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DalekDYE Monday, August 15th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: 68Automag Power Feed Right
16 inch Custom Products Classic barrel
Co2/HPA depending
Clear Extreme Rage bent elbow
Stock condition otherwise
Proto Primo
Sight rail
Red dot scope
Adjustable custom stock

Spyder Electra 09 stock
Proto Primo
Co2/HPA depending
Generally a higher bore. I used a .693.
Strengths: Bright paint.
Weaknesses: Leaky, bad smell, moderately expensive, fragile, low quantities hard to clean.
Review: I bought these at Walmart to test fire my Automag for like $25. For the same price I could get a full case of GI Milsim 4 star paint at the CX4 tryouts. I left them at room temperature for three days and they started to leak oil that smells like fermenting lavender. When I first bought them I thought they smelled nice and were super high quality. Once I played with good paint, I realized that they ripped me off. They are thicker than the oil paint you put on your walls. Another note: all paintball equipment except markers is over-priced at Walmart. The only thing I found them useful for is making cheap grenades.
Conclusion: Just don't buy them if you have other options, that's all I can say.
1 out of 10

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