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pbmarine2397 Friday, September 16th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyder black labels
JT tacticals
Marker Setup: Marker: Tippmann Manufactured U.S. Army Project Salvo
Barrel: Apex 2
Loader: Tippmann Cyclone Feed System
Sights: NcStar Red Dot Sight
Other Accessories: Fore grip, collapsable stock, remote coil
Apex 2, flatline, pretty much anything similar
Strengths: Accurate
Bright fill
Great trajectory
No breaks in barrel
Weaknesses: Don't often break on impact
Lots of bounces
Not the cheapest $27 for 1000
Review: I had bought these paintballs before and had always wondered why i never seemed to get anyone out even though I knew I lit them up. The past game I played with them I asked some other players whom I had shot and sure enough they said I had hit them several times in the chest and mask but none of the shots broke. True enough I went home and shot these rounds against vests and other clothing found on other players and virtually no shots broke.
Conclusion: In paintball, the shot doesn't count if it doesn't break. And this paint does not effectively break on impact. Booooooooooooo, waste of money unless everyone is running around with plastic body armor.
6 out of 10

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