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Unregistered User Saturday, September 8th, 2001
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: Well, they make it out of the gun, haven't had too many break in the gun. they aren't expensive.
Weaknesses: Have you ever been point blanked before, or bunkered by Nelson paintballs. Well, I have seen someone get shot from less than 5 feet away, he was shot 3 times, and none of them broke, leaving some bad blood bloches all over the arms and chest of the player. He could have kept playing, but the pain talked him into giving up, he didn't want the onslot of more paint hitting him.

These things are like triple hard shelled, they don't break.

My team used some in a speed ball tourny, we were hitting the opponents, but they weren't breaking leaving the team in there, bruised, but still able to take us out. Let me tell you, we will not buy these balls again, I would never want to hurt people with these things.
Conclusion: Don't get me wrong they work, but only for rec play, or cronning in your gun. they fly for the most part straight, but they just don't want to break. All i am hoping for is that we got a bad batch, because these were not paintballs, these were like little Marbals.
3 out of 10

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