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Unregistered User Thursday, November 15th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
Rubbermaid spatula
Throwing paintballs w/ my bare hands
Marker Setup: Tippman custom 98
Phantom SC
Vertical drop into garbage can
Strengths: It got me into paintball. Even a p.o.s. like the Blade can have some positive side effects. It didn't take long to realize it was time to get a decent gun, (after missing a few targets from about 10') but w/o the $20 transition into paintball, I probably wouldn't have ever started.
Weaknesses: There are enough reviews here to cover anything I could possibly say more about this hideously ugly piece of filth. I feel a twinge of embarassment just typing the word "Blade," into the search category.
Conclusion: Give it to little brothers and hunt them in the woods. Maybe they'll save their pennies up for an old pump and give you a very slighter challenge. Don't bother buying this if you're reading info on this site... obviously you have enough curiosity in the sport to avoid this wretched, abominable excuse for a marker.
3 out of 10

Review Comments
Solex Wednesday, March 15th, 2006 | 11:09 am PST
AHAH u are a funny man

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