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aNtHrAx32 Monday, November 19th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
RPS All-Star
Marker Setup: Automag powerfeed with ReTro valve, 14" Boomstick, and 8.5" Taso Eliminator
Recommended
Barrels:
Taso Eliminator (personally own an 8.5")
Strengths: Breaks easily...
Weaknesses: ...too easily. I had to use it in a tournament yesterday, and cheesed a ball EVERY game. I could pull off bursts sometimes, but I frequently cheesed on my first shot, and even while chronographing my gun. The paint also has many, many dimples (comparable to 32 degrees Team Colors paint). I do not like this stuff.
Conclusion: It may be good paint (worked well in my teammate's Angel, and the other's Model 98), but in an Automag, it sucks. The Automag is by no means a gentle gun, and this paint cannot be used with it. Also, when it did work well, my shots were somewhat accurate, but every 3rd ball or so would be 3 feet off from about 30 feet away. RPS could do a lot to improve this stuff.
Rating:
4 out of 10
 

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