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Unregistered User Monday, December 10th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Diablo Blaze, Anarchy, RPS marballizers
Marker Setup: Gen3 Bushmaster 2000- vigilante reg, wetworx bolt, hi-rise, Chaos chip 12" J&J ceramic
'97 Autococker-Palmer Reg, Venturi bolt, 12" Taso barrel, polisher trigger and sear
'94 Vector- stock
J&J, Taso, AA
Strengths: WOW!! I picked up a case of these expecting a mediocre paintball for the price I paid ($55) and man am I impressed! this was very consistent, good shooting paint, with a dark shell and an amazingly thick bright white fill! Very easy to tell when you hit someone!
Weaknesses: I never thought I would say this in a review here.... nothing. The paint was amazingly consistent. I liked it much better than some paints I have used that cost 10-20 dollars more. hecy, even my bad section is good!!
Conclusion: try it out! This is a great paintball that is well worth the upper end pricetag it carries. You can get paint cheaper, but there is no doubt in my mind that the few dollars extra you spend on a case of this paint will be money well spent! Way to go Taso on a great product!
10 out of 10

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