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DOOM Sunday, January 20th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
marbs, pmi, everything rps
Marker Setup: 2002 vert feed green cocker
shocktech bomb 3 way
nickel hinge trigger
68/4500 pmi tank
Green Lok Sock
12 volt rev with xboard
14 inch carbon fiber
Recommended
Barrels:
at the time i was using my tippmann boomstick which didnt work with rps but sure did well with these
Strengths: wow. im hanging with my friend and we wanna paintball in his backyard, so he gets out his paint. Lo and Behold, there are some visible impacts. There were like 10 out of a bag of 200 broken inside so everything was sticky. Hell, i say give it a try. While i never shot a bag of marbs without breaking 30, i didnt break one out of the 200 balls i used, and they all went perfectly straight. I shot the s*it out of my friends new freak barrel cap.
Weaknesses: walmart, that just about sums it up
Conclusion: Very cheap and Well worth it! im thinking that they work better wet and sticky so dont hesitate to smash a couple and mix em in properly great balls may not beat pmi preems in my new CF barrel but still worth it
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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