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Unregistered User Saturday, February 23rd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
-32 Degrees Paintballs: These had a hard, sharp shell and bounced almost as much as they broke. Also, they had almost no fill inside.
-Marballizers: These balls behaved very similar (a little more accurate), and costed almost twice as much.
Marker Setup: -Tipmann Pro Carbine
-Stock Barrel
-The barrel isn't as important as having a good agitator or using low pressure; the balls are very soft.
-They work fine on my stock barrel; they should work well on pretty much anything nicer.
Strengths: -Balls nearly always break on contact. Good for playing in winter when they get harder, because they'll more frequently break on impact. Living in Vermont, this is a big plus.
-Balls are rarely greasy or broken in package.
-I haven't had any dimples or deformities yet, after going through 4 cases of 2000.
Weaknesses: -The shells are very soft. If you're trying to pump out 5 a second on your semiauto and they keep breaking, you now have an excuse.
-These aren't balls for hour-long games; if you carry them with you and they get dropped or something, you'll end up with a huge mess.
Conclusion: -These balls are great for a certain marker setup, weather condition, or wussy newbs not wanting to get stung. However, I wouldn't recommend them to someone using a fast gun; make sure you've got the squeegee on hand if you try.
-The price is decent for what you're getting, for the most part.
7 out of 10

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