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EyelessSpyder Saturday, February 23rd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
32* Competition - Great paint if you have a small bore barrel .687
Zap Performance Series - Junk if your used to paint like Team Colors
Marker Setup: 32* 01 Rebel LE with a Freak Junior Barrel. (I test my paint with the Freak and stock barrel.)
Any barrel with a .689-.691 bore size.
Strengths: Thick, soft shell that breaks on anyhting but those big, fluffy winter coats that sissies wear.
Thick fill that has a bright color, get Green, Gold, or Blue fill because it is the easiest to see.
Heavy weight makes them fly strait in the winter wind, I know that because I live in Pennsylvania.
They taste good for some reason?????
Weaknesses: If you chop a ball the thick shell can get stuck between the o-rings on the bolt and the chamber and jamm up your bolt. Carry a few tooth picks and Q-tips to get it out.
Close your bolt befor you squeegee so the paint doesnt get into the elbow because its hard to wipe out an elbow with winter gloves and frozen hands.
They taste good so your enemy won't need a drink.
Conclusion: Theese are great paint balls that I recomend that every one who can get them try them once.
10 out of 10

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