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abracadabra1 Tuesday, March 19th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
2 years
Products Used:
Marbalizers, RP Premiums, Diablo Blaze
Marker Setup: PI Black Dragun E-2: Red CheckItProducts Adjustable Aluminum Trigger, Red CP Flame DF, Black CP On/Off ASA, Black Macdev Gladiator Regulator, Bob Long Vertical Adapter and Volumizer, TASO Turbo Valve and Spring, Madmann Spring Kit, Swancreek Nbolt w/ KAPP Twisted Cocking Rod, Black and Red EquationUSA MS Pro 14" Barrel, 12V Revolution w/ X-board, 51ci/3000psi Crossfire Stub tank w/ RASE cover
medium-size barrel (paint is generally .688-.689)
Strengths: Excellent paint with not so brittle a shell (good for HP guns) and a very gooey fill. Current batches don't have the problems that originally plagued TC balls. Great as rec balls, and pretty good as tournament balls (although I hear the new Maxims are awesome)
Weaknesses: Gooey fill is tough to get off (if you happen to be shot with this paint).
Past reliability of TC (though the future seems much brighter for them)
Conclusion: Great paint at a great price. As long as TC keeps the yields as consistent as they've been for the past several months, these balls will definately get better feedback.
9 out of 10

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