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Falconpro15k Saturday, March 23rd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
6 months
Products Used:
Brass eagle paint (stinks)
Vl Paint (just as bad)
Proball (good)
Proball Lite (just as good as normal)
RP super swirl (a bit brittle)
Rp marbilazer (paint of the gods, 10/10)
RP all star ( decent paint)
team colors (okay paint, kinda inconsistent)
Zap perf plus (good, inconsistent though)
Marker Setup: Spyder compact deluxe java edition
Bottomline upgrade
atomic elbow
9 oz pure energy co2 (600 shots a fill)
stock barrel is good, seems to be accurite enough for sniper use i think
Strengths: super cheap (5.99 at di ck's sporting goods for 200) i bought three 200 round tubes of it, cheaper than zap by the 400. Overall, its a very good paint, shoots fairly straight medium bore (good for just about everything) cant beat this paint. Its also made by diablo. so i know its made by a decent manufacturer.
Weaknesses: Smells bad
be careful for dimples
do not use in big bore barrels, it will break bad because its kinda small
Conclusion: Overall, a good paintball, well made, good price. worth twice the money, good sniper paint. I give it a 8 because it has a few minor quirks, but its a overall good and strong product
8 out of 10

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