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Unregistered User Thursday, March 28th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
4 years
Products Used:
Rps-when they were not making the brittle shell kind.
BrassEagle-They suck
Big Ball-decent
Marker Setup: Spyder Shutter with upgraded regulater
Dye and Spyder stock barrels work great with blaze, thats the only reason why I havent upgraded yet.
Strengths: They are a nice paintball for the rec player and novice tournemant player.
They have a nice bright fill and if you get a fairly new box the the balls are in perfect condition.
They work great with small bore barrels and work work with almost every gun.
This is my preference but me and my team have noticed that the red and orange shelled ones work the best and the others colors are crap I recomend you get the red and orange.
Weaknesses: Have not had any big problems with them.
They have worked in every gun I have used.
No breaks yet and still counting
Conclusion: This is a good paintball for any player looking to upgrade to a much better paintball that is durable enough to sit in your paintball harness all day and be ready to shoot whenever you need it to.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 5:16 am PST

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