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HampsterFist Friday, March 29th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 5 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Most RPS paints
Marker Setup: E-1 Dragun, 14inch Tru-Flight, Evolution Hopper, Turbo Valve, Benchmark 4stg X-chamber, Gas-Thru T-Stock, steel braided remote line off of a pure energy 20oz
Fired them out of my Xcel & Tru-Flight barrels, performed well with both
Strengths: These things got a funky ass design. HAHAHA. "Bring out the tiger in you," growl growl purr purr. Naw but for real, these are your usual RPS paint, good quality paint, just with a funkier design which I kind of dig. Anyhow, good paint is good paint, and this is good paint that looks just as good. Meow meow meow.
Weaknesses: If you shot someone who was insane and vengeful, he would know it was you cause of the El Tigre's in you're hopper / pod, or simply he would remember the face of the "fairy" who shot him with a tiger stripped ball. Then... you would be on the news for better or worse.
Conclusion: Simple conclusion... I like the tigres, they seem to be my team mate Kelv's paint of choice for our walk on days atleast, as for me, our walk on days or small private games... I'll stick it with I&I House paint.
9 out of 10

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