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Unregistered User Saturday, April 6th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
I have been using Marbalizers religiously for two years now. I decided to try Diablo Infernos and let me tell ya they are just as good if not a bit better!
Marker Setup: Spyder TL Plus, c02, ya know all stock. Maybe I will get a new barrel someday.
I have only used my stock Spyder TL Plus barrel and they work great! Recommended for small to medium bore barrels.
Strengths: Cheaper than Marbalizers, thicker fill, and very accurate. I have shot over two cases of Infernos and not one barrel break! The white fill is very easy to see unlike Marbalizers green fill, but then again we all wear green camo when we play so obviosly white is easier to see.
Weaknesses: Nothing they are great!
Conclusion: If you want a great paintball to replace the more expensive and thinner fill Marbalizers buy Infernos. The white fill is hard to wipe off so little punks can't cheat. Cool new suitcase packaging. You can get some off the net for about $50. bucks. I usually pick some up at my local shop for about $55. bucks. Anyway buy these balls you wont be sorry.
10 out of 10

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