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Unregistered User Monday, April 22nd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
2 years
Products Used:
I've used many different paintballs ranging from Brass Eagle (only joking) to PMI Team Colors to Diablo Hellfires to Marbilizers. The closest these paintballs rate to is Brass Eagle for many reasons.
Marker Setup: I use a USA Performance Products Viper M1 Military Rifle. ( It has a 14' Teflon coated ceramic backspin barrel w/ foregrip, 3 1/2 inch raised sight rail with Daisy Scope, PMI Hopper (I'm a sniper, no need for 100 balls per second), Telescoping Stock, m16 grip and the "Mag Chamber" (which is really a huge expansion chamber built into the body that holds 6 shots of co2.) It's been a straight shooting gun since the date of purchace (oh, did I mention it has a lifetime warranty?) and it's NEVER broken a ball, not even this piece of crap Diablo RecSport (excluding the crap Justin, the dude who posted before me, gave me that was like 10 months old) It never goes outside +/- 3fps of its velo setting and etc. etc. Best gun ever.

Oh, I also had a Spyder Compact 2000 before that and used my friends Tippmann 98 before that (both with ugly stock barrels)
Barrels? How about mine? Oh, it only fits on my gun! SO BUY IT! Viper rocks!!!
Strengths: Good? When it hits someone theres no need for paint checking. The color is pretty distinct and brilliant on the field, although, it might be a pain in the ass hitting the foe.
Weaknesses: The bad? Well for starters Diablo is selling us out by buying a bunch of Brass Eagle paintballs, resealing them and strapping a diablo label on the plain white boxes that they ship them in (Or so I think... theres got to be a conspiracy going on here)

They are mostly dented and shaped oddly in the unopened bag if looked at closely, and this is a subtle fault although it can cause severe trajectory problems on most any gun.

The cost is not that great for the quality (50 bucks for 2000)... me and Justin split a case and used em in Leesburg VA (AG Paintball Games... great place). No breaks, but not that accurate even with my sniper rifle which hardly ever misses.
Conclusion: My suggestion, go buy some big balls. Then, after your a man and you realize that its better to spend a few extra bucks for better paint go for Big Ball brand paint, Its good, and accurate. Never breaks or misses (well mabye thats just my doing). Alright, enough of my pompus talk. Good luck men, and dont by rec sport unless you wanna be eliminated in the first minute in speedball.
6 out of 10

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