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raton Tuesday, May 21st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
4 years6 of 7 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Brass eagle (if you can even call them paintballs), Marbilizer, El tigre, 32* Team colors, and a few others.
Marker Setup: Spyder shutter, Boo-Yaah elcd, 16" boomstick, 12v revy, 20 oz. tank w/ smart parts valve.
Large bore, they fit a boomstick prefectly (but then again, what doesn't?)
Strengths: +WOW
+Really bright paint
+Doesn't stain
+Badass platinum colored shell
+HARD AS HELL (absolutely will not, can not break in the barrel)
+Nice and thick paint, so it doesn't get everywhere and it cant be whiped off too easily
Weaknesses: -HARD AS HELL (sometimes it wont break on the target)
-HARD AS HELL (friends get really angry at you because these things hurt)
-Doesn't resopnd well to moisture so if oyu open a bag, use it all
-A little pricy
Conclusion: There's a reason Probal set an industry standard when they released this stuff. It just works, and is the best for a trigger monger like myself who can fire off a lot of shots, so i never worry about paint breaking, because if 1/5 breaks, you're hit. PLEASE DONT USE THIS STUFF IF YOUR A "SNIPER" (a.k.a. wussie) because you are going to make this stuff sting like hell.
9 out of 10

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