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toeknee Thursday, July 18th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
32 degrees, point blank
Strengths: cheap,cheap,cheap if you dont have alot of money then this is the paint for you. but i would suggest that you spend 10 more and buy somebroken marbs from your shop (if they sell it) and clean it off, it would still be better then these.
Weaknesses: you should call these paint eggs not paintbals. and they dont break for nothin. and moer often then not they are broken in your barrel not on the person. but you get what you pay for.
Conclusion: if you want cheap paint this is for you,but if you want reliable paint spend 20 moer and buy pmi premiums. and to everyone who reads the one below me 400 psi is NOT low pressure if that were the case all stock spyders would be low pressure. low is more like 130-90
4 out of 10

Review Comments
DeAd SoUlJa Tuesday, April 22nd, 2003 | 6:19 am PST
spyders shoot at about 800-850 psi. 400 psi is low pressure.

NC demolition Friday, January 16th, 2004 | 5:14 pm PST
400 psi is low pressure, just not like an intimidators low pressure of 90 psi, but it's very low compared to a stock spyder/tippman/fish on "low end" markers like a spyder, say your using compressed air, when the gauge gets near 1000 psi, your gun starts to flux and not work well and stops recocking by 850 psi, it's normal operating pressure. my dragun, with a few simple home mods gets down to 600 psi before fluxing, and runs out of air at 550 psi :)

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