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always_tagged Thursday, August 1st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
JT Maxim... better
Diablo Inferno... better
Diablo Blaze... similar
Jt Elite... worse
Marker Setup: Tippmann M98 with Lapco Bigshot, Polished Internals, ACI 6 Stage X-Chamber, Smart Parts Stickies, Psycho Ballistics Double Trigger, Lapco Double Trigger Guard
They work alright with my Bigshot... I haven't tried them with any other barrels.
Strengths: I got a good percentage of breaks. They seemed to fly well and they were very few warped or mis-shaped balls in the case that I shot. They don't cost too much, either.
Weaknesses: The fill is kind of hard to spot. It's a pinkish-red, but isn't bright enough to be seen from a distance. I guess the fill could be a little thicker, but I didn't have any issues with wipeability, breakability.
Conclusion: A good paint for the money, but definitely not a tournament level ball. I say put out the extra ten or so dollars and get the Maxims. A great rec-ball paint. If you base this review solely on a rec-ballers needs, this paint gets a 9, the one point off coming from a lack of visibility. I give it an 8 because I'm basing this off of everyone's needs.
8 out of 10

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