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spyderbc Monday, August 19th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months3 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Big Ball, Zap, RP, PMI, Diablo, Brass Eagle, Viewloader, and assorted others
This paint (I'm using the field paint version - premium I believe, not premium +) rates very well against the other field paints - up there with the best
Marker Setup: Minimag
Lapco 12" Bigshot SS (.689)
Smart Parts 12" AA barrel (.689)
Stock Minimag Barrel 8" (.691)
Pure Energy 68ci 3000 psi preset
Medium bore to large bore dependent on weather conditions
Strengths: -Lower price for a above average paint

-Above average consistency

-Breaks on your opponents, not in your gun -- This weekend our team went through 5 1/2 cases of Kick'n in a tournament - I don't believe any one of us had any breaks in our guns. I did have several bounces on me in one game, but they were shot from so far away that they would have bounced on just about anything. I was playing back and all of my shots that hit my opponents broke (loaders, arms legs, and side of body) from medium range.

-Works exceptionally well as a field paint -- The field I play at (Operation Paintball in PA) primarily uses Kick'n paint and rents Pro Lites. I play there every weekend just about. In the past 6 months of playing and all of the players I've played against I have seen very few breaks in the rental guns for the volume of paint they push through them - and the accuracy of the guns seemed to get better as well!
Weaknesses: -Size fluxes a bit dependent on the weather, but what paint doesn't???

- Field paint isn't quite "top shelf" consistency, but I guess that's why they call it field paint, huh. They make higher grades of paint though, which I want to try.
Conclusion: Good multi-role paint to buy, especially when you take the price into consideration! I'm rating it as a field paint and giving it a 9. If I was rating it as tournament or high end paint I would probably give it a 7 or 8 for not being as consistent as possible (but take into consideration I am yet to shoot the high end version of this paint - I've only shot the field paint end)
9 out of 10

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