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athomas Friday, September 13th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Most paintball brands.
Marker Setup: (1) Level 10 Emag with Equation multiple switch barrel system, drop zone II with on/off, PMI 88ci 3000psi preset tank, X-board revy.

(2) Level 10 retro mag with equation multiple switch barrel system, fixed 3" drop with angled ASA on bottom, forgrip, stainless air lines, PMI 48ci 3000psi fixed tank, 9v revy.
We use .687 - .688 id barrels for this paint.
Strengths: Fairly inexpensive, which is great for rec ball.
Easy clean-up after a game.
Balls never break in the gun.
Good consistency.
Weaknesses: As with other Draxxus painballs, they don't store well for long periods of time. The oily film becomes a white powder and the paintball looses some of its consistency and accuracy..
Conclusion: Overall I like this paintball. I think it is has great low price ball for recball and people just fooling around in their back fields. I have used it quite successfully in games against people using higher quality paint and did not feel that I had an inferior product.

I liked it but I prefer something with a thicker fill and more brittle shell for tournaments. But its not meant for tournaments anyway.
8 out of 10

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