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Zephilon Monday, November 25th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
ALOT everything ive tried is better even BE.
Marker Setup: 2002 Autococker tricked out with KAPP F.A.T ram, bomb 3 way, palmer rock reg, 20 oz c02 and 47 3000 psi. DYE Boomstick and a supafly which i got just for this paint!!! my friends setup is same but his is blue and looks worse and has a Smart Parts All American 2002.
i used ultralite boomy didnt work to well. my friend shoots the 02 AA and it was worse.
Strengths: hmmmmmmmm good to through at people and screw ur friends guns up. If you shoot at someone really close you can get their mask covered with paint. but you must be around 2 in from them. You cant find them at alot of places so your pretty safe. It made me buy a Shocktech Supa fly cause i thought my bolt was sucking.
Weaknesses: everything they suck alot alot alot alot alot i need 100 words so dont buy them youll thank me.
Conclusion: dont get these they blow if an AA and boomy cant shoot it dont get it. They brake and the coating is soo crappy i threw one on my carpet and it blew up then i took some Marbs and threw them and my carpet didnt have a stain.
1 out of 10

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