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TeamExecutioner Tuesday, April 22nd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
B.E. eXact vision, PMI X-ray, JT ALPHA, and Scott Hott shot
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 custom with 14'' teardrop and 20 oz . pure energy tank
Strengths: Flexible,
small profile
thermal lens
good periferal vision
Weaknesses: Gem on the Fore head falls off easily but can be fixed
Review: This is an Excelent mask definitly buy this mask it is very uncomon which will make you look unusual and it is the most comfortable mask I have ever worn. The entire mask is so flexible one on my friends shot me for time in the mask and they all bounced because the rubber just absorbed the paintball and shot it back out. The thermal lens is nearly imposible to fog as I have tried to fog it and it just won't fog. The one problem I have encountered is that the gem on the forehead that says SKUL falls off very easily but it isn't any thing a little super glue can't fix.
Conclusion: Definitly buy this mask I have tried on almost every tourney mask out there and this one is the most comfortable and also the cheapest. Definitly buy it if you get the chance.
10 out of 10

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