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savage<pb Tuesday, April 29th, 2003
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Product Use:
Only tested2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
No other mines
The Tippmann Squadbuster is effective at ambushes like the master mine except you have to be there to throw it.
Marker Setup: Spyder Flash with 16 inch barrel, gas-thru adjustable stock, coiled remote line, and Ricochet AK loader
Strengths: Pivoting heads allow more range of fire. Compact. Large spray area.
Weaknesses: Trip wire is a bit odd.
Review: The remote detonator isperfect for ambushing paths and other areas. It also allows you to be out of the way. The best situation is to make sure no one except your team knows you have it so you will have the element of surprise.
The best way to use the mine is to detonate it and then open fire on the stunned enemy. It is perfect for recreational and scenario games.
It runs on 12 gram co2's and the powder mix makes a lot of pain. IT is also perfect for intimidating the other team and they will be looking for trip wires everywhere they go.
Conclusion: This project is perfec tfor the paintballer who likes scenario combat games. The price is $40 to $50, but you can get 8 to 10 squad busters for that price.
It is reusable unlike most paint grenades though.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
sonnemann Tuesday, September 2nd, 2003 | 3:00 pm PST
...also, squadbusters suck...

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