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BigRock Friday, May 9th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Marballizers, Evils, El Tigra, Mercurys, PMI Premiums....all done much better than Flash. Guns used were JT Excellerator 6.0, Spyder Flash, and two A-5's with both flatline barrels and 14 inch Dye boomstick
Marker Setup: A-5, Dye 14 inch boomstick, E- trigger, Hyper star bolt, Expansion chamber from Tippmann, Sniper stock,
None that I know of. All barrels we tried, the flash balls did terrible
Strengths: none
Weaknesses: NOT perfectly round, what a joke to say they are. Dimples, don't shoot straight.
Review: After my son and I, and a couple of friends of ours tried these balls in various guns, we have all came to the conclusion that if they shoot well in some guns, the guys better keep the guns they are using. Because these were the worst shooting balls any of us have ever tried. I wouldn't use them if they were free.
Conclusion: Do not buy this ball unless you don't care to win, or are only going to shoot the barn. Of all the balls we tried in our 5 guns, the Marballizers came out the best shooting and most accurate, then the Evils, then the El Tigra. Give the flash to your opponents.
1 out of 10

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