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R-mag Monday, June 2nd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Midnight, hellfire, inferno
Marker Setup: E-mag// warp-feed/ level 10/ revvy// cross-fire 68-4500/ Phsyco drop, All american, blah blah blah

68 classic mag// lvl X // 14" AA // drop forward // 68/4500 cross-fire // front grip // ANS phase II // empire reloader //
Recommended
Barrels:
Well, seeing as how every answer is "Whatever fits your barrel" I'll have to agree.
however it is a little small for my AA but it still shoots great.
Strengths: Reliable batches, perfectly round, breaks easy on people, and a fairly bright fill.
Weaknesses: It's a little small bore, but hey, what isn't these days?
Review: I think Draxxus Made a quality paint for a fair price. It differs only slightly from midnight but is still better. It's ability to shoot straight out of any barrel is awsome. It breaks good and the fill is fairly bright. I shoot about a case of this stuff every weekend and havent had a bad batch yet.
Conclusion: If you don't want junky paintballs and don't want to buy like hellfire, marbs or EVIL than deffienitely go with blaze.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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