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Impy 2k1 w/vision, 14" All American (new 2piece style), SP drop forward, Tapeworm, gadget foregrip, 88/3000 Air America Me'lee Carbon fiber wrapped air tank, clear 12v Java edition revvy
my AA never had problems, but it likes everything but worr......a freak or empire kit is good for every paint
-THICK, BRIGHT, fills
-nice shells that break on anything
-amazing accuracy and consistancy(shape too!)
Wow. This paint rolls heads. I wish people would stop complaining about the price. You can get it for like 70+shipping, thats a good price for the quality you get. You dumb@$$es who shoot it through tippman and kingman markers.......learn to read. Most places that you can buy hellfire from says not to use it in low end, high pressure markers. It even says it on the box. The kid that had a Spyder and uses a low pressure chamber, magically, had no problem. Imagine that...........
Buy this. It would get a 10, but Evil is superior. It costs less and is equal in quality. And it has the little "e".
Dispute: Yeah, don't drop the paint a whole point because it's not evil. Not everything evil is good. Take my old Omen for example... Don't drop a point just because of that. And a low pressure chamber on a spyder doesn't make it low pressure.
quote:Originally posted by calaustria Yeah, don't drop the paint a whole point because it's not evil. Not everything evil is good. Take my old Omen for example... Don't drop a point just because of that. And a low pressure chamber on a spyder doesn't make it low pressure.
Thats for dern sure. A LP gun that is also high-end probably has a LPR and/or DAS, not a LPC. LPC's are cheap knock-offs.