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NorthSidePK Monday, September 8th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Draxxus-Dusk,Midnight, and Blaze.
Allstars, marbs, big ball,
Marker Setup: 2k2 Shocker w/max-flo and 91 c.i. 4500p.s.i pmi "pure energy" tank
Its got da freak along with a 2-pc all american
viewloader evo II feeds the monster
oh yeah, i got the evil part for it too (pain to time)
Any variable bore diameter barrel system. My freak works good with them, just match it up with the correct insert.
Strengths: Not to expensive
Good quality
Medium bore diameter
Weaknesses: Thin fill
Review: I use this paint the most for practicing or recball, in my opinion it is the best paint unless your at a tourney where you need a thin-shelled, heavy fill paint for your high-end paintgun

This paint is well manufactered, seems are tight and dimples are few.

This paint is always fresh because it stays good longer than most

Has a medium shell so it wont break in ur marker but you may get a few bounces

Thin fill - kids love to wipe this paint

Decent price- 45$ a case online or 65$ at the field

Conclusion: If ur marker is running low pressure go with a thin shelled heavier fill paint like an all-star, el tigro', marbs or evil. They cost more but ar top-notch paint

But, if you dont want to spend 80-100$ a case. And have a regular paintball gun and hate paint busting in your marker then this is the paint for you.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, September 8th, 2003 at 2:54 pm PST

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