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Jojo420 Tuesday, September 16th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Marker Setup: Spyder Classic w/ ESP Grip frame w/ SweetSpot ,Thunder Pig Regex,Custom product Flamed Drop Forward and 14' Thunder Pig Barrel, followed by a PMI remote, PMI 4 in 1 harness, 16 oz. tank with smart part valve and 4 100rd tubes silenced by pod shocks.
Strengths: Reusable, Perimeter warning device, High sensitive Trip wire
Weaknesses: Kinda Big, mixing sucks.
Review: Cool setup, really fast to get up and running, just make sure you take both of the safety's off, nothing worse than the enemy getting your mine and using it against you. Its kinda bulky i haven't figured out anything to carry it in if you guys found something pm cuz i really need something.
Conclusion: This mine is awesome, you can do so much with it, it can be just something to startle you enemy before you start shooting them from the other side (which work like a charm), Or you can totally secure more area with it b/c you know no one is over there until you here that noise then its time to go see if you caught anyone, if you didn't get them it is usually easy to pick them off, they are the ones looking down for whatever made that noise, bang bang easy kill/
10 out of 10

Review Comments
kwcbomb Wednesday, February 9th, 2005 | 5:04 pm PST
wow you cant exacly help it if you get your mine stolen but that is just life and as they say lifs abich thats why im giving thin a 10 out of 10

brad_533333 Sunday, February 13th, 2005 | 1:31 pm PST
I got 4 of myn stolen :(

TheMedievalMan Sunday, August 7th, 2005 | 11:18 pm PST
I would suggest using tie wraps and set up the mine up against a strong thin tree. Then tie up the tie wraps against the base of its bark. Almost all players do not carry a tool to cut the tie wraps around with them while they are playing paintball. So they will be unprepared to steal them without difficulty.

jallan5074 Saturday, June 24th, 2006 | 9:52 pm PST
Just Velcro it to your vest strap if you have one, it works great... I carry pre-mixed paint in small water bottles that we mix before the game, sit bottle in empty pod with some foam to keep quite to protect... Great product with tons of uses if you know the enemy path... I like to pull activate rather than trip as newbie's have tripped off and got caught a couple of times... Still great for ambush on key path ways... Wanes World Veteran...

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