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Slovakish Wednesday, September 17th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
zap of any type but tomahawks are much better
Marker Setup: spyder classic, red dot, smart parts progressive 14", Stock pgp
spyder stock baerls, smart parts
Strengths: cheap, good weld
Weaknesses: sometimes inconstant bore size
Review: very good paintballs, i use them with smart parts barell and I never break any ball.
that is because their bore size match perfectly with smart parts barell bore size.
In my country they import these paintballs under diffrent name 'Howgh paintballs".
also they have 4 diffrent types. I use "Ink" they have glossy skin and are mainly for recreation paintball. "copmpetition" is their best model with extremly good breakage on target because they have matt skin and are mainly for low presure gun.

Conclusion: always measure paintball size if it match with barell bore size that's the way how to shoot acurattely and without ball breakage. so I recomend this paintballas for players with spyders or smart parts stuff...
9 out of 10

Review Comments
supergolfer257 Wednesday, April 14th, 2004 | 6:12 pm PST
i was wondering where you purchased the pharmagel paintballs, i can't find them anywhere


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