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iluvmyshocker Monday, December 29th, 2003
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Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
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I used PMI, GAP, RPS, and many other field paintballs but this paint is the best
Marker Setup: 2002 shocker // Upgrades(accessories): Custom green to yellow fade frame, deltron bolt, Turbo board( with cheat swich), dye stickey grips, 4500 n2 tank, max flow reg., front grip, OTP barrel, shocktech drop, RASE tank cover, quick disconnect macroline, nipple cover, and ricochet loader.
FREAK, BOOMSTICK, OTP, DYE STAINLESS, AND TEARDROP all did real nice with this paint
Strengths: Solid green. NO SPLIT ENDS. perfectly round. Thick- hard to wipe
Weaknesses: NONE
Review: Great paintballs. They went straight every shot . They are also an alsome bore size for my shocker. I am impressed with this paint. All deoblo paint is nice though. Get this if you cant get evil paint. I have also been fond of the slightly heavyness that these paintballs carry because the drop down fast enough. Sometimes my ricochet hopper cant keep up with my gun. these balls help me shoot less gaps.
Conclusion: I think this would be nice for any player. Awsome paint DEO>> DARRAXXAS
10 out of 10

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