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goodlookin001 Friday, January 16th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
PMI Premiums, Torq's
Marker Setup: Spyder e99 avant, empire reloader hopper, java feedneck, empire twisted barrel....nothin too special, lol.
Strengths: Hard Shell, Thick fill, good color paint, Durable, hurts like hell
Weaknesses: Maybe a bit TOO thick of a shell?, a few balls out of round...
Review: I was a little aprehensive to buy this paint as it was pretty inexpensive....and i have noticed that you often get what you pay for. However, i took the gamble knowing that the reviews on their other balls were fairly decent and was pleasantly surprised. They do not chop easily, for the most part, they break on impact (surprised me for how thick they are), and they fly straight....even with my stock barrel! There's somethin to be said for that.....
Conclusion: All in all, i would recommend this paint to someone who is looking for something fairly inexpensive, good quality, and durable. It is a very good practice ball. Im giving it a nine for value and performance, but its not deserving of a 10 because i dont think it is tournament grade.
9 out of 10

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