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chris in va Sunday, February 1st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
Polar Ice
Marker Setup: CCM Series 5 cocker
CP 12" .689
HP, etc etc
Anything mid-bore
Strengths: Very accurate, didn't chop in my marker, nice thick fill, broke nicely
Weaknesses: More $$$ than Polar Ice if bought at a store
Review: Tried out my new cocker today. Started out with the Polar Ice, but they just hooked like a drunk golfer. I think 2 out of 10 hit the 12" tree at 60 feet. At home they seemed to fit my barrel, getting slightly stuck...easy to blow out, but on the field no-go.

These Arctic Inferno's on the other hand were pure gold. I was extremely sad when my 500ct bag ran out. I did the chrono and testing with 'lesser' paint, then saved these for the real action. I used exclusively winter paint today (32f) and neither brand chopped. Very nice. I was the only one not having problems. Come to think of it, last weekend I got hit several times in 25f temps by the Arctic.

Fantastic stuff.
Conclusion: Great paint for cold. Not sure how they do in warmer temps though. I'm extremely happy with the consistent accuracy.
9 out of 10

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