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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
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When it comes to premium paintballs, theres none like this one. Our mid grade has a seam like no other and is as round as a sphere. You cant beat this ball.
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BrutishOpus Sunday, January 1st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
GAP
Marbs
Evil
LOTS OF PAINT, to many to list (I like to test)
Marker Setup: E-99 Avant with a 16 inch Nightstick barrel, Shocktech Superfly bolt, Dye Sticky Grip

Ion Pro with rail and On/Off ASA, Freak Barrel, CP Blade Trigger, CP Reg, Halo B hopper and a 3000 PSI HPA Tank from Pure Energy
Recommended
Barrels:
Small to medium bore
Strengths: Good rec ball paint
not to pricey
Weaknesses: Read my main body
Review: I made a big error, I bought the Rec Ball brand, so this isn't the premium brand, Sorry

Pro-

I bought these balls from anythingxtreme.com and I got them for a good price, a case for around $30, I heard about the paintballs from my paintball magazine, and I was excited because the box looked like a very good paintball brand like GAP or somthing, but when I recevied them it looked like rec ball paint, you know theres a big diffrence between rec and premium, like take a hand full of PMI Rampage and compare them to a hand full or Marbs, theres a diffrence, so I was a little bummed out because it looked like rec ball brand, so I got my trusty Freak kit out and the inserts I used were .67 and .68, .67 was a tight fit and .68 was kind of loose but still kind of tight, I went to my back yard and shoot some and I could see the paintballs very clearly, it was pretty accurate to, I did some close range shooting about 10 ft away and kept going back to about 50 ft away, and it was still shooting great with about 3-5 inch spread, so I then did the Long Ball test, and stood very very far away to see if the balls would curve, and they did at very very long distances, but again it was a very long way and the curve wasn't that bad

I then purposly broke paint in my barrel to see if it would shoot clean or what, after about 8-19 shots the balls stopped curving, I tested this on a couple of barrels and they all shot clean after about 8-12 rounds

Cons-

The only con is the only place I've found them is on the net, I've never seen them in stores or anything
Conclusion: Its a great paint, dont let looks fool you, it may look cheap but it shoots really well, and off the net its pretty cheap
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, January 1st, 2006 at 1:11 pm PST
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