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Posted 04 February 2007 - 07:31 AM

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PAINTBALLS UNDER REVIEW: _Frostbite______________________________
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Environmental Conditions

Temperature: ___15____*F Humidity: __10-15___%

Wind Speed: __high_____Mph Wind Gusts: __up to 40____Mph

Weather Conditions: __clear______________ Clear/Rain/Snow

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Paint Information

Date of Purchase: _2____/__3___/__2007___

Brand: ___Frostbite___________________________

Paintball Size: wasn't on the chart, but i'm estimating medium-large___ (Find exact Size HERE)

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Marker Setup Information

Velocity: ___275______FPS

Make: ___Diablo_________________ Model: _____Mongoose LCD________________

Air Source: ___PMI CO2____________

Regulated: __No______
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Barrel: ____Stock Diablo Barrel________________________

Modifications List: (List any and all upgrades or modifications installed at time of use below)
I got a delrin bolt upgrade. I completely took the hand grip, ASA, and drop foward. I have my remote plugged directly into the gun. I would upgrade the gun more, but I'm as acurate, up to 40 feet, at hitting a pop can, as my friend with an a5 and the Tippmann Werks barrel. I'm getting an a5 soon, so i don't really want to upgrade the Mongoose anymore.

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Please write a brief description of how the paintballs worked for you;
(Overall performance, accurately hit target, paint breaks, ECT.)
Overall preformance: They worked pretty good. They almost always broke on target. When the wind died down i could consistanly put they in a 2 inch circle at 25 feet. Really good considering the wheather conditions.

Accuracy: As I said before, when the wind went down they were consistent. When there were high winds (40 mph) the most it would get blown off target would only be a couple of feet at a 75 foot range.

Paint Breaks: They only broke twice during the day. The first one was because I outshot my hopper. The second one was i had done a dive, gotten some dirt into the barrel without noticing it, and had fired. No breaks due to the paint though.

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Posted 05 February 2007 - 03:27 PM

This is really great cold paint. The other day I played, it was like 30 degrees out. they were breaking every other shot, and i did'nt break a ball the whole day using frostbites. the fill is really really thick too, almost like paste, but still break on target and spread well.

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Posted 13 February 2007 - 03:48 PM

actually it was snowing for a while and the handful I "borrowed" from Jack went through all my barrels just like Blaze so I assume they're the same size.
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Posted 25 February 2007 - 09:47 AM

I've used the Frostbite.
Went playing on one cold chicago day. and was using some left over PMI premium paint it did nothing but chop. Every round (it was 10 degrees out)

I cleared the gun, and hopper Bought some Draxx Frost bite, loaded the ol 98 up. and had absolutely ZERO problems with it.

After a day of playing, my gun started freezing up and could barely lob a ball 20 yards..I called it a day.

All in all Im a huge Draxxus Fan. RPS makes decent warm weather paint, and the Marbs are great for Flatlines and Apex type barrels.

But when it gets cold Get Frostbite (now Artic Inferno) and you wont be sorry.
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