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#1 User is offline   cjb4u 

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Post icon  Posted 10 July 2006 - 09:34 PM

PAINTBALLS UNDER REVIEW: __Nelson Special forces_____________________________
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Environmental Conditions

Temperature: _70 - 95______*F Humidity: _2-25____%

Wind Speed: _0-15______Mph Wind Gusts: _20_____Mph

Weather Conditions: ______clear__________ Clear/Rain/Snow

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Paint Information

Date of Purchase: _06____/_29____/__2006___

Brand: ____Nelson__________________________

Paintball Size: _.682___________________

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Marker Setup Information

Velocity: __289_______FPS

Make: __Nelson__________________ Model: _Special Forces____________________

Air Source: __co2_____________

Regulated: __yes______
(If yes please specify manufacturer: __Palmer ___Stabilizer__________________)

Barrel: __J&J Edge Elite Kit____/ flatline______________________

Modifications List: look at sig all exept flatline were use will update when I use the flatline

these paint balls are great they fly straight the fill is the thickest I have ever used and bright. the seems are almost flawless you can barly feel them with your finger they have a hard shell so they can go thru some minor under growth but there is a down side to that at 75 + feet they dont break all the time if you hit baggie areas of clothing but I would say 1 out of 5 would not bread at 75+ feet unless you gog sombody then they will break all the way up to 150ft w/ out a prob (I nevver hit any body farther than that) but these thangs are way accurate I can get a 8 to 10 in. grouping at 90 feet. and at .682 you can fit 155 ball in a 140 pod that adds up over the day if you are a heavy gunner carrying 10 pods thats 155 balls more.
I will rate them a 9 out of 10
Edit I have now tested them w/ the flatline and they work great I feel they work better than marbs. I have never been so accurate w/ my flat line I can get a 12 to 14 in grouping at 90 ft with my fps set at 268 to 275 and the balls stay very flat out to 50 yards. they are my paint of choice and most of my teams.

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Posted 05 August 2006 - 06:27 PM

These paintballs ARE good, but they arent for sale everywhere. Which sucks indeed. They are almost rare...

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Posted 07 August 2006 - 12:23 PM

Hmm.. are these the paintballs that say like, army rangers, or navy seals on the box? im thinkin no...
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Posted 07 August 2006 - 07:05 PM

View PostA5117, on Aug 7 2006, 02:23 PM, said:

Hmm.. are these the paintballs that say like, army rangers, or navy seals on the box? im thinkin no...

they dont say army or navy they just say seal and ranger :(
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Posted 07 August 2006 - 07:25 PM

View Postcjb4u, on Aug 7 2006, 10:05 PM, said:

View PostA5117, on Aug 7 2006, 02:23 PM, said:

Hmm.. are these the paintballs that say like, army rangers, or navy seals on the box? im thinkin no...

they dont say army or navy they just say seal and ranger B)



Nelson Special Forces are excellent paintballs... On par with marbs and is easily a tournament grade paintball.

They are sometimes hard to find and not super known yet. We found them becasue one of our guys is active AR and informed us that when they train urban tactics using paintballs.. this is what brand of paint they are given...

They do shoot great, are super thick fill, and are excellent...
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Posted 07 August 2006 - 07:44 PM

Lol hard to find? They've got plenty in stock at my local sportsmans warehouse
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