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Posted 28 March 2006 - 05:37 PM

This was some seriously good paint. Although on the first day of use I had some serious problems with breakage with my flatline, most likely caused by the temperature which was under 50 degrees. I switched to my other 98C and the only reason I broke paint was because the barrel kept coming unscrewed (missing O-ring on the barrel I discovered later). The fill is an extremely bright blue and is extremely thick (you aren't wiping this stuff any time soon). After test firing at a tree, the paint DID NOT run what so ever. The shell is also think. The paint was extremely consistant. There was very little curvature. The only thing that I found strange was the fact that the case came with 1800 usually but you got 200 free. This stuff is definitely worth getting. It isn't cheap, I paid about $60 per case. Also the size of the balls were.691.

This post has been edited by Knightwolf16: 08 May 2006 - 12:25 PM

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