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Core paint pretty good

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Posted 20 January 2005 - 10:28 AM

I recently went paintballin and i used core paint for the first time. I had no breaks what so ever and i also noticed that they flew fairly stright. Its also fairly cheep to. paintball online gives good deals on core. Just thought u should know

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Posted 26 January 2005 - 07:41 PM

I agree. I know a few people who cheap out and buy core. The only problem I can find Is that it has a super thick shell. That might have just been the batch they were using.
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Posted 27 January 2005 - 03:48 AM

This is the same stuff we use here for my friends and myself. Personally you really cant get much better for the price. I mean its only $35 for 2k rounds. Granted they could store them in a cardboard box or place a cardboard insert in the bottom of the tub to keep the bottom bag from being dimpled or flat spotted.
Also we shoot this paint from a variety of markers; Spyders, Pirahnas, Pahntoms, Tippmanns, and a couple other off names. But most of these are not stock, they shoot through J&J ceramics, DYE Boomsticks, Smart Parts Progressive, All American, 32* Terminator, Flatline, all seem to respond fairly well to the paint without any major issues with paint breaks or anything else.

the core paint has an Excellent fill that is thick and not easily wipped off if they tried. Also the shells are durable so you dont have to britle of paint that would normaly break in your barrel or a small vegitation growing in your way. This stuff is perfect for you weekend players who want to waste a ton of paint but not alot of dough.


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