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    Posted: 19 February 2011 at 3:26pm
I live in an area that does not have to many woodsball fields, mainly speed ball fields.
 
Would it be a poor choice to buy a Phenom for a speedball course?
What are the pros and cons of moving forward with a Phenom on a Speedball course?
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The Phenom is a good marker (have one myself), but for speedball it would be considered to be, large, heavy, and less efficient than many 'speedball' guns.  Efficiency is usually so important for them because they often can't refill between matches and there is often *very* little time between the tournament matches.

The Phenom also wouldn't do well with the brittle paint you'll usually see in speedball.  It's just not particularly kind to brittle paint - something speedball markers have to be able to handle.
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