RPS All Star - The quality is about on par, just the caliber is slightly smaller than this
Diablo Hellfire - EXACT SAME STUFF (figures....someone owns someone)
RPS Marballizers - Well you compare high end with high end and high price with high price........
Just do a little barrel to bore size match and you'll figure it out.
These paintballs are Flatline friendly btw.
High quality paintballs
Nice thick fill
Hard to clean if breaks in bag
Doesn't taste good
Normally I wouldn't EVER spend $70 on a case of paint, but hey it's Draxxus, i'll give it a shot. When I received the paintballs, there were a few breaks, but after a bit of cleaning up in one bag I was ready to go (Note: cleaning the paint is a bizzznatch!)
The paintballs shot nice and consistent and not one paintball broke in my A-5. Theres nothing really special about these paintballs just personally preference. I personally would rather save about $7 and spend it on All Stars instead. But if Draxxus floats your boat then well, I guess there you go. Quality made sense since it's price is around the high priced paintballs. The expensive price made me ration my paintballs =|
If you crave really really good paint and have a really really stuffed wallet then sure go ahead.
My two cents.....over and out
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, June 29th, 2004 at 11:03 pm PST
Are paintballs supposed to taste good? And secondly you should no tournament paint is only ment for tournament quality guns. And where ever you buy your paintballs is obviously a bad shop because real professional shops check the paint in the bags to insure to you there are no breaks. And if your local pro shop did do that and u still found breaks they didnt do a good job or ur just clumsy with ur paint
Last edited on Monday, July 24th, 2006 at 8:40 pm PST