fired this through my a5 with rt and a dye boomstick, and through my spyder with a dye stainless and a reloader hopper
dye barrels sure didnt like the case i got
They shoot fine when not breaking.
Lots of dented balls, constant barrel breaks.
in a case of 2000 I must of had over 30 barrel breaks, tried them in my a5 and my spyder with a reloader. they werent chomping, my guns are cronoed at 320 and i had constant beaks. no aint in my action just in the barrels. I then ran 500 marbs through and did not have a single break. if you had a larger bore barrel mabey they would be ok?
Between barrel cleaning they shot fine, to bad i spent the whole day cleaning my barrel. If u use a dye barrel stay away , or mabey i got a bad case?
Quote: my guns are cronoed at 320 and i had constant beaks
Try bringing your markers below 300fps first. If you get used to playing from 270 to 300 like the rest of us ... then you might enjoy a few less breaks. The rest of us do manage to have a good time and be fairly accurate with velocities below 300.
you have to be one of the biggest newbs or idiots ever. hope your looking foreward to the lawsuit comming your way eventually because if you gog someone at 320 you can break the lenses and cause serious damage/blindness. a gun should NEVER be above 300 at the very most. let me know where you were playing so i can stay as far away from you as possible.
i don't think the previous comment was warranted, but you really do need to chrono your markers at around 270... the sport of paintball has enough of a bad rep without outlaw players who have their velocity up high. at 300 FPS a paintball travels slightly over 200 MPH ( just calculated it)... besides, you get more barrel breaks when your velocity is up. oh, and by the way... at 320 FPS you're almost up to 220 miles per hour. think about it, you're shooting your paint faster than a NASCAR stock car can travel. no need for that kind of speed in a paintball!