Spyder Imagine 04"
evolution II Hopper
14" system x one piece barrel (.689)
kingman anti-chop bolt
20 oz java co2
My .689 worked well
hard to wipe fill
Not too expensive
Ball size not consistant
well i only got these balls because the field ran out of Pmi premiums and i didnt feel like spending too much on Marbalizers. when i got them i did the usual tests . blow them out by barrel , drop them on the ground, checked for broken balls and balls with dents on the side.
when i put one ball in my barrel (.689 ) they were a perfict fit ! not too big not too small , just right . then i put a different ball in and that ball just rolled right out . some of the balls would seem to be pretty tight in the barrel and i had to put a little mor effort in my lungs to get themout . but even though some were different sizes it didnt seem to affect accuracy in any way.
when i did the drop test i droped them while standing on the bed of a truck . almost all of them broke . ( it was on graveld ground ). then i took one in my hand and tried to break it . they were pretty hard to break in my hand due to the shell being hard. but they were also brittle.
when i opened my case i found almost no dented balls and i didnt find a single broken ball .
the is not too thick but it is very dense . for example , marbalizers have a somewhat thick fill but if you smear it on your hand the color goes away or fades . if you smear this on your hand your whole hand turns yellow .
all in all these balls are worth the money . they fly straight , have nice fill and barely break in barrels, but they ALWAYS break on impact . stop wasting your money on the expensive stuff when these are just as good .ill give these a nine because of the inconsistant size but other than that these are perfect.