Nelson Hot Spot=some lots of Hot Spot were as good as Heat.
Draxxus Rec-Sport=Rec-Sport is too fragile for my Tippmann
PMI All Star=better but it costs twice the price of Heat
Marbalizer=good but, again, twice the price of thios paint.
GAP=Equal to GAP, lots cheaper
Tippmann 98 Custom, Using both Flatline and Stone Cold Barrels and now the Hammerhead. CO2, custom spring kit, Stainless screw kit (removed the soft Lapco screw kit), BSA Red Dot sight, Shocktech Delrin bolt
Any that handles small to very small paint.
Seem to leave residue in Flatline barrel, not paint, frequent cleaning required.
A friend at Santa Clara told us that this paint was available as the special "white box" 10,000 round from for $150. I called and got my order in two days (no extra charge when you call it in).
First tried it in my Flatline. Accurace was great for a couple of hundred rounds. Then I had to agressively clean the barrel...Windex, squeegee and mop. With the barrel freshly cleaned this paint shot 4-5 inch groups at 60 to 80 feet out. I broke no paint but the accuracy would begin to degrade and I'd have to clean it again.
Couple of weeks ago I got a Hammerhead Pro rifled barrel. After getting the correct fin installed this paint shot a six shot group at 100 feet that I could cover with my hand. This paint sized at .683" which is very small. I got more "kills" over the next hour and a half than I have gotten since I started paintball. Shot over 1200 with not a single break.
For the price it cannot be beaten. Shot as well in my Flatline as both All Star and Marbs. At <888paintball's> price there is nothing better. Works well in my son's Stone Cold II and I cannot imagine anything better in my Hammerhead.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 8th, 2005 at 5:22 pm PST