Spyder Aggressor XT 14" CP barrel
esp classic trigger
Paradox Ele kingman expansion/ foregrip and bottom line
well i have only used one barrel with it and it work great so CP 14" barrel
handy case plastic with a handle
good fill color easy to see
The cover of thecase it hard to get off
smelt bad, but who smells paint ?
My friend told me about monster ball and he told me it was cheap accurate paint so i decided i would give it a try so i went to walmart to pick some up to my surpise it was reall cheap i wa think it would be 40 bucks but i was wrong only 30. 30 bucks for a case of 2000 thats awsome the only think that i know of that can come close to the price is shrapnel at 36 bucks but shrapnel sucks i found a square one once anyways i got home try to open the case and coudln't it was hard i had to get pliers to open it then i inspected it thinking yeah its prob got dentsand misshaped but nope wasn't prefectly round balls when it cam time to play when wewere al chronoing out guns i started shooting at the tagert (which was three broads on hinges so they swing when u hit them about about 3 inches wide which broad) now i hit my selected target about 85% percent of the time but i have shaky hands soi had my friend shoot them with my gun and he hit the target 100%o yeah we were about 20-25 feet away from target.at the end of the day i went through about 1000 round not one break in the gun or barrel
My conclusion is if u want a cheap accurate paint get monster ball
"we were about 20-25 feet away from target" This isn't a good ratio, if your a noob i understand, so let me give you a better way to determine accuracy: be at least 60-80 feet away to see if they curve, if their is none, then go to 110 ft +, and if they still stay straight, then you either got a lucky perfectly round ball, or you got marbs or evils (or another tourny grade paintball). Also, you velocity on your gun makes a huge difference, at 250 fps balls like this may seem accurate but they wont get much distance and wont break much compared to 280, or 300+ with good balls.
You guys must be pretty bored; smackin up newbs... I've shot hese balls also, and although they're not tourney grade; their pretty good for the price. I can't really recall if they smelled like anything at all, but they seem to hit their target well enough.
quote:Originally posted by theblingpunk12 lets face it, the reason you din't chop paint is becasue you are using a slow gun
put 1000 balls through a timmy or a shocker and your result would have been much different.
I run this stuff through my Bushmaster, and my friend ran it through his full auto, and we never had any balls chop. these paintballs arent as bad as everyone says they are. they arent that innacurate. Mabey you should aim better.
they are cheap and they work. My family has gone through quite alot of cases of Monster balls and we find them quite sasfactory.
Last edited on Friday, August 25th, 2006 at 3:59 pm PST
if anyone else seeing that the guys saying that because we play woodsball we dont need as good of paint. it doesn't need to break as easy yes but im willing to bet i fire less than 1/10th of the paint you do so i need acutacy. Also these balls aren't that bad they gave me a cheap box to try and hit that damn sqirrel with (try shooting a smart squirrel its liike 500timesa harder than shooting other people.)n Yes i did have some bad shots near the beginning cause i noticed i hadn't cleaned by barrel scine i broke a Zap paintball in it. Also i've heard of sencted things left and right but scented paint thats just retarted.flavored paint maybe good so when you get shot and get the paint in your mouth you dont fell sick.
Fill on this paint isn't great and I find they bounce occasionally, but they are pretty accurate and I've never chopped or broken one. To be completely honest, I'd take a crate of these over a crate of marbs any day, for one they're half the price, and for two they actually make it out of my barrel before breaking.