a small bore barrel, I have the j&j s2 ceramic but it's a little bit big for these....
Not the best out there....
Stupid tote is hard to open
These were only $30 for 2000 so I bought them hopping they might actually perform well although I was totally expecting them to suck.
I opened the plastic tote thingy (my gosh that's hard to open, I had to get a screw driver and even then it was a pain) and was surprised that the paintballs were perfectally round.
I finally went paintballing with my friends and was fairly happy with these, they are pretty soft so they do break and are accurate enough to hit someone. I shot 3 people and didn't get hit once and we played for about one hour or so. One time however I hit someone and the ball didn't break...
oh yeah, one more thing I shot about 500 rounds and broke none...
These are good for messing around with your friends but for tourny play I am 99 percent sure there is better. The nice thing about these is they are small so they might not be a perfect bore but at least they are not to big. big paintballs either spin wildly or break in your barrel. They're good enough for me if I"m just messing around, but when I want to get serious I'll get better
8 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, August 13th, 2005 at 2:23 pm PST
you have a better chance of seing someone who was hit with a paintball filled with water cause back in the day i had to use these things on occasion and when they say the fill is easy to clean thats because u cant see it in the firstplace
Last edited on Sunday, November 19th, 2006 at 3:48 pm PST
lets not get into the woodsballers vs. speedballers and what not, lets just all agree that these balls are among the worst on the market. maybe some ppl have got different batches, for sure, but I was given a pod of these during two different games and 1) they almost never broke, and this includes bunkers built out of solid poplar wood boards 2) the fill was a mildly yellow watery fill, hardly noticable 3) dimpled and squishy shell, I actually dumped them out of my hopper after I show a bunch of these, they can't hit anything they're so warped, and when they do, the don't break.
You're playing paintball, an expensive sport. Don't cut corners with cheap balls. Suck it up, spend another 15-20 bucks and buy Draxxus or Marbs.