Angel Speed-soft face bolt, volumizer, cp on/off, mastertech trigger, Freak barrel, Check it sure fit feedneck
Pure Energy 68/3000 tank
Halo B Loader (Smoke)
Anything that matches this stuff...Pretty much 689 bore
I was in Wal-Mart one day and saw this paint for 30 bucks. I was like "wow this must be some crappy paint" but i decided to try it anyway. The next weekend i went to play rec-ball wit my team in the woods. I whipped this stuff out and was amazed how great this stuff shot. It was unbelievable. I tried some draxxus paint prior to that and had 5 out of 10 barrel breaks. This paint is very durable and out of the case of this stuff i shot, i think i might have broken one ball, maybe. After my frist experience with this paint i decieded to get another case. Again the same result. This is now my go-to paint for rec-ball.
In the end, i really like this paint. It does have a few weaknesses such as the fill not being bright enough. I've shot many people with this paint(because its so accurate) and the hits are very diffecult to see. The balls do not break very easily(which is y there is almost no barrel breaks) so i've hit people in the past where the balls have not broken. Overall this is great paint for rec-ball and peppering the crap out of you newb friends, but i would not suggest this for a tourney paint. This is probably the best paint out for the price. Either this or Scorch. I'm giving it a 9 because of the crappy fill and the non-breaking hits, but overall this is great paint. I like it and i would recomend it to anyone.
Actually, a tippmann (especially 98C) is fantastic for woods ball. Though I am a noob, I wouldn't trust my 'life' to anything other than one. One time my friends had a game where half the people (5-8) had 98s, and the other half had other misc. guns (some of rather high grade, I believe, but I don't remember exactly). The team with the 98s CRUSHED the team with the misc. guns.
Good review. I just dropped by my local Sports Authority to see if by any chance they had a paintball section, and what do you know, they did. It was there that I noticed their $30 case of 2000 Monster Balls, and I'm glad to see an experienced paintballer give it the thumbs-up.
And to weigh in on the conversation about markers denoting experience, don't knock the mechanical markers. I've been playing paintball for over 11 years and my primary marker is a Spyder Xtra. Granted, it's been customized enough that it's obvious I'm no newbie, but in a game of woodsball, it's more about accuracy and stealth than it is the ability to lay down a billion rounds of paint, so I'd rather have my Spyder or a 98 Custom in that situation than a tricked-out 'Cocker or PM7.
Granted, I'm not knocking the electro crowd... if I played more speedball, I'd own one myself. All I'm saying is that mechanical does not equal newbie.