Overly large bore...>.692"
Not the brightest fill
First, I read the above reviews and most said it was a small bore paint. The two cases that my buddy and I had, the balls were consistantly getting stuck in my .692" Powerlyte insert (which I measured to be sure of the accuracy). My buddy has a Tippmann 98c with a J&J Ceramic barrel. He shot one hoppers worth of these balls and gave up. Too many barrel breaks (not chops). Since I have a barrel kit, I was able to roughly size the balls to my bore (.692") but was still getting quite a few barrel breaks. After a break in play, I re-sized the paint....again...out of five balls, one or two would get stuck and had to be blown out with quite a bit of force. Needless to say, I won't be wasting money on this paint again. I think the Wal-Mart Scorch is better than this stuff.
BTW, the fill is not very thick and can easily be wiped and made to look like an old hit.
So, in my experience with this paint, I would recommend against it.
Dispute: I think you need to use a bigger bore size then maybe you will not have as many barrel breaks as you did.
I have used around 2 cases of this paint and have never had one break. But I was also using a .693 bore size with my REDZ barrel kit. So maybe if you had used a bigger bore size then you would of had a better experience with this paint.
And the shell is made to be brittle, so that should not be a downside.
honestly, ive used about 3 and a half cases and 2 of the cases i would give a 1, and the other case a 10. i think that batches arent very consistent, because all of the cases were very new, and, i shot all of this paint through the same gun.