I played twice with these paintballs, and found that they chopped very easily. AND after the barrell was gunked up, they did even more poorly. I used Marbalizers and even after chopping one, they still fired like normal. I know think it had something to do with my velocity and maybe my rate of fire. They flew nice when the barrell was cleaned, because the Flatline is very paint-picky. These seemed okay, but I guess I just had a bad day with them.
Update: I have since lost the Flatline barrel system and have switched over to the ceramic barrel and I couldnít be happier. Iíve found that the Flatline is very paint picky, so I figure that is why my balls were chopping so much. Though I thought I understood these paintballs to be designed for winter play, because they advertised a thicker shell, I thought they would hold in my Flatline. I thought wrong, but it doesnít matter much, anyone thatís experienced a Flatline barrel system knows the struggle they provided sometimes.
They're very expensive for what happened to me with them, I just hope that it was either a bad box. Though it was quite possibly my Flatline barrel system.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, December 9th, 2008 at 12:54 pm PST