-Cheaper then everything else
-Thick Fill(When they break)
-Almost never broke
I got these because they were the cheapest paint my field for the tourney i was at. I got em, brang them to my table and cracked them open, they were pretty good looking outta the box and the were consistent and no dimples. I went and chronoed with them and the fill was thick and they broke, against a peice of wood, and they were accurate. so i went onto the field for the first game and i lit up this guy in the back can and know i hit hi but he was still in, so i called paint check on him and he wasn't hit. we ended up losing that game. i walked off the field and asked the guy if i hit him, he's like ya you hit me like ten times and none broke, i was so p***ed. so after that i ended up trading most of it for all star paint and that worked great for the rest of the day.
Some good qualities but nothing is worse then paint that doesn't break and it's becasue of the paint that you lost a game.
he mite have had layers of cloths on and its rec paint it doesn't have the same shell as a "Pro" grade paint will have. its good paint i use it all the time. he does not know what hes talking about. i mean i can understand if it doesn't break but ur trying to get apples from oranges. "the rec paint doent preform like "pro" grade paint" no crap its rec paint.