Big Balls - BB's Are Heavier. Have a Thicker, Brighter Fill. More Expensive. Big Breaks.
Stingers - Thicker Fill, Brigher Fill, Weigh The Same, More Expensive, Big Breaks.
Cloud Breakers - Thicker Fill, Brighter Fill, Chop In Barrel, Expensive, Never Breaks On Players.
Planet Eclipse E2
AIM Clamping Feedneck
SS Freak Back
Crossfire 68/4500 HPA
All Barrels I Have Used Work Perfectly With These Balls. But The Barrels I Used Were. *These Balls Fit .689 Barrels.*
Stock --> Proto, Mongoose 2, 05 Prostock, 05 Ego
Spyder Stock --> Xtra, Imagine, Pilot ACS 05, Electra, TLR,
After Market --> SP Progressive, SP SS Freak, Dye UltraLite
Works Well Most Barrels
Dont Break Big
Tastes Like Verrry Bad Soap
I Have Been Using These Balls Ever Since I Started For Their Cheap Price But Exceptional Quality. I Havent Had Many Bad Experiances With These Balls And I Would Recommend Them As They Are Great Rec Balls, But If their is one thing I Dont Want To See Done With These Balls Is Never To See Them Used In Any Tournement Or Special Event When Their Are Prizes Or Money, Or Great Reputation Involved.
The Fill In These Balls Are Light Along With The Shell Being Small, This All Adds Up To The Balls Flying Straight. Alot Of Heavier Fill Balls Fall Down Quickly, Opposed To These, Zooming Through The Air Farther Than Most Others. Their arnt Many Flaws In The Shape And Size Of The Ball So The Accuarcy is Pretty Good Too.
These Balls Are Sized .689, And That Is All My Barrels Size. I Have Not Had Many Instances Of Chopping With The Exception Of When My Autococker Wasnt Working So I Will Not Count That. Many Markers, However, May Have a High Velocity Or Pressure At Which The Bolt Moves At, Popping The Ball Inside The Breech. For Me This Only Happens Once Every 4 Months Give or Take, Atleast for me That Is.
+-Shell & Fill-+
Personally I Have Only 2 Color Options For These Balls And Their Not Really "Options" Either. The Shell Will Always Be Blue and The Fill Is Most Commonly Yellow But Their Has Been Cases Of It Being White. The Shell Is Thin But Not So Thin Of The Likely Hood Of Breaking In Your Marker. Next is the Fill, A Very Watery Based Substance Of Which You Can Pray That You Have Struck A Person Of Much Self-Dignity And Respect For The Sport (In Other Words Hope U Didnt Tag a Cheater Or Wiper.)
When These Hit On Hard Surfaces Such As Walls Or a Concrete Ground, The Whole Ball Will Burst. Sadly However, In The Game You Are Trying To Hit Opponents Whom Have Fat and Bouncy Surfaces. When Broken On a Player The Monster Balls Will Ussally Crack and Drip Instead Of A Whole Ball Break.
-+Packaging & Availablity+-
The Monster Ball Packages Come Very Widely, I Have Seen 4 Types Of Boxes Which They are Sold In. Two Come In a Hard Plastic Carrying Case Sort With Diffrent Lids, One Is Easy To Open, And The Other Have Had Many Complaints Shown In Other Reviews. Also Now They Come In Cardboard Boxs, One Is a Sqaure Like Box With Many Colors And A Free JT Gear Bag Thingy. The Other Is a Rectangular Box Thats Main Color Is White. You Can Find These At Walmart and Other Lower End Paintball Shops and Online Paintball Stores. I Ussally Buy From Walmart and Buy About 4-5 Boxs A Trip. Walmart Treats Paintballs Like You Would Treat Your Grandmothers Piss, They Should Just Flush Em Down The Toilet, Out Of 20, 500 Packs, Only About 3 Of Them Didnt Have a Broken Ball In Them But Thanks To Its Oilyness Most The Paintballs Arnt Going To Be Ruined and Just Dump Em All In Your Hopper and Dont Worry. Plus Their Only 25-30 Bucks =).
Well I Have Caught a Few Of These In My Mouth On The Field and Its Not Exacly Your Dynasty Bannana Smelling Paint. I Have Done A Soap By Paintball Tastetest... Call Me What You Want But If Their Was No Other Choice I would Eat a Few MonsterBalls Over Soap, But Theirs not To Much Difference.
I Really Like These Balls For Playing Rec Ball But Please Please Please Dont Go Play a Tourney With Them Or Anything. Do Expect A Few Flaws But These Are Great For The Price.
If You Feel I Should Edit Or Add Anything Post a Comment. -OTEdge
7 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 28th, 2006 at 4:06 pm PST