The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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A Tad Bit Larger Sized, Worked Fine In my Autococker SS Freak, .689 Instert.
Lots Of Mass Sometimes Dont Break
Well The Shell Seemed To Always to be perfectly round and no dimples, It has a nice bright yellow shell so you can track your shots really easy. The Shell Is a Little Bit Thick So Like 1 Out of 10 Times It Wont Break on The Person But Its Not Really That Bad.
Just Like The Shell, The fill is a Brightly Colored Yellow. It is very thick and easily spotted so helps with cheaters. Although this is a nice fill, I found the balls to drop closer then others due to the weight, but thats fine wasnt to much of a decrease.
These Are Ball On Top Of Ball Accurate, Gotta Love Em For That, and Since their Bright you can track them and change your pattern. Great For Accuracy.
Good Balls For a Pretty Good Price. Very nice Rec Balls. Go Buy And Try.
Dispute: This paint is not accurate and not consistent. The paint has been measured to be very badly out of round. The "ball on ball" comment might apply from a range of about 20 ft or less!
Oh...and I had to edit to add this...about the extra mass causing the balls to drop sooner...couldn't be more wrong! If one chronos a marker to shoot a known velocity with paintballs of a constant mass, (all else being equal) the more masssive balls would actually fly farther due to the increased momentum. Any opposing force must apply a greater impulse (read act over a longer time), resulting in longer flight. Sure, with a more massive ball, you might have to crank up the marker a little to get the same velocity, but how hard is that?!?!
I'm sick of such bad products geting good reviews.
Last edited on Monday, April 30th, 2007 at 9:59 pm PST