Ion: All American Barrel, 32 Flame Drop Fwd with ON/OFF, Smart Parts Clamp Feed Neck
Cocker: STO Ram, STO 3-way, Palmer Rock Reg, Perfect Cradle Drop, Polished Internals, Hinge Frame, Trigger Cam, 14 inch JJ Ceramic, 14 inch ACI Combo
98 Custom (woods gun): Flatline, Razzor
Medium bore...around .688 is good.
Ability to break on target is amazing, very accurate, "no wipe" fill.
Paint breaks in high pressure guns, it's a little expensive.
I started shooting All Star paint about 3 years ago. I love shooting this paint! It is extremely consistant in shape and flight path, and it always breaks on target...always. I have never had one bounce off an opponent. I only recommend running this paint throught low pressure markers. I mainly play with a cocker or an Ion, and I never have any problems with this paint in those guns. However, I tried to shoot this paint through an F4, a Spyder, and a 98. It was a nightmare. I was breaking paint left and right with those guns. I tried everything- different barrels, different bolts...you name it. I still broke paint constantly. It wasn't the guns because they would shoot Big Ball and RPS Premium without a problem. I thought it might have been a bad case, so I bought another case...same results. Don't get me wrong, this paint is amazing, it just prefers low pressure markers.
NOTE: I read a bunch of reviews stating that this paint works fine with Spyders, 98's...even Flatlines. I only wrote what I experienced.
If you are shooting low pressure markers, give this paint a try. You will be very happy you did.