Brass Eagle Wild Streak - horrible
RPS BigBall - way worse
XO Whitebox - worse
Diablo Formula 13 - little worse
XO Spectrum - little worse
Origin Basic Training - little worse
Origin Frontline - slightly better
Origin Signature - better
Apex / 14" J&J S2 / 14" Armson barrels
3000 psi N2
6 position CAR stock
Shocktech spring kit (heavy spring)
Ricochet G2K Gravity Loader
Something with a medium to large bore.
Doesn't break in gun.
These are by far the best paintballs available at Canadian Tire. At $40 for 1000 balls the price isn't too bad for a department store either. These didn't have any visible seams or dimples and all seemed round. I shot off about a thousand rounds one afternoon and they flew true with only two barrel breaks. Both breaks occured while using the Armson barrel which is hard on paint so that is really good. The fill is fairly thick and visible at first, but my clothes absorbed it after 20 minutes or so which is good if you play a lot of short games as you won't think you were hit again a game or two later. The only thing I noticed that wasn't very good was that they didn't break a lot when you hit an opponent. Three others were using the same type and I know it seemed that for every time one of their shots broke on me they had to hit me two or three times.
Price = 6/10
Reliability = 10/10
Accuracy = 10/10
Breaks on impact = 7/10
Fill = 8
If you want to get paint from a department store definitely get this; however, if you're willing to buy online you can get paint that's just as good (or better) for less money. This 8 is very close to a 9.