Empire Invert Mini
Empire B Reloader w/ Speed Feed
68/3000 ACI Bulldog III
Nice shells, good color, great accuracy
I have used the whole Karnage line, and I am coming to believe that Karnage Tear is the best value compared to its other counterparts. Karnage Rip is nice, but expensive, and there is not too much of a gain from getting it, and Bite just sucks.
Karnage Tear has a good shell that is durable in play, yet breaks on contact very easily. The color is quite visible, and the accuracy on this is outstanding. I smaller bore is nice with this paint, but will not hinder any performance.
Of course you get some bad balls with this paint, but for the price - eh... who can argue. I am not going to be paying $60 a case for Karnage Rip unless I am playing a tourney, so when playing around for fun, I just use the next best thing.
Overall, this paint is nice - but its Karnage...
Its great paint - great for practice, tourneys, or anything else in mind - the price for this paint for me is around $45 a case - Not too shabby for me. I give it a 10 for its price and value - and that it is close to its professional other, Rip.