All Stars Yellow
Tippmann 98 Custom with A.C.T.
J&J All Star 6 piece barrel kit
Rufus Dawg Wicked Bolt
Flame drop forward with on/off
Cyclone feed and Ricochet loader
1/8 ID hosing in lieu of 1/16
Raised site rail
JCS 3" Mil Sim adapter
30MM Red/Green dot site
I usemy .685 back and 14" barrel and it works awesome. Any small to mid bore size should work well I would think.
See review below.
Ummmmm, ummmmmmm, haven't found any yet.
Strengths: It is a very reasonably priced paint, and very accurate. I purchased a case of the red/green shell with purple fill and was anxious to get check it out. First thing I noticed is that there were NO broken balls in any of the four bags. Big plus right there, especially since they were ordered online. I grabbed a few from each bag and gave them a quick inspection. Balls were well rounded and there was barely any seam. Try as I might, I could find no dimples. Now the real test was to follow, game day. The paint flew amazingly straight and consistent. All I heard all day was "Who is shooting the purple paint?!?!?!?!" Out of the entire case, I broke ZERO balls. Yes you heard me right, ZERO. Zip, nada, none, not a single one. So far this year I have tried All Stars, Evil and Karnage Tear, and Karnage is what I will be ordering from here out. It is about $12 a case cheaper, and outperformed the other two hands down. Now I have used Evil previously in my old A5 and loved it, but that was a couple years ago and I guess something changed with it. I will be giving my son the Evil and All Stars as they seem to be working OK in his Spyder, and ordering myself some more Karnage Tear.
If you want accuracy and a great price, this is the paint for you. Typically I would say nothing is perfect, but I have to make an exception. When in my opinion a paint outperforms 2 others that are rated a 9+, it HAS to get a 10.