i used tear drop, evil pipe .689, pcs m16 i think its a .690,jt 2 pc .688, big shot and jj ceramic all for testing and game play.
nice shell and fill consistency
it is what it is....good low cost paint
Recently the field had gotten a few skids of this paint for field use. reluctantly i got a few cases cause the price was just right. I tested it between all my setups prior to going to the field. all flew straight only having barrel breaks with the .688 jt. blow through tests favored the .689 18/20 with 2 roll throughs. the paint is nice and round with no dimpling in the 6000 rounds i had bought. I fired rounds from hp and lp markers with great consistancy and accuracy at 75 feet in a 12 in radius. chrono was consistent at +/-7 avg on multiple markers at the field. Orange fill was brighter on target than yellow imo.
i was greatly impressed for rec paint. most of a game day the paint match allowed me to longball more people consistantly. targets were fairly spot on at extended ranges 200+feet.
Finally some decent rec paint thats good if not really good and doesnt kill the wallet.
no complaints here.
Highly recommend it due cost, accuracy and consitency. Cheap good paint is getting harder to come by. i gave it a 9 because there are better paints out there i just have to find one in rec paint.