2k WGP Cocker
-VL Revvy X
Viewloader Triton II
-JT 12" barrel
I used them when I lived in Ohio...I guess they don't sell them here.
Anyway, I used them in my Triton with no problems and my friend used them in his Spyder Victor II...both stock barrels.
I would recommend something ported...
Good breaking force
Hard to clean off of clothing
Ok, I used these balls for about two years when I lived in Ohio because they were cheap and I Wal-Mart always had them. They were very accurate and worked well in the hot, humid climate of the deep woods. Here's the breakdown:
Probably the most important thing to look at when buying paintballs, the accuracy was very good. In my stock barrel (Infamously inaccurate) they flew very well and hit the target almost every time. 5/5
Another thing to look at, they were very cheap ($30 a case.) 5/5
These worked very well in the brush I played in. Very rarely did they break while traveling through twigs, but they always broke on target. Again, 5/5
Fill and Shell:
The shell really goes with durability, but this is a looks-and-feel based catagory. The shell, which was a bright red color, was very easy to see once fired, which doesn't lend itself to camoflauge, but also aided in aiming because you could use a sort of "flash sight picture." The fill was nice and thick, making it obvious when you or your opponent got hit, but also was very difficult to clean off of a jacket or a gun. Because of this, I'll give it a 3/5.
I would recommend this paint to a speedball player because it doesn't really matter that the enemy sees your paint and because the paint flies so well. It feeds very well and holds its shape over storage. The thick fill would work to your advantage because it is very hard to wipe. Overall a great product.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 8th, 2011 at 11:06 am PST