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sgt. sixty fine Monday, April 13th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
-Brass Eagle Monster Balls (Don't Break)
-RPS Premiums (Very Good)
-WRek Elite Premiums (Total Crap NEVER BUY)
-Stryker Paintballs (Very Similar to the Visible Impacts)
Marker Setup: -Spyder MR1
- BT 14" Apex Barrel
- Extreme Rage Custom Spring Set (275fps)
- CO2

-Tippman A5
- BT 8" Apex Barrel
- CO2

-Tippman 98 Custom
- Stock Barrel
- CO2
Any barrel works with this paint. Out of the four barrels myself and my friends tried, no paint chopped or broke.
Strengths: Cheap Paint
Great Fill (Bright!)
Break on Target
Fly Straight
Available at Walmart
Weaknesses: Colorful shell is almost to easily seen. May give away position.
Review: I'm on a mission to find a great woodsball paintball that isn't going to break the bank. Visible Impact paintballs may have just claimed that title.

First of all, I only had to go to the local walmart to get these. That's a huge plus because it seems most every city has a walmart. Also, these are cheap! Just under $40 dollars for a case of 2000. Also, Walmart can place orders. So if you need more than two or three cases they will order it for you free of shipping. That's a lot of saved money!

The second reason that these paintballs take the cake is because of their color and fill. These paintballs are bright yellow and red, which make them easy to follow once shot out of your barrel. The best part is that they have a bright pink fill that is visible from any distance. So if you hit someone, you'll know you've hit them. This is extremely important, especially in woodsball where there are no refs. However, the one downside to the paintballs being so visible is that it may give away your position. Let's just put it this way, they're called visible impact for a reason.

The third, and probably most important, reason that these paintballs are some of the best I've used is because they won't break in you barrel! Can I hear an AMEN! Out of the 1000 that I shot, only 2 broke in my barrel. One of them broke at the end of the barrel on the way out, so I'm not even sure if I should count that as a break. They are durable paintballs that don't bounce off what they hit and don't break right away in the barrel. (ie. Wrek Elite Premiums.)

Finally, these paintballs just fly really well. Running my apex at full flatline essentially, I was able to shoot these roughly 30 yards further than most paintballs I've shot on full flatline. They don't dimple easily and fly extremely straight. Even the stock barrel shot these things nice and straight. I honestly have no complaints with the way these fly. For the price, it's simply some of the best paint you can get.
Conclusion: In conclusion; if you're looking for a cheap woodsball paint that is going to play like a higher end paint, THIS IS IT! They're called visible impact for a reason...they're visible when they fly and extremely visible when they hit something. A nice thick pink fill covers it's target. These are great and I am giving it a 9 out of 10. This is simply because there will always be better paint out there, but for the price and quality, you can't go wrong.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, April 13th, 2009 at 7:07 am PST

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