Honestly for 30$ your not going to find a better paint, my team pitched in and we bought our own field is this is all we shoot, its accurate, its cheap and the fill is bright, some times you will get a few bad balls its not quite as consistent as a tourney paint. but for 30$ its perfect. Everyone complains about it leaving bruises, lets be honest this is paint ball not figure skating your going to get bumps and bruises.
Buy it its cheap, paint balls should not cost 60$ a case. Ill give it a 9 just because some of the balls are not perfect. I think that its really dumb that fields ban this paint it has improved 100% scene it first came out.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 17th, 2009 at 5:59 pm PST
Upon your rating system, good paint that does break and doesen't stain should get a 30/10. Yes paintball isn't figure skating, but when your accustomed to just getting hit, feeling a little pinch then calling yourself out, but when it feels like someone is shooting marbles at you then there is a bit of a problem. And don't try and go e-tough on me, maybe you did get lucky with a couple of good batches but 95% chance when you get hit with a bad batch your going to stop using them.
I'd have to agree with outoftowner. Unless these are being used for teching or firing at (hopefully very sturdy) inanimate objects, they're awful.
You must have gotten one hell of a batch, because of all the boxes of these I've used for practice paint (I figure If I train with terrible paint, shooting good paint will be that much easier), "accurate" isn't quite the adjective I've use to describe them. Unless you're firing at very thick wood or sheet metal, these things will wing right off them.
And lastly... why on earth would you feed these things through an EGO or Angel?
For 30 bucks, you could buy a box of RPS stingers, which are AMAZING paintballs for the price.