-----Tippmann 98 Custom-----
-----------20 oz. Co2---------------
All American 2 piece
Key Strengths: Cheap, durable, fairly accurate, consistant from case to case
Key Weaknesses: A bit inacurate, very thick, snot-like fill, dent easily from age (weeks)
I know what I'm talking about when I review these big balls because i have used them religiously for the past 2 years at least once a month. The main two things that these balls have going for them are the price, and the consistency from case to case. These balls are also wonderful with breaks. I've shot probably about 10,000-15,000 of them in my whole career and have not gotten ONE BREAK other than a barrel chop that was from me holding my gun sideways. Of course, this kind of durability must mean something about how they break on the people you are shooting. What I've been noticing even more and more is that the balls just dont break very easily. I play alot of woodsplay in a leauge and I more than often get the players out when they scream "I'm Out" from the intense pain of a bouncy-ball like paintball hitting them (and yes I don't shoot over 300 fps). The balls also have a very thick goupy fill that isn't obvious at all those times the balls do break. They are just kinda weird.
The balls are good for playing close range but the farther away you're shooting from, breakage on the player becomes almost rare. Would work every time if they hit the mask... they arn't that hard. Make sure they are fresh cause time does evil things to them (sweat, dents, hardening).
quote:Originally posted by Mehs You people are moronic, it doesn't depend on the gun, it depends on the skill of the player, making what kind of gun you have obsolete, you could have a Brass Eagle Talon against "The best gun ever" and still win.