Diablo Dusk - Don't fly as straight, and break more often in your barrel
Viewloader - Again, break too much in your barrel and aren't consistent with ball flight
Tippmann Werks - These are alright, but they were shipped with a few broken so basically the whole batch was ruined.
Tippmann 98 Custom, 12 inch Smart Parts Teardrop barrel, RT Trigger.
The Teardrop works great. It hasn't broken a ball yet, and shoots incredibly straight.
-Break on target, not in your barrel
Nothing, unless you're short on money, but you certainly get what you pay for.
The RPS Allstars are probably one of, if not the best paintball out there. They look cool, break on target, and its a miracle if one breaks in your barrel. I bought a box of these last year, and now I've gone through nearly 4,000 and I think maybe one or two have broken in my barrel. It's such a rare occasion that I can never remember the last time I had to pull out my squeegee and clean out my barrel. They also work really good in cold weather too.
And as far as accuracy goes, these are as good as they come. They fly straight as an arrow with my Teardrop, and even do fairly good with my stock barrel!
Allstars break on their target, not in your barrel.
I would recommend these to anyone if you can afford them. They are a bit pricy, but I think good paintballs are one of the most important things you can get, and these would be it. They fly straight, look cool, and hardly ever break in your barrel. These work so good that I see no reason of trying anything else.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 2nd, 2004 at 2:43 pm PST