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everything eles is too good to be in the same level as this paint
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From what i have seen, just get a barrel with a large large bore size, im gunna guess about .691 just to be safe because the paint's size is very inconsistent
cheep, bout $40 a case
Very Very Very brittle shell!!
Is very inconsistent in size = no acc.
I was shooting some big ball through my cocker the other day, and oh dear god - it was disturbing... I was shooting just randomly, and the acc. just absolutely sucked. they were flying everywhere! no exaggeration, it was as if i was using a 5" stock barrel. Then one of the balls broke and i had some Teflon barrel cleaner in the barrel, so it cleans its self out after a few shots - and well, it didn't at all... the balls that proceeded the break just kept chopping. And i know your thinking well i must suck at shooting my cocker - and i was thinking that myself, then after shooting the 500 threw and breaking about 100 of um, i pulled the bolt out to clean it, expecting paint everywhere. Well there was none! All the paint broke in the barrel and they were all splitting on the seams.
If I were you looking to buy big ball, i would just spend the extra $5-10 for RPS Premium.
Trust me on this one, u'll thank me when your playing a game.
Good review, I couldn't agree more. Big balls are HORRIBLE. I however had a different problem. The ones I had were anything but brittle, there were bouncing off a stripped Apache my field uses as a prop, leaving welts on any and everyone.
quote:Originally posted by worldtraveler Good review, I couldn't agree more. Big balls are HORRIBLE. I however had a different problem. The ones I had were anything but brittle, there were bouncing off a stripped Apache my field uses as a prop, leaving welts on any and everyone.
Sorry to say but usually even marbs leave some kind of welt... Sorry don't mean to argue... I personally like B.B> though
hell_copter i dont know what the hell your talking about but i have an egg and it can see the balls and i have never broken one single ball in my hopper i use a vision impulse and everyone knows how fast they go and like i said before you wont break paint in the hopper with these balls they have a thick shell a little to thick if you ask me.
I think it's one of the mysteries of paintballs. I've been reading posts on all the paint. Marbelizer, evil, scorch, big ball, super swirl etc, etc. I've even been keeping tabs on whether it seems to be a specific model of gun. What I have somewhat concluded (not for sure here because I'm still colating) is that people pretty much report bad incidents with any of the paints. Now for sure, there are paints out there that arent really much good for anything but shooting at the ground, but I'm talking about some of the really highly rated paints. Some folks try some and have a lousy experience. I do know that paint is in a flexible shell. It comes out of the manufacturer fairly round (spherical actually) and is bagged, and shipped. I think they should put a manufacture date on all paints so you can see how long they've been shelved. I could also see paint getting dimpled or mishapened by sitting in some semi-trailer in Phoenix when it's 120 degrees outside. Anyways, I think the best you can do is buy reputable paint from a dealer that moves a lot of it.
Well, that's my two cents worth (OK, maybe it's worth a lot less, anyway, you got what you paid for right?)
Last edited on Wednesday, May 24th, 2006 at 2:55 pm PST
you know the reason why they were breaking is because they were to large for your barrel hence the monsterball i beleive they were or the big balls whatever but the bottomline is that the balls were breaking cuz they were to big for the size of the barrel. not the paints fault but yours for putting it through.