They work fine with any medium bore barrel (the stock spyder barrel does better with it than i thought it would)
They also worked well with my PMI Razzor which is a surprise seeing as it wasnt much better than the stock barrel with other paint I have used with it...
These aren't bad. I got them thinking that they would be OK, but they did more than that. I was landing them in a 5-6 inch grouping with the STOCK Spyder barrel...not bad. ;) The price can't be beat for what you get. I can't reccommend them enough.
Buy them if you want an excellent value. Buy them, but watch out if buying from Walmart (not fresh).
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, January 21st, 2004 at 2:07 pm PST
Custom 98, Flatline Barrel System, Double Trigger, Lapco Drop Forward, 12v Revolution w/ X Board, Remote 20 oz. co2, Custom Camo Paint Job
Flatline works great for woods play, any sniper type barrel
Excellent breakage, true flight up to 70 yds., no breaking/chopping, excellent price and availability.
Somewhat small diameter, may roll out of some markers, fill is sometimes hard to see.
Excellent product for recreational players and new comers, works great in Custom 98 w/ flatline, readily available at local Wal-Mart ($27.00 per 1000 count) and Sport's Authority ($16.00 per 500 count), works well in cooler weather and rainy conditions, simply will not chop or break in barrel, over 4000 rounds fired with no breaks or chops, will fire as fast as you can pull, works well with 12v revvy.
Buy these balls, you will not be disappointed. If you don't like them you will only be out a couple of bucks. Buy, Buy, Buy, Buy !!!
These balls are great for all spyders they don't break and they are very accurate even with stock barrels. got them at sports athourity and walmart (cheaper) and they both worked the same and the walmart ones were still fresh. If you have a spyder get this paint. Or if you have any medium bore barrel it orks great.
Theese are great paintballs for the price and if you have a spyder get them
Tippmann 98 custum 14in J&J ceramic 20oz. pure energy tank VL200 hopper
J&J ceramic or tippmann stock
They never busted on me in my stock barrel. They have a good fill, there
wal marts best paintballs. There pretty cheap. Also they are pretty durable because i dropped them on concrete and they didn't bust
I was playing in 20 degree weather and when i would go to shoot they'd hit my target but they would'nt break. Also they only fill color they have is white and i don't particularly care for white because its easier to wipe off
Overall these paintballs are pretty good but i wouldn't recommend using them in the cold. Price is good $25 at wal-mart. I'm gonna give them a 9/10 because they are cheap and work well with my gun but they don't work well in the cold weather
Low price, good fill, and never any broken balls in the bag.
Bang for your buck these seem to be pretty solid paintballs. In my area they are readily available at Walmart, Academy, ect... and I can get a case of them for about $41.00. I've never found any broken balls in any boxes I have purchased. I know everybody rags on buying paintballs at walmart, but neither myself or any of the other guys I know that use these balls has ever had any problem with them. The only negative thing I can say about these paintballs is that there are usually several dimpled paintballs in the bag. All in all, they shoot pretty straight and consistent through my 14" J&J Ceramic and my 14" Smart Parts Progressive.
When compared to the other paintballs widely available in this area such as the PMI Premiums, Big Balls, Afterburner, and many Zaps, the Dusk balls are superior. I will say that these are NOT super-duper tournament grade paintballs, but they are GOOD paintballs that will not cost you an arm and a leg. If they are available where you live, try em out!
P.S. As others have mentioned, the PINK fill balls are much better than the white fill. Get the PINK fill !
After about a year of using these, I've never broken one in the barrel, and never had a broken ball in a new box. If you don't want to spend a fortune, and just want a good, trouble free all around paintball, try these out.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, October 19th, 2004 at 9:12 am PST
Dragun T.E.S, All American, Empire Reloader B, CO2.
After Market Barrels. (Preforms Well With Stocks Too).
Does What You Expect A Paintball Should Do.
Its Very Good Paint. It Doesn't Surprise You At All Like Some Paint (Curving, Ect). Durable Doesn't Break Or Chop Much. Okay Price Not Expensive But Not Cheap Either, And From What I've Seen Doesn't Bounce. I Really Like And Use It When I Can Afford It. I Give It A 9 Out Of 10.
Buy It If You Want Good Paint For A So So Price.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 29th, 2004 at 1:14 am PST
RPS Flash- BAD!!
Zap Tork-Awesome...Just like this product
Spyder Imagine 2K4- Green
-Custom Products Classic One Piece .689 Barrel- Satin Black
-Shocktech LPC- Silver Satin
-Maddman's Spring Kit
-Shocktech Super Fly Bolt
-New Designz Low Clamping Feedneck-Black
-CP Drop Adapter
-Shocktech Micro Drop & On/Off Combo-Black
-New Designz HP Valve
-Halo TSA LCD Backman- Black
CP 1 piece
Not a single break
----These paintballs are pretty good. About the same, or a little better, than Draxxus Midnight. The Lava/Orange shell is kick a**. The fill is also semi-thick. The price is ok., $20.00 for 1000. I didn't have a single break out of 1000 balls. The shell is soo tough. The only bad thing about these are that they do not break on target most of time.
They are also very accurate.
Overal, a good product. 4 Shell/Fill colors to choose from and no chops. Accurate!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, August 12th, 2005 at 12:34 pm PST
Bone Daddy RG w/ 12" whisper barrel and electro hopper
No stock barrels, these balls aren't very tough. Teardrop, Whisper Barrel, Freak Jr. or any non stock barrels.
Not rare at all
Jams power feeds
Overall, these are nothing like marbleizers, but they top Zaps and Brass Eagles. The price is the advantage here. $25 for 1000 balls, and you can find them just about anywhere, even in Model's. They pop very easily, so i you drop them, DONT pick them up. They're suprisingly accurate though, even in high winds and a cruddy gun. The power feed on a Automag68 and several other guns always gets jammed with these balls, they're too big i guess. If you're sneaking up on someone, forget about it, when you try to shoot you have to shake it first. At least most of the time.
Middle of the line balls. That's all. Cheap, very cheap.