I have used:
-and some others
Smart parts ion with red body kit, custom barrel, pure energy nitro 48ci, viewloader evolution II with Z board
This paintballs can be used with almost every barrel out there, but if you use a good barrel, like a flatline, freak, jt, etc.. they are awesome.
-Breaks on contact
-Hard to clean
The shell its a lil' thin, few colors and they get old
Well, I have been using these paintballs for some months, and I can say that they quite good. Since I use them I have NEVER had a chop, they dont break so easily as other people say (even though the shell its a little thin). About these paintballs I can also say that they have an excelent accuarcy, even with stock barrels, if you are using a good barrel they are flawless. They have an excelent price, I pay for a 2000 box 40 dollars. Domination Paintballs are harder to clean than normal balls, something i really love. And if you keep moving your paintballs every day they will keep a perfect round form.
If you can get them, buy them, I guarantee you will be satisfied
Edit- They lose they quality if you have them for a long amount of time, They will break very easily, even in the hopper. So if you are going to get them dont let them get old.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 8th, 2006 at 7:30 pm PST
JT Freedom, Draxxus, Diablo, PMI Prems, SuperSwirl, Marbs, All Star, etc. etc
Armotech MARS EVO Ltd.
I've used my stock Armotech and a Cutom Products 16". Both work great!
Bright color (green)
Doesn't break in barrell
Good shell strength
Seam is a little large
I've gone through three cases and this paint is all I will buy now. There is no denying at hit on target even if they try to wipe. Fill is thick and not oily like other paint I've used. The balls are very trustworhty and consistent. Buy it buy it buy it!
Worr paint competition- almost as good as domenation
Diablo Dusk- good paint go bad pretty fast
Tippmann A-5 with a 48ci Nitro tank, expansion chamber, and 14" J&J Cermanic barrel
14" J&J cermanic, and Dye Boomstick
good paint with a thick shell and hard shell
This is some really good paint, I haven't had a curve ball or any break out of my J&J Ceramic barrel which is kinda picky with paint. This paint has a really hard shell so it hurts your opponent LOL. Also the fill is thick so there isn't any way that a person could wipe it off.
This is some really good paint and isnt that expensive.
The other Worr paints - only major difference is fill thickness.
I've used a bunch of other paint.
Equation Bizerk barrel
AKA Lightning bolt & Tornado valve kit
Bob Long Torpedo reg
Small bores, .687 or .685.
Fairly thick fill
Has been known to break/chop easily.
I used this paint & other Worr paint (when Doms were out of stock) for nearly the entire time i've been playing. Worr Doms were easily obtained at a local store for a reasonable price. i never had problems with it...
But the last time i used Domination, the paint seemed overly brittle. Me & my cousins all got a case each & we all had breaks frequently (they chopped a few times) yet didn't have that problem when we changed paint. i doubt we all got old cases or bad batches (local store is good about keeping fresh in-stock paint).
Aside from the last time i used this paint, it worked well for me. i'd still recommend y'all try a case, at least.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 18th, 2005 at 9:38 am PST
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
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03 vert cocker CP reg Freak w tear drop front 47/3000
Thin brittle shell. Bright color.
Breaks like crazy.
I can't shoot this paint out of my 03 cocker. It will break every 1 or 2 balls. My cocker is low pressure and it shouldn't have any problems with this paint. I used it this weekend in a tournament and got killed because my gun wouldn't shoot because this paint busted in it. Needless to say I am not happy with it.
maybe I got a bad bach or something??? If I find some at another store or something I will try it again just to see but otherwise I won't be shooting this again.
Some buddies and I bought a couple cases of this stuff. Shot with OK accuracy and consistancy. The dark shells made it hard to see the paint leave the barrel, which some might like if your playing woodsball. The fill was bright and thick so you could see breaks from across the feild. I had a barrel break during the first game we played and surprisingly I shot through it in about 4 or 5 shots.
Overall not bad paint for the money. I got it for $40 a case I think. You can get better for the same price but it works.
Visible Impact (better)
X-Ball (the walmart variety) (a little better)
DXS Silver (about the same)
RPS Big Ball (worse)
Spyder Rodeo (Primary marker)
J & J Edge barrel kit
Zap / Archon Hopper gravity fed
32 Degrees spring kit
Evil Delrin Bolt / Stock bolt with venturi removed
Bandit high flow valve
ACI Griffin with stock everything (Was my backup, but it's worn out)
Zap / Archon Hopper
Syndicate Paradox ELE
Spyder Rodeo stock barrel, maybe my J&J Edge kit
Zap / Archon Hopper (The Revvy on this marker would be ironic)
32 degrees remote thick hose
J & J Edge or any barrel kit.
Very bright fill (flourescent yellow-green)
A little pricey for the quality.
I have come across basically four grades of paintballs in my time:
1- low grade. BE, etc.... Don't even buy it.
2-"midgrade paint". Like Diablo Heat, Spank, JT Camo, etc.... which all fail to meet my basic comfort level of marking ability, bounce resistance, breakage in marker.
3-actual mid grade paint. X-Ball, DXS Silver, Visible Impact, Nightmare, Big Ball. All of this paint is fine for rec-ball play and marks fairly well. Price is about $42 bucks and under.
4-Tourney paint. Very good paint at higher prices. Some of this paint is too brittle for rec-ball play.
The reason I list these four grades is that Domination paint is about the same as a lot of the $40 paint but costs about $50 ON SALE. I was between a rock and a hard place and bought some from a local sporting goods store.
Bounce test: about a 6.
Fill thickness: pretty darn good.
Fill quantity: doesn't seem to make a big "splat".
Fill brightness: Very bright indeed. Hard to miss.
Wipeability: Decent. Hardcore cheaters will always cheat anyway. Bright fill helps.
Price: Priced out of its category. MSRP is $59.99. Still cheaper than some field paint.
Accuracy: Seemed really good on testing. I'll update once I measure some groupings.
It is not really a value. Only buy it if you have to.
i have used jt maxims and these worked just as well as them.
spyder TL with a tear drop barrel, 32 degrees expansion chamber, shocktech quick strip bolt, dye sticky grip, VL hopper, and CO2
I have a smart parts tear drop and it works really well
Very accurate and cool colors. I never broke 1 in the barrel!
Big seams but it did not seem to matter.
These balls worked great. I never broke one and they were very accurate. They are deffinatly worth the money. Try the green fill it is very cool looking. They work really well in the smart parts barrel and if you have a smart parts barrel, try them. If you have the opportunity to buy them deffinatly go for them if.
Deffinatly buy them if you can. They work really well and i never broke one. They are great paintballs for the money.
Dusk: Dusk was slightly worse in accuracy
Brass Eagle: Worse in accuracy
Worr Paint house quality: Worse in accuracy
Super Swirl: Bad accuracy did not break on targets as well
16 oz CO2
I have only used the flatline with this paint
Did not break in gun
Does not always break on target
Fill is oily
I have seen several bad reviews on this paint and thought I would throw my two cents in. I shot 1500 rounds of this stuff and did not break a ball. Accuracy was very good compared to the other tested paints. This stuff was dead on up to 50-60 yards with some drop of course. I would assume with the flatline barrel any imperfections would be amplified because of the backspin placed on the ball.
I would recommed this paint to anyone who uses a similar setup as mine as I had very good luck with this paint. This paint get an 8 because of the fill and not breaking on target (people) at times. Price was very reasonable if you order it.
I don't know why they are getting all of these poor reviews, but I just received my Domination paint today, and decided to fill up a hopper and empty it on testing with a friend. Here's the conclusion I've came to:
-accurate, every shot was consistent, and none of them went stray
-didn't have a single break in the barrel
-a very nice radioactive green colour
-every shot I fired broke on contact (on trees, snow, target and ground)
-very nice price
-the box is pretty
I didn't really see anything bad about them. Looking closely I saw a few small dimples on the first ball I picked up, but it didn't seem to have any impact in my barrel, nor my friend's.
Definantly worth buying. High quality for a low price... I suggest these to everyone out there with a Teardrop or Dye Xcel. I'm not sure about any other barrel.