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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 7.0 / 10
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Raishe Friday, December 20th, 2002
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Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
big ball, JT, Joker,
Marker Setup: 01' vert fed AC
12 in boomstick
chrome eclipse frame
ricochet 2k
45/4500 pmi
68/4500 java
CP black flame drop forward
kapp twisted cocking rod
Recommended
Barrels:
something that is .689
but you can shoot a pretty tight set w/ a boomy
Strengths: cheap.. i got them for about $36 a case. smaller than joker
work pretty good w/ my barrel
Weaknesses: they break. i break 3-4 times a day. so probably 1 every 200 rounds. not chop, break. same thing as the other guy said, i got the broken egg shell in a couple of bags and a couple of broken eggs in one bag.
Conclusion: they are cheap. i wouldn't depend on these on a tourny. but when you play 2-4 times a week, you need cheap paint. when they aren't breaking in my barrel they shoot pretty good. they always seem to break when you don't want them to, like when its 2 on 4 and you hear you back player get shot out. i'm getting big ball for cheaper now so i may switch back. in general use PBJ paint for practice and when you're messing around. keep the good stuff for when you wanna kick ass.
Rating:
6 out of 10
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dhoser Wednesday, August 28th, 2002
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Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
RPS Marbs
RPS All Stars
Diablo Blaze
Marker Setup: Shocker with Freak System - Low Pressure marker around 180 PSI
Piranha TS Pro with AA 2 piece - High Pressure around 750-800 PSI
Piranha TS Pro with Stock Barrel - Medium Pressure around 475-500 PSI
Recommended
Barrels:
I used the .689 (blue) insert which worked fine but it was a fairly hot day.
The All American and stock Piranha barrels also seemed to work fine.
Strengths: The shell is brittle and breaks on contact. I didn't have a single ball break in any of the three guns used and we shot a total of 2000 rounds of this paint. The fill is good quality and marks well.
Weaknesses: A large percentage of the balls were out of round. The seams definitely are visible. Paint doesn't shoot the straightest. I had at least two balls in every bag (there are 4 bags of 500 paintballs in a 2000 round box) that were broken. Each ball had a hole that looked like an egg shell when a bird is just starting to break free. Oddly enough, there was only one bag that had paint in it so these were put in the bags after they were broken.
Conclusion: I paid more for these paintballs than I do for marbs or all stars and they are definately not worth the extra money. I will not buy these paintballs again!

If I am looking to save a few bucks at my local rec field, I will continue to play the Diablo Blaze paint and for the more important tournaments, I will use the marbs and all stars.

The paint that I fool around with in my back yard has similar seams and roundness quality to the ACE paintballs. The fill and shell of the ACE paintballs are better than the $30-35 per 2000 rounds paintballs but that is it.

Definately not the best buy for your money!
Rating:
5 out of 10
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kuhle1 Saturday, August 17th, 2002
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Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Marker Setup: We tried this with multiple guns. Stock 2000 Auto Cocker, Modified Auto Cocker, AKA Excalibur, AKA, Viking, AKA Merlin Cocker, Angle. This is a tight bore paint. I would say about a 0.687. We used all kinds of barrels with our testing. Freak was the best. It did shoot great through the Stainless Boomstick, Dye Excel, Javelin, CP and J&J 2 piece. It would role out of the bogger barrels. Paint shoots striaght and breaks on impact. Never had any paint break in the barrel.
Recommended
Barrels:
Javelin or a freak.
Strengths: Shot straight. Definitly tourney calibur. Marks well. The shell is very brittle and PJ even puts a little oil in the bags which are sealed to make sure they are fresh. Available in a variety of colors and shells. Trust me the pink may stain but it definitly marks the best.
Weaknesses: You will need a small bore barrel to keep paint from rolling out the barrel. When using my favorite barrel, the boomstick, the paint still shoots straight. It does roll out the end if you put you gun down.
Conclusion: We us this paint every chance we get. You should to. You can't go wrong. You can us low pressure guns or high pressure it just does not seem to matter with this paint.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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