piranha BL VF semi red
bever sight rail
viewloader 12 volt
and some more stuff on the way
the barrel dousnt do mutch it shot strait with even my cheap skrached up stock barrel!
pops when you want it
good on a high velocity
the fill is a light color
these balls worked vary good for me. i got 500 for $7.50!!!
i could do any thing with these! the only draw back is the light color so its harder to see if its a hit. and they have a vary good shelf life. after 6 months of sitting around there still in perfect werking order. there so perfect that they wont chop(even in my bolt)!!!!
get these there a good buy!
(buy them if there as mutch as mine cost ant then sel some to people for $4 more a bag) they burst perfectly in WORM weather!(in the temp zone thats set on the box)
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dusk, nelson and another type of zap that had no name on the box
spyder imagine 12v reve, 12 in 2piece custom product barrel, 16 ounce chrome-molly tank
any barrel that you do not want to get dirty from balls breaking in your barrel
i guess you could say it succesfully gives paintball a new name, paintcube
everything exept for the price which is very cheap at academy
I have used these paintballs many times. Right out of the box they were deformed and some were broken.(maybe that is the people that handled it fault) Out of about 50 shots 5 broke on average. It was very anoying. You would have to be very carefull to walk the trigger or you would break alot in a row. It was annoying haveing to clean my barrel after every game. Maybe if the paint was turned in the store it would not have so many bumps and breaks. These are not good paintballs, i would not spend my money on this paint unless i desperately needed to.
I would not but this paint unless you are poor and need just some cheap paint to last a day. I would suggest other types like draxus paint or nelson or any kind that is better than this type.
tippmann a5, 16" barrell, air through stock (spec opps), special foregrip, R/T, red dot sight
it doest matter (it wouldent make a difference)
They dont chop much (then again ive never chopped), cheap
Very inacurate, little fill
From what ive seen theese are not very good balls if you want to hit something beyond ten feet they they curve like crazie and its not my barrel because it shoots great . I have to say I like that there orange and and I got theese at dunahms for 30 dollars (thats all there worth) and they break fairly well
If you want cheap paint thismight be it but I advise looking around at different stores
vl200 hopper (the hopper that came with it broke)
20oz pure energy co2 tank
stock 8 inch barrel
these have worked fine for the 3 barrels i have tried them in
They were 12, and two 8 inch barrels
dont break in barrel
great rec play (like it says on the box)
Dont break that easily
This was the first paint I have ever used, and it worked great.
The paintballs almost never broke in the barrel. I have shot 1000 of these paintballs, and only like 3 broke in the barrel. I did not have a broken paintball in any of the bags, and they were in good shape.
I got the paintballs for 50$ canadian, which is pretty average for cheap paint. The paint was kind of oily, I shot at my barn a month ago, and the blue has faded away, but there is still some oily clear paint on the barn.
When I used these, it was during the summer time, but they still did not break alot on people unless u hit a really hard spot like a elbow. It breaks great on almost anything else like buildings.
Feb 1 2006
About a month ago i bought one of the newer boxes, and the paint breaks great on target, it does not chop, and it is only 40$ CND at wal-mart. Great paint, value of paint greater then deal.
These are great affordable paintballs, and they are great for the rec player. The newer paint that I have used works really great. I definetly recommend it, do not waste your money on 50+ dollar paint for a case, get this.
For the price the, quality was outsanding.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, February 1st, 2006 at 5:44 am PST
Ion, Shocktech Feed neck, Dye Stickies, Dead on Drop.
any aftermarket should do
Cheap, the white buckets.
Not the best.
I buy this paint because its cheap from walmart. its 36 bucks for 2000 wich is a pretty good deal, plus you get the white bucket wich can be used for many things including bunkers. i have my own course in the woods behind my house and i fill up the buckets with dirt and use them as bunkers and they stop paint pretty well. this paint also has a very thick fill and its hard to wipe off, everyone i play with uses it and they love it. its not the best and some balls are odd shaped but for 36 bucks you cant go wrong.
Buy it, keep the buckets and save the expensive paint for tournaments. its a perfect rec ball paintball. im giving it a seven beacuse its not hte best paint but it is great for rec ball, and judgeing by the name of the paint(rec paint) it does what its supposed to.
tippman pro custom basic,Empire Reloader 2, 20 oz. Co2, stock barrel
any good 14'' barrel
these paintballs are good if you are just playing casually. When I was shooting, sometimes the shot was perfect, sometimes the shot was curving. These probably aren't good enough for tournament play, but if you are just playing at your friend's house or playing woodsball, these are the right balls for you...
Use these for woodsball and casual play but not for tournaments.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 16th, 2005 at 1:15 pm PST
Oily... hate oily paint.
Your average cheap paint.
This stuff is not all that bad. I played Woods-ball this weekend for the first time in a year (all I play is speedball) and had to pick up some cheap paint at Wal-Mart and found this. It was 35 bucks for a 2000 case, that's an awesome deal, and it's perfect just for messing around in the woods. Definatly not your average tourny ball though, but good enough for practice/woods ball.
Great for the price... 35 a case at Wal-Mart, not bad.
zap sport , afterburners , viewloader ,and diablos
zap zxs 1000E with 9 oz and 200 vl hopper
hard ,brittle shell , thick fill ,cool colour (dark blue) ,dont curve_much and_dont_chop,cheap
not perfictly round so they dont really _fit_in_the_barell_very_well..but_dont seem to make a differnce
yayyyyyy ..i got 2000 for 50 somethin at wal mart .... they break nicely on people andleave a gross colour on em thas hard to wipe and the paint is greasy as a mcdonalds burg. mmm.... overall great paintballs and ill b buyin them until im sponcered.... they come in a ice cream container look alike thingy thas easy to cary round 2
awesome...affordable and a sic poo colour fill /// you cant go rong!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 23rd, 2004 at 10:22 am PST
Visible Impact (Game Face)
Stryker Paintballs (Stryker)
Both of these were really great!
Viewloader Triton II with 12" barrel
99' Side-feed AutoCocker with a VL Revolution loader and soon to get HPA tank.
Something that is not picky about crappy paint...
Very low quality
Easy to chop
Gets in all components of gun when chopped
These, by far, were the worst paintballs I have ever used. I tested them in three different guns with the exact same result. Here are the results of my tests:
VL Triton II: I loaded the hopper with 200 rounds and followed all normal firing procedures. I fired 10 rounds at a 2" diameter tree about 10 meters out. The first shot went a few degrees off, despite the fact that I was aimed directly at the tree. The second and third shots followed different paths, and finally my fourth shot hit the tree. The fifth shot chopped and got stuck in the bolt face. The shots following either chopped or went in different directions. I took me nearly an hour to take apart my gun and valve assembly to clean it! The spring was so fouled I had to get a new one, which took a year for me to order.
WGP 99 AutoCocker: I loaded the hopper with 200 rounds and followed all normal firing procedures. I fired 10 rounds at a small bin about 10 meters away. The first shot hit the target dead on, but the second shot hit the dirt 2 meters in front of the target. (Despite the famed accuracy of the Orr-made gun.) The third shot rolled out of the barrel. The fourth shot hit about 20 cm off target and the fifth tore a hole 10 cm off. The sixth, seventh and eighth shots missed entirely by several centimeters. The 9th and 10th shots missed as well by even more than any shots before.
Spyder TS: I loaded the hopper with 200 rounds and followed all normal firing procedures. I fired 10 rounds at a 2" diameter tree about 10 meters out. My first shot, like the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th shots, missed the tree by several cm. The fifth inexplicably hit dead on target, but the 6th missed as well. The seventh also hit slightly off target. The eighth and ninth shots missed completely, and the 10th hit 4" off target.
I tested all 3 markers with different paintballs, and all markers performed flawlessly, with only a 1" margin of error.
My conclusion is that these paintballs are more accurate when thrown at the opposition than launched from a paintball marker. Under no circumstances should these paintballs be used as a primary ammunition supply!
2 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, September 3rd, 2010 at 8:55 pm PST
ZAP - Rec. Series - Worse than ZXS
Draxxus Rec - Better than ZXS
Empire Inerta Pro - Way better than ZXS
RPS Menance/Rampage - Better than ZXS
Brass Eagle Wild Streak - Worse than ZXS
Stingers - Worse than ZXS
TL plus - Torp reg. Spudknuk'l Bolt, DH Striker, 32* Spring Kit, BL VA and LPC, NDZ HP Valve.
Any bore matched barrel
Fill kind of Dark
Not to accurate
Ok here is the run down. I purchased a box (1800 count) of these from Walmart for $5.00, thats right $5.00! Now I was pretty afraid to use these things knowing how cheap they were so I decided to let me son use them on this POS Brasseagle Striker marker. During the game he went through about 600 or more without a single chop, now shooting from a cheap marker I found that pretty good. all shots broke on contact and the only beakage I noticed was a ball that was put in a pod?!? How it broke in the pod is beyond me...oh well. Now torwards the end of the game I ran out of Empire and switched to the ZXS's, now switching from Empire Inerta to these yes I can see a difference, but nonetheless these paintballs did rather well. I had a few wild shots, but not nearly as bad as I first expected. There was also a few other players there that purchased these on sale as well and none of the players had any ball breaks or issues to speak of. Even had a player use them in a quick speed ball game and came out the victor.
Overall for a Rec. game I think these balls preformed quite well and worth the $5.00 I spent on them. I would recommend at least trying them out if the price is right.