Zap Sport Series
Tippmann 98 Custom
GTA Sniper Barrel 14"
GTA Double Trigger
12 Oz. CO2
Good Cover fire
I bought some of these on the internet for about $30, i thought it was a pretty good deal. When I got them 1 of the bags had broken paintballs in them, but no problem I cleaned them up. (But all the paintballs have a wierd goo on them), I brought these paintballs to the field and I was dissapointed. I know they are seconds but these balls curved everywhere and they bounced like crazy. I actually saw people I hit and they bounced of them. They are good price but I would not reccomend them to play with. They were not accurate at all, it is good though if you use more then a case a day, cuase you can lay down alot of cover fire. They also can get people around bunkers cause they curve so much. Great for those tactical curve shots.
I would not buy these balls unless you have no other choice, they are not very good balls, but they can get the job done. These are good for target practice, if you dont have any other choice just buy them.
4 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 8:48 pm PST
Everything.... accuracy, dimples, shell, thickness of fill.....
I bought a case of these to practice with.... boy was I in for it. When I first opened the box, there was broken balls in every bag. It was horrible. I might of just got a bad case.... but then I shot some after I cleaned them, and about 1 out of 25 balls broke. These are the worst balls I've ever shot. I couldn't believe it. The thickness was practically water, and the shell broke as you held the paintball. Little bits of the shells would break off just from holding them. I give it a 2 because... I guess its a paintball.
Nothing matters or will change the experience with these paintballs
Good Cover Fire Balls
Straight most of time
Will do Corkscrews
Sometmes VERY inaccurate
Dimples every now and then
I found these paintballs to work very well for me. They were the first paintballs I ever bought and the reason I bought them were because they were pretty cheap. The first time I used them I found them to be on and off for accuracy. My barrel though helped me out a little bit since it was a 16in. Sometimes they would do a dance in midair with corkscrews, or would fly straight. Most of the time they flew pretty straight. The fill in the Zap Seconds that I have is a pink. I find the fill to be pretty bright and is very seeable. Most of the time I will hit my targets, but sometimes they don't. Every paintball does that to you, so theres no reason why this paint would'nt. Personally I buy cheap paint, because as long as it's good and not something that will miss everytime then it works. Thats why I stick with ZAP, there a good brand and I think those exspensive paintballs are overrated. Although they are inaccurate sometimes even with my 16in I stil like them, but i was worried that my barrel was the problem. So i bought a PMI paintballs and boy oh boy did my barrel shoot straight. So if you get a new barrel and have these paintballs, then don't worry it's not your barrel, it's just the paintballs.
It's good paint for good price. It will hit your target 80% of the time, at least for me. The only thing I wouldn't do is to not play with them in even the slightest amount of wind because then they will hit there target 25% of the time. And that 25% is mainly because the wind will take it and sometimes hit someone that is about 15 feet away. All in all buy the paint if your in desperate need of paintballs, because they won't let you down and make you look like your the worst shooter in the world like some paintballs do. I give these paintballs an 8.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 24th, 2005 at 12:48 pm PST
tippmann 98 custom with r/t terminator barrel double trigger co2 hose
flew very straight and none of them ever broke in my gun
i havent found one yet
these are the best paintballs that have came out of my paintball gun so far. I would recomend these because there cheap and they dont give you any trouble. They always semed to go right where i wanted them to go. they only cost $30 and for that you couldent go wrong.
i would recomend these to any one because there cheap and never give you any problems.
Java 200 round gravity hopper
12 oz. Co2 tank
12 in. Spyder Barrel
I've only used my spyder stock barrel so i can't make much of a reccomendation
Shoot extraordinarily well for their price
Curve, don't always break (But what can you expect?)
These were the first Paintballs i ever bought. Essentially, they were the best paintballs my friends and i had ever seen (They were using monster balls and liberty balls) I bought a case of 1,000 and have now used every single paintball. I have had no breaks or chops and have never seen a ball fall too far from it's mark.
These balls are worth the low price but, as expected, are no where near as good as premium or marbalizer paintballs. Thus, i give them a seven.
zap rec,diablo dusk , rps swirl, rps evil,big ball , marbs, veiwloader,
anarchy, pretty much every mid grade paint
A-5 with 16" armson ssr barrel co2 red dot sight , bipod, and sling
Price at around 29.99
dimpled mishapen oily flat , and expect at least one broken in every bag
okay let me start by saying that if you need endless rounds to get some heads down
this is the paint for you at 29.99 a case avg. you can realy go nutz and not feel bad about being wasteful but at ranges of more than 100 ft. they are completely usless do to extreme curving ,they are not even close to round they are all dimples , i mean the avg. ball has two dimples on it !!! and there covered in some kind of oil prob. from the broken balls in the bag. i was not very pleased my armson ssr barrel was completely usless due to the balls curvy nature and the armsons rifleing but the stock A-5 barrel is not to bad at close ranges
Not the best cheap paintball i think if u want cheap paint u might want to try scorch or the rec grade zap which is realy much better than the factory seconds paint and on avg. only about 5.00 dollars more
Now i gave this product a 4 but only because they don't realy break to much in the barrel and they are realy cheap and for someone like me that matters , not that i'd ever buy them again.
Brass eagle crap (shot straigher)
(doesnt compare to high en paint)
A-5, palmer stabilizer and QEV, e-grip, relocator bar, r-5 hopper, 10" ultralight
NOT A @ PEICE
Everything pretty much
I broke a ton of these balls. They for the most part arent decent enough to go thru a 2 peice. I would only buy them is you need paint at the last second. I only bought these to sweet spot my stab and i probally wont buy them again. After I cleaned my barrel from all teh breaks, the balls left a sticky residue that no amount of squeegieing could get out. I had to run the barrel under hot water for a while until the residue started to soften.
I wont be buying these anytime soon. I rather get some brass eagle junk.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 19th, 2006 at 3:54 pm PST
2003 Spyder Imagine
14in. Smart Parts Teardrop barrel
Halo B w/ rip
50g micro switch (1/5 of stock!!!)
Anything fits, from spyder stock barrels, to Teardrops, to Boomsticks
Fill isn't always uniform, even per bag
As accurate as you pay for them
I use these paintballs a lot, for many reasons, first of all is the price, $30 a case is good, second is the shells, yes while they don't always match (green and pale green-that's not on purpose) they are very durable, so you can use half a case when you buy it, and a month later you can use the rest of the case, and they won't break in the barrel. Finally i use these because they kinda accurate, none come broke in a case (unlike Cryptic), and they all are round. i know they have factory defects , but they're not too bad.
Durable, kinda accurate, and are of good quality.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, January 1st, 2006 at 3:12 pm PST
I have gotten two different types of zap seconds. The first was this green paint. The paint was bad. It didn't shoot anything close to straight. The shell was strong enough, but still a little weaker than I would have liked. I stored them in a perfect location after use, and they stayed that way. My friend bought over 8000 of them. He got the same type as I did. All his dissolved on him, and he couldn't shoot them from his marker. My brother and I could both shoot them with our Tippmanns, but no other gun could. The fill would disappear into the person's clothes after a few minutes. The color was very weak, but the people we play with don't cheat. My second batch is probably the greatest paintballs ever. I do believe they are Zap Chronics. The fill is very thick, the shell is a little tough, and a few were broken in one bag. All of my friends markers can shoot these. They curve very little.
They are worth it if you are a rec ball player, and play with friends you know don't cheat. Your marker may not be able to shoot the balls, so make sure you have a friend you could sell them to if they don't work.
these balls don't break in the markers and break on target! inexpensive
not as acurate as preimium paint but for the $ there great
I buy these buy the cases , and might store them for a month or two and they always seem to do great in my high pressure CO2 powered markers, my boys and I can go through a case in an hour playing game after game and this is a great value to me to be able to buy these slightly off colored, paintballs just be sure of the kind you are getting , If you have a high pressure CO2 powered cheap marker like myself, stick with the primer or tork or spank, seconds .If you get the performance series seconds for a high pressure marker like I did once" you will be sorry !Those are not made for your lower end markers, just the low pressure high cost guns ! review the color options and the characteristics of the different types of paintballs on zaps web page to make sure of just what kind of seconds you are getting! Some of the Tork seconds hurt like heck but they broke (the skin included)
I will continue to buy this stuff by the (4 or 5) cases! until I find a better value !
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2004 at 5:36 pm PST