Was running a sonix, now using a cocker with a bunch of bells and wistles on it.
Anything with a medium bore, like stock angel barrels or the cocker flatline barrel.
These are ok balls, nothing special. They are game quality, but definatly not tourny quality.
The price is horrible for the quality. I wasn't going to even try these balls out, but a friend talked me into it. You see, I have had many bad experiences with JT products. People see the adds and figure its the best stuff around, but in reality most of it is just plain mediocer. But what do you expect from a company owned by Brass Eagle?
Don't buy this paint unless you are sponsered by JT. Same yourself some dough and buy marblizers paint. They are cheaper and are better quality.
Well, they arent the best, but they are all right.
Don't let the propaganda hit you. The main reason people use these balls is because of the little JT logo on each ball. That doesn't mean crap! Who cares if the ball looks cool, you want proformence, and maybe splat color. some times these balls are dimpled.
These just came out and I used the Yellow ones in my Tippmann flatline and loved them!!! No breaks in the barrel and no bounces of the players .. nice round balls, no seam lines. Flat finish, solid color with JT written across them.. I think the flat finish may help the spin in the flatline and the consistent high quality of the round shape definately helps your acuracy. I will definately use them again.
No complaints at all....
Worked great in the Flatline and was used by another player with an Angel with no problems.
Made by RPS for JT USA ... That just about says it all .. I highly recommend you at least get a case and try them. I shoot just about anything but have always been impressed with RPS and since JT USA is trying to market only the best under their name then I think they will keep a good eye on quality. That's my thoughts anyway....