kingman spyder, 12 oz. co2, 12'' barrel (unknown brand, got it from my friend)
thunderpig 16'' (shot from friends gun)
I was shot with the i-balz, they have a bright fill color. You cant wipe off the paint and get away with it. The balls arent too hard, but not too soft. They are cheap. You get a loader tube with them. They can go fairly far. You always get more than 100 balls in a tube, even though thats wut you pay for. Limited breakage in the barrel.
they arent very accurate. They fly everywhere. they are inconsistant. Since they company over packs the tubes the balls sometimes break in the tube, thus ruining the entire batch. Thjey arent good for use in cold weather. Some of the times these balls bounce off the person you hit or off the object. I threw one off my roof and it bounced when it hit the ground, i have assphalt so you dont htinks it grass.
If your a good player and you want a real challenge then get these cause they will be heck to play with unless you really have a hooked up gun. If your playing in fairly warm weather then these work great, just not well in winter. Or if you want a new bouncy ball then you can also get these. Over all i think a 4 is giving them too much, but hey they were really cheap. If your on a tight budget then these are the ones for you.
These were the most dimpled, ill-manufactured paintballs I have ever seen in my life. Some were already broken by the time i got them, and some were stuck together inside the little plastic bottle. I did shoot a few, they are like rubber there is no such thing as break except in your gun. They are some of the most unbreakable paintballs i've seen, except of course the deffective ones, wich break when you DON'T want them too. The fill is also very inadequate, to thin and not wnough of it. The only use i found for them was to fill the botttle up with water and watch them all inflate as the absorbed the water.
Don't get them, they are horrible brass eagle should just stick with making semi-crappy guns instead of making FULLY crappy paintballs
Regular Brass Eagle balls are practically identical
Custom build Shocktech Autococker
14 inch Dye Ironman Boomstick
12 inch Crossfire Ramrod Barrel
68ci/4500psi Crossfire HPA Tank
Custom Brass Eagle Rainmaker (work in progess, best gun ever)
Adjustable or multi bore barrel
Cheap, easy to find paint for those in quick need of it
Not always round, thin paint, don't always shoot straight
These balls are exactly like BE paint, yet some how they work a little bit better. I think the bore on these is slightly smaller. When it comes down to it though.. they still curve all over the place, they have thin paint, and they stank. These are excellent for woodsball though since they're cheap and long range accuracy isn't as important. Oh and FREE 100 round tubes with these babies. That's definitely nice.
Find something better unless you're strapped for cash. These are good for woodsball though. 1 point higher than BE balls I say for the tubes.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, March 14th, 2003 at 12:24 am PST
I've only used the one that comes with the Spyder Sonix. I'm just getting into paintball.
Bright color, doesn't break in barrel.
Hard shell, stains alot. (that could be good or bad)
The local field doesn't allow any "outside" paint to be used, but I have used this for target practice in the woods and it marks nicely. I've never been shot by it, so I can't tell you what it feels like, but I can say that it stains. It stains wood. I shot some boards and then tried to whipe it off but it left a darkened spot. I've never shot another person with it so I'm not sure if it stains clothes, but I bet it doesn't.
Well... it's paint. It does it's job. It's pretty cheap, I got 100 balls for 4 bucks which is cheaper than the local field.
Usually come in re-usable tubes.
Break in packages.
Break in gun.
These are slightly better than their sister Brass Eagle paintballs. They are available everywhere and for a decent price. The accuracy is okay, depends on how fresh they are. I've bought some that were fresh and shot well, some that were on the shelf longer and many of them were broken, dimpled, or stuck together. They also teneded to break in my gun and hopper more than better quality paint.
Probably the cheapest paint you can buy that is worth even considering.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, June 19th, 2005 at 12:02 am PST
12v. revy hopper
14in PMI Razzor barrel
2, 12oz CO2
anything nothing can improve its accuracy that much
cheap, break easy?
not accurate, not good with any barrel, even an upgraded one
ok, DO NOT get these, they are crap, they are the move inaccurate ball to ever be made, next to any Brass Eagle paint out there, if you spend 5 bucks more to get any thing better do it, this stuff sucks
i couldn't hit a guy from 10ft. away with out a curve ball
if you really want to shot your gun get this, if you really want to hit something don't get this
Green spyder imagine, 12v revvy, 14in teardrop, 2 100rd pods, 2-20oz co2 tanks, pmi x-ray goggles, B.E.WARE gloves
A small bore barrel. (not spyder stock or teardrop for sure) Or something like a freak kit
At least orange is a very bright orange and they be full of paint.
Very small ball, Cheap shell, rolls out of my barrels
These balls curve bad. Havent chopped one yet but only shot like 50. You get a 100 rd tube but it is definately not free cause pmi premiums are tons better and are 8$ for 200. with the tube, these are 100 for 5$. hmmmmm. what do i have to type now? I know i coulds just go on with poor spelling and just type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type and type
Dont buy thes unless u have an insert kit or small bore barrell
The longest barrel you can find ( these paintballs dont shoot straight )
HA HA that one made me laugh
dont break on impact, curve, smell,and break in your gun
the main reason I hate these so much is because they break in your gun ,and if not , they curve so much its not even funny. I bought these in a case of 500 (stupid,stupid,stupid) because I was low on cash and needed a bunch of paintballs soon. I didnt know how bad these were until I started using them. I started shooting and could not hit someone 35 feet in front of me because the lousy boogers kept curving! (the guy was standing still too) By the way, my velocity was at 300. Also, when I was out in the woods by house with a few of my friends and on about the 10th shot, a ball broke right before it got to the barrel and I had to take apart the whole gun just to get the paint out. Most of the balls break in the barrel though. Anyway, I bought some non- brand paintballs from an army navy store and they are so much better. havent broken one ball yet with the non brand ones and that is what I use now.
DONT BUY THESE. EVER.EVER. EVER. I wouldnt reccomentd these to anybody and never will. If you buy them, you'll be sorry you did.
make paint jam today, don't forget to remove the broken shell bits
it chops, curves, bruises when it doesn't break, stinks, the list goes on
tried it this past weekend, shot them all, many enjoyed to bounce off things. my solution was to pick them up and shoot them again. cheap reusable paint--viewloader should start making marbles. anyways i should've bought a squeegie. its suprising, all i've heard is good things about viewloader, but i'll never buy them again. i'll stick with my chronic. hope you're wearing a helmet before you get it with one of these golf balls.
bad paint, buy bath beads over this crap, trust me it'll smell better