Sterling Rec offers the ultimate combination of value and reliability. It is the clear choice for the field operator and discerning recreational player seeking a paintball to be counted on time and again. “Rec” was developed as an entry level paintball with a durable shell and attractive basic appearance. It has been specifically designed for use in all types of guns utilizing all types of air systems. This paint simply outperforms its class. Comes packed in 4 bags of 500 balls. Available in Green, Yellow, Orange, and Pink.
The Arrow Precision Sterling Rec Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
Sniper II . Black "04 WGP prostock with a silver slider frame, hybrid grips, ergo reg, black magic low pressure bolt, stiffi barrel
It seemed like pretty good paint so I would recommend any good type of barrel.
Few bounces, no barrel breaks, good condition when recieved
Didn't notice any
Overall, it was very good paint. I would compare them to zaps. Played a couple games with them and didnt notice any problems. They all worked perfectly. Me and my friends got the paint at a discounted price, so i dont know the price on them but if there cheap, ill for sure be using these more often
This is good paint for a cheap price. Great on the budget. Picked up a case for $35.00 at Impact paintball, NJ. It is very good for rec ball and practice. The performance can not be compared to the costly premium stuff, but it is good enough. This stuff holds up well in speedball, when volume and rate of fire is needed. You can't complain when you have no breaks.
Bang for your buck. Solid performance. Good for rec ball, practice and goofing off.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, November 30th, 2006 at 5:11 pm PST
Uped Smart Parts Ion
viewloader revy with x-board
Jt Slammer pack
Freak, or Driver
This is great paint if you are going to be playing outside, it is not affected by teh weather, it is great for indoor play as well. Its really nice when it breaks on your opponent, rather than in your barrel, this paint does exactly that. Not a single barrel break, or chop with this paint. I absolutly love it. It does have tendesy to vear off sometimes though.
This is great recball or practice paint. You get some dimpled and wonky ones and it does tend to bounce a bit but at this price you can afford to shoot twice as much so for the price you pay its great value for money. If you are really fussy about your paint spend a bit bit more but it you just want to have fun and shoot a load of paint this is great
These paintballs arrived last week i have only used them for practice so far (first impressions count) but very accurate not one chop and thick bright paint !!!!!!!!!! and oh yeah BRIGHT! i suppose the only bad thing about these is that you cant use them for tornament but there excellent for practice and a begginer wanting to improve there aim!
I think if you dont want to spend alot but want the best paintballs these are for you!!!
Monster balls *gag*
Standard tippmann custom pro, 11" barrel gravity hopper, double trigger, drop foward 20oz pure energy
It doesnt break in your barrel. It doesnt break at all.
15 word max. Yea right. Can't list them all in 15 words.
These things are junk. They dont break. Someone at the field sais "good paint breaks from shoulder length" and he drops it from shooulder length, and it doesnt break. Then he chucks it waayyy up into the air, about 30ft+ and it comes back down...and bounces..and bounces again...and again...eventualy coming to a stop.
Dont buy it. Someone gave it to me for free and i hated using it.
-Cheaper then everything else
-Thick Fill(When they break)
-Almost never broke
I got these because they were the cheapest paint my field for the tourney i was at. I got em, brang them to my table and cracked them open, they were pretty good looking outta the box and the were consistent and no dimples. I went and chronoed with them and the fill was thick and they broke, against a peice of wood, and they were accurate. so i went onto the field for the first game and i lit up this guy in the back can and know i hit hi but he was still in, so i called paint check on him and he wasn't hit. we ended up losing that game. i walked off the field and asked the guy if i hit him, he's like ya you hit me like ten times and none broke, i was so p***ed. so after that i ended up trading most of it for all star paint and that worked great for the rest of the day.
Some good qualities but nothing is worse then paint that doesn't break and it's becasue of the paint that you lost a game.