-2000 paintball rounds per case
-Blend of quality and affordability
-Standard fill make day after cleaning of clothes
and gear easily yet marks clearly
-Durable shell is quality assured and tested to assure
more breaks on target and less frustrating barrel
breaks common with other affordable paints
-Roundness tested to increase accuracy.
The Blue Arc Charge Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
Stinger, Renegade or whatever its called now (Big Ball)
Dye Trix w/ ups
- Consistent size
- Medium Fill
- Bounces A lot
- Rec Grade
This is just like any other rec grade paint. It cost us like $45/case. The size is a pretty consistent 689, I had one barrel break in a case of it. I used an Evil Pipe kit with a 689 back and it shot great, but any medium bore barrel would work. This paint has a thin to medium fill, but soaks in really fast (bad). It doesnt stain at all though, The size between the balls was really consistent too for cheaper paint. The shell was medium to hard, and if you are shooting a fat person with it you will get a lot of bounces. I was blasting a kid in a standup when I was in the snake about 50 ft away and it probably took 20 shots of this to get a break on him, I dunno why, other than that it was pretty good. We used pink shell/pink fill, and blue shell/blue fill, both shot nice and the blue fill seems to be a little thicker.
Good rec paint, I wouldnt spend more then $40-$45/case on it. I would say it's not as good as blaze, but it's better then white box and most rec grade stuff.
Break on target some times
Don't break all that often
Dimples and oblongs
I've been using this paint at practice for about 3 months now when my field got a good deal on a few pallettes. The only real good thing about this paint is that I've never had a chop or break in the whole time I've shot about 8 cases of it. A lot of the time I get a bad batch too with a lot of dimples and oblong ones, and still they didn't break. But this is also a big problem because on a drop test me and my brother end up throwing them upwards of 25-30 feet in the air before they would break on the ground. Lots of residue in some bags, no broken balls just greasy residue. Hardly ever break on target, tons of bounces, sometimes I'll think I hit a guy and move up only to get hit by the guy I thought I eliminated because this paint bounced 3-4 times. Fill is a little watery, hardly visible on black clothing. Really hurt to get hit by, doesn't bother me too much, just a surprise the first time I got in by them in the head and had tears in my eyes becaue it stung so bad.
Decent paint for the price, but I had so many bounces the last time I use them that I won't buy again.
4 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, October 18th, 2005 at 4:42 am PST
'05 SP Vision Impulse, Shocker Max-Flo, OTB Vert Trigger Frame, 14' Freak with SS insert Aluminum back, Halo/ rip drive, ND stubby derlin bolt, ND No Rise Feed neck.
Freak, Evil Pipe, Redz Pepper Sticks, or any barrel system.
Makes your machine gun into a soup cannon
I used a hopper and 2 pods during one game cause i was out of marbs. Within the first 10 second of rippin my gun i break and my barrel is just shotgunning it out so i stop and squeege and start shooting again. After a few second it break again and my balls are going everywhere but im too lazy and keep shooting hoping it clean but it doesnt, I clean again after im done with my hopper and fill/ a pod. It goes a little longer but soup cannon is my battle cry. I finish the hopper and fill with another pod and dont bother cleaning. I finally get bunker and ever though i was aimed at him the balls were going everwhere so i didnt hit him.
Even though they're cheap i would not recommend these for anyone that shoots more than 8 balls per second. They broke like crazy in my barrel and i even sized them correctly, not a very quality ball.
I bought this paint at my local field and I thought it would be horrible since I never talked to anyone who used or used it myself. I opened the bag and i did not notice any dimpled balls. I threw one ball against a tree and the paint was thick and bright. I shot it through my flatline at about 270 - 280 and it worked. I didnt break any in my flatline. I also didnt notice any shot that had a drastic curve to it. It cost me about $44( i have no idea what an average price for Charges are so i cannot say it is expensive or cheap).
These paintballs are cheap and dont bust in your barrel they are very very awesome.
The fill and the shape.
Alright I went to xphere paintball field and i paid 11 bucks for 500 or you can get 2000 for 36 they are preety accurate and the shell it just right just some of them have dimples but they shot really well no balls busted in my barrel but the fill is thin who cares its just easier to clean I would reccomend this paint for any type of play.
not even the stock barrel on the 98 will be much better
Skip this part.
Bore is too large
Well, this is the paint that the people at Bear Claw make you buy. If you dont buy it, they charge a riduculous bring your own paint fee of $12.00. The paint sucks on it. I try to put a ball down the barrel and it doesnt even roll, it sticks inside of the barrel. As some of you may know, when a ball does not move freely inside of a barrel, you lose range, lots of range. I have never encountered a bore size so large, that it wouldnt even roll down a stock barrel. I tried to shoot this out of my Opsgear Interceptor barrel and even when I jack the velocity up, the range sucks. This is a complete let down. I am going to have to recommend that Bear Claw use other paint. Also, the paint doesnt break like it should. I was shot in the chest, and it bounced off. As most of you know, your chest is not a normal area where paint is likely to bounce off of. Bad paint. Dont buy.
Do not buy this paint! Ask if there is something else!
2 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, October 23rd, 2005 at 5:59 pm PST
Hardcore cheap only 29.00 for a case , gose where u want it to
None its the best
Ok this IS the best paint ever never breaks where u dont want it to its sooooooooooo cheap i duno why its cheap its the best this is the only paint i use dont worry bout buying anything else just this and it flys straight the fill is nice and gooey so no wipeingnice bright fill
nightmare, stinger, impact, super swirl, hot spot, some other lower end pmi, marbalizer, more, just cant remember
pmr with cp 2 piece barrel system, cp on/off, cp, back cap, ndz feedneck, stock halo
whatever the boresize the paintball is
If u want to hurt someone, you'll be happy with these
i got these the first day walmart supercenter opened up in my town. i figured, hey, its a new store with fresh, new inventory. this just might be a good time to get some paint before it sits on the shelves for a few months. so i go and find these. never heard of them or seen them before in my entire life (this was a few years back when they came out. yeah, late on the review i know) and was really interested in checking them out. so i buy 500 and get home and shoot some. they were extremely oily in the bag when i opened it up but very spherical. after i got done test firing them, i looked at my target and noticed a few more things. the shell is VERY VERY HARD, so hard i threw one up about a foot above my head (im 5'10 btw) and it bounced on the concrete slab i was standing on. the paintballs broke when i shot them but i was shooting at a 3x3 piece of metal. the shell is also clear, which surprised me. the color of the paintball you see isnt the shell but actually the paint. speaking of the paint, its so thin that i could see through it. it looked exactly and i mean exactly like the so called "paint" was a mixture of your average cooking oil and blue food coloring. i dont bruise easy and i got hit in the back of the hand by this during spring break and i had a bruise in the shape of a circle from then until a little after school started back up in the FALL.
RUN AWAY! after i got done with shooting not even all 500, i had to clean my gun because of how oily the paintballs were. here's a little math for you. tough hard shell+being very oily+see-through paint = a bad investment. this is a division of brass eagle and they have been labeled in the past for producing dangerous paintballs for a reason. buy something else at walmart
cp rail on/off
pure energy 68/4500
dye ul 14" barrel
Anything they are sometimes big or they can be small use what u have its fine.
Bright , accurate, cheap and worth it.
I think people who are just starting out playing paintball they should buy some cheap things this paint is very cheap and is actually good it kinda runs but nowadays most paintballs do unless you buy like top-end paint people who have played for a while know what i'm talking about but this is a great product i use it for practice and i mean the only thing wrong like i said is just the thin fill but when u hit people more than oonce you'll know and they will definetly know lol so buy if you don't your missing out and to all the teams who love to play and practice frequently you'll like this paint because so cheap so listen me