Other Karnage brands
Xball Bronze, Silver, Gold
Any barrel kit with adjustable bore
Nice thick fill
Clear marking ability
Consistent bore size (.688-.689)
It isn't cheap.
A split color shell would be nice
This is good paint. It breaks where it's supposed to, on your target and not in your barrel. I haven't had any problems with breaks in my gun, even in poor weather conditions. THe fill is excellent, very easy to see and very thick making it difficult to wipe. The bore size was also very consistent. I use a freak kit and have been using the .689 bore without any problems with this paint.
I would recommend this paint to any tournament level player and to most rec players as well, although I don't know how it will react to high pressure markers.
I've used every brand out there. The only paint that comes close is Hellfire or 420, but RIP I think is better
Driver Customs Freestyle Pro.
& oh, Consistancy is the best!
Shoots too good
Very addictive paint. LOL
When I shot some of the first batches of RIP to hit the market, I wasn't very impressed. The fill wasn't that bright but it still had a decent shell, but the guys at Karnage didn't stop improving on the formula. After the first run, they went back & added some of the thickest, nastiest fills you could ever put in a paintball. Over the last 2 weekends, I've had a chance to shoot some of the final production formula of RIP. This paint now is totally unbelievable. The two colors I tested were metallic orange shell-neon orange fill & metallic pink(more of a red shell)-Hot pink fill. The fills were like toothpaste & very bright. The shell was so brittle you could drop a ball from waist high & it would break, but I never experienced any breaks in the gun. During play, I could shoot loose hanging jerseys or pants from across the field & still break on target.
This is the perfect tournament paintball. I wouldn't recommend it for high pressure markers but if you have a high end LP marker, go for it. You won't be disappointed.
RPS all-star and marbs paintballs
PMI premium paintballs
Diablo heat paintballs
Empire Engage and Enertia paintballs
Empire Reloader w/sound activation
Red pepper stick barrel kit
Hammerhead barrel kit
Tadao Infamous board
Small to medium bore size barrel
Break on target
No soft spots
Seem not the best.
RPS marbs/all-star has a better seem.
Great balls, I would recommend these paint to any players. Shoots great, do not break in barrel. Accuracy is good. My friends enjoyed shooting these when I bought a few cases for speedball. The price is not bad at all. These paint are pretty consistantly rounded with hardly any soft spots. The seem is not as smooth as other paint I've bought, but doesn't really effect accuracy too much.
I have shot a few cases and would buy this product again. The price is not bad.....better quality will give you better accuracy and will allow you to shoot less paint while playing.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 30th, 2007 at 3:13 am PST
Clear PM6 CP trigger. halo b w/ vic and rip 48/45CP 16 inch UL
Shoots really straight. good in cold weather
My team used this paint at XPSL and it was some of the straightest shooting paint we have ever used. very good stuff. premium quality at a low end price. i would recommend this paint to anyeone. you know its good if it got used at a national event. every team that was using it was having good luck with it and it was 30 degrees outside.
Good paint makes paintball more fun. buy this paint.
Great paint. The shell is thin enough that when it makes contact with your opponent it is going to break, but it's not going to burst in your average high end gun. The fill is NASTY, there will be no wiping of this paint.
If you are shooting a mid/low end high pressure gun, you will want to avoid this.
proto trix with ups, 68/45 tank , shockteck asa new design trigger and feedneck
redz pepper stix .689
thick shell NO ONE CAN WIPE IT OFF really bright bright fill
This stuff is well some of the greatest paint ive ever used. The fill in these paintballs are very thick. So it pretty much eliminates all forms of wyping. But one of the main things that suprised me was how good it broke on everything and everyone. But some other important things was like how cheap it is. It is really good paint for how cheap it is but this is all of my review hope it was helpfull
This paint is.... well... ok. its not as good as Karnage Tear. The case i got was dimpled, but i thought it was just mine, so i looked at all of the other player's paint that had the same as me and it too was dimpled. I was a little dissapointed when a paintball broke in my hopper while just running to a bunker...
.687, I was shooting a .688 and could blow it out pretty easily
Neon fill is very brite, thin shelled, nice seam, shoots very straight
Personally I would like a thicker waxy fill with a split colored shell
I won a case of this paint at a tourney, while shooting the lower grade tear. I don't like the single color shell, and thought the fill was a bit runny. It does shoot very straight though and is easy to see break with the neon fill. I have actually played a game to test breaks on people at range. I think it will be okay though, as it is very thin shelled. I hope I don't have a problem with barrel breaks. Not sure on price, as it was won.
Very brite fill, shoots straight, would be better with a split color shell though in my opinion
Would be a great paint for low light games, like indoor or with blacklights!
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More than 5 years
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Any with adjustable bore.
They break on target.( If you can get them to hit the target)
Very inconsistent sizing. Some balls mesured less than .60
These have to be some of the worst paintballs I and my friends have ever tried. The sizing was so inconsistent that they were impossible to use. They ranged from to big to fit in the largest barrel to so small that they just fell out of the smallest one.
The ones that we could get to shoot did break well on target. I give them a 2. If you can find a consistent box they should work well.