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Number of Reviews: 4
Average Rating: 3.8 / 10
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Get Balls Paintballs are uniquely designed to offer the greatest barrel breakage, while the micro shell breaks on impact. With heavyweight fills, even on the Thunder grade, opponents will be visibly marked. Tolerance levels of two-thousandths assure players of consistency in shape and size. Get Balls Paintballs are medium bored allowing them to be fired through virtually any sized barrel.
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Unregistered User Wednesday, February 20th, 2002
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Only tested2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
almost every paint out there...this paint is about as good as some rocks u find on the ground. you would be better off just shooting air
Marker Setup: Bruizer Outlaw with an 18" boomstick, a mako storm handle, 9v revvy, core performance CO2 reg, 20oz CO2 tank, and a dye sticky grip
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Barrels:
hmmm i have a boomstick which shoots just about all paint well...cept this $h!t. this paint is even worse than brass eagle..but it dont smell as bad. no barrel could shoot this paint good
Strengths: the good about this paint.....lets see...the price...thats bc they are so poor quality. the description of these paintballs (above) says they will for sure break on the target...thats if they even make it through your barrel. i swear, you can talk bad about these paintballs with them in ur presence and they will break. and then if they make it thru ur barrel ull be lucky if they hit the target in 10 shots.
Weaknesses: everything is bad about these paintballs. they dont shoot straight, all of them are lopsided, and they break every other time in your barrel. these paintballs suck
Conclusion: dont buy this paint. well...buy it if u want to shoot 10x more times to hit your target and wanna spend 5 hrs out of the day cleaning your gun and barrel bc the paint does nothin but break in it. if you are a rec player or tourney player, this paint is not for you, dont use it.
Rating:
3 out of 10
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Unregistered User Saturday, October 28th, 2000
 
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: Inexpensive, breaks on target, no bouncers. The Thunder (blue) bright color is easy to see.
Weaknesses: Bad quality, paint is not round and the accuracy is poor. I needed to shoot numerous balls to hit the target. I fired a thousand rounds using an STO with a 14 " Boomstick. I broke balls in every game.
Conclusion: The paint doesn't work well with a small bore barrel. You need to use a medium or large bore barrel to avoid breakage. It's ok to use for a fun rec. game with your friends, because it is inexpensive. I would'nt recommend it for a tournament player because of it's bad performance.

For the same cost I would recommend PMI Premium paintballs, because there are no brakes in your barrel, due to the thicker shell and the accuracy is slightly better.
Rating:
5 out of 10
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Unregistered User Tuesday, October 24th, 2000
 
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: OK, we just put five hundred rounds of their higher grade stuff(Tornado) thru a couple of markers, and I've gotta say, this paint, as far as quality goes, is incredible, didn't break a single ball in our Dye 12" or Taso Winforce 14" barrels, shot as straight as an arrow, broke on impact every time, even at over 6bps in a gravity fed Spyder it didn't break a single ball.

Also, just fired 50 rounds of their cheap stuff(Thunder) in the same markers, heavier(much better range)
And a thicker fill too.
Weaknesses: It's far too light, therefore, range was crap. At 290 fps they were dropping well short of what our rps does. Also the lack of weight would mean in even a slight wind, you wouldn't stand a chance of getting a straight shot. Also, the fill was anything but thick, I've seen tap water thicker than this fill did.

Regarding the cheapr(Thunder) paint - couldn't hit the side of a barn if I tried with this stuff... spun all over the place...
Conclusion: It's an ok paint for rec play, more so indoor due to the lack of weight in the balls, less hurt at close range. Their Tornado stuff would make for incredible tourney paint if they only put a much heavier fill in it. Unfortunately, this one stumbling block is a big one and will have to be resolved b4 they stand a chance of being regarded as a quality paint.
Rating:
6 out of 10
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tippmann-mania Sunday, October 12th, 2003
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Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
marbalizers-the best balls around
zap sport-ok for price
pmi premiums-good balls
diablo midnights-same as zaps
Marker Setup: tippmann 98
flatline
sometimes stock barrel
Recommended
Barrels:
none
Strengths: only egg shapes balls around
Weaknesses: inaccurate in every barrel, poor range, don't mark well, oily
Review: These things simply dont fly strait.
I actualy got a decent accurate stock barrel and i can not hit a thing with these balls.
i can't hit people 25 feet in front of me with these things! since theese things only have a range of like 75 feet because of there ligh wieght.
From what i see you would be better off using cheeper brass eagle stuf than this crap or rocks for that matter.
And the price of these balls is not eexactly low. ($65 per 2000)
So you are better of buying expensive paint were you can acctualy hit people that this stuff were you need to empty your hopper to get one guy. So you may saver $5 on this paint but sice you need to use so much it is just a huge waste of money.
Conclusion: don't get these balls!
they are the most innaccurate balls you can get, not worth the money since you need to use so manny. I would give these a 0 out of 10 but a 1 will have to do.
Rating:
1 out of 10
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