they run $8.99 for a box of 500count, and are sold at Academy stores.
No problems yet.
??Glow in the Dark Paintballs?? I have used these balls for about 1yr, but they are not glow in the dark. I live in south TX where the weather is really hot, and these balls have pass the test. I play woodsball, and they have work great for me. Check them out, they sell them in packs of 500count....
Cheap/ work well / bottom line, they will get the job done..
"Whack" paintballs are the first paintballs i used and they are horrible, at least 10 busted coming out of the barrel.
I was using a Spyder Sonic Pro when i tryed these paintballs. No accesories.
I used a 9 and a half inch barrel with fantastic results.
They shoot straight and are a very nice ball for the price.
I never came across any while using this product.
these balls are great and are very cheap you can get them just about anywhere paintballs are sold. i would not recomend these for competion. i personally like to shoot the pretty colors on stuff like my walls in my room perhaps. Just kidding. I would recomend keeping these around they are really really really neat. Totally rad dude fdbsb sd fbsdb b sbs b b b bb b b b b b bb b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b.
These are great for fun and at 8.00 for 500 they are greatly priced.
easily seen 300fps down
Fill glows well
When someone is shooting hot are hard to see
Some arent perfectly round
I have only used these paintballs twice but they work great and grea fun to play in the dark. Theres nothing to really ay beside that they glow well and fly straight. I have shot about a 2000 of these (over $100) and have only had 1 chop. But i forgot to turn on my PDS. I will be playing again this week and may update with new info
only product of its kind that i know of. Great fun to use. Try it at your local indoor field. Im giving it a 9 just because of the price.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 9th, 2006 at 7:23 pm PST