These paintballs compared to Hitman, close enough to hitman.
ICD Promaster [I have 2 pics of them up]
Vlocity and Halo with V35
Pepperstickz [I also have a Freak Kit]
Lucky's LP Valve
Any Kit would do. My pepperstickz own.
Very Round Shell
Hard to see coming at you
Breaks on contact
None, abseloutly none.
I uploaded a pic of this paint yesterday, and today i got done running through the whole case. I was very impressed. They were being sold at my local store for $45, so I was a little worried that they wont hold up to other 45 dollar paint because i have never heard of this company before. Anyway, they ripped on the field, I loved how they are so hard to see, no one will see them coming at them, they are just flawless. Very round shell, accurate, and breaks on contact. I am glad that I paid 48 [after tax] for this case, it truly is worth the 48 dollars i paid.
I recently found a pod worth of the Hitman paintballs that I bought when i wrote this review. I was checking on the balls, and all i can say is WOW. The balls were in PERFECT condition, i mean, PERFECT, they looked like I had JUST bought em from the store. They were in my closet and inside the bad that they came in, the bag was open, and again, had about a pod worth of paint. they all looked GREAT. no dimples, no bumps, NOTHING. I am AMAZED. Nothing but this paint for me from now one, NOTHING
Do not hesitate to try this paint. They are great for the money
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 3rd, 2006 at 12:34 am PST
Breaks on contact every time
Nice Splat Color
Relatively hard to see coming at you
None for me
Pretty consistant stuff, best I have used. I have gone through 3 boxes and have never had one break in the barrel. People I have hit say they did not see the paint coming at them. I love the green spat it makes. I have used this paint at fields that require a maximum of 240 fps and 280 fps and noticed no difference in its ability to break on contact, even at fairly long ranges
'05 Spyder Electra
Dye Sticky Grips
CO2 only (so far)
Stock right now but waiting on J&J Ceramic Full Tilt
Good breakage on contact
None that I found
After shooting the other brands above, I gave these a try and was very impressed. They fit the stock barrel on my Electra just right, and their trajectory was excellent. No tapering off to either side and hit right where i was aiming. I had no problems with breakage in the hopper or gun and the shell color (pink and blue) gives you a good line of sight as to where your paint is going. The price is hard to beat- $30.00 per case at the Corona Expo. Fortunately I bought three cases. Just have to fing them somewhere else now.
If you stumble across this paint in your local PB Shop, give it a try. I don't think you will be disappointed. I certainly wasn't.
Any kit but these dont easily swell so your stock should be okay.
Always broke on target
None from what I saw.
When I first saw these I was some what skeptical seeing as how they are made from a company from Taiwan but when I put them to the test they performed way better than I thought.They always broke on target and when they did they let you know with a bright,heavy,pink fill.When compared to other paintballs I have used I saw that they didn't curve like most paintballs(not to say they don't ever swerve)almost all of them where going where I wanted them to.One thing I thought was unique is that when they break they break into these little flakes.I also like the fact that jumbo(company that makes the paint)provides each bag with an anti-moisture silicon packet.
Overall I would say buy this paint.It's reliable and doesn't break the bank.Don't be hesitant to buy just because their not that well known.If you buy it I am sure you wont be disappointed.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 28th, 2008 at 10:20 pm PST