The Origin Front Line range of paint is designed for the scenario player. With tight roundness and a semi brittle shell with thick marking paint, these paintballs are perfect for your full on assault or to defend your base.
Probably the most impressive aspect of this paint is the attention. Designed for the scenario player, the shell is actually camouflaged. The other team will not even see these paintballs coming. The shells are available in either jungle camouflage or desert camouflage patterns with a thick orange fill.
The Origin Frontline Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
12" Taso Winforce
Bottomline with expansionchamber
red dot sight
medium-big bore barrels
J&J, Taso Winforce and stock are excellent
Perfect round, almost no seams
and well, they are camo colored
Price was a little bit high
Let's say it like this: I'm always in search for big bore paint that would fit with my barrel(yeah, it's a pain i the a** that almost every paint is medium or small bore), but there are nice people out there that still produce big bore paint and one of them is Origin.
They're quality is excellent, they have great ideas vor shell-design, and if you want to you can hang the paint bag up on the wall or stick it on a box or whatever instead of buying a banner for 10 bucks. Anyways: I went home, walked over to my friends house and asked him what he's doing, "Nothing"' he said. I got the paint out of the backpack and asked the usual question: "You got CO2?". He went to his room and 2 mins later he was standing at the door, full in camo like always, gun in the hand, ready to rock'n'roll. when we got to the woods I ripped the bag open, poured the paint into hoppers and pods and took a close look at the paint: every ball went as deep into the barrel as the ball before when I took them to check if they would fall out of the barrel, when I was setting the sight I noticed that every paintball flew exactly straight and there was NOT a single ball in the bag that would have a dent or so, the quality was just perfect. As usually we divided the bag of 500 balls up so that my friend would get 400 and I would get 100(thats because I'm a pump player, I need 50 paintballs in the same amout of time in which my friend empties a whole bag) and even my friend with his small bore barrel didn't have any ballbreaks(don't ask why, it was a hot day, thats about it) so the balls would all fly perfectly straight. and the thick green fill is hard to wipe off and nobody cares if some trees in the woods are full of green paint. The paint is VERY easy to wash out with water, even after two or three days, I had trouble getting pink paint from a different brand off a fence with garden hose. The shell isn't too oily, not like other paint I used before, which sometimes make your hands really sticky. And the best of all: The shell is camo painted.
If you are tired of searching for good big bore paint, you really should try these ones.
Maybe some of you would call me a newby, but I would seriously go into a tournament with these paintballs and- just because the label says "woodsball" that doesn't mean you cant use it for speed or backyard slaughters.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 29th, 2007 at 3:51 pm PST
I opened these up and was enamored at the sick colour of this paint. There were virtually no balls with dents. I used them and they were quite accurate with no breaks in my A-5. The fill is nothing amazing just a nice bright green that is thick and hard to wipe. I found them to be sort of like the woodsball version of xball, consistent and just a great overall paintball. They are sweet for a woodsballer who wants solid performance and no pain in the butt cleaning.
Solid paint that breaks on target and not in your marker
I have a black/red epiphany with virtue board, virtue eyes, smart parts q-lock feedneck, smart parts s-rail, smart parts freak back/all american tip.
Good, strong, well made balls
Well I first encountered these paintballs while attending a local tourament. They were around 35-40 bucks. Me and my team shot couple boxes of these and they shot very well. Didn't break any of these during the entire day of play and later day of play at a local field a while later. They hold of very well and have good fill. Only problem I encountered is since it is a multicolor shell my halo signaled a jam twice that day(one during tourney, one after) but it was just a random deal, never had the problem later during the day of play at my local field.
Brass Eagle Monster Balls
Gameface (I think) IMPCAT-VERY GOOD
2005 Smart Parts Ion Pro - Red
Smart Parts Q-Lock-red
Smart Parts 14" FREAK-red
Smart Parts S-Rail On/Off-red
CP Sling Blade Trigger
TechT L7 Bolt
Worr Gas 50/3000
Any 687 bore
I use that on my FREAK with good accuracy and no barrel breaks
cheap-$40 for 2000
I bought some of these at my local pb shop. I match them to my freak insert and found the 687 to work best! Extremely good accuracy, bright fill, and a cool camo shell! I could hold my marker still hit hit the same spot over and over from about 50 feet! They're cheap too, I paid $40 for 2000 or $12 for 500!
Tech t L7
Trinity Universal Drop/Asa
Crtical roller bearing trigger (red)
Very little seam
Sweet camo shell
Hard but not to hard shell
Hmm i suppose that for your apponent you wont see them coming:P
Great paint just got it its accurate, looks cool and has a great color inside enough said go buy yourself a case or 2 it'll be well worth your money. Oh and 1 more thing on the box it says something about scenario, all you speedball folk out there dont be turining it away because of that, its really good for any type of ball.
Great, accurate, fun, and well who doesn't like camo?