This ball is durable enough to be shot out of any marker and the fill is just right for everyday field use. For its consistency and price, this ball is a sure bet for any rec player and great for team practice.
Yellow shell and fill
Durable shell designed to eliminate barrel breaks
Created to be shot out of any marker
The WPN Killabeez Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
-cp direct mount
-eclipse dart qev
-cp sling trigger
-Halo b no rip
-45/45 crossfire hp
Well i used my stock ion barrel and the paint to bore match was perfect
so any .687 barrel
None that i encountered
fill kinda watery. but u can still see it good
I picked up a case of grey shell and white fill from my paintball store and it was at like 40 bucks a case so i was like ok. then i when to test the bore size and it was a perfect match to my ion barrel so .689. also when you shoot the white fill with grey shell it looks like bird poop when it is alot.
the fill was kinda watery but it was very visible
It is a very good paint for it's price and it is considered weapons grade at my field. But hey it is good paint. Buy it. Use it. Be happy
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, June 29th, 2006 at 1:56 pm PST
spyder pilot, evo 3 egg loader, 3000 psi tank
phantom pump, 12 gram co2, 15 rnd loader
Dont break in barrel
I bought this paint at my local paintball store for $35 so i didnt expect much but when i opened them they were perfectly round. Then when i went to play they were very accurate and I only chopped 3 out of 2000. I was very happy with this paint.
I recommend this paint to anyone who wants good quality paint at a good price
A-5 with RS trigger, cyclone hopper, Flatline Barrel
not a Flineline or Apex
none that I know of
Too many busted balls in my cyclone feed system
I went to Splatbrothers for "Market Garden" on March 1st of this year. This Killer Bee paint was the Mid Grade for sale and nobody could use it. If you had an A-5 with an Cyclone Hopper it kept breaking during the feed into your barrel. And nobody with an Apex barrel could shoot it either. People were giving the Killer Bee away and having to buy Field Grade paint just to be able to play. At the end of the day you could see boxes 1/2 full of Killer Bee paint laying all over the camp ground. This is the first time I have taken the time to leave a review......and I would not write it if it was not the truth.
Never going to buy this paint, or attend an event that is using this paint.
Did not break in barrel
Didn't always break on soft targets (clothing)
Still searching for that low cost but quality paintball and I may have found it. Used these in 95 degree (may have been hotter) heat and out of the 2000 rounds only had one break in the barrel. They pretty much flew to where I was aiming and I could see when they hit. My son complained that they bounced too much off of his targets, but I didnt seem to have too much trouble with that. Other players paintballs were bouncing off of me all day, figure the heat has a lot to do with that.
I'm not the biggest fan of yellow paint, (just my preference) but this yellow showed up quite well.
For the cost we paid (and compaired to similar prices paint) I was very happy with these paintballs. I will be using them again.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 20th, 2009 at 8:44 am PST
They are a very good brand for rec ball, i use them in my 98 all the time, hardly ever breaks and i get good consisty with them as well. They are nice and bright, so you can watch where they are going. The actual paint is a consistant, nice blend. I have had no problems with bounces either.
A good all rounder paint, but toxic is better for me