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-They have paint in them
-Colour is cool
-Break a little too easy
These paintballs must be the worst paintballs i have ver used. I would rather use White box then this.I bought a case at a local field cause i was short on money for a while and couldnt go any higher and man did i regret it.I chopped sooo much its not funny.I couldnt even get all the balls out of the feedneck cause they would break and jam the bolt.This is a pain if your playin speedball and ur bolt jams.
Only buy this paint for practise(if ur desprite for paint) or if ur rlly short on money which i would spend the extra 10 bucks and buy white box
08 PMR SE
Empire Reloader B
PMI Pure Energy 68/3000
Anything large, these gets stuck in my .690
Hard shell (woodsball paint)
I play mostly rec, and therefore have moslty used this paint. I though it was decent when I started paintballing, but I now realize they suck. They are egg-shaped, oily and size varies very much. I dropped 20 of these balls through my .690 barrel and this is the results: 10 rolled through, 6 got stuck, 4 came out with my breath (4 perfect, 10 decent and 6 bad.
This paint has a very thick shell though, so I have had 1 chop EVER, and about 5 barrel breaks in a case (with the barrel above). That means they don't break in the gun or barrel, or on leaves in the way out in the woods, but they don't always break on people either.
It's a ok paint if you are very short on cash. Much better in the woods than on the field. Hard shell. Large.