Sterling Pro paint is designed with one thing in mind. Winning tournaments. If you are looking for a tournament product that doesn't break the bank, look no further.
Thick, nasty, anti-wipe fills.
Able to withstand the rigors of ripping off extremely high rates of fire with just enough resilience to stave off gun breaks.
Ultra viscosity, neon fill colors
Works best in low pressure setups
The Sterling Pro Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
all american 14 inch
evil pipe kit
trinity on off
redz clamping feed neck
new designz roller trigger
works perfectly in all my barrels
These paintballs are unwipeable. There was a cheater on the other team and he would wipe other shots but no way could he wipe this one. It has pin point accuracy and has the brightest thickest fill i have ever seen. The seam is almost invisible and there were no dimples. The shell is perfectly round and none of them were egg shaped.
Accurate, thin shelled, no breaks in the bag, consistent bore, great price.
None that I could see.
I've used nearly every paint on the market. I cannot say this brand far surpasses all others but it's affordable and is high quality. I have used this product regularly for practices and have only experienced two chops, and it's questionable to say if that was the paint or the guns fault. If stored well this paint will be superbly accurate and consistent just an other high end paint. I have found that the bore consistency is better than any other paint I've used. Over about the span of one year I've received one bad case of paint out of probably 30 cases. And that was probably because it was stored improperly. Thus proving that Sterling's quality control is very good as well.
It's affordable, bore consistency is unmatched, great high end paint, shoots just as far and accurate as the top paints on the market.
x ball "visible impact"
Brass eagle "monster ball" (no i didnt buy that junk, someone gave them to me on the field b/c i dropped my hopper and it was a no-pod game)
Standard tippmann custom pro, 11 barrel gravity hopper, double trigger
Very accurate within the first 45 ft
Curve after about 45 ft.
They seem to 'sink' more than other-balls-when-shot
well, these are sold for $80 per case at my local field, and I won 2000 of them for free after eating 2 pieces of a disghusting pizza with "everything" on it (jalipino peppers, coffee grinds, pickles, mustard, etc:.) Today i tested them for the first time, and noticed awesome accuracy within the first 45 ft, after that they curved worse than the brass eagles i used that someone gave me.
Good if your on the "front lines" and are taking alot of close shots.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
More than 5 years
Similar Products Used:
Dusk, Scorch, Stinger, Premium, ect.
Smart Parts Ion, CP ASA on/off, Qlock, 14in. linear barrel, 72/3000 Pure Energy, Empire Reloader 2
couldnt tell you
I got 1000 of these paintballs from academy because no one had seen them before, and i figured that i would try them out. as i put them into my gun and chronographed, they seemed alright. the shell is too think, and way too hard. they were all different in shape(hitting 4bps from a 20 yard shot would have a spread of about 10 feet(yeah, they are that bad)). for some reason, when i would one ball, they were somewhat decent, but anything moderately quick would just stink beyond all rational thought. every about 5th shot would barrel break right around the porting. it is not my barrel, it did the same thing to 3 different barrels. about 1 in every 50 would chop in the breach. it was about 70 degrees, not humid, and very slow winds. how much better can it get? good at one balling, pumps mabey, but even semis should not get this stuff.
If at all possible, dont get this stuff. They are not the the cheapest by far, but they shoot like they were the cheapest thing there ever was.