Sterling Game paint is designed to be incorporated into virtually any level of game play; perfect for the astute recreational player, the discriminating field owner, and the accomplished tournament player alike.
Something with good bore match and proper ball control (for the first 8 inches at least) (Hint: a longer back)
Affordable, Consistent, Ball on ball, Bore match is unsurpassed
None I've come across
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.
I am thoroughly impressed.
Buy these! These are the most consistently bore matched paintballs I've every see. No dimples ever.
planet eclipse E*tek ego
Dye UL barrel
gloss purple CCU kit
No bounces at all
some barrel breaks on HP setups
this paint is awesome. I've been shooting it for a couple of months now and i've never seen one bounce or have never taken a bounce. This paint is a little picky though in High Pressure setups like my ego. But ive never seen a matrix chop with this paint so thats where i get my info. from
This MAY be the stores fault but...
there was paint in each bag of 500 balls so each ball had paint all over it. Shooting them was terrible, paint went off to the side, up, down, and everywhere. Make sure these aren't broken in the bag before you buy them. They also didn't break a lot of the time on a 2x4 piece of wood.
Check to see that there are no broken balls before you buy. This is good paint for target practice.