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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 7.3 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $20

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Target Balls™ for Combat-X, the reusable paintball target practice system. The target system comes with an enormous 18" target divided into twenty numbered sections much like a dart board. The system is available in both .43 and .68 caliber. The .43 Target Balls™ are for use with RAP4 .43 caliber markers, and work with RAP4's shell casing ejections system. The .68 Target Balls™ work with all standard .68 caliber markers using either gravity or electronic feeders. Target Balls™ are fun and can be used for target practice to improve shooting and aiming skill, especially the snap shot. Or setup a line at a fixed distance from the target and challenge your paintball team to a game of C02-powered darts.

Target Balls™ are made with a rubber core for an overall heavier weight that increases the flight distance and accuracy of each shot. Target Balls can be shot from over 50 feet while still maintaining a flat projection on the target. This is ideal for honing your aiming skills.

This off-season, don’t just sit there waiting for the snow to melt. While you are waiting, your opponents are training. Now you can be, too.

Key Feature of Target Balls™:
• No mess; paintless and reusable
• Cleans barrel while having fun
• Target practice without going to the field
• Ideal for improving for your skill shots
• Works with all markers
Product Availability 
The Real Action Paintball Target Balls are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
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outoftowner Monday, January 28th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
nothing like this
Marker Setup: -BT-4 combat
-red lazer cross hair sight
-flashlight on lower rail (just to show it off i usually take it off before games)
-9 oz CO2
-standard 200 rd hopper
-JCS folding stock
Strengths: -Can use it anywhere
-No mess
-Cleans barrel
Weaknesses: -Target will tear a bit
-Might ding drywall
Review: Well to start everything off, ONLY USE THIS PRODUCT WHEN IT IS AGAINST A HARD SURFACE, i used it just leaning against a wall with a sweater behind it so it didnt sag in it middle, do not do that. If you do not have it hanging on the wall or a board or something the "paintballs" will actually tear it, 6 of mine tore through the velcro, and one went completely through the target, but other than that little mistake this product is great. If you live in an area that gets really cold in the winter then this product is great.
Conclusion: Get it for the winter, it keeps you fresh.
Rating:
7 out of 10
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victory99999999 Friday, June 22nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
None really similar
Marker Setup: T9 elite (minus flashlight and laser, pointless where i play)
Triumph ssl-200 loader
Strengths: Allows you to shoot inside
cleans barrel while shooting
reusable
Weaknesses: Can ding drywall
Review: I bought this as a birthday gift for my brother, he has an a5 w/ flatline, the ammo does not work with the flatline, he had to revert to the stock barrel. it worked well, it also works with my tiberius 9 which is a large bore .691 barrel. It shoots fairly consistenly, i use only the feedneck to load the balls because they are to small for the magazine and jam easily in a hopper. I shoot across a room, so i need to have something behind the target or the balls do ding the drywall.

Conclusion: Overall a good product and i would definitely buy again because the price is awesome for a good product.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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Kiba000 Wednesday, May 23rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
V-balls
Marker Setup: ion, apache, 68/4.5k Crossfire
Strengths: Reusable.
Weaknesses: To light
.68 bore size is waay to small for most barrels.
Review: I won these in a tournament so i have no idea how much they cost. All i can tell you is that they work rather well but they are to light. they do not trigger the sensor in my hopper so i get them to feed in little 6 ball bursts then i have to shake my hopper. They work well as a snap shooting drill tool.
Conclusion: Good poduct.
Rating:
7 out of 10
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