These are High Performance paintballs. They come in Green/Yellow and Red/Yellow. They are thin shelled, but I have never had one break in my barrel. They are very round and have a very small seam, virtually seamless.
Shooting them out of a stock MR-1, at 30+ yards, they hit ball-on-ball.
The Archon Paintball Banzai Bushido is newer, so it should be commonly available.
Chronic, Origin Signature, Proball Platinum......Prety much everything ZAP.
Synergy with VL Force Loader, Archon Winforce Barrel, HPA system
MR-1with Archon Winforce Barrel, CO2
MR-2 with VL Force Loader, SP Progressive Barrel, HPA System
Archon Winforce, SP Progressive anything in a .689 to .691
Shell could be too brittle for some e-hoppers. Warm weather only!
Playing mostly woods-ball, sunny weather with 68-75 temp.
Let me just start by saying that this is the best paint that I have ever used, economically speaking.
If this ball has a flaw, I'm not sure what it is. This ball is very true in roundness and flies as straight as an arrow. You never have to worry about a bouncer either. When this ball hits, it just explodes. The only pieces that you see after a hit are just little shards.
This paint literally hits ball on top of ball. I would compare it to Chronic, Marbs and Evil any day. But, for the price, this paint is the best around at $44 +S&H per 2000.
The fill is as brilliant as they come. You can see a hit all the way across the field.
The only thing about these balls is that you need a good hopper with an eye. On the VL Force, the continuous agitator can and will pop a ball every now and then. CO2 does not work well with these balls either. The shell is too brittle and will bust 1 in about every 100. If you are using a non-ported barrel though, you can push the paint out with a squeegee and just keep on shootin'. The fill is semi-thick and semi-oily, so it cleans pretty easily.
The only ones that I have had bust in the barrel out of 6000 were using CO2. I have never had one bounce off anyone.
I would recomend these balls to anyone (using HPA) forboth cost and effect..
Break well, pretty round, small seam, decent fill, not dimpled
Well great for standard feild paints but they arent anything amazing
this is some of the better paint i have seen at my local field. generally tehy range anywhere from rampage to ultra evils. standards are generally pmi premiums or something along that line. after a couple times of getting dimpled, unaccurate paint and was odd sizes, this stuff came it.
its probably a tad higher grade than most standard paints i have used. it was not oily or dimpled. it flew decently striahgt, and thank GOD unlike a lot of the paints they had it seemed to break every time it hit somebody. i pay pump about 50 % of the time. so if i hit somebody with 1 shot (which we all know is hard enough) and it doesnt break i eel like packing up my stuff and going home. dont you just hate days when you can rip a string with an electro andsee 15 bounces? not worth playing.
I would gladly use this paint any day. i would not pay top dollar for it, but its pretty good stuff for the standard feild stuff.