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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $40

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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.
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elbrookso Tuesday, March 25th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Chronic, Origin Signature, Proball Platinum......Prety much everything ZAP.
Marker Setup: 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
Recommended
Barrels:
Archon Winforce, SP Progressive anything in a .689 to .691
Strengths: Very Accurate
Very Round
Brittle Shell
Bright Fill
Cost
Weaknesses: Shell could be too brittle for some e-hoppers. Warm weather only!
Review: 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.
Conclusion: I would recomend these balls to anyone (using HPA) forboth cost and effect..
Rating:
10 out of 10
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ikey Wednesday, March 26th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
most standard feild paints
Marker Setup: pm6, VSC phantom
Recommended
Barrels:
anything that fits
Strengths: Break well, pretty round, small seam, decent fill, not dimpled
Weaknesses: Well great for standard feild paints but they arent anything amazing
Review: 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.
Conclusion: 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.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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