The economical choice of recball players and tournament players alike. Its tough shell allows it to be used in a wide variety of markers and weather without worry about breakage. It still has a bright and thick fill that is hard to wipe off. Great performance "on-a- budget". Available in: pink shell / pink fill, orange shell / orange fill, yellow shell / yellow fill, and green shell / green fill.
The PWI PWI Player's Choice is newer, so it should be commonly available.
wpn weapons grade, toxic, elixir
draxxus bronze, field gold, truimph
Bob Long Rapper
usb yakuza tadao board
on/off gear drive asa
14 inch. stiffi mamba
.690-.693 bore size
seam is consistent
shell is durable
WILL break at what you shoot at
Ok.. bought these because they were out of toxic.... let me state that to me its a good substitute.... at my shop it was 30 bucks total... when i opened the bag i noticed there were no dimples on the paint; so no crappy investment here ...when i got to shoot this paint i recongized that this paint is very consistent, its accurate, the fill is phenominal, and to top it off it could perform very well in hot tempatures... what i disliked like about the paint however is how oily it can get... since i have a jrny(i know dont bag on me bout it... luckily i got a functioning one) and how it uses the eye system to read the paint.... the oil from the paint would eventually disrupt the eyes... after a few games i'd have to clean the eyes.. but after switching to a force fed hopper a.k.a my rotor this problem/issue never accured again... but cleaning my two hoppers after the day i noticed all this oily residue within my hoppers... few wipes here and there though n its as if nothing happened...
So.... if you want paint thats inexpensive, that is very consistent, that has a thick fill...oh and doesnt mind the minor oily issue...then go with these i assure you... that you won't be disappointed.. just make sure that you got a fresh batch b4 u get it...
us paintball forum readers hate how people go get paint not knowing that it is so many weeks old then obviously going to have a real bad time with it... then start trying to rant on how crappy it is just because the person got an old batch of the paint...
I bought these paintballs because they were cheap, and my local paintball store were having a sale on them. At first I thought that these paintballs were crappy. Man was I WRONG! They are hard and they break on impact! They're so accurate. I was scared at first these paintballs were crap but they can keep up with Draxxus! I've used tournament grade paintballs and by far this can keep up with the competing brand for half the cost, I got a case of 2000 for only $25, Yeah only $25!. Don't be fooled by the way it looks, it may look like Monsterballs but they perform WAY BETTER by a mile! Get these paintballs and you wont be dissapointed.
GET IT !, It's soo cheap! and VERY accurate! Don't listen to the guy who gave it a 4/10. He probably got an old case or he's using a crappy gun.
pretty much anything that fits the bore, even the flatline doesn't massacre this paint
-Doesn't chop or break
-Doesn't break on any clothes (only on facemask)
These balls are cheap, no doubt. But beware, if you choose to save the cash and buy these balls, you will not hit anyone in the entire playing day, and even if you do, the balls wont even break on them. You can slam these things on the ground really hard and all they'll do is bounce really high! the consistency is awful and the accuracy is too. no barrel can really make this paint work well.
Don't buy expensive barrels - save the money you would be spending and just buy boxes of marbs or evils and you will kill everyone. the best barrel will not hit anyone with this paint, but hey, at least it's cheap!
Maxim(ones made by brass eagle)
Spyder Shutter Java edition(semi-auto)
-200 round hopper
-16 inch Dust Blue .689 barrel by Custom Products
With this paint,anything good for close range.
Liked personally the blue shell and green fill
Shell was soft(indentation easily)
Half didn't impact
So this is my first review on this website and is very exciting.
Anyways, I decided to try and buy something different. I read the reviews from above and was wondering why there wasn't that much feedback for this frigging product. Well, I see why now.
This paint is by far the worst stuff i've used. Every time shot it would zip to the left and right and then just go straight down. I was only able to get one person out but it involved shooting when he was literally right in front of my face. I shot five times and 2 didn't even pop.
The shell just scared me every time it went into my gun. I could press my index finger into it and it would leave a big indentation. I had also just opened the bag. Luckily it didn't. All shot went out.....somewhere. I was afraid of hitting my own teammates as well as hit someone outside the brushball area.
The only reason i bought this paint was because i wanted to try something different. It was also one of the cheapest paints in my town. Also i did like like the color of the shell which was blue and also my favorite color.
Overall, this paint was terrible and i got made fun of by my friends. The guy above said he loves it. I don't know what he's talking about since this brand of paint has like been sitting in my local paintball shop for who knows how long. Probaly longer than the untouched recon balls at my Walmart. I don't know and I sure as hell really dont want to take a chance again of getting a high chance of very old/bad paint. Alot of my friends want me to stick to maxim but I want to be able to tell who i got out as well be different.
I highly doubt I'll buy this paint again but anything can happen.If your on a budget i guess buy some if you really want to be cheap but we warned. You don't know how long your guy at the local paintball shops been holding it for. I would suggest just get Maxims(if its in stock) at Sports authority or pay a little bit more for Impact at Walmart. They'll work fine. I'm giving it a two because i liked the shell/fill. It being cheaper than suppose to could have also been a factor that the guy was trying to get rid of it all.