Surge is the perfect paintball for those who want a straight flying paint without sacrificing their savings. Featuring AWX fill, this paint is sure to work in any climate anytime of the year. Shoots straight at an affordable price.
The JT Surge is newer, so it should be commonly available.
Super small bores if good condition.
Medium if dimpled or bad condition
Bright everything, fill and shell
breaks on target not in hopper or barrel
Can be seen anywhere
I used these on a field along with everyone else who was playing. Even though it was b.y.o.p i still wanted to try out the house paint. It wasnt so great looking. Dimpled. But the barrel i was using was large bored so it almost made up for the quality the balls were in. Every shot broke and accuracy and distance were better than expected (given i was using larger bored barrel and it was rifled good) but i knew when i hit someone and they knew it too.
If you can find it somewhere get it. but make sure your using hoppers and pods that are covered well or arent clear
7 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 1st, 2009 at 7:43 am PST
Evil pipe barrel kit
They're very small bore too small even for my .683 and .681 bores.
break easy but not in gun
super bright orange fill
The box the paint came in was smaller than normal paintball boxes which worried me because i thought all the paintballs would be just crammed in there, which they were but none are dimpled. even after a month i still have no dimples in my bag i have leftover. have been shot by them and honestly you cant feel them break on you they break so easy.
Dont break on impact. Flight pattern not good. Lots of dimples
I have played with these balls only once and it only took once for me to see that they were rubish i shot friends and they never broke while just randomly clearing out my hopper and co2 i shot a tree from 15 yards away and it was a 50/50 on breaks and bounces.
I will not buy again but have heard great things about other jt paintballs going to give them a shot.