I've been testing a few in the last couple year, long story short, too many to mention and remember.
Tippmann US Army Alpha Black Tactical w/
Archon's NEW Revolutionary 200 Round Gravity fed hopper,
20oz remote line CO2 NXe 4+1
Overlord Rx Pistol w/ laser sight
Custom made P90 prototype
Uh? .68 Barrels
No wobble in air
nice smooth form
The Thin & Light Color Fill
Right off the bat
This paint is cheap yet decent for normal play.
The balls don't wobble in air and seem light enough to fly nice without getting swayed.
Hitting the target
They almost always break on the target, and not in the barrel.
Yet the fill is too light colored and is barely noticable.
Not to mention the fill is also runny, consistancy is super light weight.
Cheap for decent paint, perfect for casual games
I think the paint is a great buy for what you get.
We use these at our own course, you really can't beat the price, they are actually cheaper than what it states above.
But, I rather use DraXxus or other X ball brands when I'm at a actual PB course
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009 at 7:49 pm PST
From Expensive tournament paint down to Monster Balls
Tippmann 98 Custom
Barrels: All American, Stone Cold, Progressive, VL Carbon Fiber
Worr Machine (stock)
Accurate, No Dimples, Cheap, Consistent, very few bounces
Fill is TERRIBLE, Bright RED shell
We tried these paintballs just to see what they were like. I was impressed. For being only $30 a case they were very accurate, very few bounces, no breaks, ball to ball consistency was good, and they did not have dimples or misshaped balls in any of the cases that we saw played with in the last month. The only thing that I found as a dissapointment was the fill. The fill is terrible. There are two different color fills, but they both look the same. A real thin light pinkish-white. Too runny and easy to wipe, if you even see where you got hit. The shell is also a bright red, which is not the best when you are playing woods ball.
If you are strapped for cash these balls are great. Fill is weak but the rest of the ball is very good.
98 Custom Pro E with eVLution 3 hopper and 20oz Co2
Tippmann High Performance 11inch barrel worked nicely
Good hard shell, therefore don't chop. Bright fill. Price
Some were dimpled, hard shell bounces. smells gross.
I got a good deal for 2000 of these paintballs for $35. My former paintball experience involved a lot of chopping, but nope, not with these paintballs. They have a very thick shell that would not explode in my gun, but, would not always explode on what I was shooting at. These balls smelled very bad, which isn't a biggie. The fill in these balls were white, but were easy to see. Some of the balls were dimpled that I noticed, these had great accuracy considering they were less than 2 cents a ball (Yes, I calculated).
EDIT:: I got these balls again, and I'm sorry i did. I didn't get any outs with these.. just a bunch of bounces :(
Cheap. Worked good with my barrel. Good accuracy. I would recomend this to anyone who may have chopping problems with their gun, or are looking for a cheaper practice/rec ball. I would buy this product again for sure.
EDIT:: So many bounces, minimal accuracy, good budget ball stuff.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 18th, 2009 at 7:23 pm PST