Tippmann® U.S. Army® high-grade scenario paintballs
Bright yellow environmentally friendly fill
U.S. Army® star and graphics on outer shell
Make your mark with these Tippmann® U.S. Army® high-grade scenario paintballs, designed with a sharp two-tone outer shell that features the U.S. Army® star and graphics. The environmentally friendly fill is a bright yellow color for high visibility.
The Tippmann US Army paintballs by tippman is newer, so it should be commonly available.
-xball podium series
-xball champ series
-dxs rec sport
Tippmann A-5 w/ E-grip (A.P.E. Board)
New Designs Aluminum Power Tube
Shock tech super fly front bolt
Tech-T cyclone squishy paddles
Tippmann 6 position adjustable shoulder stock
Spyder Kingman remote line
Tippmann 14 inch barrel
Allen Paintball 350+ round hopper
Works great with my tippmann werks barrel
-Good brittle shell
-No barrel breaks
-The fill could be a bit thicker, but it's good enough
I was a big DXS Triumph user before I switched to these paintballs, I ordered a box of DXS Triumph from my usual website, but then got a call a couple days later from the website saying that the website was wrong and they were actually out of Triumph when I ordered them. Since it was their screw up I got to pick any other 2 boxes of paintballs they did have in stock and they said this was the best they had and highly recommended them. So I agreed to get them and give them a try. I was very impressed when I used these at team practices and scenario games. They were very accurate and had great reliable target break considering I shot an opponent at max distance to the point where it was lobbing at them and the ball still broke. When my team did speedball drills we have wood pallets for bunkers and when I advanced on one of my teammates I could see them taking cover through the gaps of the pallet bunker so I wanted to try and one ball shot him through the one pallet gap (roughly 2 inches wide). I took aim and the ball flew straight through the gap precisely where I aimed and broke on him. I've went through 6 boxes so far and never had one barrel break. They were slightly better than the triumph and had a much better shape then them too. However, money is usually tight with me and these sell for about $50 plus shipping online, but just recently I found out my local sports authority sells them for $40 a box which was good news for me.
This is the only paint I use no matter if it's practices, games, or BYOP tourneys because next to those high tourney grade paintballs (Xball gold, evil, etc...) this is one of the best paintballs you can get and I highly recommend them no matter if you're a woodsball/scenario player or even a speedball player looking for good practice paint.
Flatline (old style)
body mount 9x32 scope w/ amber flip up
Rufus Dawg wicked bolt
Rufus Dawg double trigger
"X"chamber -ya I run co2
JCS fully adjustable folding stock
any that they will fit. I only had a few break in my flatline, and it was rather cold and windy when I played.
Consistently round, hard to see shell, easy to see fill.
Overpriced and fill could be thicker.
I used these on a day when temps were between 53 and 62 degrees outside and they performed well. three of my teamates used them and we all had a few breaks but nothing out of the ordinary. The shell can be hard to see playing woods ball which is both good and bad. Good because your enemy wont see them coming and bad because it can be hard to see where your aiming. it was pretty windy so that didnt help. They were consistently round, we didnt find any bad ones in 4000 rounds.
the fill could be thicker but it is not runny, just not as thick as other paints I have used.
It is overpriced ($60) as I have had paint that performed just as well for around $20 bucks cheaper.
It is a good solid product. I will use them again, especially if I can find them cheaper. Id say and 8 out of ten. -1 point for fill and -1 for being overpriced.
Tipman a-5 with response trigger, other wise stock. Spyder Pilot ACS with Fasta Hopper
Was the perfect bore for my stock Tippmann A-5
Bright thick fill. Flys true. No breaks.
Price maybe? $49.99/2000 at two different retailers.
Paint has a camo/U.S.Army shell and a thick, very bright yellow fill that is very difficult to wipe off. I shot a case with my Tippmann and a buddy shot another case with my Spyder & Fasta hopper and not one single break all day. There were very few bounces. I use a red dot sight and these balls fly straight to the dot every time, even at long range. When I got home and threw my clothes in the wash, it came clean with no lingering oder. This is my new favorite paint.
This paint is distribured by Tippman and manufactured by Procaps. I see Recon is also made by Procaps and is $10.00 cheaper without the U.S. Army logo and endorsment. I may try some of that.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 1st, 2009 at 7:21 am PST
Cheapy field paint
Origin Classics... and more
Tippmann SL 68-II
50 round hopper
20oz. (ya ya overkill hahaha leave me alone it's all i got)
Bright yellow paint
Cool looking shell
Not always round
Could be better. With my experience with many different Tippmann markers I thought that their exceptional quality and reliability with guns would translate to paint... it didn't. I have to say I'm disappointed. Disappointed in Tippmann for earning my trust with some great products then these... It may just be me but there is definitely better paint out there.
Try some other paint before you decide to stick with these. Definitely not the worst paint I've ever used.
anything within the .686-.688 range. They are medium bore paint.
- Great shape
- Thick, Visible fill
- Long lasting
- Good price
- Great shell colors
- Doesn't come in a white fill
One summer ago, in a sports authority not so far away, I was on the lookout for some decent outdoor paint. I'd tried just about everything this particular place had, and they stocked good paint- RPS Marballizers, RPS premiums, DXS, X-Ball Gold... the list goes on, but I don't believe Monster is worthy of being called a paintball. That's a review for another day.
This stuff caught my eye- well priced, and certainly from a reliable name, I'd never tried them before. I walked out of the store that day with a case, and a year later, they're still fresh.
I've used them as outdoor paint, training paint, target paint, what have you. I've put them through a SL8R, a tippmann TPX, a Tippmann 98, and a Smart Parts Shocker, through all manner of barrels, both rifled and non. They perform well past their price in terms of accuracy, thickness and brightness of fill, and shape. They are hard shelled enough to be used in magazine-fed paintball guns, yet they still break on impact every time. My only gripe is that they don't come in a white fill for those BYOP (white fill only) days at my local field.
If you're looking for a good outdoor paint within the 40-60 dollar range, this is your best bet.
I am fairly new to paintball and have only used 1 other brand of paintballs. I used these in a woodsball area.
First of all The US army paintballs were extremely accurate. From around 100-130 yards 3 out of 5 paintballs hit their target. 1 of those was the other brand's paintball, which by the way shot 10 feet off my target.
The fill is thick and bright, looking at hits i had on people and on the trees around them. One of the trees i shot had half of the ball still stuck in the fill. So if you can find a thicker fill i would like to see it.
The weakness is the bounces, when i made those 3-5 shots, none of the three broke. They all bounced, which was frustrating because i later went on that match without a single "kill". Im not sure if it was because my range or what, but i was mad.
I think due to the accuracy i will continue to use the US Army paintballs. The bounces are a minor issue, and compared to other paintballs these are great. So i recommend trying these out for yourself, the accuracy won't dissapoint, i just hope you have better luck with the bouncing issue.
Marbalizers, Beast, Recon, Cryptics, a few other no-names
A5 with polished internals
J&J Ceramic and Straightline barrels
No dimples, very good woodsball colors and good thick shell
Size variations and price
Size variations make this paint inconsistant in a barrel like the Straightline (rifled, same as hammerhead). Great shell and colors for woodsball. If the paint was more consistantly sized it would have been my new favorite paint. Everything seemed round and the seems were great. Will switch to my J&J to finish shooting out the rest of the case, its my go-to barrel for crappy paint.
I could only find these for $60/case, and it didnt perform like $60 paint, more like a good box of $40 paint, so since I dont think its worth it I wont buy it again.
Good ball. over priced, but i got some on sale for 40$(60$ not on sale) impressed on ball shape. all good. all weighted correctly. i would buy this again. and i am buying them again today. dont use in cold weather, the only paintballs working good that day were zap. i woodball and play erben, great for both.
shell color is helpfull because you dont see them coming at you.
does not break easy.
curves very very little (4 inch.) on very long shots.
AMAZING BALL SHAPE!!- no eggs. no dimples. no flat seams
example of why you DONT USE IT IN COLD WEATHER!! i live in wisconsin. so its cold, it was 30F when i used them. i would clean the barrel and get 6-7 good shots. then one would break in the barrel. and for the next 25 shots. it would break 1 out of 5!! then after about 30-35 total shots it broke 1out of 3. after 125 total shots it broke 1 out of 2!!!! and when you got there, it broke EVERY PAINTBALL!!!!!!!!! i flanked playing erban. i was about 25 feet from a guy with his back to me. i have a great bead on him. i fired 5 shots. all bursting in the barrel. then many more. NONE MADE IT. then he turned around and hit me!!
i am buying again and is a good ball. not good for a flatline in cold weather. all around greatball, works good. quality IN 40F OR BETTER WEATHER, 9.9/10- in cold weather 2/10 . but since most people play in warmer weather and dont play winter. i give it a 9/10
Light with pressure switch
Lapco Big Shot Barrel
Tech T Zero Kick Hammer
Rufus Dog Bolt
Red Green Dot Scope
Lapco Big Shot .690 Bore works very well
Good in any weather condition....consistently round.....fly straight....Fill very bright and thick....
Low paint fill volume....
This paint is great it flys very consistent and i have never had any problems with the bore size. The paint is sold at a very reasonable price. Bright and thick fill but it still lacks in volume of the amount of fill. Overall this is the only paint i would buy. Prices great and great quality.
These balls worked awesome for me. Woods-ball is all I can say. They had a thick bright yellow fill that was nasty! The balls worked great with my Apex Barrel. I out shot everyone the other day. They come in nice bags and they seemed to be top of the line right out of the box.
Great balls for playing in the woods, accurate with a thick nasty fill. These are now my favorite balls to play with. Go and get a box, you will not be disappointed.