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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 6.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $38

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Breach is a recreation grade, 2000 count box with various colors. Itís consistent flight characteristics make this the preferred choice for field operators and stocking pro-shops. 100% PEG, safe for players and the environment. Easy clean up.
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TippyForLife Monday, May 17th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
4 years5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
RPS Premium
STINGER
Monster Ball
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 custom
Evolution III
16" J&J Ceramic Barrel
Response Trigger
Double Trigger
Drop Forward ASA
58ci HPA TANK
Recommended
Barrels:
J&J 16" ceramic has worked fine for 4 years, only broke 8 balls through about 40,000 paintballs (20 cases)
Strengths: Accurate
Bright Shell/Fill
Great Bore Size
Availability
Price
Weaknesses: Unfair
To cheap
Available way to much
Review: Hey guys if your into woods ball or any airball type games these balls are incredible. Everytime I test out a box of paint i remove all the balls and check for broken balls. To my surprise NO BROKEN BALLS. but this varys from case to case. So like the RPS i thought ok response trigger no way these balls will stand up to 15-20 bps (Tweaked Marco Line). So i set up my target 75 feet away. Normally I shoot my first one to get my distance. But Lucky me direct hit (15 inch diametre frying pan). This paintball lit up like fireworks on newyears eve. next shot. Just hit the edge but still 75 feet a hits a hit. I start to rev up the response trigger. I get my sweet spot and 200 shot go by like nothing every happend. So i grab my J&J take it off look down the barrel and no paint. Clean as a whistle. I repeated this for the 9 hoppers full that I had. The Whole case went by and I noticed theres still 1 ball in the corner off the box. Since it was the last ball i had i turn at my friend James *#^#^%$%^ and shot. Unlucky me it broke in the barrel thus not hitting him. :( this ball was probably a defect because it wasn't in the bag but whatever 1 break for 2000. :)
Conclusion: I completly recommend these balls they are amazing I wish I would have known this because I went through 2000. These balls have vertually no seam and can stand up to a really fast feeding marker. And are deadly on the feild. this is probably why so many fields use this as their paint. And many pro shops carry so much. I completly recomend these paintballs because it will give you an edge over the competition. I give these balls a 9 because No one and nothing deserves a 10 for everything.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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p_ballin03 Saturday, July 17th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
draxxus basic training(much better), whitebox paintballs(worse)
Marker Setup: tippmann a5, egrip, flatline.
RL timmy, dye rotor
Recommended
Barrels:
-
Strengths: They are hard. so if you're trying to hurt somebody it might help.
Weaknesses: Accuracy
Too hard - they bounce
Review: These are the must innaccurate paintballs i have shot to date. now i usually shell out the extra few bucks for better paint and i guess this is why. they were fine at close range but once i got up to about 100 feet, you couldnt hit the broad side of a barn, with either gun. they would zing off in either direction at the last second before impact, some of them would dip down and pop up at the last minute, and i dont mean a small dip and a small pop, were talking 5 feet each way. they arent prone to breaking in you're gun or barrel, (although i did break one in the flatline) but if you plan on playing back, or making any sort of long shots do NOT buy these. they are good for screwing around at about 25-40 feet in your back yard, or to use at the chrony. before the end of the day, I was giving them away for free.
Conclusion: Bottom line, i would not recommend this product to a friend.
Rating:
4 out of 10
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Drewbie Thursday, December 30th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
All Stars
Draxxus FrostBite
XO (white box, purple shell crap)
Marballizer
Nightmare
Inca
Zingers
Marker Setup: Azodin Kaos / Planet Eclipse Etek3
Pure Energy 70ci 4500psi carbon tank
Psiworx Pro3 Remote
Tippman SSL-200 Loader / Dye Rotor
Recommended
Barrels:
Stock for both guns is all I can speak to.
Strengths: Cheap
Stay round if stored properly
Hard
Weaknesses: They freeze solid somewhere between 0 and 3C... above the freezing point for water!
Review: In the summer these were decent balls. No real complaints although I thought they always flew a little more like a knucle ball than anything else.
I shot a few mixed in with some All Stars and Frostbites when it was around -5C once and they did shoot although not very straight -- this was in the ETEK3 with Pooty modded Cure3+ bolt.

Today we went out to test fire at some targets and the temp was around 0 to 2C. They were flying all over the place and on my Kaos (not my friends though...) they were breaking every other shot. We were both at 280fps and were killing ourselves laughing at how poorly they were flying. Curving, diving, up and down, zig-zag... hilarious! Then my Kaos totally jammed and I started to really clean it out; that's when I noticed the damn things were FROZEN!!
We grabbed a few more from our hoppers and the refill container and sure enough we couldn't break them in our hands! My friend shot a few that were frozen and they went about 10cm into a frozen mound of dirt from 15-20m away (top soil for houses being built)! I cannot even being to imagine how much it would hurt to get hit by one of these! I'd consider these summer only balls otherwise you risk serious injury.
On a positive note, the few Draxxus Frostbite we had with us (yellow shell, green snowflake print on shell, bright yellow/green fill) still shot pretty well through goopy barrels and stayed liquid.
Conclusion: Use in summer ONLY!
Rating:
5 out of 10
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