Real Action Paintball is proud to announce our new line of soybean-based, environmentally friendly paint...with bright fill and an unbeatable price!
RAP4ís new Field Paint will be rolling out to fields and stores in the next few weeks, but you can pick up a case early, direct from RAP4. Available in your choice of white shell with bright white fill, and green shell with green fill, RAP4ís Field Paint will revolutionize how you train - and how often you can play!
The shells are engineered to be strong enough for magazine-fed markers, like the T68 M4 line of woodsball markers...and strong enough to endure the force-feed hopper on your high-end tourney marker. That means no ball breaks in your magazine, hopper, chamber, or barrel, if you do everything else right...
...but the shells are designed to shatter upon impacting your opponent, meaning more breaks on target. Part of this high-performance design is achieved through the use of soybean oil.
Completely biodegradable, non-permanent and environmentally safe, the RAP4 Field Paint is safe for back-country fields and fulltime scenario fields alike. The splats fade in direct sunlight, and a good rain washes them away, where the organic material used in the shell and fill gets absorbed into the ground without hurting local plants, animals, or water sources.
Best of all for you is the price: $29.95msrp for a full case of 2,000 balls. Now you can train with your rate of fire turned all the way up to the fieldís limit, and you can shoot all weekend for less than youíll spend on gas to drive there!
The all-new RAP4 Field Paint is available directly from Real Action Paintball, who packages it with care to arrive on time, intact, and ready to play. Let your field know you want them to stock the RAP4 paint, so you can blast away.
And when your friends say paintball is too expensive, give them a bag of 500 and tell them to get out on the field where they belong!
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The Real Action Paintball RAP4 Field Paintballs Soy Based is newer, so it should be commonly available.
Spectrum, V-1, Spyder Black Label, Basic Training, Draxxus Triumph, Recon, Visible Impact, Weapons Grade, pretty much all the cheap to mid-grade paint.
This definitely falls in somewhere between Wal-Mart paint and other field paint.
Autococker Trilogy Select Fire Pro
CP Long Regulator
Evil Pipe Kit
68/4500 Carbon Tank
Used a .683 and still had roll-outs. Better use something really small, especially if you don't have a detent.
Didn't break on impact well
Bought two cases of this paint for a scenario, one white shell and one green. Shot a little over a case during the games. Not very accurate compared to the Draxxus Triumph I had been using. Main reason I got this Autococker was for accuracy so that doesn't set too well with me. Had a few weird anomalies in the paint, like half sized balls with no fill and some shaped like frisbees. Was able to shoot as fast as I want, with only one barrel break. Also gave some to a teammate in a pinch that shot it through a speedball marker pretty fast, again with no breaks. At a close to medium range I had no problem getting it to break on people, but long distance they just bounced all day. Would be fine in woodsball to get through brush.
If being "Environmentally Friendly" is very important to you then go ahead. Otherwise I would spend a few extra dollars to shoot something more accurate. Gave it a 7 because it is cheap, shipped quick, and didn't break. It was fresh also, so not a gamble like Wally World.