Super Fill is the thinner of the two fills, but does not soak in on impact. The ball itself is a bigger bore barrel than most paintballs on the market. Which means that most barrels shoot FIRST CHOICE great, and the ball will not roll out barrels.
The Nitro Duck First Choice Super Fill Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
I have used all kinds of paintballs. They compare well with JT Maxims and Marbs. I have also used crappy seconds and BE.
I use a Tippman Model 98 with lapco drop forward, lapco bigshot, lapco sight rail, lapco direct feed, rva, double trigger, and a lapco front grip.
Dye barrels, JT barrel, CP, and bigshot.
They always fly straight, they never break in your barrel, hopper , or bag. They never get dimpled. It has bright colors which is easily seen from a far distance. It cannot be rubbed off easily but will wash off.
There is nothing bad about this paint, but it is not the cheapest paint that you can buy, but you would expect to pay a price like this for this quality of paintball.
Buy this brand of paint brand of paint if you want one of the best paintballs out there in paintball. If you want to enhance your game buy these because they are very good.
ACI F4 Illustrator TP, Palmer Stabilizer, 12" Smart Parts Progressive barrel, P/L drop forward, 68ci 3000psi Crossfire Stub Tank and a regular old VL 200
Any Smart Parts barrels, JJ ceramics or Boa barrels
These paintballs were pretty good. They flew fairly straight, broke on contact most of the time and the fill was bright and easy to see. I was impressed how well these held up in the humidity. It was about 80 degrees when I played, with like 75%% humidity and I had no problems at all with "swellage".
They taste awful!! I got hit in the side of the head and alot of the splatter came through my mask. It was very unpleasant trying to get that taste out of my mouth.
I think these are pretty nice paintballs overall. I would recommend them to anyone out for a day of paintball. They were also fairly reasonably priced at $50 a case.
Plenty-except brass eagle. Do my best to stay away from anything brass eagle
GX-3, roller sear, 12" Freak, 68/3000 Nitro Duck, KAPP F/X Beavertail, Tactical Drop with on and off and guage
Big Bore. I run a freak now, but before I ran a big bore Boomstick
Shoots great. My whole team uses it for tourney's. Very little breakage at all. I tried some severe but wasnt very impressed with it. Easy to see when it breaks on someone. Hard to wipe(catching wipers is easy with this stuff).
Nothing really. All paint is going to have its ups and downs. But this one has less then most on my book.
Try it. Once you do you will be hooked. I switched to it from another type of First Choice paint about a year ago. Its all we run now.
Bright fill w/glitter, thick and round, doesn't bounce
rare, not many places sell nitro duck, expensive
Got this at my field just to try it out, my otp barrel kit i have didn't have a small enough bore insert so I had a few roll out. shot straigh and didn't hook or curve, thivker fill than evil and brighter fill too, shot straight and didn't get any bouncers, was very pleased
Try it out if you can get some, you'll be hooked! GET SOME
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12" J&J Ceramic
12v Empire Reloader (not the conversion kit, the real deal!)
Bright, thick fill
I only bought 1000, and had no breaks or chops, even in full auto for the last game. They smell funny but most balls do. I like 'em better than swirls and other walmart brands so I think they are my new paint of choice unless marbz are on sale.
I say buy them if they are available..I know they arent big name paint but they are well worth it.