Field Paint is sold directly to fields, not to wholesalers or stores. This ensures you that no one can bring paint on to your field with out purchasing the paint from you. This paint comes in a light brown colored shell, with 5 different color fills. So that two fields in the same area who shoot FIRST CHOICE can not purchase the same colored paint. This also allows you to distinguish your paint from paint sold at mass murchants.
The Nitro Duck First Choice Field Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
all american or stealth or freak or boomy any good barrel. None of the cheap knockoffs.
shoots straight and doesn't break in the barrel. I have never had any trouble with it and it is cheap. I pretty much exclusively use this paint.
I haven't run into any problems with it unless it is old, but old paint is never any good
I notice that most of the bad reviews come from people with cheap guns. Don't get me wrong I started out with a tippman too but I realized that the lower end guns break more paint. So don't blame the paint blame your equipment. Well, anyways, I love this paint because of the price and how great it shoots for the price. Even when compared to the marbs and allstars it is great.
jts new paint
and just about every other kind of top grade paintballs at tourneys
gen X cocker 12, 14, 16 in. booms , kapp Pneumatics and front block, 16 whole vent. bolt classic pull double trigger and a bunch more shizz just i don't wana type all that, also i notice all my friends with crap guns break lots of paint cause good paint is for good guns not newby guns
i recommend dye, freak, progressive, and what ever the barrels angels have on them team mate uses one
every thing, extremely accurate, i had 1 break out of a case of 2000 with my cocker, friends impy and angel didn't bust a single one
well the only thing bad about them is like every one says is the price. if people say they are bad balls save the money they spend on paint buy them a descent gun and play like real men and don't cry cause " it sucks it breaks all the time" maybe cause your stuff sucks
use it if u have good stuff and it will do good for u
-32 Degrees Paintballs: These had a hard, sharp shell and bounced almost as much as they broke. Also, they had almost no fill inside.
-Marballizers: These balls behaved very similar (a little more accurate), and costed almost twice as much.
-Tipmann Pro Carbine
-The barrel isn't as important as having a good agitator or using low pressure; the balls are very soft.
-They work fine on my stock barrel; they should work well on pretty much anything nicer.
-Balls nearly always break on contact. Good for playing in winter when they get harder, because they'll more frequently break on impact. Living in Vermont, this is a big plus.
-Balls are rarely greasy or broken in package.
-I haven't had any dimples or deformities yet, after going through 4 cases of 2000.
-The shells are very soft. If you're trying to pump out 5 a second on your semiauto and they keep breaking, you now have an excuse.
-These aren't balls for hour-long games; if you carry them with you and they get dropped or something, you'll end up with a huge mess.
-These balls are great for a certain marker setup, weather condition, or wussy newbs not wanting to get stung. However, I wouldn't recommend them to someone using a fast gun; make sure you've got the squeegee on hand if you try.
-The price is decent for what you're getting, for the most part.
The MR-2, 20 OZ C02 tank, electronic hopper, Tru-Flight 14 " barrel
I used these balls with my MR-2 12 " stock barrel, as well as my 14" Tru-Flight barrel, both work great with these balls.
They work great with my MR-2, and are readily available to me.
Some balls don't break on impact
I bought these balls on a whim, and ever sence I've used them...I realy like them, and I sorta hafe to, as they are some of the only non Wal-Mart balls I can get in my area. If the balls get even a bit hot they of corse don't work as well, and it ruins the accuracy of corse.
I've used Nitro Duck at 2 of the games I've been to, and I plan to use them at the next up coming event as well. They're cool, but I can't find them in any diffrent color, other than pink.
I like them, they're some of the only ones available I can buy, but they do the job.
'03 red vert feed WGP cocker, chrome spycho ballistics drop, clear evo2, PMI 48/3000. soon to come-dye 14" boomstick, shochtech bomb 3-way-chrome, ANS Jackhammer-crome,Nexus qev's and ram chrome. Couple months will have e-blade.
Dye boomstick, Smart Parts Freak system, Evil Pipe.
-doesn't shoot far as it should.
I think this has to be the one of the worst paintballs, it always seemed to always either break in my gun or it curved all the time! I would not recemened these paintballs to anyone. I always had to take my gun apart and clean after every game, and it was not good because i am a tourny player and I was just lucky that it was my team practice. My sponsership gave me these paintballs for free and he told me they were good but they are not so do not buy these paintballs if you want to ACTUALLY BE ABLE TO SHOOT PEOPLE!
Do not buy it they suck! They curve and breal in your gun. Do not buy them if you dont want to clean your gun every game!
I have played with this paint for the past three or four times I've played. I know it was first choice, but not which variant of it. I got shot alot while playing, mostly from reffing (since the field sponsors my team I drop by to reff and do odds and ends things for em) They left large splats on my clothing that was large enough to notice even totally across the field. The fill wasn't the thickest I've seen, but it would have been hard to wipe. (hard not impossible, I heard that someone was wiping during a game, I wasn't reffing that game, nor did I see anything, but my frontman said that, and I trust his word. It is wipe-able, but it would still be hard. The MAJOR weakness of this is the bore size. For some unknown reason I was able to shoot it without a bust in my old A5. The captain of my team had to run back to the proshop and borrow their freak kit. He chopped with every size but the .695 and it was new paint. I recently got my new BKO, and as some of you know it has a step bore barrel. I got it completely stuck in the barrel. I had to push it out using a long wooden paint brush. The paint is so large that there is a good chance that you will bust many of them. The shell is kind of brittle. Which is good in the sense that I think it busted on every hit. But it also means that there is more of a chance for them to bust with such a large bore.
Unless you have a nice large (and I do mean large) bore barrel this paint will be more trouble than it is worth. On the other hand, if you do have a large bore barrel this paint can be great. Seems to be pretty accurate, hard to wipe, and a good shell. I would suggest this to anyone with a large bore barrel (at the smallest a .693), but I would suggest you steer clear of it if you don't.
i have a stock barrell and nothing is wrong with it yet
Not much. In my gun they rarely broke.
I bought them from a dealer and they were expensive. My friends were using a Viewloader Genesis and a Pirahana G3. The balls broke in their guns about every 50 shots. They broke in the speedloaders, and our hoppers. Very unaccurate.
Don't waste your money on these balls. Your better off with Brass Eagle.
i used proball,pmi,marblizer,and rps old school style but never brass eagle
i have a autococker sto FX with the eclipes blade ans a shock-tec 3 way
The FREEK barrel
i used this product once and i loved it no ball brakes and no problems
the only thing bad about the paint is that by the middle of the day i had to get another case the price was right and i really have nothing bad to say about it
i think it`s a real good paint and i have to say my autococker sto FX shot the paint real good i have the FREEK barrel on the gun (i run a 10 inch barrel) and i had no ball breaks all day i played speed ball and the woods and in both areas the balls were all on target i loved the product and i liked the price if you ask me what paint i`m shooting i`ll tell you nothing but nitro duck first choice
They are for the most part pretty decent balls. They shoot very straight though. I was using my j and j ceramic barrel, and also my wdp two piece with my spyder tl plus. I remember about 2 balls breakin when i used the box of 500.
barely ever break on contact. I shot my friend 4 times in a game of speedball, and none of them broke....go figure.
Might as well settle for sum rps balls from wal mart than buy these balls