Blaze, Evil, 32 degress competition, zap, big ball, super swirl, blue streak---BAD paint, wild streak---BAD paint. prac paint, white box, night cat, inferno, hell fire, marbalizer, scorch, heat, arctic inferno, rps premium, VL Heavy Metal
Fill, the fill isnt that thick as compared to EVIL
wow, i thought i got ripped off when i first bought this paint. I was AMAZED!! i never seen cheap paint work great before. This paint works well in HIGH END guns. When i was playing i was noticing people disliking the stinger paintballs, but they had tippmanns and spyders. I have a Vision Shocker and i have to say this paint is almost as good a Evil paint. AMAZING! great paint for 45$ and under. NO CHOPS!!!, Exept when i shoot 25 bps with a halo. NO CURVES, JUST GREAT PAINT
i think people with high end markers should buy this paint if they want to go rec play. It is a high quality paintball for rec.
Essentially all of the most common paintballs (Most RP makes, JT makes, ZAP makes, etc.)
Lasoya Intimidator (Black) with Custom Electronics Work
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
Empire 11 Piece Barrel Kit
68 ci Evil Scion with Custom Cradle.
They sized in a .690, so a good mid-bore barrel would be best, obviously. The Empire Kits are really nice.
very brittle shell.
Well, they are certainly cheap. I payed right around 35 bucks for them at the local shop. The shell is brittle enough that the one's that don't break in your gun will most definately break on impact. The fill is also pretty bright.
Even though they're cheap, they aren't worth what you pay. I spot checked a handful, as I had never shot them before, and 13 out of 15 were basically un-useable. I am serious when I say that a few of them had more divots than a golf ball. The seams are uneven, and there seems to be a flat spot on most of them that follows the seams. The fill, although bright, is very easy to wipe. It felt like a normal paintball but half of the paint was replaced with water. It's that thin. The shell is also ridiculously brittle. I didn't have any breaks in the box, but at least 20 out of my hopper broke in the barrel, and I'm shooting at 160 psi with a relatively soft bolt, so I'm sure a spyder or even a cocker would break more than I did.
Do not buy this paint. Between the thin paint and super-brittle shell, it is simply not worth the money. If you're looking for a cheap ball, and accuracy doesn't matter, go ahead and buy these. I personally shot a hopper, threw the rest away, and bought some field paint.
Price included shipping. Breaks on target, I didn't get any bounces. You know it must have shot straight since I did hit several people.
I'm not sure this is bad, but they are small. I counted how many went into my carriers and I usually get 135. I got close to 150 of these ball into my carriers. If you are playing one hopper rule, you will get more than 200 in a 200 round hopper. I guess because of the small size they don't make a very big mark. and it wipes easily. I did get people out though.
Not a bad ball, shoots straight, breaks on target. If your buddies like to wipe and not call themselves out you may have a problem with this paint.
So I bought these when I ran out of recsport the were ok and shot pretty straight for me. The broke a lot in my linear barrel because they are actually a size bigger than the bore even though they still we forced through without breaking most of the time they were very accurate ina clean barrel and broke very nicely I liked em and didn'thave the dimples and curves others report not the best but good if they are not old/squashed
Dye Dark Cocker
WGP Prostock '05
CCI VSC Phantom
I get this paint for about 35 bux a case at my local store. With a small bore barrel (about .683) and a very fresh case it shoots decently.. however if you let it age more than a couple weeks even while it's sealed it will form flats and divots. This results in horrible accuracy and feeding problems. I keep my paint with silica beads inside coolers but I suspect this barely accomplishes anything as I live in Miami. In a drier climate I would use this paint exclusively (rec play) as it's cheap and does pretty well when it's fresh.
Decent paint, and great paint when you consider the price.