I have NEVER had a break in my gun with nelsons and through
about 3 cases I had two barrel breaks. I am using a Zero-
Gravity barrel and an F4 Illustrator by the way. The price
is also really good too, some of the cheapest paint you
will find anywhere.
I personally don't see anything bad about it.
I would HIGHLY recommend this paint to ANYONE, especially
if they have a large bore barrel seeing as how it is large
This paint sucks it shoots a lil curvy and isnt perfectly round to proov that it is bad paint i shootid the ground (turf) and it bounced that says sumthin to u at least i got it 4 $40 a case but thats still alot for this garbage I just thinked 2 myself wow what bloke wood make this stuf
I would have to say that this paint is ok. I have used better. I had some break on me but was able to continue playing. Good fill, good shell, I was able to see my shot on the guy about 30-40 yards away.
Breaks pretty easy. Curves some of the time. Does not work well when playing in the dampness.
I would use these if I had to. I would recommend this paint to beginners only.
Impulse ongun CO2 - co2 or air, dpends on what i can get
What can i say, looking for good and cheap paint, with consistency and quality? This is it, the ball is straight and round, breaks on target and will leave a good mark. I use it in my T98 back up gun, and ball break is a nono.
Cannot say, the price is so low the competition will manage to get hold of it :-)
If you're looking for an everyday paint, and want to save a few bucks over challenger, you should go for Nelsplat, it want let you down.
Nothing is worse than a ball breaks for every full mag.. did i say zap??
this paint is great. i use it for everything. Its ok priced and the accuracy is just as good as the expensive paints. I would definatly buy this paint. buy it buy it buy it buy it it also come sfrim a very trusted brand in paintball. get this stuff get this stuff ge this stuff
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Leaves a tough residue
A group of frat boys were coming down for a game of paintball that I and a couple others were reffing. They had ordered around 20 cases of Nel-Splat. As we were opening the cases for them we noticed that all but one of the cases looked fine. The 1 other had several broken balls inside the bags. We replaced this one with a new case.
Everyone was issued a PMI Piranha R6 (The field rental marker) with HPA. As soon as the games began we had someone come to us with paint stuck in the marker. I figured this was just a problem with the marker and we sent him back to get a replacement. Then more and more people began coming to us with the same problem. I beleive that the cold weather (40 F) may be causing the paint to swell and break inside the marker. So i just thought id put that out there incase anyone could enlighten me.
Also after a week when we returned we found the paint had bonded to the props and required scraping off with a high pressure hose and paint scrapers. It tooks weeks to get this stuff off. The other, higher quality, paint had never given us so much trouble. Because of this we no longer carry this brand.
Great for places where you dont need to clean stuff off, like in the woods. It does fly straight and is fair quality for the price. The only flaw is the residue.
Spyder Electra 05(not modifed) VL eVLution(soon) and a regular 20oz Co2(shoots fine)
Shoot really well
So I got 2000 of these paintballs for Christmas and i didn't shoot them for a few weeks they had been sitting in my room for about 5 days (because i was to lazy to put them in the fridge) and my heater had been on and off getting my room to like 88 degrees and also about 15 of them had been rolling around in my room got really dirty and so picked them up wondering if they would shoot as well as new ones and they did. I also would sit there and bounce them and it didn't even dent them.
They are great paintballs that shoot straight and break on contact.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, January 8th, 2006 at 1:49 pm PST