A lot of other brands including most offerings from PMI/RPS, Diablo, Nelson, Zap, Great American, Java, etc.
Hmmm? Well I currently have and routinely switch between my Tippy 98 LP, my turbo shocker, and a rainmaker that all run on HPA and a 12v revvy with x-board. I recently picked up a good deal on Piranha Ext Pro but have not really used it to any extent.
Cheap and readily available, including WalMart and Sam's club.
Very inconsistent size and roundness
Sam's club was selling 1500 of these in a plastic barrel for ~$27.00. For that price, and after reading some of the reviews here, I bought a bucket. The ones I got vary in size and roundness tremendously. If you get a good ball, it will fly straight, true, and generally break on target. The bad ones of course are prone to curving, if you are lucky enough not to have them break in your barrel. The real problem is there are as many bad ball as there are good balls, at least in the batch I got.
I can not recommend these, even for something like the $10 per 500 i paid. I can not recommend them for practice, I can not recommend them for rec play, and I will not recommend them tournament play, Sam I am. IMHO, they are not even worth using as balls to test your equipment; you spend to much time cleaning your barrel. There are too many other low-medium priced balls that are much better. And if you are a bit patient, you can always seem to find a medium to high end paintball on sale.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, September 29th, 2004 at 2:52 am PST
These are decent balls for there price. But they rarely break when you hit the target. I stood 10 feet away from a tree and shot 3 balls, and none of them broke. And i have a powerful gun. Plus their fill color is white and sometimes hard to see. I would say onlyt about 25% broke when they hit there target. Plus they come in packs of 200 only. So for that I am giving them a 5. Average.
I wouldn't buy these unless all you have is a Wal-Mart and the sell Brass Eagle or these.
Everybody says that these paintballs are really cheap and everything (about 14 to 15 dollars at Wal-Mart) but they only come in packs of 500 that i have seen. Multiply that by 4 (because u want about 2000 paintballs, right?) and u have yourself about 60 dollars. I can go up to my local paintball shop and buy some 32 Degrees Competition Paintballs for 50 so why not buy bulk paint at better prices right? This paint is good if u only want to buy a 1000 or so paintballs because u can buy them in 500 rounds but if you want a lot of paint and better paint then go to your local paintball shop and get you some Competition style paintballs for cheaper. Wal-Mart is not getting ripped off by selling these things for 14 dollars because you are paying more for these than paintballs of better magnitude.
This paint is good, like someone else said, for the beginner or rec-player who bought their gun from Wal-Mart along with their paint. They have a tendency to chop a little left or right on almost every shot but if you just want to hit in the near vicinity of an enemy then go ahead and buy this paint. I want accuracy and consistency. The paint, however, will not bust easy in your barrel so thats a plus. Also, there was nothing wrong with my marker when i shot this paint so dont say that because it was my first time to use this gun.
Good paint overall for a noob but all you tourney players and bad-asses go ahead and get yourself some better paint at cheaper prices.
nelson hot spot, brass eagle, RPS MARB, Diablo heat, shadow blaster
WGP trilogy autococker pro,
3000 psi nitro
20 oz co2 a/s (back up)
Empire sound activated elctronic hopper
- Back up -
Piranha g3 sts (2002) stock
any barrel is good
None from what i see
Ok i bought these because my team said they were good for practice, well there better than that. Iv used these many times in tournys, when i got them i shook them to get the crisp factor and these were very very good almost as good as the RPS and at only a fraction of the price.
- Perfect for all skill levels -
now there only 9.99 for 500 to
Amazing, cheap, accurate, good fill, great for everyone, no bad batches
The cover is appealing. It's a nice bi-color red white. The balls feed well through any marker...that is if they don't jam and lock the striker. There ends the positive end of this review.
Balls don't break! You might as well be shooting plastic balls or some other hard but light object. Totally useless product for paintball. The paintfill is a creamy white and on the rare occasion that a ball does break, cheaters find it easy to wipe.
A nice blood read or flourescent yellow or green is a better fill color.
About what you'ld expect from Walmart. Get some real paintballs. Even factory seconds do a better job. I won't compete with people who want to shoot this cheap stuff at me.