02 Outkast w/ WGP first generation Hinge
OTP 14inch G-1 Barrel Kit
SM-1 Delrin Venturi Bolt
Kapp Tear Drop forward
Pure Energy 68ci 3000
A good barrel kit. The money you spend on your barrel will be made back because you can shoot any paint.
We have burned through about 7 cases of this the past few weeks and it has held up in all kinds of tempratures with minimal problems. The balls fly fairly straight and break on target and not in the gun. The fill is a bit watery and they smell nasty in the bags especially when the temprature gets up there, but they are cheap and you are just going to be breaking them on your opponent so who really cares. The paint is fairly light and doesn't perform as well as the more expensive brands.
Good rec and Noob paint. Works good in boomys and barrel kits (but thats what they are made for right?) It tends to swell a little when it gets hot so make sure to take good care of your paint and keep the temprature fairly constant. Good for rec play, shooting in the back yard, or the occasional player. If you play competitively...spend the money on a higher quality ball. It is an average ball for a good price. Note: People with blow forward semi's like spyders and tippmanns without barrel kits will have a number of breaks because this is a large bore paint and isn't a good paint/barrel match with stock barrels. Like any paint, do the blow through the barrel test before you buy it to make sure it will work.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 2nd, 2003 at 12:15 pm PST
inconsistent size, lots of dimples, terrible colors
they are terrible paintballs, they curve, they dont break, the paint is watery and not bright at all, break very easy in the barrel. Ok because of the price, sucks in the cold. What can i say? they are just terrible! the only thing worse are brass eagle paintballs. Even with the boomstick hey were inaccurate. but when people got hit by them they knew it was me because they hurt.
dont buy them, go with big ball paint if you are looking for a cheap, yet decent paintball
SP Teardrop 12''
Taso SS 12''
pmi perfect drop
pre BE 12 volt revvy
crossfire 88/3000 tank
red redz tank cover
32* fill nipple cover
they shoot great out of my teardrop
good fill, seem to be nice and round, thinner shell, great price
the fill isnt the brightest, so its probally easier to wipe... thats about it
this paint is great paint.... for the price i think its one of the bests paints to use... i use it for rec and pay 40 a case brought to the field for me... they shoot strait for me the shells are consisttant great paint... i dont know what else to say accept nxt time you go and play rec ordr sme of this suf and try it out
this pait rocks... for the price its the bestmade.... good consistant shell... decent filll... i love it
does not break in the barrel
perfect bore size
can be wiped
best for the price
does not break in the barrel
good bore size
should have more respect
it hurts at close range
it is the only ball i will ever use i suggest you try it out
fires well in my view loader genesis
i have heard from other people that this is their favorite ball
you should buy this product because it is one of the best all around balls it performs as well as products twice the price
Java Supremes are better and priced about the same online. Big Balls are a little more but the performance is relative.
Custom 98 w/ DOP Expansion Chamber and J&J Ceramic barrel
They are relatively cheap, and seem to always be in stock
They don't seem to have a consistently good shape, they break in shipping.
I tried four cases of these for me and some friends. They are okay, though not very accurate in my buddies Brass Eagle Marauder. They did ok in my Custom 98 with a J&J Ceramic barrel. Only one case out of the six total that I have ordered didn't have broken balls in it.
I wouldn't buy them again when I can get Java Supremes for about the same price, and Big Balls for just a little more.
2k2 cocker, 2k2 impy, spyder TL, and Rebel LE. although i will probably sell the rebel because i never use it.
freak or all american
it's cheap, decent colors and decent shell
it came in wierd colors. the shell looked wierd but it worked out great.
it came in wierd colors, but it worked out great.
i boguht 5 cases of this and of course my team got aquite a few breaks but it did a a good job. I was using a spyder with all american, one guys was using a freak JR and the other 1 used a stock sto barrel and it did good for all of us.
it's worth the price. especially if u get it for 35 a case with free shipping.
it is well worht the $$.
i wourld get it again because it's cheap and did a good job for how much it costs.
just get the paint already!!
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 4:38 pm PST
classic timmy:delrin bolt, lp mod, trigger mod, high flow barbs, and adjustable ram cap. 68/45 PE tank and Halo b
price, and quality
size of each ball
For the price these things are great. They shape isn;t too bad(nice and round) with some having a bad seam and they all seem to be different sizes, some will fit perfectly others are too big or too small. They come in plenty of colors so they are ideal for practice or outlaw ball. I have yet to break a ball and they break on contact so Im happy with the performance for the price.
If you practice alot then these are good for the performance and price. They are cheap and effective so I can;t complain about them. They are atleast worth trying
Spyder E99 Teardrop 14" 12v revvie prodot sight 20oz tank
Good? Cheap as hell. even out here in Hawaii they sell for about $38.
Good for scaring the hell out of people without dipping into your pocket too deep.
Curving problems - Inaccuracy
large seal on the balls
not too uniform in shape
bouncing problems...even bounced off my target garbage can at 30ft
use em as for firepower demonstrations. Electros with a high rate of fire make up for their inaccuracies and bouncing problems. Besides if you are like me and cant hit the broad side of a barn, sometimes the curve of the balls works in your favor. My CCI Phantom hates these balls though. Loss of FPS and extremely poor accuracy using these balls.
32 Degrees Team Colors - Superb medium bore balls - They have a thick fill, they break on contact, and they have a barely visible seam.
Extreme Point Blank - Acceptable medium balls - The shell is slightly more brittle and the seam is somewhat less obtrusive.
Spyder e-99 (black, vertical feed)
Armson Stealth 13" (black)
20 Oz. CO2
ACI Sub-Zero 6 Stage Expansion Chamber (black)
Dead On (Previously Psycho Ballistics)Universal Pro Style Drop Forward (black)
Ricochet AK Black
Venturi Bolt (home-modified - felt tipped)
ESP Frame (home-modified to silence that loud CLICK when you fire)
The bore size of Nelson Hot Spots are supposedly .689 - .690, but the canyon of a seam causes the paintball to get stuck in this sized barrel. You could get a larger-bored barrel, but all the CO2 would simply rush out around the ball.
These paintballs are insanely cheap. Back when I was still young and naive, I jumped at the opportunity to get a case of these for $32. Now I see why they were so cheap...
The seam is huge! When I say huge, I mean gigantic. It must add an extra .004 to the bore size! Why does this matter? The seam on paintballs is a large factor in those wild shots that swerve off in all directions. Then again, these paintballs don't always get that chance. The seam is so large that it can force the part of the paintball where the seam touches the edge of the barrel to actually break off the rest of the ball. This happens with probably one out of every twenty rounds fired. Nelson probably didn't want to re-forge the rollers that make paintballs, so they just made the shell thicker. Nice move, Nelson. Now, when that part of the paintball rips off, there's still just shell under it. The only problem is now they won't break unless you're shooting at something very hard, like wood. Unfortunately, our bodies are not as hard as wood - try poking your stomach and your desk. I unloaded on an opponent who was probably twenty feet away from me... only two shots broke and my barrel was literally dripping paint.
You pay for quality. Nelson Hot Spots are ridiculously cheap since the quality is ridiculously low. Even if you play renegade in the forest, I strongly caution you not to buy these paintballs. They do not fly straight, they do not break on targets, and they often do not make it out of barrels in one piece (and I've tried about 6 different barrels). The only reason why these paintballs scored any points at all is because they are paintballs that will fire and occasionally hit people, sometimes even breaking on them. In conclusion, buying these would be a dire mistake.
hmm... prolly the closest paint to this is Diablo Dusk. (Which I buy from Wal-Mart when I run out of PMI evil or JT maxims)
Rebel Xtreme with 13 in. Armson stealth barrel, 20 oz chromolly co2 w/ anti-siphon and on/off.
These are probly best wit medium bore barrels. My armson is supposed to be small bore but it works fine with theze.
CHEAP 33 bucks a case at shop4paintball.com
Decently accurate- they are pretty accurate- comparable to lower end diablos (but better than midnights)
small-medium bore (thats good at least for me)
Great shell- only had one break out of a case.
great shell color- if you get the kind with the dark green shell, the person you're shooting at can't tell where he being shot from.
the fill isn't very thick so its easy to wipe. Shouldn't be too much of a problem cuz u prolly woundn't use these in tourneys.
the balls aren't perfect but really good for the money. Cheaper than VL, be, zap and a hundred times better.
This gets a 9 out of ten cuz for 33 bucks they're some really good pballs. They are flat out the best paintballs below 50 bucks. If you're tired of buying paint at 60 bucks a case buy these. But, if you want to play with the best pballs spend the extra 25 bucks on some evils.