Tippmann 98 custom with teardrop 14" barrel with a revvy with Xboard
Doesn't really matter
They shoot, not bad fill, fun for rec
Not pro, a little over priced, fun to shoot just for fun
I got them at a sports authority cause i wanted to shoot in my backyard and i was out of paintballs. Fun to shoot for no reason, i geuss i could play with them. I would get another type for a real game, but these work just fine for giggles.
I give it a 7.5 but i'm going to round it down because i don't think it deserves a 8, it
awesome ... there good for anygame anyday anytime .... dont usually break if your shooting a long distance cuz the hard shell but who dos that nyways/// yayayay yay aya yayay yayay yay yay yay y happpy time theaterThe following field contains too few words.
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these are possibly the worst paint balls ive ever used they never break and when they do break its normally in my barrelthey have broken in almost every barrel ive used them in . when they do fire they bounce off trees and are very inacurate. the only good part about then is their cheap and have bright colors. you shouldnt even waste your money on these paint balls they suck
dont waste your money on these paint balls you should save up for experimantal brain surgery if u even consider purcusing them
Draxxus Dusk- quite better
PMI Premium- Way better
Afterburner- Way worse
98 custom w/ 12" nyte stikk barel
Good Bright fill
With my stock barrel shooting the zap sports was pitiful, no distance, no accuracy. Even when i was hitting people they would just bounce off. My friends laughed at me as I shot one and it bounced off several trees before spiraling off into the woods. Dont get these unless your short on cash! Awful paintballs
J&J Ceramic - Never broke a ball with it (and these aren't the best paintballs)
The break in the stock barrel
Don't fly straight
The price... very inexpensive. I bought 200 for about $3.50 at Sports Authority.
Good enough for target practice
With my stock barrel I broke alot of paint. Alot being about 5 per 200.
Noticed alot of curving.
These balls are just what you should expect for the price. They're cheap, they will break in the barrel and they don't shoot too straight but they WILL surfice if you don't want to spend too much.
Try this paint out. Find out if it works for you, you'll only be out acouple of bucks if it doesn't. Now that I have the J&J Barrel I can shoot these fine and they work for target practice. I do NOT reccomend them for a serious game. If you just go out shooting with your buddies and you don't have the money for Draxxus Rec-Sport then give these balls a shot.
Blue Streak~ Hard as hard stuff
Sunflare~ Pretty good
68 Automag with some stuff
Spyder 2 in 1 with a winforce and other stuff
Can break in bag sometimes
I got some of this paint for some rec ball. And was decently surprised at how good it was. It was 1200 for 20$(sale) and I figured, hey this is too good a deal to pass up. So I picks meself up one said box, and used it. Only the occasional break, which was prolly due to my flying around the field more than anything else. It broke on contact 99% of the time, and this is in pretty cold weather (30's). This is now my new rec ball paint of choice, which is saying alot cause mostly all I play is rec ball.
This is very good rec paint. for the price It's rather unbeatable. But also for this paint in general, its not amazing
I bought 1200 paintballs for 20$ at Sprts Authority, and i was real happy with the price, until I used them.They chopped so many balls even when i was'nt trying to fire rapidly.I broke atleast 1 out of every ten balls.The accuracy was'nt all that bad but so many of them were chopped, I had to stop to clean my barrel like every minute it semmed like, oh well, you get what you pay for.
This paint would'nt be that bad if you planned to to shoot ant piles at point blank range or something stupid like that.But for games I would not reccomend them.
I consider zap paintballs to be pretty good. When I had my spyder, I would have prefered using dusk paintballs, but after buying my phantom i realized I couldnt anymore. The diablo dusk paintballs just rolled out of my barrel, while the zaps fit perfectly. I know that zaps may not frequently burst on target, but they are a good bang for the buck. I usually get them at sports authority when they are one sale for 1200 for $19.99, which is very cheap in my area. I would switch to marbalizers, but they cost a whopping $65 a case of 2000, and are rarely avalaible at my local store. Maybe 1 out of every 6 balls will fly straight, which is good enough for me. (I'm poor)
While zaps may not be the best paint, they certainly are good for the money. I give zaps a 7 because they can get the job done.
Blaze, Marballizer, viewloader iballz, field paint
Tippmann A5, E-Grip, All American 2k2 14 in barrel, PMI remote w/slide check, 3A Paintball 68/4500 Fiber Tank
-Ball breakage in gun every hundred rounds or so
I bought a case of these at Sports Authority because they were half off (1200 rnds for $20). They looked decent, so I tried them in my A5. They flew straight when I shot slowly, but as soon as i kicked up the ROF, the balls started breaking. It wasn't bad, but i would never use these in a M98 Flatline. The fills are nice and thick, so wiping would be hard to do.
These balls are good if you just want to mess around in your back yard and plat slow paced rec ball. I wouldn't reccomend using them in cold weather or in tournement play.
Storm, Diablo Dusk, Big Ball, IBallz, one or two more
.689 (min)... .691 is best, I think
Large bore balls means you need a large bore barrel (duh)
Shoot fine if you have the right barrel size
They're kinda cheap
NOT a good fill... neph
They're cheap (9$ per 500 at my local store when on sale), plentiful, easy to find, are compatible with most stock barrels (seeing as they are almost always large). In my opinion, you're better off going for these than your rental 'big balls'.
They want more words. I always thought that everything should be short and sweet. Oh well.