I shoot a pipe kit, worked fine for me.
Lots of colours
"Pink does more than you think!"
A tiny bit bouncy
I used this at my first tournament and they shot great. They were the higher end paint (compared to Severe Hurricane) of the two and I thought they were good. They were $100 Cdn. per case, which is cheap around here for quality paint. I had no breaks in my Autococker, but my friend broke about 3 in his Impulse just because he accidentally shot with his barrel condom on, duh. I would use this paint again, no doubt.
The only problem for me was that they have a really small bore, i have a pipe kit and even the smallest bore (.683) didn't fit it perfectly.
Great paint! 9 because of bounces.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 27th, 2005 at 1:48 pm PST
PMI Piranha VTL, smoke empire reloader, phat on/off and mini drop, E-force frame, 12 inch quiet riot, 68/3000 Pure Energy Tank
Something with the right bore
Accurate, good fill, pretty colors :D
Kinda spendy, dont do too well with low end guns
This is the kind of paint that is used at the field i go to. They sell it by the bag, 20 bucks for 500!!! Im sure its just because its field paint, and it is usually very spendy, but anyways. I used it in my piranha, and it did well, there were a few times that the balls broke in the gun, but no big deal. Very good accuracy, good fill, nice shells.
Dense, thick fill
Price...$63 a case here
This is severe's top of the line tournament grade paint, and is one of the best paints i've tried in any price range.
Great breakage..the shell is a little more brittle than other types of paint, but with a low-pressure marker this isn't a problem. The more brittle shell encourages breaks that you might not have gotten with a different paint.
The fill is impossible to wipe. And the paintballs are some of the very few that do actually seem to function as a solid when they are flying through the air.
On an interesting note, these seem to function very well with the Tippman Flatline barrel. They seem to do away with the upward curving float that you have a tendency to get and rather just provide a nice flat trajectory.
I introduced one flatline user to these balls and he hasn't used a different kind since.
anything that fits. My friends ultralite .689 works perfectly.
Cheap, nice quality.
Can be the price depending where you buy, can get a bad batch.
It is good paint for any serious PB player. I use it in my autococker, and soon my GZ when it comes. It is inexpensive, I believe you can get it around 50$ online, and 60-100$ a case at fields. I have had a few bad bags, and some occasional breaks. I have broken very few so I highly reccomend this paint.
no barrel breaks, great fill, great shell, perfect ball.
none that i can think of
These are my favorite tournament balls! They're kinda spendy ($65 - $70) so i wouldnt recommend them for practice unless you're rich or sponsored by them. The shells are brittle, but they will never break in a good quality gun. The fill is some of the thickest i've ever seen and it has metallic gold flakes that will never whipe. This is over all the best paint i've ever shot. Perfect roundness and you can barely tell that there's a seam!
If you have the money or are looking for a high quality tournament paint, buy this! You wont regret it!
PMI Premium-Above average
Severe Typhoon-Above average
Small or Medium bore barrels
-Thick bright fill
-Breaks on target all the time
-Hard to find
-A bit expensive ($65-70 a case)
I shot a full case of Cyclones and had a VERY good experience with them! All of them broke on target and they were very very accurate. They tend to run a bit small for my barrel, but I had no problems with them at all. The fill is thick and glittery and very hard to wipe. The pink fill stained a little bit, but no huge deal. Overall, a very high quality paintball!
I would reccomend this paint to anyone! Buy if you have the cash.
Tippmann 98 custom, 14 inch j&j ceramic, 8 stage expansion chamber with macro line, double trigger,adco sure shot,starfire front bolt, rocket cock.
mine works really well..
thin shell,thick paint, they shoot straight
none I can think of
these work very well....i had a bag that was a month old and they shot just as straight then as when i first bought them. Every now and then they bounce off, but that could be because of their age.The fill is very thick and bright, makes it near impossible to wipe.
i highly recomend these to anyone who wants a cheap good shooting paint.
-Thickest most wicked fill around
-1/10 balls bigger than other
-Expensive, $65 a case at my local shop.
This paint is awsome!! Period. This paint has the thickest paint around. The pink fill is extremely cool. The metallic flakes in the fill make it so people cannot cheat during the game. If they wipe the color off, which i doubt they will succeed at, the metallic flakes remain on.
This paint is great for anyone that can afford it. Its a alittle spendy but its well worth it. Go and try a bag or a case of these babys.
my whole team uses it for practice and scrimmages and it is horrible and good at the same time for a weird reason everybody hates it but for me shoots fine while im not in a game. during a game it flys all over the place i get clear shots and cant get them.
still i get it for 25 dollors a case.
if u can get it as cheap as i can do it it will eventually go on target !