NELSON ,MARBALIZER, VIPER VENOM, DIABLO, PMI PRIMER
Triple A Autococker with a custom milled and nickel plated body, with TTF upgrade, Custom Freak barrel, Cp lightning Drop with Worr / on off thats all nickel plated, 114/4500 Nitro Duck Tank, Halo B
G-3, FREAK ,PIPE any thing with inserts
this Paint was cheap for me and i used it and it was very good.
People who use cheap barrels
This Paint is very good for the price. theonly thing u have to worry about is the size of the bore of ur barrel if u have G-3, Freak, Pipe u will have no worries.
ANGELS CANNOT USE THIS PAINT WITH STOCK BARRELS IT GOES EVERY WHERE
and one more thing that makes me mad are the people that give this paint bad reviews becasue they break balls or because they wont fly straight. all becasue they are using a crappy barrel
YOU WILL LIKE IT I have been playing for 11 years i know what im talking about
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, August 23rd, 2003 at 1:34 pm PST
All star, Comprtitive edge, BE, TC paint, Draxxus, Seconds,Ect.
Spyder Electra, Bandit bolt, EV II Hopper, Smart parts expansion chamber, Powerlyte Scepter system barrel.
Medium Bore. You people that break this paint need to size your barrel better.
Breaks on people every hit!!! Good shape & seam for the price.
They fly pretty straight. A few hook balls, but blows Brass Eagle off the map!
My friends & I have shot about 20,000 (orange)of these this year & I do believe I will continue to use these for some time to come. Granted they are not All Stars by any means but who can afford to shoot them every weekend? I buy these because it cost me $131.00 for 4 cases shipped & that will last me about 2 weeks. Yeah I have had some barrel breaks about a dozen( out of 20,000) but that is the trade off for paint that will not bounce off your opponent.
This paint is not good for woods ball but everything else it is!
Good color (orange)
Semi thick fill
Won't bounce off
My rating will base this paint Vs. all paint in it's price class
Buy it & try it
HELLFIRE, BLAZE, INFERNO, DEVIL. PMI, MARBZ, ALL STAR, JT...ETC.
black 2003 lcd matrix, evil pipe or dye ultralight when it fits the paint, 92/4500 lp xfire tank, smoke halo b, shocktech long drop with asa...cotton boxers...tube socks...blahb lahblah
BIG BORE BARREL
very cheap paint and breaks pretty good
not the thickest of fills, not the most consistent of ballz
these balls are perfect for cheap paintballs. they break on target and have a decent fill. i only suggest using the orange/orange though because the others are quite crappy filled. we shoot these at practices and have only been disappointed because they swell up pretty big. please hook us up with a sponsorship zap. thanks.
i recommend buying these if you are looking to save some money. zap feel free to sponsor "the lost boys" paintball team. we use alot of your products.
all american 12" / viewloader vl 12"
stock barrel should be fine
thick body, cheap, few chops
not tourney, too thick for LP
I was shooting this paint in my backyard and they worked fine through both my VL 12 inch and stock spyder barrel. I even went through precision practices and these paintballs worked just fine. They are the cheapest paintballs at my local pro shop and I plan on buying more for rec ball playing and also playing with my friends. The price on them is great so I'm not complaining. I really dont have much to complain about. I did chop 1 ball but then again, I was firing full auto with a standard gravity hopper. Just make sure you clean your barrel if you chop this paintballs. They have a really thin filling so they are easy to clean off when playing with friends.
Great paintballs if you're going to play a lot of rec ball at local parks and such. They price is great on these paintballs. They have nice thick shells for people using hot firing stock spyders. I haven't had a problem with them yet. I'll give them a 10 because they haven't given me trouble and I'm not comparing them to marbalizers and such.
not the most accurate paintball but you get what you pay for
its a good paintball if your on a budget. if you have an adjustable barrel and you can get it where it wouldnt bust i wouldn't buy anthing other but then this stuff. If you have enough money to buy midnight get somethin like that. if you have a adjustable barrel and you can get it where it wont bust i would buy it all the time.
it its a good paintball but i wouldn't suggest it if you want something for tournaments.
Impulse w/ Freak Barrel (complete freak insert). CO2 on a remote line.
Not real consistant in shape and size
I bought this paint just for some cheap stuff for plinking in the back yard. I shot 500 balls thourgh my gun with no breaks. I have a complete set of freak inserts and I noticed that they fit best in one of the largest inserts. A lot o fthe reviews above claimed a lot of breaks...I'm guessing that they had smaller bore barrels. It seems to have a thick shell so I'm guessing that you'll get a lot of bounces on long range shots. But overall the paint serves its purpose: A cheap paint for backyard target practice and walk-on rec ball with low-end guns...if you have a high end/low pressure gun, stick with the better stuff with thinner shells (like Blaze or Inferno). To get the most from your setup you need to pay for the better paint. But if you've got a high pressure gun you need a thickershell anyway.
Good for low-end high pressure guns...but you need a barrel with a larger than standard bore. Not real accurate because the balls are not consistantly round.
The bore size of the barrel should be the proper size for the paintball, for maximum air efficiency, and accuracy with less breaks.
fairly bright fills
accuracy is occasionally off
Its good field paint, or practice paint. Either way, you can't go wrong-at least with the price. Breaks aren't much of a problem, but sometimes accuracy was a problem for me. The ball seemed to be going straight, and then suddenly it would appear to curve. That was the only problem I encountered, and it wasn't very consistly a problem. Other than that, this paint is a real bargain. Economically challenged paintballer should look no further.
Excellent field paint, designed for the $ challenged paintballers. There are so many of us, and this is a temperary solution until the high quality paint prices go don-if it ever does. Occasional accuracy lapses are the reason I give this paintball a 9 instead of a 10.
-Spyder Flash LCD-
12" SP All-American
12v Empire Reloader (not the conversion kit, the real deal!)
any other than stock
Greasy like fried chicken.
I bought these to see what a $35 case of paint was like. It surpassed my expectations completely. Sure I had a few broke in one of the bags, but they still shot nice. Most were round, more round than dusk's. They are greasy but they fly good. The fill is fair, I think you should try to buy green fill or pink to see if you got a break or not, but if you are playing with cheaters, buy different paint, the fill is not to thick.
If you shoot a case per outing these rock! Pro or stock players should buy better paint.
System X: Steel Paintballs (beach balls, keep away)
Red ANS GX3 Cocker
12" OTP G3 Dream Series (primary)
12" Boomstick (secondary)
Pure Energy Nitro
medium to large bore barrel
or multi-bore barrel is better (such as a freak or OTP G3)
-no chops, but my cocker doesn't chop
-flew relatively straight
-got alot of bounces of me
-didnt seem to fly as far as most paint
this was that paint being sold at the field so everyone had to buy it. not bad for it being zap, since other zap paintballs usualy suck. i got alot of bounces off me tho. these things are also very hard, i had huge welts from being shot from 10-15 yards away. over all this is pretty good paint, but there is better.
very good field paint. even tho zap doesn't have the best reputation, their primer isn't bad at all. if you can pick up a case for cheap, definately do it.