CORE Paintballs are produced by CORE Paintball Co. It come in a variety of color.
The shells of CORE are very solid, and you will find that all of the paint is circular in shape. (Rarely will you find a ding in the ball) The paint is a little thicker then other paint out there but is will show and the quality is great!
Core is a Practice/Play paintball and is sold in tubs instead of boxes, like most other paint is sold. It is a bargain paint and is a top of the line one at that.
The CORE Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
These paintballs are a very good choice for the player with a tight budget. They are cheap but are very good for the price. I have only used them for a few months and I have still not had a ball break with them. Also when you hit someone you can see it because the fill color is very bright. I would recommend these to any player on any level.
These are very good paintballs for the cheap price tag on them. I recomend them to anyone. The only bad thing is they are hard to find. I have to give them a nine because of that.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, March 5th, 2006 at 7:33 pm PST
They are good to practice with because there so cheap but in games arent too good frequent ball breaks. some split in the air. They break pretty good though. not good in cold weather. But I got them for 30 dollars a case of 2000 so for that price I might get them again Idonno though.
This paint wasnt great but if ur looking for cheap paint thats a good kind to get
game face e-rex pro
don't shoot this paint out of a barrel its better to throw it
There are absolutly no key strengths
Wealnesses dimpled, egg shaped , thin shell, poo like smelling
This is absolutly the worst paint i have ever bought. Bought 2000 case of these more than 3 fourths of them busted. Do not EVER buy this paint it is the worst in the entire world. It is really better to throw these than to shoot them. They never bust except when they come out of the barrel. I hated this paint horrible.
Don't buy this paint you will be severly disappointed in this i know i was. They are the most mishapen paintballs ever. These are worse than brass eagle paintballs. And thats pretty bad.
Variety of colors
They dont break in barrel(with good paint to barrel match)
Smell... but that's not horrible unless you enjoy sniffing your hopper! :-\
These paintballs are cheap. About $30 for 2000 of them. I've gone through two cases(4,000 paintballs) and not a single one has broken in my barrel. Every paintball that's came out of my barrel has flown straight(with the exception of wind). They come in a a variety of fills including red which is great for rec. players looking for a warfare aspect of the game. When I used CORE's my first time paintballin everyone was like "HA! YOU HAVE CORES!!" I simply filled my hopper, shot up a tree, went back, and showed them that my barrel was squeaky clean. Then I told them to go do that. They didn't want to cuz their fancy-pants paintballs were too dang expensive.
Great paintballs. They're cheap, fly straight, and I have yet to have a barrel break. Definitely a good buy.
Ok I like these because all i play is recball.
The cheapest we've got these for is like $28 for 2000! that's awesome!
The fill is usually pretty decent. bright if you can find the right colors.
OK out of about...8000 rounds..i dont think I've broke one in the barrel...
I've chopped a lot...but my gun had issues...but i think i have that fixed..
The consistancy sucks...I've measured about 100 of them...the range from like
.690(est I measured them a long time ago i can't remember them exactly) on the seam to like .670(est)...
i like them cause they're super cheap and have a decent fill.
Diablo dusk and nightmare Chronic Pro Formula, ZAP
Tippmann 98 Custom
Smart Parts All american back w/ 16" freak front
16" thunderpig barrel
just about anything
CHEAP! ($30-40 for 2000)
Good quality - broken very few
not the absolute best possible paint on the market
I use this type of paint as my main supply. I get mine for $40 for a tub of 2000 (yes, the come in a handy plastic tub for carrying and protection in transporting them, also in bags of 500 per bag inside the tub) However, very often you can get them on sale for $30. I have had no problem at all with these. Very few have broken (maybe 1/2 a dozen all summer) and i would contribute these to that i was using a stingray, I recently got a tippmann so we'll see if they break less. These are great balls for the price (or for most any price)
Buy it, If you are able to bring your own paint to the field, or if you play at home (as i do) by all means, buy these. They are inexpensive, but not cheap quality.
diablo dusk - some other diablo paintballs dont remember the name
98 custom - physco bullet drop forward - 32 degrees night stick (14") - 12 volt viewloader with x-board - macro line
stock barrel works fine
- 2000 rounds for $35 - $40
- good for rec ball
- some are messed up (kinda flat on one side)
sorta good paint. if u get luckey u wont have too many messed up paintballs. overall this paint works good in local games back in the woods and is also good as rec ball paint. i like the cheapest paint i can find so mabey u r like me. this paint is really cheap and is pretty good. altho it kinda smells u will not notice the smell after an hour or so.
if u are like me u don't like spending $70 on a case of paint so this is the cheaper way to go. u need to be able to stand smelly paint tho
Impulse Vision , New Designs short stubby Bolt, Ti pull pin, Rat Hole SS hammer, Slick Shot ram shaft, Rip Valve, Blade trigger, Impulse Gel Grip, Vert reg, Smart Parts short twister feed, smart lpr , Halo B ,and 68 4500 psi hpa .... Sweet!!!!
Freak TOTAL FREAK
Its good and cheap for rec ball and cold weather play
dimply, smelly, and kinda oily, but the vision eye see's it well.
Its not a bad ball as long as you get a kinda fresh batch, great for rec ball not a tournamet grade paint. I believe its a great ball for winter play thick shell and thick fill which lessens the ball breakage compared to the other higher priced brands in cold weather play which break a lot easier in cold weather play ( in the breech)....
For the price (Duhnams 34.99 / 2,000 rounds) Its cool as long as you check for broken balls in the case. It serves you well for rec play not a touney grade paint... I'm giving it a 9 cause I have shot 80,000 rounds of this stuff with my Impy with hardly no broken balls , but the ? is in the accuracy... Its fair paint ... For the price "Lite em up BABY!!!"
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, November 10th, 2003 at 10:23 pm PST
TL + w/J&J 14", bob long expansion chamber, spudnuk'l bolt.
-cheap ($29.99 for 2000)
-brightly colored (white)
-not brass eagle
I bought these for the simple fact that the price was the same as the ZAPs that the other players I play with use and the color was different. Well I don't like to bash products so I'll just tell you plain and simple, these did not do well on first impressions whether it was a bad batch or poor quality I can't say. The first thing I noticed was the massive dimples, I mean I thought it was a miniature golf ball. Second accuracy, I could not get these balls to keep a good grouping, most likely due to the dimples. Third Smell, for the first 500 balls I did not notice the smell but after I opened the next pack it smelt like rotten egg's. I did however like the white fill ( without the odor) when you hit a player you knew you hit them, and I did find that the paint did not wipe off easily. Some of the non-dimples balls, I did find to shoot rather well. Never the less I was happy when I finished up the bucket, so I could get something else.
Overall I was not impressed with these Paintball's, whether it was just a bad batch or just crappy paintball's I do not know. I might use these again if I was working on my marker and wanted to test fire some shots, but beyond that I would recommend going for Zaps if you are playing Rec. ball
6 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, November 5th, 2003 at 7:41 am PST
Really deformed. The case I got came with NO broken balls though.
I shot around 250 rounds through my Flatline and had one brake..... Flatline + Cheap Paint = crap. I put on my stock barrel and it worked fine. THIS PAINT IS ONLY GOOD FOR PRACTICE AND REC!!!!!!!!! IT IS NOT HIGH QUALITY PAINT, BUT IT IS CHEAP!!! It will work fine as long as you don't use long barrels or Flatline.
They are not very good paint, but I don't think they will brake much if you have a short barrel. Don't use long barrels for this paint, it will work like crap. They are insanely cheap though, and that makes them worth it.