These balls are cheap and good for the rec player, hence the name.
Do not keep well.
SMALL bore size - not a weakness just FYI
I bought these balls and they were fresh from my pro shop. I checked the bore to my barrel when I got home and it was a bit small, but I wasn't too bothered. My accuracy was a little off because of this. The bad thing about these balls are they do not keep well. I was playing in about 75-80 degrees and they were bad. They got sweaty and were bouncing off of people from less than 40 yards. The shells dont break they just crack. I tried my best to keep them cool but there is so much you can do at the side of the field on a hot day.
I give them a 6/10 not because they were inaccurate, that was my own fault the balls are on the small side. They do not keep well in the heat and seemed to bounce a lot. Maybe I should try them in colder temperatures next time.
The draxxus rec balls are okay for there price but they suck, im in the middle of a game then paint starts flying out of my barrel and balls start flying everywhere, Ive even had some
pop in my hopper when i jumped then paint get all over my balls then there really inaccurate and you've got a big mess to clean up, but if your just using them for target practice get these.
Dont get these balls, they suck!!! get some evil balls, evil balls are much better and not too expensive
Definately DO NOT use a Flatline with these barrels
Many dimples, easily chopped.
I may have gotten just a bad batch, but these paintballs are HORRIBLE with a Flatline! I rarely ever have to clean my barrel when using premium paint. But, with using these paintballs, I had to clean it atleast 5 times in about 3 hours of play. I've used some premium Diablos and they just work great with my Flatline.
If you can find a fresh batch, and you dont use a barrel that doesn't require a premium paint, this paint will work ok with your gun.
Spyder Rodeo, 14" All-American Barrel, Shocktech SuperFly Long Bolt, Shocktech Clamping Feedneck, 20oz Co2 tank, Extreme Rage Gravity Hopper.
Possibly any Smart Parts barrels
Dent too easily while in pods
I never really had a problem with these paintballs. But I noticed that when there are medium to large dents in the paintballs, thats when things go downhill. You be the judge of this, 65-70 degree weather, and 3, 140 round pods strapped around my waist. i went to go reload my hopper after I drained my last shots. Locked and loaded, I began to shoot at my enemys, the paintballs began to chop severly. I had the right amount of Co2 pressure compressing through my gun, and all I saw was paint spraying out of my barrel. Majority of the paintballs chopped and the shells kept spraying out the barrel. It seems that as soon as I bought new pods, all of a sudden the Rec Sports act funny.
They are not bad paintballs, just be careful of how much paintballs you stuff into a hopper or pod. Too much overload causes these paintballs to dent easily. Especially in very warm weather.
WGP Trilogy Pro~
32 degrees shark drop forward, Dye Ultralite barrel, and 47ci 3000psi n2 tank
I all used my all american with it
-Flys where I want it to
-Lack of colors
I have been using this paint along with the other more expensive Draxxus paint and I am very happy with it, my local field sells the RecSport for 48.00 a case which isnt bad, but I have purchased it for 32.00 a case online a couple times. I have found that the recsport is just as good if not better then Midnight and Blaze but cheaper. I used about 2 cases of Recsport (4000 pb's) on saturday and not 1 broke in the barrel or chopped in my Cocker. The Rec-sport is round,shoots straight and accurate.
Recsport is a solid 8 (Inferno 9 and hellfire 10)
Good paint, great price, buy it,shoot it anf have fun!
Only came in one Color from the case I got (Not a Real Weakness)
This was a choice of field paint at Factory PB (www.factorypb.com) in North Chicago Illinois, at this field they offer Evil, Draxxus Rec Sport and Draxxus Blaze. This past weekened I put about 5 Cases into my gun. 3 Which were Blaze and 2 which were Rec Sport. At factroy they change there cases out often so they always have fresh paint. Jim and Steve told me to test this stuff out and tell me how it was. Let me tell you, much better than the Evil and the Draxxus Blaze. Flew Straight, only had one chop because of my Halo when I was down to the last ball. It just outperformed the other two. Friend of mine had the New Shocktech Alias and I saw him chop a few with the Evil. But that could just be from the cold. Also its great because Factory is going to start selling the stuff for 40 Bucks a Case Thurs and Fri and possibly Weds. So how could it get any better
I will give it a 9, just because have not gotten a full feel of the paint.
ZAP rec - Can't compare
Wild Streak - No Comment
Rampage - Just as good
Shapnel - Not even close
PMI Cousins - Pretty Close
TL plus - Torp reg. Spudknuk'l Bolt, DH Striker, 32* Spring Kit, BL VA and LPC, NDZ HP Valve.
Pretty much any
- Good Fill
- No Dimples
- No Chops
- None really
Well, my buddy owed me a case of paint and decided that instead of the PMI Cousins that we have been using he wanted to try something a little better (Since he just purchased a cocker). First off, these paintballs ran about $40 a case about $5 more than the cousins. During my short use of these balls I did find that they did shoot pretty well, no matter what barrel was being used. I did have a few that were curving, but..hey three head shots in one game..I'm not going to complain. Now did I find these better than the Cousins, No I really didn't and thats just my opinon. Nevertheless these were really good rec balls. The fill was nice and thick, the shell broke on impact, I had no chops, most of the balls flew straight. Overall they were worth the price my friend paid.
Overall these are a great buy if you are looking for a good round about paint to use. I plan on really testing these against other brands in the same price bracket, once I do I will repost on how these held up.
Can be slightly dimpled and out of shape (only sometimes)
These are cheap at my local field (usually around $23 for 1000), so if im short on cash ill use them.They are decent paintballs.They are for the most part round.Sometimes you can get a bad batch that seems worse than others though.The fill is medium, not too watery, not like glue.They work fine in high pressure blowbacks, and low pressure guns (although i prefer more brittle paint).
WGP Dominator pait balls most recent....
Marco Line set up
Trinity On/off Asa
72ci/3000psi PMI tank
Any after market barrel should work
Bore sizes may vary
Being Recsport paint they are really good. Better than the average paintball at that price. I recomend them to anyone who is looking for the best performance and is short on cash. Even if i had teh money to buy the best paint out there i would still consider getting this over anything, and be able to but twice as much as other paint for that price.
Worth every penny....
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, February 21st, 2006 at 4:33 pm PST
2005 autococker prostock
All american barrel
Somthing smaller than .689 maby .687
Break kind of easy.
Today I decided to test the accuracy of these paintballs. At about 30 yards I was getting about a 2 inch group (keep in mind i am using an Autococker). I dont know why people say these bounce of target because mine splatered every time. Somtimes they are a little to breakible because if you drop them atabout 2 and a half feet they will break. But this might be because they were landing on the seams. Another good thing about these paintballs is that mine had a bright pink fill. They are also very cheap but have pretty good quality.
If you are low on money and want a good paintball. Buy these paintballs.