New Formula, New Fill, New Shell, New manufacturer, and now a new way to match your paintballs to your barrel. The Ballgauge, a quik and easy way to find out the diameter of a paintball. Now available in select cases of ProBall free of charge.
The Archon Paintball Proball Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
I purchased a case of 2000 proballs and knew i was getting the best. In an entire day I used only 300, and I must say they are very accurate due to their small bore size, slightly more accurate than the nelsons. I had incredible performance with these paintballs in my armson rifled stealth barrel, as I said slightly more accurate than the nelson challanger paintballs I had before. I was able to hit any target easily without wasting several paintballs, I even hit one of my friends 12 times when he was running with these paintballs. They also have a pretty hard shell, not quite as hard as I thought they would be though. The price is even pretty cheap(2000-$50)See review of armson stealth for more details on these paintballs(SonOfSanfordAndSon)
They do hurt pretty bad when you get hit, then again most paintballs do though.
I would reccommend these paintballs to anyone, I only had one break of 300 in an entire day of gaming, and if you want incredible performance then these are the paintballs for you.
I dunno if i got a bad batch or something but these balls broke in my hopper and gun. I spent more time cleaning my gun and loader than playing. And i know it wasn't the gun. I used it in my Cocker and my friend in his bushmaster and we both had the same problems. Most of the balls were not close to being round. Ive heard of people getting bad batches but i didn't know it would be this bad. This is my first and last case of proball.
What barrel does this paint work well in? didn't work in any of mine
Is the shape round and consistant? nope prob got a bad batch
Is it worth how much it costs? no i could have gotten seconds for half the price
How does it compare to similar paintballs? comparable to seconds
Would you reccommend it to someone? not if all the balls are like the ones i got.
these paintballs are what i would call consistent.. affordabe.. common and gets the job done paintballs. they break rarely they shoot good and also hits target pritty hard..
on rare cases my balls dint break.. prolly about 5-6 of em outta the 1000 ballz i shot.. not 2 bad
if u jus tlike to play paintball. and dont give a $h** about all these expectations and details and just want a ball that flys outta ur barrel and hits someone.. which is wut paintballs is all about... then get this. to me all those expensive paintballs wit those great reviews about em dont differ much.. paintballs is paintballs as long as they dont absolutely SUCK
This Paintball is awesome. I really like it. it has a good chalky thick fill that is a pain to wipe. Great accuracy. Went through 1 case and only one ball break and that was my mistake. Cheap at least were i buy. The piant i would classified it as Blaze and All Star.
All Star being better Proball in the middle and Blaze lower. Some places can go a little outrageous on the prices. i buy it for $52.00 for 2000.
Great paint. If you are a tournment level player looking for tournment level paint this is it!
great paint hard shell so that it keeps shape but breaks easily on targets its a thick fill so its hard to wipe.
Its a little more expensive than 32 degrees paint but much better and sucks to wipe off after a game if your opponent has it.(ive been called out in an entirely different game than when i got hit because it doesnt wipe off after games)
Its a great paint harld ever chop and almost always breaks on you target get this paint you'll be glad.
good thick fill
breaks on contact
medium soft shell, not as hard as marbalizer
small bore paint
nothing at all. Great paint.
I used this paint with a medium bore AA just for fun, to prove to those reading this, how important paint to barrel match is. small bore proball with medium bore barrel = not good.
I shoot this paint through a DYE Boomstick on my autococker. I have bought several cases, and have not had a bad batch yet. very consistant shape. it's not super expensive paint, and it works great, it's worth the price. I pay $60 a case from a shop, I live in Hawaii.
I highly recommend this paint for Boomstick users! I hate using marbs because they have a hard shell, and it hurts like a **** when you get hit, and it doesn't break on ya.
ok i have a new kingman em1and 12v hopper and the only time i broke a ball was when i set the rof to hi for the hopper like 14 bps.but if i had a warp feed i could shoot around 19 bps with out a ball brake.
thay are very hard so thay dont brake on somthing soft(but if you put some marballizer in with some with you proball you can shoot throw stuff and then have the marballizer the bust on someone)
1 out of 30 has a weird marking on it, almost like a second.
What barrel does this paint work well in? Flatline, just about everything
Is the shape round and consistant? YES
Is it worth how much it costs? Eh, not really.
How does it compare to similar paintballs? its about average.
Would you reccommend it to someone? Yea, give it a try