Impulse with dart bolt, other things....doesn't matter too much.
Anything bigger than .683-4.
Round, cheap, fill, accurate
Not any for the price.
I bought some of this paint as a test paint the other day to toy with while practicing.
Very shiny oily shells, that are perfectly round and small. Shell is orange and red very bright.
The shells are perfectly round.
Small Bore, so you open bolt guys don't need to worry bout chopping.
Fill is extremely thick and very bright orange.
Hard to wipe a hit
Accurate because the shells are nice and round
Shells are thin and usually break.
Sometimes the shell won't break.
I used these to practice at my house, and they do the job.
*Edit* if you don't use this paint the day you buy it they get major bounces.
I'm changing the rating to an 8.
Good paint for the money. While they have the drawback for closebolts, and the shell not breaking just EVERY once in a while, but it's still a rarity, because I can shoot 185 fps and have the balls break still.
Good buy - 8
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, September 8th, 2004 at 9:02 pm PST
tipman 98 custom w/ a smartparts teardrop barrel(bore size .689 perfect 4 these balls)
any barrel w/ a .688-.690 bore size (http://www.vmempire.com###########/boresizes.htm for bore sizes
breaks on ur target,doesn't break in ur gun, thick paint fill, many colors
overall, these are great paintballs for recreational play, or tournaments if u want. they have a variety of colors and great fill. Going for $45$*oops i had said 55$ be4* for a case of 2000. these paintballs are definitely worth their price.they wont screw up ur gun by breaking in the barrel but will break on ur target.
go buy these paintballs if they r the right size 4 ur barrel
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 5th, 2004 at 5:10 pm PST
Dusk-Good paint for a cheaper price
Marblizers-Very high quality but not worth the price if you ask me
JT Predators-the worst paint I've used to date
Zap-Pretty poor quality imo
32* 2003 Expansion Chamber
32* Flame Drop
Madmann Spring Kit
Custom Trigger Job
Clear Dye Stickies
16oz Stubby w\anti siphon
Any medium bore barrel
This happens to be my paint of choice. Its not the best paint out there but its very good for the price and is very high quality paint. It shoots extremely accurately, I've had no breaks or dimpled paint in every case I buy. It just really helps out your accuracy, and wont break in your barrel, only on target.
There is better paint available but for the price I think its the best high quality paint out there. So if you have a medium bore barrel go for this paint. I've never had a bad expirance with it, and highly recomend this paint.
32 Degrees Team Colors, Draxxus Hellfire, Midnight
E99, Bob Long Torpedo, CiP 15* assault block, poormans lighting bolt, J&J 14" Ceramic
J&J Ceramic, Dye SS, Smart Parts All American
Shoots Straight, never breaks, bright
its always sold out at the store i get it from
Great Paint, I love all draxxus paint, shoots real nice out of my JJ Ceramic, never curves or breaks, and if it breaks cause it didnt get fed quick enough it cleans the barrel unlike the 32 degrees team colors which breaks and doesnt seem to fit any barrel except the ones they make. I really love this paint i never had a problem with it and i can get it for 40$ a case which is real nice since i paid 65$ for my marbleizers and these are just as good. since u can actully shoot these, cause ur flat broke after a 70$ case of paint u got not air to shoot it with so the 40$ for a case is real nice and they never broke in a vaiety of guns i have used and played with, with a number of barrels and upgrades on each gun some stock guns, some POS guns that are being held together buy a tie-rap but no matter what it went straight every time, and doesnt swell up if u dont use it, cause some paint i have used if u put it into your loaders the oils from your hands eventually make them soft and the get big and u have to throw them away. never ahd this problem some even get flat spots from being in loaders never happened, some flat spots from the bag it came in even never had that problem here either, i jsut bought a case of 32 degrees team colors, i shot about 700 rounds of it, and i sold it to some kid that wants paint, it was horrible the balls were broken and such it was just bad paint, i was very disapointed with that case thats why i dont use 32 degrees, i know that with ever case of draxxus i buy there wont be any flat spots, no broken balls, nothing they are in perfect condition and they fit my barrel great.
very nice paint, if ur looking for some thing is just as good as the top notch paint but not as expensive buy these, i have never had a problem with this paint in about 6 cases, maybe in the 18case range since i sometimes split it with my friends if they buy some ill buy a bag from them, so 36000 paintball range my freinds and i have never had any trouble with Draxxus paint of any type. buy this i hope u have the same experience
WGP E-Ranger w/Spyder barrel adapter (No upgrades needed besides a barrel)
Spyder TL Plus w/Drop forward & Off/On Adapter
68ci 3000psi Crossfire tank
14" Custom Products Barrel (Used for both markers)
Any barrel other that stock
.689 and up
Any Custom Products barrel
Made By Diablo (aka Draxxus)
Balls did NOT bust in 1000 rounds
If you have the chance to buy this paint, buy it! It is very good paint for the price. I used 1000 rounds and none busted. I used it on three types of markers (Mokal Fokus, Spyder TL Plus, WGP E-Ranger). The paint worked very well on all the markers. However, if you have five more dollars, get the Diablo Inferno. Inferno breaks well on contact, and contain a heavy fill, which helps in preventing those from attempting to wipe it off. I recommend all the Diablo paint for tournament and recreational players.
Automag 68 classic, 88 ci 3000 psi nitro duck tank, 14" J&j creamic barrel, gadget foregrip, and benchmark drop foward
any that match up with the paint
won't break in the barrel
very good shell its thick enough not to break on twigs but will break on people
birght color shell you can see the ball coming at you making it easy to dodge the paint.
this is a very good paint you can get for around 50 bucks for a case. there might be paint out there that cost less but you get what you pay for. there are always paint that is supposedly better out there that cost more. just keep in mind more expensive stuff isn't always better then the cheaper stuff
JT Excellerator 3.5e
they work great with anything, but obviously better barrells means better shots
Few breaks, very accurate
This paint is hands down the best paint i have ever used. With a rented Tippman 98, they shot perfectly, as opposed to field pant with swerves horribly to either side. I was even able to win a one on one fire fight with an ion. twice. If it werent for the price tag, i would use this paint everytime i played
if your complaining about ur rental not shooting good enough, buy this paint and try it. I guarentee you will see an improvment
Icon T PDS, Reloader B, 72/3k, rest is classified ; )
Ceramics and stainless.
Very, very, round. Predictable bore size from batch to batch.
Not exatcly cheap.
Putting 1000 of these thru my 16" J&J ceramic was very impressive. At 100 feet, 11"x10" target, 20/20 breaks on target. The best result i've had yet. These are some of my favorite balls to use. Its very interesting the response you get from nooby players when you show up with good paint. It seems to have an intimidation factor all its own.
Extremely round, not dimpled. Good paint.
My J&J is a medium-wide bore, so it shoots most paint fairly well.
Great paintballs. Great option. I'd take em to a tourny. I reccomend them, by all means.
Tippmann 98 w/14" All-American 20 oz Co2 Gravity feed
Ion 12" All-American, Drop Forward, 48/3000, 12v Revvy, Bulltet Drop Forward
Any barrel with the right bore size
break on target
not as expensive as Marbs and Evils
Sometimes a breakage in the gun
These are great paintballs (for the price mind you) the paint inside the ball is a vivid color so you can always know when someone is out. The shell is kind of soft but I have never had any problems with them not breaking on target. From my own experience I don't know if these paintballs are wipe-able, but as good as everything else there must be some flaw.
If you can't afford to buy Marbs or Evils go with #5 on my list of paintballs
Tippmann A-5 with many upgrades:
Wicked air sportz equalizer board upgrade,
JCS deul trigger,
GTA double trigger,
Stainless steel screws, both airr tipps, and e-bay ones
Crossfire 70ci 4.5k psi peanut tank high output
Dye rhino tank cover 70ci peanut + fill nipple cover, and thread protector,
Flatline barrel *works well if you understand how to use it*,
Flatline quick disconnect stainless steel thumb knobs,
Stainless steel freak kit *all american 14" front, black*,
Custom flatline barrel condom, stock flatline barrel condom, and smart parts american flag barrel condom,
DOP rear velocity adjuster,
and a tool box that has everything you need for keeping JUST this gun up *including the oil*, and has all my stock parts, i dont throw anything out.... Oh and squeege's and straight shots just for this gun... I know im spoiled.
Above is just my love gun...
Backup gun *aka to lazy to clean my A-5 after i play gun*
JJ ceramic Barrel
20oz (co2 i know but i dont care)
lapco, freak, most .689 work
Good paint quality
Not the best, bouncy
Okay these are great paintballs dont get me wrong, the shell's seems arn't bad, and its very round, but it isn't the best..
shootin 260 indoors i shot some1 from 10' away in the chest and saw it bounce, i know 260 is low, but COME ON!! also had reports from other team that i bounced em 3 times in the same game... GODDD Accuracy: no complants, i use blaze as a standard that all high quality paint MuST AT LEAST match.. Fill is great, and shell life is also good, but its a bouncy paint... breaks on guns though, duh....
Overall i love it and buy it when not buyin' dusk (slightly more brittle) unless playin touny's..
Very good practice, rec, and weekend play paint would give a 8.82 because it bounces