lapco big shot 14inch
20 oz on/off CO2
dosent break in barrel
none that i can see
These are the best paintballs that i have used. these are my favorites for both woods play and field play. They fly really good and dont drop off. I have shot more then 3000 rounds out my gun and ive never brokin a single ball. The best thing is that these paintballs are cheap. you can buy 2000 for $35. And for those who say they break to easy, maybe they should turn down there velocity.
These paintballs are awsome and i recommend these to anyone that wants good paint but doesnt want to spend alot.
System X Aftermath, PMI Premiums, Diablo recsport, RPS big ball, team colors, and other types of house paint.
Tippmann Custom 98, 12" CP Barrel, Empire Reloader, Dead on Drop Forward, 20oz tank.
.689 barrels like CP and DYE XCEL they're under $50.00, the paint is .689 bore.
Colorful fill, consistent shape. Cheap $35.00 at store.
a few balls didnt break at close target (dont know why)
I bought the paint at a local store. Tried it out over the weekend. Never was skeptical cause I tried 32 degrees paint before and they worked fine. Competition paint worked excellent for me. I used this paint at a Southern California field (Field of Fire) yes thats right Southern California hot summer weather!!! I was suprise that the paint did not swell and it kept its shape throughout the day. These pballs worked like a charm, I was able to hit targets and the paint to barrel match was awsome. I did face some minor flaws, some of the balls did not break (maybe around 20 out of a case) and I broke like 2 balls. The fill is great, the markings show!!! I had yellow fill and I was able to see whom I shot, most people have white or pink fill.
Competition Paint is one of the best pballs under the $40.00 price range, forget buying other house paints or even seconds for the same price, for $35.00 Competion Paint blows the competition out of other paint. Make sure you use a .689 barrel for perfect paint-barrel match. I was irritated why some of the paint did not pop...grrrrrr!!!
48/3000 pure energy tank
tear drop it is a really good barrel for this paint
-bright u can see when it hits
-breaks on target
-reliable company(32 degrees)
fits most barrels well
-tends to shrink and make dimples in cold
-breaks in barrel one time/ breaks the rest of the day
-not good for cold weather (32) degrees paint? yea right.
-doesnt fly far
get this paint if you need some bad. when i run out of evil in hyperball i just buy this stuff and use it in woods games. The cost is good but i would prefer pmi premium or some other paint. since nothing is a 10 and 9 iand 8 are a little high, i will give it a 7.
Never bust in barrel,gun or hopper.
Get soft easy in cold weather
These paintballs are really accurate in my Big Daddy barrel. I've only busted about 2 out of 1000 rounds. You know 32 Degrees is a very good company, so you know what ever comes from them is probably really good. This is a really good product. I like them better than Team Colors. These paintballs pretty darn accurate. I have only busted 2 and they busted in my hopper. I had my hopper completely full though.
Get these if you want accuracy. They have cool colors and have cool colored paint. Get 'em.
Any medium bore barrel. J&J Ceramic seems to work real well.
- Consistent quality, no dimples or leaks
- Good accuracy and flight characteristics
- Visible fill (I used black rounds with white fill)
- Seems to break on target consistently (less bounces than Team Colors)
- No barrel breaks at all in 1000 rounds
- Shell gets soft easily, must be kept in a warm and dry place. The slightest bit of moisture seems to make these rounds turn to gel.
- Pretty much the same as Team Colors, just different fill/shell combos.
- Make sure to get a fresh set - they don't keep well.
I was very pleased with the performance of these rounds. They seem to be nearly identical to Team Colors, but with less bounces. I'd buy them again. I only give them a 9 because I've definitely fired better (All-Stars), but for the price these are excellent rounds.
18 inch sniper barrel.
a zap mechanical hopper.
I hated these paintballs
They broke in my damn hopper.
These paintballs suck so bad. everyone that was using them was complaining about how they broke in the hopper. Before i even finish a hopper full my gun would get all gunked up and id hav to clean it tokeep playin. These paintballs are just so bad that i would love to see them discontinued.
These paintballs suck so bad that anyone who really knows the game will undersatand how bad they suck. It gets a 1
I only bought 2 cases, the first case was fairly large(691), the second case i bought was huge(bigger than 695). I couldnt get it to go through anything i had, i had to throw it away(very discouraging). I have heard that this was a fairly decent paint for cold weather , but i would know considering it wouldn't go through the barrel without breaking
Won't break in marker
You can see the fill
Sometimes hard-to-find[at stores]
Sometimes bounce at long-distances
A lil oily
I tested these out with a few markers.
Great paintballs for rec.
They almost always break.
they are pretty good paintball's, I like dusk better for mid-end paint though.
If your practicing, or just playing in the back-yard.
These will do the job, and do it well.
My local field switched from using GAP to 32 Degrees Competition recently and I just finally decided to get myself to the field.
Judging from some of the others that have posted reviews of this paint, I guess I just had a bad batch of paint today. I have NEVER had as many breaks in my A-5 as I had with this paint. For those who never used a Tippmann A-5, let me tell you, it is almost impossible to break paint in the barrel or the hopper itself. Yet from the first chrono shot, paint broke in the barrel.
So I switched guns to make sure it’s not the A-5 itself causing the breaks. I used a WGP Sniper with an Evil Barrel and it did the same thing. I then switched to a Sheridan KP-3 Pump and it did the same thing. Then in desperation, my PGP2k1 and it did the same thing. So needless to say, it was not the A-5.
Then someone with a Bushmaster was complaining about the same thing so it was not the fact I was using a “low end” gun either.
I would not of used this stuff in the first place but I was too lazy to get to a pbstore to buy PMI Premiums (or whatever they are calling it this month) like I would normally would and frankly, after today, I would probably not buy them at all
Sorry but this is stuff is not even useful for "backyard ball" and most certainly NOT useful for any real games.
Armotech WG-65 Elite
Bushnell 4x32 Scope
Low Power Laser
Teardrop work great, Whisper's ok
Medium bore size (.688-.690)
sometimes break easy
dont always break when u want em to
I've beeen using these pbs since I started paintball and still use them here and there even with my new gun.
They work awsome in my Tippy with a teardrop barrel, and the price is great going for less than $45. Not the best paintballs for the winter, but that's ok, they are realy cheap.
Sometimes they break when I dont want em to, and visa-versa, which gets kind of annoying, but hey it happens. THis is very rare too, even in my Whisper barrel.
They are great for most medium bore size barrels, and usually work.
I reccommend these to anyone who maybe plays rec ball or walk ons, but likes to use ALOT of paint. You can almost get 2 cases of these (4000 rds) for the price of 1 case of some other brands of paint. Sure they arent the greatest but they will get the job done.