The fill in this paint is very bright, the size matched my barrel so I got good accuracy. The fill itself is greasy and leaves stains. The shell is very thick and doesn't break much. Alot of mine were dimpled. The seam on these balls sticks out and scratches the inside of your barrel.
Good field/rec-paint. Don't use it for a tourney or anything. Beware that it might scratch your barrel.
Tippmann 98 E w/ 14" Smart Parts Tear Drop Barrel, 32 Degrees Shark Drop Forward,
X-Chamber, Revolution 12 volt.
CMI Tru-Flight A-5 Stock Barrel
Smart Parts All-American 98 C Stock Barrel
Smart Parts Tear Drop
Accurate, bust on target, Never break in my gun, barrel, or hopper
Shell gets soft if left in wet, cold places
I use these pballs everytime I play. One of my buddies that plays has a Spyder Flash and they bust a lot.....they bust in all Spyders.These paintballs suck in BE, and Spyder barrels, suck, suck, suck!!! They're accurate in the CMI Tru-Flight Barrel really good. I've never busted a ball in this barrel. Try these paintballs out. They're accurate, and has a nice shell.
These pballs are cheap, but good......get 'em. Get 'em Get 'em
Didnt curve barely at all and broke when i wanted them to.
They need more colors.
They were wonderful. They didnt curve barely at all and would break whenever i wanted them to. My dad and i had them for two weeks sitting under the christmas tree and opened them and worked fine. Only like 10 max. pballs that broke in the barrel that day.they were alittle too hard and didnt break quite as often as i wouldve liked but ill live with it.
Best paintballs for the price. And very good performance. Nuff said.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 4th, 2003 at 3:21 pm PST
buy paintballs for your barrels.. not barrels for your paintballs
they shoot accurately and are very easy to get a hold of, almost every online and offline store will carry this brand and make, probably one of the few good things 32 makes still. this is however good paint among diablo/draxxus
the paint is a bit expensive compared to other paints.. why would you wanna spend about the same price when you can buy diablo/draxxus paint?
good paint, perfect shapes, the only prob is that it sells for about the same price as diablo/draxxus like i said, this is good paint, havent had problems with them, they mark very well
Blue metal-flake tippmann 98C, Flatline barrel, pb drop forward, Full boar shadow, GTA Xchamber
I have experience with Flatline, CP, & JNJ ceramic. of these, the ceramic is best for this paint
it's paint, and it's .68 caliber. sometimes you'll get thick fill, sometimes. Sometimes you'll shoot in excess of 50 consecutive balls without a break or chop. Very Cheap.
Thin, hard, brittle shell. usually thin, watery fill. relatively inconsistant size or shape (some of these balls look like they have elephantitis or something). you rarely shoot in excess of 51 consecutive balls without a break or chop. Hard to hit a target. (Heck, it's hard enough to get this paint all the way out of your Barrel, let alone to an intended destination). also it tastes horrible. (all paint does, but this paint doesn't have anything going for it anyway.
Keep a squeegie handy. or just don't use this paint. I give it a 3 because it's not brass eagle.
Markers I Use: BL Intimidator, STO Cocker , Cocker 01 and B2K Bushy
Others Markers I have shot this paint out of: Spyder Compact, Shutter, Extra/ Pirahna, Rebel Vert, Rebel BL and a Rebel LE
Medium to large bore barrels with this paint.
The colors are nice and it shoots well out of the higher end markers and the price is decent.
A Lot of Chops and Barrel spray out of the lower end markers. Excessive actually.
It seams that they are an OK ball at a decent price for low pressure markers, but high pressure markers break more paint than it is worth for the savings. It seems to me that 32 Degrees balls should at least shoot from the low end 32 Degrees markers, but they don't. Recommended for Rec ball only with high end markers.
ok paint, better then brass eagle. and i didnt have any breaks in my pump. the purple ones show up farly well
it is made really crappy. i can see the seam which the ball was filled in. it is cracked across that and makes it easier to break along that line. they don't fly straight, they tend to curve to one side or the other. also they have dimples and other flaws
i would suggest this paint if it was cheaper, but it's not. so your better off just buying some vl paint if your tight on cash. if ya want paint in this price range though. i say you should get yourself some team colors. those showup well, fly straight, and hardly never break, unlike this crappy paint. In colclusion it's better then brass eagle, but not worth the price. buy team colors instead.