These are okay for rec-ball, but aren't that great of paintballs. If you are low on money, they are better than most brass eagle paintballs and other kinds sold at sport store chains, but you can get better paint for your money. They are $38.95 at my local store when they have them, but X-ball bronze is also that price and xball paint is much better.
Get them if you are low on money, but not the type of paint for tournaments
No breaks flies straight breaks on contact great cold ball
None that I can think of.
Once I tried these balls I have never switched to anything else. I play woodsball about 6 times a year in the cold and all my friends use them now. Thats how good this paint is! I keep paint stored all summer @ 65-70 degrees and balls still are impressive after sitting around 6 or 7 months. We usually play with around 20 guys and about 15 now use this ball after I first bought it.
If you play cold weather ball and haven't tried these I would try them out.
Break easier than most paint
Can veer off target sometimes
Larger than normal
Well i'd have to say this paint is pretty damn average. The flight of the them are pretty
average, the breaks in barrel that I get are about 2-4 within about 4 or 5 games.
Cleaning barrels can very tedious sometimes after evey game. They are also larger so you would need a bigger bore size in my opinion.
There are good aspects of this paint too. It's pretty cheap so if you need some paint that will work this would be the paint for you. The fill is bright too so thats a plus. Plus most of the time they're round so not too much trouble there.
It's a little bit better than average acctually. Use this if you're hurting for paint like i was.
I've only used these a few times, and they are ok. Good accuracy most of the time, a lot have dimples. Bright fill, hard to wipe. would not recomend for tournaments, but good for recreation. Can't get these at very many places though. Good in that no breaks in the bag, and only a few chops.
Tippmann model 98
Dye excel 12'' barrel
None so far
I bought these paintballs at eBay 1000 for $18 and i thought they gonna suck but when i tested them out i was very very very surprised. They were extremely accurate even on my stock 8.5'' barrel.i would definitely buy these paintballs again.I bought purple ones but thay come in many various colors.Good Job 32 degrees.
I would definitely buy this product again and so should you!!
Brass Eagle- i will never shoot it through my gun
Zap- cheap price but bad quality
Dragun TES black to red fade
Bob Long Torpedo Reg
empire 7 piece kit
empire kit, freak kit, j&j kit, kits work well.
Teardrop does pretty good
bright, shoots good with a kit
dimples easily, small bore size
I bought a case of this at a local pro shop because some friends told me it was good stuff. I opened a bag at my house and filled up my egg all the way. I grabbed my chrono and set it up on my deck shooting into the woods. I noticed how well it shot through my Empire kit. If you match up the bore size it shoots very straight. I noticed how bright the paint was after I shot up the tress in my woods. Theres no way you could miss seeing a hit or try to wipe that stuff off. If you leave the paint in the sun they get dimples really fast so keep them in the shade or cool. I didn't have a break in my barrel or gun. I was satisfied.
Good paint by a good company. There's better but for the price its the best around. I give it a 9 because no paint is perfect.
i have a spyder e-99 avant with a 14" all american and soon to be electric hopper
i used the barrel that came with my spyder and my 14" all american and they fire fine.
they're cheap, easily seen(blue)
they are very soft compared to marbalizers and draxxus
i have used 32 degrees p8nt 4 about six months now. i find that they are cheap ( 40 bucks for 2000) and they fire well. they don't break that much and they are a good buy for the money. if you just need to buy paint for target practice in your back yard, then go with the 32 degrees competition paint, but it you're going to a tourney, then definitley get draxxus, or hellfires
if you're cheap about paint then get these, but if you're a big spender when it comes to paint then get hellfires
Severe(good paint), PMI Premiums(shot better and less chops), Inferno(good and accurate but didn't like colder weather)
Kingman Fenix, 20oz co2, redz 2.1with redz belt, shocktech lp chamber, ricochet ak, coil remote, 32 Degrees Night Stick, New Designz High Performance Valve, Shocktech Super-fly Bolt
stock Fenix barrel put them pretty close together 32 degrees barrel kept them about the same
flew pretty straight
seemed like they wanted to stick togther a little
These balls are not horrible balls but they were not that great. They liked to stick to each other almost and wouldn't really feed fast enough. They kept getting chopped and that made me mad. With the Night Stick barrel they flew pretty far and were more accurate at about 7-8 balls a second then at 1 or less. I had the gun in a vise and tried it, they were just more consistent that way. stock barrel wasn't like that it was the exact opposite. i know that the stock barrel is .689 and the night stick i think is just a bit smaller. These balls had a great fill that would show up really well, although it wasn't that thick. i got these as a gift for my birthday and was happy for paint, i might buy them over some paint but they really aren't that bad.
I would say that if these are the cheapest where you buy paint to go ahead and get them but if there are other ones cheaper you could go for them. but if money isn't much of a concern or if you are like me and would rather have balls that you can depend on and have them take less amounts to hit somebody then pay more.
tippman A5 with flatline all stock and a Piranha E force core as a backup with SP progressive barrel
whatever you like
good when its nice out
not good when its cold
ok i went opening day to a field paint only park they had 32 degrees com balls.. it was about 45 outside . there was about 200 people with every marker you could ever think of and they were all breaking paint left and right ...my flatline untill that day had never broken a ball ... i could hold a ball at about 4 foot off the ground drop it and it would break ... so 2 things go threw my mind were they old as dust or just bad balls
i wish that they would put dates on paintball cases LIKE AN EXP DATE so players know what they are getting
all 32 deggree paintballs
brass eagle (cheap crap)
spyder imagine marker
a viewloader revolution 12volt with x-board
JJ ceramic barrel 14 inch
getting a tippmann 98 custom
this paint is smaller bore so any small to medium bore barrel will do
all kinds of different colors
explodes on contact
wont explode in your barrel
compared to the cheap wal-mart stuff its a little pricy at some places
i used these paintballs in many different courses. this is my favorite paint to use anytime. i love this paint! it is very high in quality, u can get it in every diffrent color, and it wont explode in your barrel (unless a specific reason) this paint has proved to me that it a very high quality paintball for the money u pay for it.
i would buy this paint for any course. its cheap, reliable, worth the money.