Team Colors paintballs are a thick shell/thin fill paint that comes in a whopping 31 different 2-tone shell colors! Each color corresponds to a particular city, for example: Philadelphia has a silver/green shell, Pittsburgh has a yellow/black shell, Dallas a silver/blue shell and so on
The 32 Degrees Team Colors Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
Don't break in barrel break on target accurate i paid 37.50 for case
None that i can see
They are accurate and break on traget. You can get the paintballs in so many different colors its great! I paid 37.50 for 2000 the paintballs have no dimples and i just started using them because i saw the great price and now i don't use anything else
Good for price break on target i sugggest getting them
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 4:19 pm PST
98custom with dbl trigger and evo2 hopper Black magic 03 cocker
fairly accurate breaks on target real well
Not the best kind of paint for the money they break to easily. i filled my pods up and 2 out of the 3 that i had had broken paint in them just because of running around!!!! It wasted about 200 rds. of my paint. For some reason they didnt' break in my hopper. Brazos splat games uses this kind of paint and i hate it really sucks if you go there just sneak in your own. This paint isn't worth the money just buy pmi for around the same price.
Overall just don't get it there are better paint products out there just get pmi or marbs for around the same price. I'm rating it a 2 because it has only one good quality to it. It breaks on your target
2 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 11th, 2003 at 7:49 pm PST
Flew fairly straight. I played most of the day with a CO2 tank and had a few curve every so often. When I switched to a compressed air tank I started breaking balls like crazy. I turned my volecity down and didn't have a problem the rest of the day. With the compressed air I had less balls curve. The fill wasn't that thick. I used Severe Cyclone and thought the fill was a lot thicker. No odd shaped balls and very few with flat sports or dimples.
Occasional curving. Other than that nothing to complain about.
Good ball for rec. play. I got the case for $43. I will use this paint again.
Brass Eagle New Formula (doesn't even compare), Diablo Dusk (almost as good, but not quite), Zap (not even worth mentioning...)
Spyder 2 in 1 Compact Java Edition
9 1/2 in Muzzle Brake Barrel
Bottomline setup with 12 oz Co2
200 round Java hopper
12"-14" Dye Ultralite Barrel (or any other boomstick)
12"-14" 32 Degrees Whisper Barrel
-hey the stock works fine too.....
This paint is unbelievable. Accurate, consistent, and inexpensive, this paint rules rec ball. This paint doesn't have the tendency to curve and breaks on impact. The fill is thick and distinctive and if you shoot someone you'll know it.
Tough to find at sporting goods stores, you'll have to shop online to find these....
If you can these, these are the best paintballs out there for rec ball. They are accurate and dependable, and the fill is vibrant. Overall, for the price, these will be sufficient enough for the beginner to intermediate player.
this 100 word thing is a pain, how many words can you possibly write about good paint?
blue dust angel ir3 fly , 32 degrees large drop forward with on/off adapter, freak barrel with stainless back, twisted volumizer, twisted breech knob, bonebake bolt.
medium/small bore. almost any barrel can shoot these balls, but for maximum accuracy try an adjustable bore barrel
they fly very well. they have good seams, consistant size, medium thick fill, durable shell but still break well on target, they are fairly affordable compared to other tournament quality balls, alot of shell/fill combinations, accurate.
bad? well...i would say they are a very good ball..but RPS balls might be a little better......but also more expensive. the RPS balls seem a little more consistant in size and shape...but the team colors are right up there too
these are the best balls on the maret for the money. maybe they aren't the best balls in the world, but for 50 bucks a case you can't go wrong. buy these balls. i highly recommend them
all straight shots
very cheap $$$
very easy to get
never had a problem were the ball wouldn't never break
no odd shaped ones
iv'e had also friends that would let me us some of there's at first and i said
i have to get some of them for myself
i had used blaze but i don't think that there were good at all
not much to say just go and get yourself some cases
i've only went there 3 cases and i think that they are the best
and that is the only brand that i'm only ever going to use.
J & J Ceramic works pretty well, although I haven't noticed anybody have a problem on other barrels with this product.
- Inexpensive, a case is only $40.
- Common and easy to find.
- Comes in many different shell/fill colors
- Thick shell, rarely breaks in the barrel
- Decent accuracy and consistency from shot to shot
- Great for R/T trigger, never seems to break even at high ROF.
- Fill washes off easily, but is also visible.
- Inconsistent quality, some cases will have many misshapen or leaking balls, but I've had more good cases than bad ones so far.
- Thick shell means lots of bounces, very common to walk the field after a round and see lots of unbroken balls that have bounced off your opponent or even the tree in front of them!
- Fill is somewhat thin, although it doesn't stain, which is good.
Probably the best rec paintball out there, these seem to work the best with my Tippman. They're low-priced but are much better quality than other comparable paintballs, and they seem to work pretty well in all situations. Also nice that they come in many different colors, makes it easy to know who shot whom etc. Overall, highly recommend for rec ball.
If by similar products you mean other balls, I've used:
JT Elite (much better)
Blaze (much better)
All i have is a basic Tippmann Model 98 Custom with a Stock Barrel
All I have used with it is a Model 98 custom 8.5" stock barrel and a 12" ceramic TearDrop barrel
- Shoot pretty straight
- Shoot pretty consistent
- Come in tons of color combinations
- Most are circular
- Fairly cheap (go for about 50 a case)
- Not too many breaks
- Someone i was playing against used these balls and basically me and my team were surrounded with only a tiny bunker as protection. I got hit once in the side of the head and once in the shoulder and niether broke. MY friend got hit once in the chest, once in the arm, and once in the stomache and none of these broke either.
In conclusion...these balls arent that bad. If i were you, instead of buying these i would probably pay the 5-10 bucks more and get either Blaze or JT ELITE balls since they worked for me alot better.