zap "extreme" Draxxus dusk, draxus "rainbow", warped sports LA bonus balls, nelson precision, nelson nel-splat, nelson "special forces" diablo scorch.
'05 prostock autococker
'06 freak back, 16" all american front, .691 and .687 stainless inserts.
DYE rhino cover
DYE sticky 3 grips.
ricochet AK hopper
I don't reccomend anything, these paintballs are not really that great.
They are full of paint. You don't need an Apex barrel to shoot curveballs.
Some are oval shaped
They curve too much.
I am revamping this review after some more experiance with these balls.
Here is my first experiance with it:
This was the first actual "case" of paint I got, my first time playing I used these crappy breass eagle monster balls. The only cool thing about them is you can say "I have monster balls" Anyways like I said it was my first time playing and I didn't know s*** back then. I can say that these things have horrible accuracy. I can say it would compare to shooting without squeegeing the barrel after a chop or break. Needless to say not very pretty. I managed to get one person out with these. Half a hopper into his mask and I only got him because he couldn't see from the splatter.
Now the shell on these is very thick and not very likely to break. I got about 200 stuck together in a bag. Fortunately I found them before I dumped them into the shake and bake hopper I was using at the time. Again, not something a serious paintball player wants, especially in something like a halo B or egg.
These balls are a wipers best friend! I can compare the consistency of the fill to water. Think the water that you get from seperated cottage cheese only yellow and you will have the monterballs fill. I took hit from one of these and didn't have to wipe it off after the game. It practically evaporated off of my camoflage.
Now, for my second experiance with these:
I was playing on a very crappy field. Basically a few larger spools at both ends and a few smaller "pipe" bunkers in-between. Mostly sitting and longballing between the two sets of spools. Anyways it was just me and one of my buddies and I ran out of paint. Knowing that two guns are better than one he tossed me a pod of "monster-balls". Now as much as I would have liked a pod of marbs I have to work with what I can get. By the way I caught the pod perfectly. Anyways I opened up the pod to the familiar ass-on-steroids smell of monster balls and dumped them into the hopper. Now remember before I said accuracy was appaling?
I had hoped that my new barrel might have cured the accuracy issues associated with the balls. Unfortunately it didn't work so well. I was throwing more curve balls than a major league pitcher. Fortunately they were all noobs and I managed to get one of them to surrender. That and my buddy got them in a 90° crossfire between the two of us.
Needless to say I emptied the rest of the hopper at the crono range.
If you are desperate to play or use a slingshot then these might work. I think you might have better luck throwing balls at people. I know a guy who got a kill doing just that.
I am sure there is worse paint out there *cough* wildstreak*cough cough* but it may be hard to find.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, May 18th, 2006 at 3:30 pm PST
Spyder Sonix, 14 inch JT 2 piece barrel, 12 oz co2, Ricochet AK
Anything with a .689 bore.
Available at Wal-Mart
Made by Brass Eagle
Well, I've been using these paintballs because I shoot a mech Spyder, so I don't spend much money on paint. Picked these up at Wal-Mart, opened the case, and was suprised when I didn't find one broken ball. Loaded them up, and shot a hopper.
They shoot straight, suprisingly, but are extremly brittle. They often break inside the gun, even though they fit perfectly in my .689 barrel. These balls are a wipers paradise, because the paint is so easy to wipe off.
Good if you need cheap paint, but thats about all that they're good for.
Stock barrels that you dont care about, match bore size
Very little curve
Thin paint, cant see well on player, breaks in bags a lot, smells like crap
I went practicing with my team. payed 30 bucks for 2000 paintballs. Ok paint, use in rec ball only. After i went and played with my team, i used in my timmy. not a good idea, never use crap paint in high end guns! Also, make sure that the gun that your using is light on paint, or else you will be in hell.
I would buy it for only rec use and practice (only if low on money). Use better paint if possible.
I bought these paintballs at wal-mart and teywhere very soft and si i thought they would be finee so i went down with my friend to the woods and shot them and they dident work all to well and sort of curved when i shot also they droped as well so i dont recimend using thease paintballs because they are inaccurate and you cant see the fill also so i wouldent use them if i where you!!!!!!!!
All in all thease paintballs arent towell even to pratice only because they are innacurate
3 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 18th, 2005 at 7:36 pm PST
Tippman Model 98 (old one), 16 inch J&J Ceramic Barrel, BT Combat Stock, Cyclone feed, VL Tripod Loader
Bad when out of bucket, Always has either popped or dented paintballs
These are not the greatest paintballs in the world. They actullay arent that great at all. When you get the out of the "bucket" that they come in the paintball are either broken or dented. When the are fired through the gun the curve when they get past 50-75 feet. You have max accuracy up to 75 if that. They are practice balls so you can really expect them to be that bad but if you just want to fool around then use these. If u you want to play a game i suggest u buy somethng other than this product.
I think this product is alright for fooling around but not for playing in game. Even rec games.
Tippman 98, dye ultralight 18 inch, expansion chamber, car stock, high volocity springs, electronic hopper, remote coil.
Any but the flateline
I got 3000 rounds for $20.
Every ball had large dimples.
This stuff is what you paid for. Balls do not travel were you aim. Out of 3000 shots i had no breaks but the ball went up, down ,left and right. it was almost fun to guess and see which way the ball would travel, until you get shot. This stuff is good if you are a support gunner and just need to keep some heads down.
Use this stuff if you want to just throw large amout of paint at something that does not move.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, November 10th, 2005 at 1:53 pm PST
They don't break easy (more bounces) and the fill is weak.
Same experience as the other reviewers. We actually got two tubs of this ball. One tub looked flawless, but the ball still curved big time. No chopping or barrel breakage though. The other tub, every ball was dimpled. Talk about a slice on your golf swing. Horrible. Still, no breakage with those either. Compared to better brands, the pus yellow fill is not easy to spot.
Good for cheap paint (if the balls are not dimpled), but would not recommend if you need a decent paint. The tubs make for great totes for other crap...thats a bonus!
Camo Spyder Rodeo - 20oz Co2 - Halo B LCD Backman Loader
-Balls Look cool
Hard to see the paint and it barely breaks at opponents
I was playing with a friend of mine and we were coming home, i thought my hopper had no balls left so i turned off the safety and shot him in the back just meaning to scare him and a ball came out. My barrel was a maximum of about 6 inches away. The ball left a HUGE mark.. but it didnt even pop.. kinda crappy.. but it will do if u have no money like me..
These balls dont do much at all.. really just use them when u have no money.. trust me.. if u have the money get defferent ones.. these balls really suck..
They do its job as a reg. paintball but they are not too accurate and are very hard to break.
My friend Jake used a whole case of these and I shot some out of my old Tippy98 and wow did it do better then I thought. Forget about chopping with these things it aint gonna happen but they curve like a mother. Thin thin thin thin fill wips really easy and is a urine yellow. The tote is an impenetrable fortress and Jake had to use his lighter and heat up a poket knife to open it and when he did boy did they smell like a camels ass but no big deal not oily.
Average paint not much to say. One of the first decent BrassEagle paint
Fairly accurate up to 120-150 ft
Never chops at 10-12 bps
not as good as RPS peremium
1 out 30 won't break on target
these are great
You can get them at walmart for only 30$ a case
They are accurate, don't chop and are basically the perfect rec-ball
Amazing buy at 30$
I haven't done any tests so i can't give you grouping sizes, but i cna hit a hopper from around 80 ft away in just a few shots so...
This paint is thick shelled, i noticed that it doesn't break if you don't hit something hard. In average speedball day, I get around 40 to 50 people. I'd say that maybe 1 or 2 don't break on contact with a person. Its not that bad for rec-ball.
These are a real steal 30$. In pure performance, i'd give them like 8, but for the money its definetely a 10, so ...