Rec ball- very good for low budget
Zap- horrible, almost destroyed gun(thanks Pev's for fixing it)
Tac ops- very good $10 for 500 =]
16" CP barrel
12 oz. tank
tank butt stock
everything else stock
Hmm i really don't know but it might be the paint itself that didn't shoot good with my CP barrel but o well
Ehh im really confused about this paint but onto the review...
this was my first case of paint I ever opened since my local field only allows this paint at their field, and using it gives me mixed thoughts. When I shot it with my spider stock 16" barrel it shot straight and consistent. Then the next time i went there (around 3 months later) they started to curve like no other. That inspired me to get the CP barrel and easily solved the problem. But now noticing that these balls are VERY EASY to get indents in them, making them lop-sided. So in my view its not the barrel's fault but the paint's
overall i'll give this an average rating due to the mixed shootings. just make sure you store these barrels where nothing will get them. So the newer the better since no indents... Plus i'm forced to use these since I always go to this field
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rps, evil, wpn
If old will not break often
I have been using bonus balls for almost two years now. These balls are very good for the price considering I get them for $30 a case. The are pretty good paint for the price. With a fresh case you will not get a single bounce, but after a while of them sitting around they get kinda soft and won't brake all the time. I would say get these balls if you need to save some money and don't need the highest end stuff, but if you do you can get the tournament bonus ball which are awesome. They break on the person every time and never in your gun.
Great balls for practice and decent for tournaments.
Nothing is like this paint. It isn't the best paint isn't the worst like wild streak.
Blue Body kit
Blue Ion Q lock
Halo B w/ Rip drive Blue (had an Empire reloader not the reloader B)
Blue CP reg
A barrel realy dsen't matter about this kind of paint.
Kinda expensive but depends where you go.
This is preety good paint I have used better paint but I have used worse so it is kinda avrage so it is pretty good if you ask me. If you don;'t know the rght places you kinda get ripped off because of it's price like at this one place it was $50 for a case of 2000. You gotta know where to get it for the best prices and amount of paint of what you pay for.
Spyder Imagine (old)
Some No Brand Feed Neck
16" Smart Parts All American
20 oz tank
Halo TSA Backman LED
Depends on the gun
Few (if any) Ballbreaks
Right for the Price
Balls are Lumpyish
Advertised as .689 but ball size is difff between balls
The key strengths and weaknesses sum it up basically. I just want to go on about the durability of these balls. I had a 1000 rounds sit at the bottom of a box in a room with no air circulation with the air temperature being around 70, if not more, for many months. Took them out to play one day and they were fine. In fact, I just took 5 or so and smushed the hell out of them so they are lumpy and have dimples. Two hours later they returned to their original state (hard shell). For my price range they are perfect....I mean if you're buying the cheapest paint at the store do you really expect it to perform like a bullet in a gun, always hitting your target with perfect accuracy?
Perfectly good paint. Have yet to experience problems.
Tippman 98C with:
- 16 in CP barrel or 12 in 32 degree night stick barrel
- BT fixed sight rail
- 3-9x 32 Powerline scope
- BT sealed bolt system
- 4 position CAR stock
- Barrel mounted folding Bi-pod
- cyclone feed system
- BHD feed neck offset
- Remote line setup
- Starfire bolt
- Three point sling
-Nice bright fill
-Easy breaking on target
Well, these paintballs are pretty good and decent for their price, since its pretty cheap. i find these really reliable, since when bought fresh, they fly straight, break on target, and form a nice thick splat. i usually use the pink though, which makes it even better when they hit the target, in that it shows up really well, and easily detected at a distance. there was minor dimpling when i got them, but it caused minor swerving when fired. overall, pretty decent and cheap paint.
Pretty good balls, id reccomend them over the practice paint anyday
Wild Streak Paintballs
All American Paintballs
Spyder Sonix pro
J&J 14' Ceramic Barrel
Pure energy 20oz tank
Java 200rd Hopper
I have only used a J&J 14'' Sniper Barrel
Cheap. don't chop, break on enemy
I used these balls because they were the paintballs that were sold at Santa Clara Pintball. I was pleased. 1. They don't chop 2. They are cheap $55 3. They are accurate. And they have highly visable blue paint. Ask me, I was shot in the mask twice and I couldn.t see. I had to leave the Arena and use a paper towel to get the paint off.
Get these paintballs. They will not chop and they are cheap.
had good results with my dye barrels, tried my all american, and phantom stock barrel with similar results
Inexpesive price, pretty acurate, breaks on opponents well but not in barrel which everyone likes.
Had a problem with souping out my spare pods with them.
Came across this paint during a tight budget time. took a chance and was pretty impressed. they shoot, and break on opponents well. the fill is thin but marks well initially so you can see your marks. they perform as well as all-star and midevil for $10-15 cheeper. the downsides I noticed were that once you open the bag you need to shoot them all because they will develope flat sides in a day or so that can't be rotated out. these flat sides don't impact performance as much as I thought they would, but not my favorite practice to shoot unround paint. I also souped 4 or 5 pods of this stuff, a lot more than average, but at the price it wasn't as hard to take.
In all this is a good inexpensive paint for the recballer or for a practice paint even. heard a rumor warped wanted to launch a tournament grade line if these do well, so that would be nice if the price is comparable.
Black 04 cocker
48 3000 centerflag tank
red (i also have black shells for it) 12 volt revi
hmm well ive only tried it with my cp one piece that works allright
break on target
Well these balls are pretty good, though i prefer draxxus these arent bad. They break on target like they are supposed to. i dont have a barrel system so thats probably why its not super super accurate but its still good really accurate. I have a .689 barrel and that i think might be a little big. Overall i think draxxus rec sport are a little better but if this is their and theres not draxxus for the same price go ahead and get this paint
Get these their good balls and at 40 for a case it competes with all those other cheaper paints except draxxus rec sport.
I have used:
-and some others
Smart parts ion with red body kit, custom barrel, pure energy nitro 48ci, viewloader evolution II with Z board
Works fine with almost every barrel.
-Price (like 35 bucks)
-Good for beginers and casual play
-Better than average paintballs
-Chops (guns without eyes)
-They lose their form
Remember you get what you paid for (Well not always...fortunately)
These balls are good for casual plays in which getting good paint isn't that important, because they are better that the average paintballs, and they are very cheap. The price is the main stength of these balls. But theyalso have a LOT of weaknesses, like the irregular form of their shape, a lof these paintballs have an eliptc form, which can and will cause chops. Bonus Balls also bounce a lot, i think that one or two of every ten balls fired will not break on contact. The accuarcy of the paintballs isnt such a big weakness, but anyway it isnt good at all.
If you buy these paintballs make sure to move them on their bag every day, so they don't lose their form.
Good paintball for casual play, but if ou want to play on a higher level try buying other paintballs.
ion(blue),45ci/4500 , stock barrell,12volt revie....ion is my back up now ..i use assassin .evry thing stock 48/3000 hpa ...12 volt rev
big bore paintballs work fine
These paintballs are verey good ...They cost 35$ and there just like torney paint ...The bag is the only flaw Its hard to open......Back to the Strengths ...They stay fresh for a long time .Evan whene not in a bag ..They have bin stitting in my pods for 3 months and they are still kinda hard there not squishy(after they get old you can sqeez them like a rubber ball)..I would reccomend these balls for tonament play too!