PMI Premium-could be worse could be better
X-ball bronze-way better
Zap Sport--> simmilar
Octane Scocker--> Pewter
HE Bolt Kit
Full Freak kit
72ci 3000psi Pure Energy Steel Tank
.689 or bigger
Break on people
Hardly break in barrel
-Fill has little color
I put all the strengths i could think of when you get a good box of them. I have probably shot 10-15 cases of it and i got 5 bad boxs. When they suck you can barely play, but when the are good I prefer them over the PMI Premium.
Diablo Wrath LTD
68cu, 3000 PSI, carbon fyber, pure energy tank
So far, it has not become aparent that these paints work bettewr with certain barrels, but I have only used them in my stock barrel.
Do not use in cold!
Even thought I have a limeted experience in paintballs, I wanted to write this reveiw to warn anyone from using these paints in the cold. I just got back from a game to day and spent all but the firt hour braking paints. it got to the point that My gun was dry firring because so much paint jammed the force feed. Even with a brand new bag. These paints are great in the heat, but even whan it is still just above freezing, you might as will just go home than try and play with these.
I found this paint to be on the smaller sized, so make sure you use the right sized barrel.
Cheap price, nice fill
They looked like they ALL had dimples on them
I had a good day shooting about half a case, playing on a private rec-pump field using various pump guns and some semi's and the only time I had a problem is when they started rolling out of my older pump guns (P68-AT and PGP2k1) and made a HUGE mess in my VM-68 when it did chop the paint, not that I blame the paint though.
I found it flew reasonably well in my E-Sniper and my KP-3. I didn't have any problems in my Tippmann A-5 or my Automag either.
Since I play rec and other then the fact it was rolling out of my PGP2k1 (my favorite when Ramboing onto the field) this paint is more then reasonable, dimples and all. Personally, I can't give it a "perfect 10" rating but I can give it an 8.