I've used these for about 6 months, both in cool and hot weather. I haven't had a break yet in my Tippmann Pro-Carbine. They shoot straight as long as your air pressure isn't cranked way up.
If you buy them in the clear plastic bags......they can be damaged. I
Buy these in the boxes of 1000 for the best quality. These seem to be fairly consistant in being round. These seem to be a good quality paintball that seems to usually get a bad review. I think your protected more when buying the box over the plastic bags.
For a long year, we were forced to use Brass Eagle paint from our local Wal-Mart, and then a miracle happened: Sheridan Premium Paint. They are 10x better than BE paint , smaller ,and only slightly more expensive. They're also made by Diablo, thats a plus. My neighborhood friends love them. The only bad thing is they only come in 200rd containers.
Nothing really. Not many breaks. Curves a little ( all paintballs curve)
Great paint that you should buy
I would suggest it for anybody to use. Who needs $80 paint??? Paintball is an expensive sport and you shouldn't spend all of your money on the paint, if you get a good gun with a good barrel then you can be accurate with any paint. So buy this paint.......NOW
Being short on time and money, I stopped by wally world to snag a few paintballs for a pick up game- I happened upon these Sheridan pb's- in a new package (screw top container instead of a bag) 200 for $6.77
they flew straight...
they busted on the target...
the neon bright pink fill made for an EASY mark that was hard to wipe
no ball bursts in the barrel.
I shot 600, and could find nothing wrong with these paintballs.
are they worth it? yeah... i wish wally world would carry them in a larger container than 200. they broke on the intended target, and no barrel breaks. these are definately worth a look and a hopperful. good paint!
These paintballs are the best value for the money in my opinion. I buy these most of the time that i buy paint, it is well worth the $6 per 200 rounds. This is one of the best hidden paintballs on the market, its good for people who are low on cash and want a good paint.
Nothing, never had a sheridan break in my pirahana, teardrop barrel.
I use a pirahana with a 14 inch teardrop andit shoots great. It is worth every penny. I would compare this paint to 32 degrees, which is pretty good.
1. Everyone says they suck but out of my Terminator barrel they are EXTREMELY accurate.
2. Bust on opponent
4. Look Cule (Not that it matters)
I have a Spyder TL+ with a 32 degrees Terminator barrel, Dye Sticky grips, and a Bob Long Millineum Rear cocking bolt and this is the most accurate stuff I have ever shot. I did find the shape pretty round. I got 250 for 7 bux @ my local Academy. It is better than:
32 Degrees Team Colors
Brass Eagle (all paints are).
RPS Super Swirl (They are I had a comparison check). I reccomend these to everyone with a Terminator barrel because of their HIGH level of Sweetness.
They shoot straight on my spyder 2k. i havent ran into any problems except when i bought a bad batch. they are avalible at wal mart and are on the cheap side.
they dry out pretty quick. the oil in the bag must not be too good, but if they sit for a week or two they get a little dry. they do break, but mine have never just rolled out the barrel.
good priduct all around for me. not the greatest but if you are pressed for time and need some balls, get the pmi's that should be right beside these. they dont quite match up to pmi's. so if i was you, id dish out the extra dollar to get some pmi's. but these arent terrible.