I bought these at Dicks for $40 for 2000 because I needed paint for a game the next day. When it came to game time, i found out that the fill is extremely liquidy and barely visible. the shell is very hard and took multiple bounces throughout the day. For the price, it was definitely NOT worth buying. for $40, you can buy impact, superswirl, bigball, or stryker. any of those are better than Whack! The good side to whack , is that they are accurate. The only strength is its low price and accuracy. bthe price is good, but you can get better for the same cost.
Do not buy this, go with Stryker, Impact, SuperSwirl, or Bigball. All the same price but better.
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These are the worst balls i have used. I like practice balls better and they are cheaper. they didn't chop but my gun has only chopped about 15 balls out of about 7000 i have shot total. I practice shot a few of these when I got them and they went clean though 4 layers of moving box cardboard. Every one of them did.
I would just buy some decent practice balls over these. Even if i was playing a tourney