Nelson Anarchys (Great paint, but not reccomended for fully auto markers)
Nelson Hot Spots (Too Hard, ugly shell)
Tipmann A-5 w/ 14" Werks Barrel, Allen 350rd. Hopper, PMI 12 Oz tank
Only tested with my stock A-5 barrel
Attractive shell and vibrant fill, not too expensive, nominal accuracy
Break more often than similarily priced paint.
This is really the only paint that my fellow soldiers use on the field because it's in decent supply at the retailers that they shop at for paintball gear. I myself don't buy them simply because of the convenience of purchasing from a closer retailer that basically only sells Anarchys. Like stated above, I've chopped several more of these than anarchys. I think I can honesty say that when we were using Anarchys with our A-5's and 98 customs, that we never chopped one ball.
These aren't bad paintballs, but there are certainly better ones for a similar if not lower price (Anarchys).
Dimples, not round, not accurate, barrel breaks all over the place
After 250 rounds I was sick of cleaning my barrel every 50 rounds. I spent 30 minutes test firing these at a 16in square target at 60ft. So few of these went straight that it was hard to hit. I've never had paint break in the barrel with my thunderpig barrel until I used these, and then every 50 rounds I would have a break. I wont use these at all and recommend nobody else does either. You can buy far better paint on the discount shelves.
Stock Tippmann 98 Custom with a Tapco Adjustable Stock
Accurate, reliable, good color to track your own shots, kind of cheap.
I have used about, 4 to 6 different kinds of balls. But I tell you, nothing I have used beats the Super Swirls. They are truly in the top 10 paintballs to use. I use them with a stock 98 Custom and have NO problems at all. Regardless I may break 1-5 balls a game, but thats normal considering I use a regular gravity hopper.
These are the paintballs that work best for me and I will continue to use them.
Spyder Imagine with a 14in J&J ceramic barrel, a viewloader evolution 2 with a z-board and a 12oz co2 tank
Accurate. Cheap. Good break.
Haven't found any yet
I love these things. I don't like to spend a ton of money on paint but I want good quality and these are perfect. You can get them at Wal-Mart and places like that for a great price. I am sure you can find better if you are willing to spend the money but if you are like me and don't want to spend a ton of money I would definitely get these.
RPS Big Ball
GameFace Visible Impact
Autococker Trilogy Pro SF
Mini-Kaner barrel kit
Revvy 2 X-Board
C02 (for now)
J & J Edge barrel kit
Zap / Archon Hopper gravity fed
32 Degrees spring kit
Evil Delrin Bolt / Stock bolt with venturi removed
Bandit high flow valve
ACI Griffin with stock everything (Was my backup, but it's worn out)
Zap / Archon Hopper
Syndicate Paradox ELE
Spyder Rodeo stock barrel, maybe my J&J Edge kit
Zap / Archon Hopper (The Revvy on this marker would be ironic)
32 degrees remote thick hose
A barrel kit I suppose
Small bore (see review)
Not too round
Very interesting paint. The box says that the shell has been formulated to resist humidity, etc.... I sure hope so, because the bags inside the box were not sealed like every other bag I have ever bought. They were closed up with a baggie twist tie. The shell is indeed unique. It is a bit difficult to describe, but it feels a little flimsy, but not brittle, and if you keep rolling one around in your fingers it will eventually break, but not shatter or "split open". It seems more flexible than a lot of shells. You can see a small air bubble in the fill through the thin shell.
Shell: Thin but tough. I wonder about the lack of airtightness in the baggies.
Fill: Thick and bright (green).
Volume of fill: Slightly less than average.
Size of balls: Smallish. Fits a bit loose in my .687 barrel back, rolls right out.
Seam: Visible, but pretty darn smooth.
Shell color: Green and black, fairly usable as tracer fire.
Dimples: None in my two boxes of 1000 each.
Bounces: Have not yet shot at human opponents, no verdict here.
Bounce Test (6 foot): an average of 4 to 5.
Accuracy: With Kaner barrel .687, pretty good. No measured groupings yet.
Roundness: Fair. Sometimes fit snug in barrel, then exact same ball will roll on out.
Breaks in marker: about 1 in 50 so far but my fault. Once I get my marker setup - correctly I will update.
Fair if you are stuck with it as an option. I will definitely have to update once I measure some groupings and shoot them through my Autococker Trilogy (now that I know how to set it up) and my trust old Spyder Rodeo (NEVER breaks a ball or chops).
egrip with W.A.S board
PMI remote hose
Special ops C-series Blackcell barrel 16" with suppressor tip
Rip offs of Marballizers
curve like noones business
I know that RPS makes marballizers as well as super swirl but the super swirl paintballs are just not nearly as good as you would expect from RPS. They are consistently dimpled, broken in the box, and just straight up suck....hard. I have gone through at least 4000 of these paintballs and they all were of horrible quality. I dont know if other people have had different experiences with these paintballs from mine but right now I am talking about my experience with them not the other peoples'. These are almost as bad as PMI's Big ball paintballs. Thankfully though, they are not nearly as bad as wild streaks are.
Go ahead and flame me if you disagree, I dont really care because, to me, your opinions are all uncalled for so dont comment on this review please.
These paintballs suck harder than a man ho combined with a shop vac.
3 for the price.
I picked up 1000 of these from walmart not too long ago and i thought they were going to be alright paintballs but these turned out to be great. The were very accurate even at high rates of fire. They never broke in my barrel and i never had any bounces. I shot a guy from 100+ feet and i could see the paint all over him.
Overall these paintballs are great and i will buy them again
all stock parts except clamping feed neck
DXS 48/3000 hpa tank
any,they work great
Good easy to see fill
Are always broken from a certain store that strts with w
I first got these at academy, and they were the best i had shot. the fill was good and the shot strait and broke on target
Then i went to the cheap store that starts with w and they had it there. it was more expensive at wal mart and when i open they box there was three breaks.they shot horrible and chopped and jammed like crazy
I got them again from academy and they were perfect again
Good paint as long as it is not from that store that sucks major bawls and starts with W
They bust well the paint is green so it can be seen they
Well there really are not any so get some today
Well to start they are great they are not the best but they are good and bust well and do not chop so get some like now my friend got some for almost $ 35 that is chep and they are good paintballs the best i used get some now lol get them
Smart Parts Ion
2 Pure Energy 72 ci 3000 psi tanks
Break Beam eyes
Warrior Lowrise Feedneck
Dont always pop
These arre knock offs of marbs but work alright. they've got a strong shell, good fill, and are accurate. But, they often have too hard of a shell and bounce. I have had many pops, but i've also had a bunch of bounces. When they do pop, you can see the mark very well. this is one of those paintballs that aren't too good but worth a try.