I currently use an orange to red faded Dye Cocker with a matching boomstick or freak system, Angel reg, WGP hinge trigger with a 90ci 4500 Nitro duck. But on the ANS(yellow to blue fade) I have a shocktech drop forward and ASA, shocktech beavertail, and my freak system.
I used my boomstick and my freak
The paint was so thick it looked like toothpaste. It shot well all day. Velocity was pretty consistant and shot a pretty tight pattern.
OK lets put this to rest. When TC first came out they were having trouble getting a consistant bore size. They have FINALLY got it. so if you have been shooting it in the past wait till your local field or store gets the newer batches and give it another chance. The only bad thing about it is the shell is a little harder than I like but let someone try to wipe this stuff.
TC is good paint if you've managed to get a newer batch. The fill is unmatched in thickness and shoots well. For the price it is a good buy and I will definately be shooting more of this in the future.
proball, powerball, marbs, nelsplat. this is all based on preference, but tc is the hardest to wipe.
Shocker 4x4 w/vert reg, air assist feed, 9-volt conversion, external on/off. Crossfire 88 3000 tank. KAAP drop zone2 w/ on/off
venom has a thick fill that is hard to wipe. it is also a straight shooting paint. for all of you out there who are giving this paint a bad review, get a barrel that will fit the paint(.693). this paint always breaks on target. i know several amateur teams that swear by it.
the fill can be hard to see at times when it breaks on someone. smells like crap, but that's only bad if you get hit by it. it will make your hopper oily
great paint for the price. get powerball if you want a paint that fits the majority of barrels.
I thought the price was good $45/2000 at the store (Field price of $57/2000 no good). The few that did not break flew kind off straight.
Shooting a stock autococker and a tip 98. Autococker= balls broke in the barrel, motorized hopper, even the guppy. Tip 98= balls broke in the barrel and had several choped balls. I have never experienced more broken paint, either I had a defective case or these balls are useless. The light blue fill is barely visible.
I don't think I will ever buy these balls again. Unless my experience is due to a bad batch I don't think they are worth their price (as cheap as I thought they were, they more than cost you in the field). Be sure to check around before you buy them. In my opinion they are useless.
-Fill:Bright, thick, stains, keeps out cheaters!
-They rarely bounce off opponents
-They Hurt your opponent(Yay!)
-Go bad in about 5 months
-Worth the money
-They Make the Cheaters Die
-Price:$70(way too much)
-They smell like ShIzNiT
-They hurt me when I get hit wit em.
I gotta M98 wit A.R.T.,J&J 2 piece, 12v revvy, nitro, and thats it.They work unbelievible!I give it a 9 cuz they 2 much and when i let sompeeps borrow a few and the hit me it hurts(LoL)!BUY THE BAST ARDS
These balls are great. Ive used them on a m98 with a smart parts progressive barrel and my new spyder xtra and i get very little breaks. Some people say they dont like them but i loveem.They come in so many different fills so you can get any coler u r looken for.
I believe the only good thing about Viper Venoms are that the have a good filling inside and they dont bounce off people much.
These paintball curve like a mother. I've had to shoot at an angle to get poeple out. One time at a field i had a bag of venoms and some X Brand and the X Brand which r cheaper go str8 than them. Plus its 57 bucks for 2000. For that i get PMIs
I really would recomend this type of paint to any1. Its 2 expensive for balls that curve. I think i rather use brass eagles (no offence). And the only god thing is that they dopnt pop in the barrel much.
Balls are very round and fly extremely straight. Teamed up with my boomstick it is a killer combo. They are cheap where I get them and well worth the money. I would recommend these balls for anyone looking to shoot up some opponents for about 45 dollars a case.
Very Bright fill. You'll know when you hit 'em!
Shell is a little too thin. You'll get about 4-6 breaks per case with a stock barrel. If that doesn't bother you then go for it.
Very good ball and I would recommend. Box is nice. Fly straight. Not too many breaks. Bright and thick fill. Sweet colors.
this paint is great, all you people that gave it a bad rating, either your guns suck, your barrels suck, or you havent used this paint. i shot the whole 2000 round case and i didnt have any ball breaks with this paint. i shot it out of my custom98 with my tear drop barrel. all the balls shot very good and accurate.
nuthing really bad about this paint. just that the stores here sell it for 79$ a case, which is pretty expencive. i can get powerball for 59 a case and i like that paint more then this viper venom paint. i still recoment powerball over this paint, but they are both really good, just about a 20$ difference in price.
this is great paint. i highly recoment this paint to anyone with a medium bore barrel, or large bore should work well too. the fill, shape, colors and accuracy is all good with this paint. but i would still recoment TASO powerball over this because they seem to be the same in quality and powerball is cheaper!
We ran this paint through a Tippmann Flatline and a Spyder and an older F2 Illustrator. In all 3 guns it broke and spun away off line. The only good gun was a brass eagle. (Go figure) The guy at the paintball store was raving about this paint, how it beats out proball bla bla bla. I think he was raving mad actually.
Unless we just got a bad batch (although 6,000 rounds is kinda large) I wouldn't use this paint again. Period.