these are kind of unique but maybe like the jt maixm painballs
tricked compact u would be amazed what a spyder can do just ask team bad company
well i had a bad experience with these but dont get me wrong because it was my fault but dont use a jj ceramic barrel it shot bettre out of my stock barrel because its larger bore so use a larger bore barrel and this is the best paint but my barrel is to small
this really is a great paint if u have the right barrel bore size is what counts trust me on tat one i learned form experience.but it has a very thick fill i shot my board 3 weeks ago and the orange is still there thats my type of paint its accurate with the right barrel breaks on impact.NO BALL BREAKS!!!!!!! i wouldnt be ashamed to use this in tournaments
like i said dont use a small bore barrel it wont fly straight and u may encounter a few bouncers but most paints do so not that bad
well i tested the cyclone tournaments paintball and i was very impressed with the quality u just need that big barrel peace out
diablo matrix, richochet, warped sportz cradle, trinity reg, aardvark bolt kit, pbc volumizers and midrise
spyder shutter, 9volt revvy, J&J 2-piece aluminum barrel, taso turbo valve, shocktech delrin bolt, va drilled out to 3/8", air america vigilante reg w/ lp spring, and tko cradle
j&j, smart parts, and otp
very nice paint for only $45 a case. shot very straight and accurate. likes to bust instead of bouncing and busting in barrel.
i bought a case at two different places and both cases had a busted ball and it was the only paint that i had ever bought at the places that had a ball break in the box. a little thick shell but bust on the target.
paint is very good, i recommend it but have the store cut the case open and check for ball breaks
Any medium bore with .688-.689. Early runs of the paint were around .690-.691.
This review is for Severe Cyclone. Cyclone has one of the best shell & fill combos I've ever seen. Very consist in roundness & most always breaks on target. The metalic swirl shell also gives it a unique look. The best part is the fill. It's a very thick & bright neon with metalic sparkles. Cyclone is very hard to wipe but doesn't stain like STEEL paintballs.
Nothing.... Except for some of the early Severe had a larger bore, but that has been fixed within the last few weeks.
I've shot allot of different tournament paints over the years but Cyclone has to be the best. Shoots like darts, has a medium brittle shell, & very hard to wipe. You can't get any better than that.
-Kingman Spyder 2 in 1, which basically is a Compact 2000 with a bottom line kit.
-Any good medium to large bore barrel.....small will shoot very inaccurately
-Not many breaks in barrel
-They're a large bored paintball, so they get better distance
-VERY HARD (that's good and bad)
-Since it is hard, it is an excelent paint for the winter (that's the ONLY time I use them)
-Sometimes they don't break on contact....but if your using them in the winter, the cold will increase the number of breaks on contact
-They are a little slow coming out of the gun....and if you turn up the volocity, they will break in your barrel
Overall, Severe paint is a great paintball for the winter because it is thick shelled and large borred.
Try 500 for the winter, and I garrentee you, (if you have a medium borred barrel), you will be satisfied.