Tippmann 98 Custom
ChromAllusion green to purple paintjob
12v Revvy w/ WAS TurboRev
14” J&J ceramic / Flatline barrels
double trigger with sick mod
Psycho Ballistics type 8” drop
68ci/3000psi Air America bottle w/3A Center Flag reg.
1999 Angel LED
14” All American barrel
45ci/4500psi SP(?) bottle/reg
12v Revvy w/ IntelliFrame
Last but not least: Nelspot 007! Yeahh baby.
Shoot really well from the J&J ceramic also well in the Hammer barrel. The Flatline was pretty good.
great fill colors
hard to find
can bounce in humidity
not super thick fill
Nelson Anarchy green shell with the yellow fill is what I shot. I went through four cases of this stuff and really enjoyed it. The bright fill color stands out well in a woods setting. You get a great ball, equal to Marbs, for way less. These are suited for tourney usage and rec balling.
The field I managed had these for a couple of months and everyone was really fond of them. I did not notice any staining from the yellow paint. They flew straight from most barrels on the market and splatted really well. While playing I had no breaks in the gun until I reached a high rate of fire. But out of four cases I can only remember one time that I had a barrel break. Like NCPAINTBALLER I live in North Carolina. I echo his opinion about the humidity we have here affecting the balls. With the cases I shot I had some bounces from players, but no more than I do when using Marballizer or another high end ball.
With a pump using a GTV1 barrel they fly true and straight. I would find some of these and give them a try. Look at how many reviews site the price being really low for these balls’ quality. You can find them online for a good price and I would encourage you to try them out. If not you are missing out.
Give them a whirl. You will probably enjoy them. If you get them post your thoughts too.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, February 6th, 2004 at 11:05 pm PST
none of these compare to the Anarchys
Tippman 98 custom
22 inch Taso stone cold 2
3A 91 ci 4500 psi
Taso Stone Cold 2 (deffinatly)
works with most barrels
Very consistant. not a big bore, great for small bore barrels.
Price and being able to locate them.
These are great Paintballs. Work in many diffrent bore sizes but the work best with small or medium. They bust on the target but are strong enough to blow through tall grass. Hardly any break out of the box of 2000 i used none broke in the gun.
The only bad things about these paintballs is they are hard to find other than the net and when you do find them in a store they are pretty expensive.
Great paint balls. The only thing that is bad about these paintballs is that they are hard to find in stores and when you do they make you pay for them.
Dragun T.E.S., Evo 2, Warp feed, nitro
J&J ceramic 16 in.
Constistant size and shape, good fill nice colors
I love these paintballs. The shells are just right, I have never had one break in the barrel or bounce off a target. The fills are thick and easily seen. I found that the paint matches my J&J ceramic 16 in barrel perfect (but a little loose in my 14, odd), giving me superior performance.
What more can be said I really like this procuct
7 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, September 14th, 2006 at 9:32 pm PST
RPS - Nice stuff
Viewloader I-Balz - Uhh... decent. Better than normal BE
System X Aftermath - WORST PAINT I'VE EVER SHOT
2K3 Blue Vertical Feed Autococker
12 Volt VL Revolution Clear Blue
NW Paintball Spoon style drop (8")
DYE Midnight Blue Stickies
Work well with even stock Barrels.
Nice Fill, Seams, Shell, and Colors.
Reasonably priced at my local field.
Breaks on your opponent, not in your barrel.
They're not greasy at all, the seams are well done, and the fill is thick and its colors are hard to miss.
I really like the color selections
-Upheaval- Pearl Pink shell and Neon Pink fill (Behold the masculinity of PINK paint!)
-Mayhem- Purple Shell with Blue fill (I really like Blue)
-Fury- Orange Shell with Yellow-Orange fill (Just satisfying to see a bright Orange splat appear on your opponent)
-Chaos- Dark green shell, Neon yellow fill (Haven't shot it, but sounds good)
It's also only $20 bucks for 500 at my local field.
This stuff is great. This and RPS are my favorite paints.
well the dye barrels work well and the freak also is good.
Well they do show up beautifully when the splat all over the opponent.
i have not found any yet
These are good balls and i will continue to buy them. They are even cheaper than the field i play at's regular PMI. So it is a good price. They also come in a variety of colors. I prefer chaous because of the bright orange fill. My gun is not the best gun around but it has never caused me to break a ball and these balls come through my gun accurate up to 30 yds. And considering the crappy PMI that i use at my local field it is really good.
I will give it a 10 because for as long as i have been using these balls they have never busted and they just look good.
Diablo blaze(ok) DIABLO splash(sux) Brass eagle after burn(semi ok)
Spyder xtra with progresive smart parts barrel, 20 ounce co2 smart parts expansion chamber and 200 round hopper
The smart parts progrresive works very well with this paint
EXTREMELY THICK FILL, CHEAP $50 A CASE, SHOOTS VERY STRAIGHT, KOOL COLORS.
nuthin exept u can see the seams
Definetly buy this paint. This is tournament level paint. No breaks in my barrel after 1500 rounds and just extremely good paint and there cheaper than brass eagle if u buy at 2000 rounds. None were broke with shippin and i got it off Action village and i got then in 2 days AMAZING
Definetly buy this paint. If your serios about paintball or an ametuer this is cheap but affective paint. Nelson finally did a good job
Evil 10/10 a lot better but cost a lot more and just about all of the other types of paint.
Blackout cocker with a few different better parts 68/45
KAPP KXS .688 back
Looks good, shoots good, nice fill
large seem and a hard shell
Well for $37 a case this is a great deal but thats not with shipping so its like $45 with shipping. It never breaks in my cocker and shoots great for the price but Evil is still the best but cost a lot more so in a way it makes up for it. It dosnt break like 15% of the time but still good.
If you can find them cheap then get them and if you have the money and want the best paint money can buy get evil they rule. I would give it a 9.5 but i cant so a
RPS, PMI, Evil, Nel Splat, Bass Eagle, Draxxus, Core, Ink'd
AGD Automag with ULE body, Dye double triger frame with Dye sticky grips, Check it Unimount and Freak barrel system and 47ci Crossfire tank
Anything with a .687-.691
I like Smart Parts barrels as well as Dye
Flies straight, thick fill, great colors, doesnt bounce
Seam is qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqvisible, but other than that it is good
I have used a lot of paint that is out on the market and I have found that as long as your gun is doing what it is supposed to be doing then this is one of those paints that you can count on as long as it has been taken care of, (but that goes with all paint). It flies straight, doesnt break unless you give it a reason too, hits the mark every time. I personally like the blue fill and purple shell, because it is harder to see when it is coming at you but the blue is bright enough to see what you are hitting at.
Great paint, if you are having trouble finding good paint then try Anarchy, it is good stuff and it wont kill the pocket book.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 25th, 2007 at 10:09 am PST
Draxxus Blaze, and other no name paintball brands.
I have a Piranha STS G3,16 inch boomstick, 12 volt hopper,, pmi perfect cradle, 3-A 68 ci nitro tank.
All American backs are the perfect size for this paint. or you can spend all the money ya got on a freak kit, or evil pipe barrel system
Thick Fill. great color, hard shell
none that i can see
This paint is excellent. and clearly the best I have used ever. it has a very thick fill and good hard shell.break on the other guys very easy. i havnt had a ball break in my gun useing this paint yet, good colors to choose from. very cheap and well worth the money. im always guna stick with these paintballs, EXCEPT if i wanna spend the money get some evil. i highly recomend this paint to anyone.
This paint is good for the money. and i highly recomend this paint
Vector 939, Evol II hopper, Palmer Stabalizer, Micro Rock LPR
These are not tourney grade paintballs. They have seams which greatly affect accuracy. They are supposed to be small bore, but the two cases I used where huge. They didn't even fit a huge bore barrel and were so big they got stuck in the Evol II.
Plus, they aren't very round. Place one in the barrel, and you see very uneven light around them.
One broke in the hopper.
I didn't get many bounces, and at short range they are accurate enough.
I personally won't use them again. I prefer a very accurate very reliable paintball, even if it costs much more.
If cost is a huge consideration, these are not bad, but they are not top of the line either. I'd say they are a B grade paintball. There are far worse, but many that are better also.
I give them a 7 because of the size inconsistency and inaccuracy.