Field Paint is sold directly to fields, not to wholesalers or stores. This ensures you that no one can bring paint on to your field with out purchasing the paint from you. This paint comes in a light brown colored shell, with 5 different color fills. So that two fields in the same area who shoot FIRST CHOICE can not purchase the same colored paint. This also allows you to distinguish your paint from paint sold at mass murchants.
The Nitro Duck First Choice Field Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
I can't really think of many good aspects to these balls. They weren't any cheaper than the PMI premium (which I recommend for everybody)
These paintballs broke like crazy in my Spyder Tl+, where a higher quality round, such as PMI would have been fine. They are thinly coated, which doesn't make sense for a field paint. Field guns operating on open-bolt systems shoot at (so I was told by a more experience player, but feel free to correct me if I'm wrong) over 500 psi exerted onto the ball. In a closed bolt system, where the bolt hits at less than 200, a thin shell makes sense, but not in a field paint. Another detracting factor was that parts of the shell that didn't stay with the ball 'poofed' out of the end of my barrel, and coated its insides with shell. This was from balls that didn't break! Obviously, this affected my accuracy.
I just don't recommend these balls. They must be a field-owner's nightmare, what with the breakage and having to clean the guns afterwards. I recommend that fields stick with quality paint. It makes the game more enjoyable, and an enjoyable experience keeps newbies coming back.
Most every common paintball. My favority is Marballizers!
ANS GX3, Full Freak kit, 10 12 and 14 inch fronts
No one seemed to be having ANY problems with ball breaks in thier equipment. They seem to be very consistant in size. Good seams. Fly straight.
In high hot (80 to 90* F), humid (above 80%%) weather they DON'T break on your target! I have played 3 cases of this stuff and I have to get people out by pelting them into submission because the paint bounces so bad. You must hit something more solid than a human body to get them to break. I will try them again this fall when it is cool.
Do not buy these if you are playing in hot, humid conditions. I am unsure of their spring/fall performance.