many other paintballs, but this was the first winter fill
Freak, which is what i used, the New Evil Barrel, and anything with a .689 bore size.
Well if a paintball is good, it is obvious what the characteristics were of that paintball. It shot extremely straight, broke on impact, let a thick mark, this is good for all you cheaters out there, round, very few were dimpled. When i say few, i'm talking 5-7. This was my first winter fill ball, and i will remain using this ball throught the winter.
Besides those 5-7 dimpled balls, honestly, these balls worked great with my gun and .689 bore. One of the players at my field ran out of paint, he was using evil, and asked to borrow a guppy of mine. He told his team captin there team, which is team Nasty, should use Polar Ice during the winter. I'm encouraging my mizfit team to use these balls also.
THE PEOPLE WHO GAVE THIS BALL BELOW AN 8, ARE THOSE WHO SEAM TO HAVE HIGH PRESSURE GUNS, SUCH AS SPYDERS, PIRANA'S, ETC....IF YOU HAVE A LOW PRESSURE GUN, DONT HESITATE TO USE THESE, I'M HOOKED NOW, AND NEXT WEEK, IF YOUR AT MY FIELD, YOU WOULD SEE ME USING THEM!!!
Automag RT, Dye Boomstick, Rico AK, Nitro Tank
Piranha Pro TS, All American /w Freak Front, Nitro tank.
Any good barrel should do.
Well, they're designed for cold weather, so they should perform better than most paint in sub freasing temputatures.
I found several balls that were odd shaped or dimpled.
They weren't consistantly hard or soft. They would break in most markers, yet they would bounce off me consistanty, and one shattered one of my pods.
Accuracy on the paint was pretty bad. 100%% or more increase in the spread of the balls.
My field gets this in the winter for field paint. That's where I used mine, and I know it's specialy made for them. Maybe it was just their bad batch, but everyone was hating this paint. I guess some of the shells were harder than normal paint is durring the winter, but some weren't, and the harder shells were too hard. Use it if you have to for winter, but don't expect it to perform very well.
Rebel LE with Ricochet 2K, and 10" Dye Ultralight (for speedball)
Fokus with 14" J7J ceramic (in the trees)
Have not found any that do not work well until the temp gets below 30 (F) and thn it seems better to use the shorter barrels or the J&J ceramic.
does not break in gun! I have yet to break a ball in either my Fokus or my Rebel and we play every weekend at our field, generally going through 1000 or more balls. My markers are both low-pressure setups and breaks are rare, but with these balls I have played in temps down to 15(F) and not broke one yet.
In speedball if the temp gets up over freezing those balls really leave a welt on the opponent (that may be good or bad, depending on the opponent), they are a bit expensive.
Great product, we will use it exclusively at our field in the winter.
32 degrees team colours
JT predator paintballs
and a bunch of cheapies i.e. BE and VL
Pre 2k minicocker (milled)
- palmer rock reg, palmer 3way, clippard ram, WGP venturi bolt, tornado
valve, upgraded hammer and back block, all american barrel and 5 others,
air america violator reg, drop forward, air america armageddon
88ci/3000psi, pro connect, benchmark trigger frame (soon to be an eclipse)
2K2 WGP Sniper II (the gun used while testing this paint)
- air america violator reg, WGP venturi bolt, benchmark trigger frame, all
american barrel drop forward, air america armageddon 88ci/3000psi with
pro connect (same as on my minicocker, just switched it over)
My all american 10" worked awesome
- Flies straight
- Breaks well permitting you play in cold weather
- shell not extremely visible in the air for opponents, yet the bright green fill shows up nicely
- Great for winter play, stands up to sub zero degrees celcius conditions with it's antifreeze in the fill and thick shell
- have fired a case and a half of it through my sniper II and i am yet to break a ball in my barrel
- Not much
- I shot my brother in the mouthguard and he ate paint which according to him was the most putrid tasting stuff ever and that it tasted like antifreeze, duhhhh.
I want to clarify some things about this paint, because a lot of ppl have been giving it bad reviews, and here's what i've found consistant about the bad reviews:
first of all, a lot of people said this stuff bounces too much and that it hurts like a SOB, well IT IS A WINTER BALL!, WHAT ARE YOU DOING PLAYING WITH IT IN THE SUMMER, THE SHELL BECOMES MORE BRITTLE IN THE COLD, DUHH
secondly, people are saying it doesn't fly straight, but if u look at their marker setup it explains it all. Pretty much everyone who complained about accuracy are firing guns like spyders or other guns with stock barrels. Well obviously it isn't going to fly straight out of your barrel.
All around i thought this paint kicked ass as a winter ball. It shot straight, broke well and held up to -13oC temperatures here without any problems, i didn't break a single ball in my barrel either.
Budd orr Cocker 16inch all american 8inch boas ardvark snort
dye stickies new
Black magic regulator
Mine work great
good for rec play
You can buy in bulk around where i live about 85 for 2000 and thats canadian
i went to a local field and used them and they were great
not good with long barrels
they dent in hot weather like regular balls so keep them in a shaded place
when i play i use marble
i would use them for rec play and for fooling around If your a beginner i reccomend them my back-up marker is a spyder shutter and the balls seem to fly better with the spyder over my cocker but thats ok because i wouldnt use cheap paint in my baby
sheridan "visible impact" paintballs....... decent
diablo blaze......... very good
RP Sherier or somthing ....... bout the same as these...better for normal conditions
stock spyder tl plus
stock works fine for now..... upgrading to custom products one piece barrel
i bought a case (2000) for 45 bucks at the paintball shop so its pretty cheap
all most every ball is round!! only 1:1000 are dimpled
most paintballs smell like ass, but these dont have much grease on them so the dont smell as bad
not much grease
GREAT for cold weather or woods play (fires through the brush well)
cant think of too much to say here.... sometimes they dont break as easy .....but they have a thicker shell for cold weather so..........
good paintballs, i would buy these again! only next time i might wait longer till like fall or actually winter instead of playing with them in the summer... go buy some
diablo paint, other varieties of rps, all kinds of paint
2002 black magic cocker w/shocktech front kit, shocktech valve, wgp hinge trigger, high rise feed, 14 inch boomstick, 68ci 4500psi crossfire tank
nothing better for cold weather, accurate, breaks fine in the cold.
not good at temps upways of 45 d F.
everybody's writing reviews saying how these paintballs aren't accurate, but look at the barrel's they're using. they're using stock barrels on spyders and the like. anyone who's ever bought a paintball marker under $500 knows that the barrel on it is going to be crap. you can shoot the worlds best paint through a bad barrel and you might as well be using brass eagle balls. all in all, good paint for winter months.
A bottom line spyder with a 20oz CO2 tank and a ACI stainless steel barrel.
I've actually never used my ACI barrel with them, just my spyder stock.
During the winter months this stuff is all that our paintball supplier carries. No one I know really complains about it, and the supplier swears by it. My personnal experience w/ it has been Awsome. It's made for cold weather so don't cry about it not working if it's above 40. HENCE POLAR ICE!!! But if you use it any colder than that it should work fine. I think out of the 8,000 rounds I bought this winter I broke about four in my barrel. They show up well cuz they're nice and bright. My cat likes them.
... Well, they do corkscrew from time to time. I mean if you happen to brake paint and can't squeedge, you're screwed. They bounce a lot. This may sound bad but if you know you have a shot on someone, pull the trigger 3 times cuz chance are some will bounce. They stain! The paint is sicky and RPS garentees the paint won't stain (supposedly) But i've seen tan shirts stained by it. I hope that is 100 words.
Over all Next to great. I wouldn't use anything else in the winter.
F4 Illustrator TP with 12" CP medium bore barrel (blue), 12v Revy (blue), DYE Sticky Grip (blue), KAPP Apocalypse dropforward, and Crossfire 68ci Steel Nitro tank.
No clue. I used a CP.
They look pretty cool and they fly with moderate accuracy.
This paint breaks WAY too easily. Just my bolt hitting it sometimes broke them! Then, after a break in the barrel or chamber will break the rest of them! So one chop, expect more. I Do NOT recommend these paintballs. They're too brittle, they break all the time, and the shells stick in you when hit on bare skin. These paintballs are among the worst I have ever played with. RPS should be ashamed for making such horrible paintballs.
They look cool, but looks can be deceiving. They break too often, and they cause many many many problems when firing at high rates of fire.
(stock) PMI Piranha STS g3 -pf
16 oz C02 on a remote coil - Nitro is no different on this gun
a Dye Boomstick was the only barrel at the feild that could shoot these reletivly accurate.
*nice shell - soft and broke 95%% of the shots
*sorta nice fill - kinda smelly and sticky but my clothes kinda sucked it up so
*Pink - easy to spot a hit
*Curve - some accualy did a corkskrew
*Drop - i was cronoed at 290 and i had to aim about 5 degrees up for every 10 yards from the target
*I broke 4 out of 600 (first one i broke was my first shot on the feild and it kinda skrewed up my barrel for the rest of the day)
*Pink - Ghey color
it was 45 to 50 degrees out when i used these. We would have been better off using nonwinterfill paintballs but this was all they had at the feild. My gun didnt like em, neither did I