very hard to break on people
bounces off everything
half the distance of any other balls that I have used with the flatline barrel
I wouldnt buy them again.I shoot 1000 of them and had 1 break in the barrel.
My accuracy was way of with these balls,they were going all over.I used JT Maxim balls that day also and they were shooting perfect and twice as far.
I will say with all stars or jt maxim
Boblong defiant teardrop barrel custom drop nitro tank 12volt rev.and a cocker
teardrop custom products
they are accurate as all hell great in winter & summer all seasons
WILLY is a puss* if they hurt and he is wrong and i dont know when they came out so i think i put a year and i have been using them ever since challenge park sold them. OOOOOOOhhhhhhhhhh Willy barrel matters
not much at all what can be wrong with a paintball that is great in winter
never leave these in sun got antifreez in them or thats what i was told
32deg. competition, brass eagle, pmi prem. and gold. In cold weather they all suck. The 32's seemed to big for my piranha barrel. I spent more time cleaning my barrel than shooting. But they might be great when it's warm.
I'd like to know,
Thick shell. Good for weeds and woods. I've been using them in 20deg. weather. With a stock barrel I bust about 1 out of 75. Some times less or more.
The price. I pay $65. at the local. To steep for me.
Maybe a little short on distance. Curved sometimes. Could be barrel size.
I don't care if the ball busts on it's target. It's worth the trade if it doesn't always bust on weeds and little branches. This does break on target 75%% of the time though. I'm still going to look for a cheaper ball though. A lot cheaper. If I could get these for $50. I'd give them a 9.
32 Degree Team Colors (winter fill). Ok paint that can't compare to Polar Ice.
RT/PRO, 14" Dye Broomstick, chrome power feed, 12 V Revvy with X-Board, Intelliframe and 88/3000 PMI HPA system. *Day was sunny at 33 degrees with a 3-5 mile wind.
Unknown, I only stick with my Dye. However, this paint rolls around and is too small for my Dye Broomstick. I just picked up a 14" Dye Stainless Steel today and it's the same. This is a VERY small ball.
Rarely chopped and did pretty good considering it's too small for my bbl. To compensate, I put on a plastic shroud to cover the porting which seemed to help with range. However, I still had to arc it for targets 25 yards out.
Doesn't fit Dye Broom stick or SS bbl for the automags.
Even with the poor fit, I still did very well with it as opposed to the 32 Degree (Winter fill) that I was using on the same day.