i got a 98 custom
14 inch teardrop
Dead on paintball double trigger
what ever fits the bore
Flat ( we found one that was like a triangle )
I didn't like this paint because most of the balls were flat, it didn't chop in my gun but it just had a really big curve. The paint is really cheap in price, i got 2000 for $50 canadian but for that much you can't expect much from it.
I didn't like this paint (brass eagle paint it better and thats saying something)
Zap Primer (If a ball breaks in the bag, you're screwed)
I bought seconds so I can't really say I ever really used real Zap Primers, since 2nds are wak.
Brass Eagle Marauder Black, Richochet 2k Hopper, 14" CMI Rifled Tru-Flight Barrel, 9oz tank + tank butt. (Expansion Chamber coming soon!!!)
NOTE: Going to buy the tru-flight QUIET BARREL, and use this as my back up. It's the SAME EXACT barrel but with a new feature, it's more silent than this one.
CMI Tru-Flight Rifled Barrel 90+ FEET ACCURACY, of course it depends on your marker setting and your personal aim.
Hard to see
Hard Shell won't break in marker / hopper
Sometimes doesn't break
That's about it. Accuracy means you save $$$ on paint!!!
1st MAIN THING: ACCURACY IS GREAT, 90 FEET PLUS ACCURACY, SO YOU SHOOT LESS PAINTBALLS AND SAVE MORE MONEY!!!
2nd MAIN THING: YOU FEEL CONFIDENT AND DO NOT GET MAD BECAUSE YOUR PAINTBALLS FLY IN CIRCLES. When I shot at someone with Paintballs that fly in circles it made me feel like a tank had it's cannon on me and I can't do anything, But only for about 3 seconds, because a 2nd tank peeked out at me and shot ne before I had time to say oh dang I got shot in the face. The 2nd guy used accurate paintballs, and got me in 1 second with 1 shot. I shot 6 paintballs at the first guy and they didn't touch him at all. IF I HAD THESE PAINTBALLS, I WOULDA GOT THE FIRST IN ONE SHOT. 2nd guy was crazy though, extremely fast aim.
Accuracy: This paintball is extremly accurate. If you can see someone, you can hit them, period. If you're chilling at the target range, you can hit anything you want as many times as you want in the same place as many times as you want. I was walking to class on monday, the day after I used my 14" CMI Tru-Flight barrel with these paintballs and I figured out I was shooting farther than I though. I looked at signs up ahead between me and my class, estimating the distance. What I thought was 100 feet was more like 160 feet. Accuracy goes far, I would be able to hit that sign if I was standing still and had time to aim. I wouldn't hit the same spot, but I'll get every single shot within a basketball size target. Accuracy to the extreme. SAVES YOU PAINT BIG TIME!!! $$$
Shell: Well to start off, it has a black shell so it's VERY HARD TO SEE. You won't see it coming at you, you barely see it when you're shooting on the range but only because you know a paintball's going to fly through that path.
The shell is pretty solid, I got a fresh batch and kept it around for a month. The paintballs won't break inside your hopper, and they sometimes won't break on your enemy as well. Well, I got a box of 1000, so 2 bags of 500 paintballs. I used about 600 for target practice in about a months time, maybe a week more. The 2nd bag I opened up, out of 100 balls shot at a box from 10-15 feet away, like 12 of them didn't break. I mean, it slammed against a solid object, a couple boxes stuffed in a box, and they didn't break. That was the 2nd bag though, and I kept it sealed and just opened it after about 1 month of purchasing it so it was SUPER DUPER SPANKING FRESH.
You can actually use these paintballs to shoot through thing branches and stuff which is pretty cool.
WILL IT POP IN MY MARKER? I had 1 in 50 pop in my ORIGINAL CRAPPY STOCK BARREL. I upgraded, and the problems went away. I have a ricochet 2k electronic loader and the paintballs do not get screwed even though the Ricochet works at 12bps. (I heard ricochet doesn't break paintballs anyways)
I used it at a field with my new barrel and they didn't pop, not even one. I ran all crazy because my marker ran out of gas, so I was shaking my marker and those paintballs like a child bully stealing money from someone's piggy bank. NO BREAKS!!! Well, I do have a ricochet stealth liner inside my ricochet 2k that helps cushion the paintballs inside so they don't make much noice, that maybe cushioned it while I ran around.
This product shoots extremely straight, lasts a good time since I bought it and kept it for a month. Has a pretty visible fill. It's easy to wipe with a towel but if you use your hand, you'll get caught cheeting, pink handed!!! I can't believe the price!!! $19 for 1,000
Eblade Orracle, Center Flag 68/4500, B w/rip, Stiffi
these balls are so bad it's hard to tell
Where would one start
I have no idea why so many fields use this crappy paint. I know it is cheap but you would think that the constant customer complaint would sink in. This paint is so inconsistant that the most of them are not even close to being round. There really is no way to set you gun up to use it since one ball may be close to 684 and the next might be 696. Almost every shell has a noticealbe soft spot just waiting to coat the inside of your barrel. There was no target accuracy with this paint so don't think you are going to be a sniper just plan on mowing down the target if you can get it out of your gun.
Don't buy it, try to sneak in you own paint if your field does not offer a choice. Keep a good swab in your pocket at all times.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, February 12th, 2004 at 6:04 am PST
RPS Premium- Much Better, thicker fill, actually breaks on target sometimes.
RPS Evil- The Best Paint ever!!! Super fill, breaks really good.
WGP Naughty Dogs E-Orracle with Kaner Barrel System, ACI Bulldog 3000psi 47ci HPA Tank, Evolution II Hopper, Dye Airport and Mini-Drop
Kaner or Freak Barrel System, but since the paint is not consistent, it barely helps
Won't Break, Sweats (so they stick together in hopper) thin fill, not consistent
While other RPS paints are good, this one stinks. The ball sweats, so it leaves an oily residue which makes the paint stick together. While it won't break in the gun, you can't break it on a player either. My dad shot a player in the shoes from 40ft. away, and it still won't break . Also, the fill is thin and weak. The balls are inconsistent, so even the Freak inserts don't help. (One ball may be .691 while the other is .689 and the next .693) But, for $50 a case, it is cheap.
While being a cheap paint, it won't break, sweats, and is inconsistent. I will never buy it again.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 8th, 2004 at 11:57 am PST
I was not happy when i bought 1000 expecting them to be good paint...... I opened them up to find triangle shaped paintballs all stuck together. I couldnt even use them.... so i started to open up the second pack of 500..... It looked great . I put them in my gun and shot and it was straight and didnt chop. As i started to play I could not stop chopping... I put some in my friends gun and his gun chopped them right up.
This paint is terrible for how much you have to pay (40$ for 1000 when you can buy 2000 Vapor for 44$ andd the vapor is 10 times better than the big ball) I dont reccomend this to anyone.
.688-.691 is the size but cant be for sure becuse i dint recive my ball sizers yet.
Dose not dent
Mostly breaks on impact
Sometimes dose not break on impact.(only happens in winter really)
These are great paintballs. Iv never had an incident were they broke in the barrel or were chopped. The great thing about these is that you can see the paint very well.(yellow fill) Also, aren't very expensive. I get these in walmart for $25.00 for a case of 2000!!! you cant argue with that price for these well made paintballs. The only problem i had was in winter when only a few did not break on impact.(probably froze) Also, I used CO2
These are great paintballs, buy them and you will like them. For the price you cant complain.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, June 19th, 2007 at 12:57 pm PST
Vlosity jr with gangstar/draxxus pulse
45 4500 hp crossfire tank
big bore 697 it will lessen chops
All this paint is different bore sizes
Break in bag
Bought these on three occasions and all the time I had nothing but bolt breaks.Barrel breaks. But no people breaks. There was always dimples always breaks in the bag. And all the paint is different size. ill give it a 4 just beacause it might have been for bad delivery people. But im staying away from this paint.Never had any problems like this with RPS products before.
Buy another paint for its price its def not worth it
It works super well with the sonix pro barrel. It works well with the .98 but so much better with the sonix.
Perfect accuritcy. Pops almost every time.
Buy big balls. They freakin rock!!! I can freakin take like, 10 people on and will win with ANY rps paintballs. They stain easy but who cares about that (A lot of people I bet...).
Buy........ It ........ Now. They are like 20 for 1000 so they are cheap!!!! They are NOT oily at all!!!!!!!!!! Yah....
I don't know what to say :P.
Best Paintballs out there
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 3rd, 2006 at 8:22 am PST
Evo II w/ Z-board
Drop Fwrd w/on off
Sling blade trig
Any barrel will do
Cheap, thick fill, bright
Doesnt always break, but itll do the job
Practiced with it, played with it, and went up against it. It works well enough. Doesnt always break but out of 200 only 10-15 didnt. Thick fill makes it hard to wipe, and bright fill helps you know they are gone. Overall its good stuff. Use it if you have practice or no cash.
Another A for RPS
Its cheap, good, and better than most walmart stuff
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 25th, 2007 at 8:01 pm PST
I would use this paint in the woods becasue of the harder shell. it doesn't fare so well with speed ball. i was playing last weekend with big ball and scorch to see which i like better becasue they so close on price they are pretty accurate grant it its not formula 13 ( you get what you pay for) but from a longer distance i had an angle on this kid i saw atlest 4 bounce before one broke in his face now when we took it in to the woods they did much better i could sneak them though bushes and have them break on ppl the harder shell pays off in the woods.
Its decent woodsball paint but i wouldn't use it for speed ball becasue of its shell