Black 04 VF Autococker
12'' Freak Barrel
12v Revy Hopper
Seems to fit a .687 bore size very well.
Break on Target
These paintballs are really good to practice with or play rec ball. They are at a reasonible price and are easy to get. They dont have that thick of a fill and are sometimes hard to see if they break but if you are not in a tournament setting then it is not a big deal. They do break on target most of the time though so you can rely on them for some eliminations.
If your team is looking for some new paint to practice with or if you are just looking for some decent paint at a good price to play with then i suggest these paintablls.
Some cheap brand of field paint - This paint is way better.
Spyder TL-X With C.A.M.D and Teardrop
Stock TL-X barrel works nicely
the bore is just right for a teardrop as well.
Does not chop
Shoots straight *
These paintballs were in perfect condition, no dimples, no flat spots. These paintballs shot straight at about 35 degrees farenheit., and they shot straight and broke quite well, out of 150 shot (with a standard hopper) none broke. awesome paintballs well worth the price. so go out and buy them!! now go! hurry!
Bought another batch of these (what i know was an older batch 6+ months) and they were just like a new batch, smooth balls, the only way you can tell the seam is because of the color change in the shell. and shoot straight as an arrow and break beautifully. Still the best in my book..
Buy these paintballs. They are cheap, awesome, and last a long time.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, March 31st, 2005 at 7:49 am PST
Occasionally run into a problem with the cases i buy cuz every now and then iget a case where almost all the balls are mishapen...can be a pain but there only 30 bucks so when u get a good batch they are great paintballs 2 use
wouldn't reccomend 4 tourny's but rec ball im all 4 it
Viewloader and brass eagle paint
PMI premium gold
Tippmann Pro/Carbine with J&J 14" Ceramic Barrel
My ceramic works well, most medium bore barrels work fine
The shell is not oily
the shell is thick enough that is wont break in my gun so it will work fine in high pressure guns.
It breaks pretty well
The paint is thick and hard to wipe
They are pretty accurate
The price- 45$ per case
Most balls are very round
there are a few dimpled balls per bag, but not too many
The shell is thick, so it will make more bounces then other paintballs.
Not tournament paint.
You can buy better paint than this, but not for this price. It works great, even in high pressure guns. It is a medium bore paint, so use a medium bore barrel. Its a great for recball/ woods play. Th paint is thick, but it doesnt stain.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
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Marbs, All Stars, Nelson
Tippmann 98 Custon
14'' J & J Barrel
M16 Type 6 Position Stock
ADCO Champ sight
Almost Seamless, Mine were Black/Red with White fill
Very Very Dimpled, Off Round, Thin Fill (White)
About 1/2 of all 2000 balls were dimpled very bad! Not worth the $47.00 I paid, Heck not woth $27.00!!!!!!!!!! Stick to Marbs or All-Stars, There the best 4 sure! I though that PMI and RPS could put out a much better product that this junk!
I dont Recomend Premiums unless 4 pratice paint if that! About half if that flew strait!
Super Swirl, Marbs, Evil, PMI Big Ball, Dusk, Severe Cyclone, Severe Hurricane, GAP, Afterburners*+
Black Evil Omen
14" Black Evil Pipe
71ci 4500 psi 3A paintbal HPA tank
Lapco clamping Low Rise
Dye Bottle Cover
Pipe and Teardrop
Fly stright, seams aren't too big, good fill
minor size variance
These are good everyday use paintballs. If I had my way I would buy them over everything I have used except Evils. They fly straight, are pretty size consistent, have a good fill, and break on the target most of the time. The choice of colors is very nice too. The only thing about them that I am not really happy with is that the Advantage shells will sometimes not break on the target. Not often, but it does happen. Otherwise a very good paint. Price is not too high.
The paint I prefer pver all others except Evil. 9.0 due to affordable price and reliable performance
14" J&J Ceramic
Java Metal Feed Tube
Dye Original sticky grip
20oz co2 with anti siphon
SP Teardrop or Progressive
or Other quality, medium bore barrels
Very reasonably priced
easy to find
large assortmant of colors
fill isn't as thick as some, but it's not a big deal
Finally, a company has created near tournament quality paint for a few bucks more than recreational paint.
PMI Premium shoots as well as any other paint on the market if you have a proper paint to barrel match, and have decent velocity consistency. It rarely curves and hits exactly where I want it 95/100 times.
Visual aspects: This paint's shell is very clean and cool looking. The two tone shell is done very nicely and gives a professional look. The fill comes in a variety of colors for those who care, and although it isn't as thick as syrup, it is hard to wipe. Other things to note: the paint comes in a resealable bag if you want to take leftover paint home with you.
I can find this paint for $45 online or $55 at my local paintball shop. It's good stuff. I highly recommend it. You could get by with using it in a tournament, but I'd recommend going one step further and getting marbalizer or evil.
buy it, buy it again, and buy it some more. Great for practice or playing for fun. It's the perfect paint for people who want to hit their opponents but aren't playing in tournaments.
Zap sport series : just give your $20 to charity
Rps Super Swirl : Not as good, curve a lot, but no barrel breaks
Blue streak : Fine as long as you dont intend to use them or buy them
RPS Evil : Godlike but expensive
E99 Avant, with 12in Smart Parts Teardrop barrel, Empire Reloader hopper, ACI high pressure remote, crap 4+1 harness, VL pods, meteor shower grenades
Smart Parts Teardrop works great, as well as the CMI international. Anything mid bore, like .689 works great.
Little seams, little to no dimples in FRESH paint, dont curve in a clean barrel
brittle, so dont use them in crappy guns
These are a great ball for the price. I love them because they hardly ever break in my teardrop, and they are super accurate at 250-275 FPS. I will admit, I have broken balls, but that was going full auto with a gravity hopper (for fun, I'm not stupid) Only $45 a case if you buy online. These are a lower end tournament ball from PMI/RPS, and are of great quality. I am a regular recballer, and these suit me perfect. I
BUY THEM!!! These are quality made, great balls. I would reccomend them for tourny players as well as recballers like myself. I buy these becasue they are cheap, work well, and they make me look good when I gog a few people every time I play. I give them an 8 because they are great, but there are better out there. Easily, these are my paintball of choice.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, July 6th, 2004 at 3:37 pm PST
tippmann 98 custom
16" J&J ceramic barrel
20 oz Co2
16" J&J ceramic
they dont break often
Overall, these are solid paintballs and are reliable for the price. If you're just going to play in a local field with your friends get these. They're not the best paint out there but they offer solid recreational performance. If you play in the cold, like i do, nothing beats these. I've never seen one warp or get messed up/dimpled. Unlike expensive paints these dont warp because of rapid temp change of cold