Pmi Big Ball and marbelizers some different evil types and every different type of draxus avaible ohhh and lots and lots of cheap crappy feild paint with no name
Tippmenn A-5 with modified Barrel and stock and a few other things
Any will work but of course high end barrels work best a good example is the dye broom stick
-work well with most barrels and dont break in gun only on person
-have bought cases with a couple broken balls in case
except for the few cases i have bought that have had 3-4 broken balls in the case(the only way to fix it is to wipe off every ball takes about 3 hours) i have not found any negitive things. Positive things include bright hard to wipe fills and brittle shells that break on body and not in gun. Over all very good paint for a cheap price can be found at any neighbor hood galyans or sports authority.
Great balls work great no complaints except for broken balls in case -1 for that.
The First time I ever tried this paint, back when i was a newb, I thought it was pretty cool it was pretty cheap had pretty colors and worked the way i wanted them to. Except for one bloody thing they curve bad, and some break in your barrel witch isn't to bad of a problem but its annoying. But besides those few problems i think its great and i still use it today.
If your new to paintballing and your just playin round w/ your friends i think you should buy it its cheap and very easy to find, but not recommended for tournaments.
-Wrek Balls- Cheaper,but not as good
-Diablo Inferno-More expensive, but i like them a little more
I have a Tippmann 98 custom with a 14" Smart Parts Progressive barrel
i have a Smart Parts Progressive barrel and they work fine in there. I think that any medium size bore barrel will work fine with these paintballs though.
-break on impact
-hardly any breaks
-great balls for the price
-The paint absorbs in around 10 minutes in the clothes
- other then that none really
I use to just use Wrek balls with my stock barrel, and with my Progressive barrel and they worked fine and everything but not as great with my Proggressive barrel they started breaking more and more, so I switched to Diablo Inferno one time they worked great, but i didn't want to have to pay that much for paintballs so then i started using PMI Premium balls and they were almost just as good as the Diablo Infernos for up to $10 cheaper depending on where i go on how many i get.I hardly have many breaks with these balls in my barrel i don't know exactly but when i play speedball for 5 hours usually i shoot between 500-750 balls and usually i might have 3 or 4 breaks. And when i play out in the woods i'll shoot like 500 balls and break 2-3 balls.These balls are very good and i am very happy with them
I recommend these balls very highly, and if you don't like paying the high price for Diablo Inferno give these a try and see how you like them with your barrel.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, December 4th, 2003 at 2:20 pm PST
bright fill, cool colors, flies straight, breaks on contact
these paintballs are awesome for the price. it has bright fill, cool colors, flies straight, breaks on contact. these are my new favorite paintball. these things are the best i have ever shot and i have shot marbs, evil, blaze, hellfire etc. there is nothing at all wrong with these paintballs. you have to try them if you havn't already. i was shooting bettet then ever with these paintballs
these are the best paintballs for the price. all ym friends love them. too bad my local field doesn't carry them
diablo midnight - just as good, except a smaller bore than these
viewloader i-ballz - premiums are better, by far
super swirls - premiums are better
proballs - pretty good, i like the pmi's better though
spyder 2 in 1 java
14" jnj ceramic
dye 1200psi skull gauge
red dye stickies
adco red dot site
pysco ballistics dropforward
reduced trigger pull, polished internals
modified stock bolt
20oz co2 w/ an anti-siphon tube
worked amazingly well in my jnj ceramic, pretty well in a teardrop also
decent fill, near-seamless shell, shell wasn't too thick, no dimples
the fill that i used(white) absorbed into clothes quickly
i shot about a case of the premiums over the past two weeks. i had no breaks at all, they didn't curve once. these were a much better fit in my jnj than the midnights(better accuracy, the midnights were too small). the seams were incredably small and smooth. these balls were not oily. worked very well in my jnj ceramic. also, they had just arrived in my proshop the day i got them, so that might be a reason as too why they worked as well as they did.
only can give it a 9 because of the weak fill, but an excellent medium bore paint
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 11th, 2003 at 9:25 am PST
Good quality paintballs, few seems, all rounded, relatively thick paint, not oily.
They've served me well so far.
Quality paintballs from a quality company. New cases come with resealable bag. These paintballs come in quite a few colors and will serve you well, wheather it's for a local tourny, or a day of recbal, not to mention they are cheap at my local store ($40) for a case.
Go out and get your self a case! PBgear and PBgateway have good prices on this.
the stock sts 2k3 barrel on my piranha is a perfect bore fit
smart parts progressive
Size, price, accuracy sometimes. Didn't break in barrel.
Thin fill, hard
These paintballs are pretty good for the price I guess. I bought 1500 for 40 bucks at a paintball store where I live, sure I shoulda bought the marballizer for 55 but I wanted to try out other paintballs, and since the boresize was perfect I went with these. First off though, they have a thin fill in them, I was hitting a board and the splats were extremely small, like an 1" big in diameter at most at 100ft, so then i moved to 20 ft and they broke to about 1 3/4" big so they might be hard to see in a game, don't know yet. Also the shell is hard, when it was hitting the bored, I could see the shell flying off the board and there was still paint in some. Some times these paintballs are accurate, but there were around 50 of 500 paintball that had dimples, but they shot fine, the ones that didn't shot fine where odd , they would fly and just knuckle down after 50 ft, but that happened 3 of 75 shots. Overall these paintballs are good for the money, if you're really low on the cash, buy them or if people offer to give you a few of these use them, and see for yourself, I think my paintball flights might have been caused by the cold air when I was shooting. OH yah haven't had a ball break yet.
Good for the price. Buy them or if people give them to you use them and see for yourself, I might have gotten a bad batch of white ones, but my blueand orange ones I haven't shot yet and look a lot better in shape and no dimples on them.
Tottaly stock victor with 9oz CO2 and a spinloader E-tron hopper
Great paint for the price if u are a begginer looking to shoot something or an expert looking for some practice paint then i suggest u get these. The are very rounded and have no dimples....that could depend on how long they have been sitting on the shelf. The colors are great and hard to wipe off for all those cheaters out there. very accruate no matter where u are playing. I had no breaks in my gun even with the stock barrel.
great product for the price sure u are not getting turny paint but it does it purpose.
Tippmann 98 custom
Pro Team Hyperstar bolt
Tippmann expansion chamber
Tippmann double trigger
14 inch Lapco Big Shot barrel
i have only used the tippmann stock barrel and big shot with this product so i can't make any other recommendations.
Colors are great. Good price. Good for entry level ballers and for playing with friends.
Some have dimples. Some go crazy after exiting my barrel. Many bounces. Hard to break.
These were great entry level paintballs. I had a good time using them when i am just fooling around with my friends. Like i said they bounced off my like 20 times and i was only wearing a sweater and two shirts and my friend was only 30 feet away from me. They don't break easily. Also when i opened up the box from my local paintball store i noticed some of the paintballs were dimpled. When i played some of the balls just flew all over the place after they left the barrel. But they are good paintballs for the price and they come in great colors.
Overall these were preaty good paintballs but if you are serious about playing i wouldn't recommend them to you. I would sugest evil which i think are the best balls one the market. If you just want cheap cool paintballs for fooling around with your friends then get them. But still i would recommend blaze over the premium the blaze paintballs really worked well for me i didn't have as many problems with the balze as i did with the premium.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 14th, 2003 at 10:01 am PST