32 team colors, marballizers, winchester, pmi premium, diablo (dunno what kind)
never used brass eagle since everyone reccomends that i stay away from it :P
I have a silver 1999 F4 Illustrator w/ a custom products flame drop foreward (silver), aci chrome double trigger frame, venturi bolt, 6 stage sub zero expansion chamber, smart parts all american (16'') barrel, and a 9 volt revvy.
just match the bore size (medium)
they look cool (red/black with white... actually kinda pink... fill)
its made by diablo
no real noticeable difference from all the other paint i've used (cept the bad ass feeling from shooting expensive marballizers and diablos)
no knicks, dents, deformities, or ball breaks at all
you can get it at wall mart!!
nuttin, this paint does exactly what i want it to do... shoot straight and break on ppl!!
Tippmann Pro/Carbine, Smart Parts All American .689, Palmers Stabilizer, Air Tipps RVA,
any quality small/medium barrel (.686- .689)
works decently, shell is pretty good, fill is nice. breaks on your opponent, and rarely in the gun. good for emergency paint at wal- mart if you can't order paint in time for a game, but if your at wal mart, you may as well get some RPS in the 500 round box. The paint is made by Diablo.
it is usually only available in 200 round plastic boxes. these plastic boxes tend to put large flat sides on the paint. they also come in plastic bags, but stupid kids like wander into the sports asile and pop them in the bag.
if you have time to buy paint, get some Nelson online. if you need paint right away, and you can't stop at a paintball shop, then go to wal/K-mart and buy some RPS in the 500 round box. I give it an 8 because it's still decent paint.
Spyder TL Plus- electronic .45 grips, remote, red dot sight, external velocity adjuster, 14 inch boomstick
Any barrel that shoots marblizer or zap is usually a pretty good match.
Can be found at most walmart/g.i.joes
Good barrel match for most barrels
Uniform shape, no dimples, very smooth
No annoying grease-type slik stuff on the paint
Comes out of clothing easily
Decent for sniping
1 break in 2000- no sh.it!
Good deal for the money, good for messing around on days the local field isn't open.
Shell is a little thick, occasionally a break in the jugs you get at walmart etc., other than that not much else I can think of.
Very good paintball for the money- wouldn't use it on a field, stay w/ marbilizer for true fields but a great pball for a private field.
Tippmann 98 Custom, with flatline, exp. chamber, starrfire bolt, and drop forward.
Flatline works well, so does stock tippmann if you have to use it.
Cheap, Easy to Find, Thick Shell, Good Fill, Accurate, If you can get into Walmart and buy them fresh off the shelf you can get them in good shape. I just bought 400rds and didn't have one dented ball. You have to try and buy them right when they come in though.
There still not tourney quality paint, but if you want to save some money (we all spend plenty on the sport anyway), good paint just to mess around with.
If you can spare the money to get a case of great paint buy it, I particularly recommend Diablo, only had 1 break in gun or barrel out of about 6000rds I've shot of it. But if you're just looking for a good paint to shoot around with, pick some of this up at Walmart.
They're everywhere. If you dont have enough for a case you can pick these up at Walmart for $15 for 500. They are accurate, they break most of the time, and they fly strait. I've shot about 1000 of these and never busted one in my barrel.
Most people think the price is a good thing, but think about, these paintballs are only a little better than economy grade. If you want 2000 rounds thats $60. You can get alot better than that.
These are good if you only need enough for day of play, but if you have the money buy a case of better paint.