procarbine, vertical adaptor, titanium hammer, 14" poison arow (smoother than glass), 68ci 3000psi crossfire, aluminum grip frame, dye stickies, and the most interesting thing is I have made it a pneumaticly controlled gun by riging a pneumatic ram to the linkage arm and doing away with the spring and useing various parts to control it
none, seriously the only way they left my barel in one piece was without one
None. Mabe they would be cheap if they werent cr*p.
Already broken. Shells are thin. Uneven. Fill sucks. Dimples. All different calibers.
Ive never experienced crap* like this... Used them for test balls and well all they did was break. Or at leased 2 out of 5 did... I think the reason is because the shell on these balls have random paper thin spots. Evident because u can see the fill through the shell. It also confused my friends A.C.E. On his pirahna EVO. This stuff performs worse than zap rec, and zap rec is god-awful stuff.
Dont get it... Unless u enjoy swabing and cleaning endlessly. I would kill myself if I had to play with these things and dident have any access to anything better
Soon to be Odyssey Torid X, Freak Jr 14", 47 cu/300psi, Black Halo B, APM T.E.S. Bolt.
Will not break in cold
Hard to see
I'm just going to say straight out, don't buy these paintballs. They suck. Just go to you local store and buy comp edge or somthing. They are hard, never break in the cold, break in your barrel. They dont dont break when you drop them on the ground, or when you squeeze them (unless you squeeze really hard)
Good cheap paint. My brother (Spyder) only broke 1 ball out of 1500 rounds in his box. Accuracy is pretty ok. Hurt pretty bad at close range. Break on contact with ease. Doesn't taste too bad in the mouth! I save the balls that don't break on me and reuse them, no breaks in my barrel. Believe it or not, I have NEVER had a break in my 98C.
Rating changed. Garbage through my Vision Impulse. Bad accurracy. Changes shape in the air like jello. Don't buy.
I would give it a 10, but the dimples...Overall, people have come up to my brother and asked them "What kind of paint are you shooting!" and "Where do you buy that stuff, I want some!". This is no joke! I am serious, people like it because it "breaks nice".
5 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 2nd, 2005 at 12:42 pm PST
Thies are crap. I went out to the store to get some so i thout i would try theis out. When I went paintballing the next weekend they sucked. They breaked everytime. I just use them for target practice now. If your shootin at someone you would probly hit his buddy 50 feet from him. I would not recomend thies to ne one they are crap. They dont hurt ne ways. So buy differnt ones b/c thies arnt worth anything.
03 vert cocker blue
Custom Products reg
Upgraded Spyder Imagine...dont feel like listing
barrels with .689 or above
break on target
dont hurt too bad
They only come in pink and yellow???
first of all i dont know what all of you people are talking about! These paintballs are great. I usually am not a fan of jt except for their gloves and tank covers. i used these at a practice one time and they were great. i could easily see that i hit somebody or got hit myself. they also didnt hurt at all and they broke easily on target. I didnt experience any curves at all. The only problem was that they are a little big so i could not use the stock barrel on my cocker.my fault for not having a barrel kit!
great paintballs, cheap, good fill, accurate..Buy them
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 22nd, 2004 at 7:40 pm PST
Blue streak paintballs(much better than jt elite paintballs)
Spyder E-99, Automatic and sometimes Semi-Auto (depends on what i set it for)
None at all!!!!!!!
Lumpy, break in barrel, and curve in air
Cheap, but very POOR in quality. They almost always break in barrel, even if on semi-auto. IF it makes it out of the barrel they will curve far to a side. You will have 50%+ break in your gun. They and all lumpy too. They have big bumps in them. DO NOT BUY!!!!!!!!!!!! I tried theese on several guns like the Spyder X-TRA, Tipman 98 Custom, and Tipman A-5
Don't buy. Theese are terrible. You can never hit any1. They ALWAYS CURVE FAR and almost always break in your barrel. I tried theese on several guns.
Tippmann 98 Custom
GTA Expansion Chamber
GTA Double Trigger
Dead On ProStyle Drop Forward
bright fill, accurate, CHEAP
fill in the yellow ones is a little watery, only two colors- yellow and pink
the pink ones are great. i've shot four cases of them and have only broken one. they are great paintballs for the price and are extremely accurate. sure marbilizers or superswirls are better, but who wants to pay $80 for paint. i know i dont. at $40 for 2000 paintballs, these are great, but a word of warning, DON'T BUY THE YELLOW ONES!!! they suck. they are about as good as brass eagle paint. i dont know why they are different from the pink ones but they are. the shell is soft and squishy and the fill is extremely watery. I bought a case of these one time and broke about 90% of them. This is no exaguration. DON'T BUY THE YELLOW ONES! But if you happen to come across some pink ones, stock up. you won't be dissapointed.
i reccomend these to anyone who plays, i know that i will use these for the rest of the time that i play paintball. they are great.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2004 at 11:04 am PST
the balls realy dont break they just kind of melt. i tried droping one threw my barrel and paint came out. i stuck my squegie threw my barrel and the ball came out. part of the ball melted in the barrel and when i got the ball out it was smaller. i also got shot with them a few times and it just left a skid mark on my camo shirt. that was different. i bought the cheap and i thought they would be good because they were jt. i was wrong.
do not buy.
pmi balls are better
1 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 8th, 2004 at 10:11 am PST
Tippmann 98 Custom
14" J&J Ceramic Barrel
BSA Red Dot Scope
PMI Remote Line
Pink ones shoot fine
Yellow ones ALWAYS BREAK!
I've had different results with the two different colors, so I'll do a review for both. Pink:
These are OK paintballs. There pretty cheap and they work well enough. They do break in the barrel occasionally but theyre easy to clean and I buy these from my local field. Average Paintballs that do what theyre supposed to.
Fill spread: medium-good
Fill thickness: medium
Breakage: Medium 6 out of 10
I've never seen anyone have any luck with these. When I myself shot these, at least 90% of my balls broke. YES, I did say 90%. Im really not sure why theyre different from the pink ones, I heard it has something to do with the production of the yellow color or something. Anyways, Whenever I buy Elites from my field I ask for the pink ones, and if you get these, I reccomend you do too.
Fill spread: Medium-Good
Fill thickness: Medium
Accuracy: Can't say
Breakage: HORRIBLE, they always break in the barrel! 1 out of 10
Pink: If you want some nice, cheap, rec/practice paint, get these.
Yellow: No matter what you do dont buy these!
I give the pink a 6, but listen, dont buy yellows!
6 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 7th, 2004 at 10:31 am PST