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Number of Reviews: 46
Average Rating: 7.4 / 10
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Elite Friday, July 19th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
JT Carnivore, Number 1 , Marbs
Marker Setup: Spyder Elite w/ WGP Reg, WGP 12", and C02
Recommended
Barrels:
WGP 12", Smart Parts Teardrop, Autococker stock
Strengths: Great balls, best I have ever used. I would recommend these to anyone especially people with Autocockers and/or WGP Barrels. The balls are nice and hard, the paint is hard to wipe off ur foes, and the balls are in consistent shape/form. The balls come in a plastic bag with a tie string which is really great because you don't have to mess with ripping open a bag. Additionally, don't expect to have any breaks, I didn't.

Oh yeah, and I only paid like $47.95 for them at my local shop (usually a rip off)
Weaknesses: Didn't really find anything wrong with the balls.
Conclusion: Great balls, don't worry about breaking any balls with these, they are hard to avoid barrel breakage but still break on people. Hope everyone can be as happy as I was with these balls at their reasonable price.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Awhislyle Monday, July 1st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Kickn premium , kickn rec, marbs, diablo blaze, super swils , maxim, pretty much all the paint tere is
Marker Setup: spyder e9 soon to be a custom cocker
Recommended
Barrels:
CP barrel worked best teardrop was ok and dye aluminum was a lil better than teardrop
Strengths: Was pretty accurate and its better than the other paint my field has for same price(dunno the name) I saw they had this and competition was 10$ less but i decided might as well buy the higher quality ones didnt get any bounces that i know of was a I think the box looks pretty cool
Weaknesses: was a bit brittle i did break a few in a pod from some slides and jumps guess i didnt oack enough in em but that has happened with otther paint before

they wouldnt let me pic the color f it i got i guess they didnt want to check
Conclusion: This is a pretty good paint breaks o what you shoot it workd o.k. with my high pressue spyder but with a lower pressure gun it would probably work better
Rating:
9 out of 10
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RySter28 Thursday, June 20th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
RPS Products, They also simbilize Diablo Midnights b/c of the brittleness!
Recommended
Barrels:
Freak or a Boomstick! If you dont have one get one!
Strengths: They break on everything you shoot!
They are brittle can be good in Speedball but not in woods!
They were bright green!
Thick fill coulnt reely wipe em
Weaknesses: To brittle for Rec Ball or in the woods!
If you play woods dont buy these you will waist your money!
Somewhat accurate but not what i expected!
They curved once in a while!

Conclusion: These are quality paintball for the money, i got them for about 43 bucks not to bad they treated me pretty well. I didnt break anything out of 2000. I gave em a 7 b/c there intermediate paint, if they didnt curve and were a little more accuate and wernt so brittle i would give em a 10(but brittle can be good in some ways).
Rating:
7 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 1:35 am PST
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Ridge Boy Friday, June 14th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
I've used pretty much every paint out there. It compares to RPS Advantage paint but without all the bounces.
Marker Setup: HPS Performance E-warp Side feed 98 w/LAPCO Bigshot, Torpedo reg., & 88cu.in. 4500
Recommended
Barrels:
Any between the sizes of .687-.690
Strengths: Let me say first, that the boxes don't look as cheap as they do in the adds. High gloss with a little Bud Orr history written on the side. There are even months printed on the side for field owners to circle, so their customers will know how fresh it is(if they'll use it).
Now as for the paint it's self, it was very nice and round with very little seam. It looked like the Advantage paints but with out the dry shell. The two colors I've used have been Black/Green-Green fill & Blue/White-white fill. Both performed flawless. The green fill was very bright & marked really well, almost neon. The white fill was a little watery. Pretty much the same thickness as Blaze white fill or PMI 's white fill. Nothing fancy but it gets the job done. As for accuracy, it was one of the best, if not THE BEST paint I've ever shot. The paint was shooting dead on. I was using a Bigshot at the time. I haven't had a chance to test it with other barrels.
As for bore size, the Blk/Gr was perfect for the Bigshot(.689), but the Blu/white was a little small(around .687). But like I said, they both shot great.
Weaknesses: The only thing I don't like is that they use twist ties for the bags. I like paint to be sealed so it'll stay fresh longer.
Conclusion: It's hands down one of the best Premium paints on the market. Of course it should be if Bud Orr has anything to do with it. Best of all, the price is just right($45-$50). I suggest you give it a try if you haven't yet. Now I can't wait till the other two WORR Paints come out... They're going to be awsome!
Rating:
10 out of 10
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RabidMonkey Friday, June 7th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
RPS/PMI Premium, Marbs, All-Star, Lighting, Flash, Zap, Team Colors, Diablo Blaze,
Marker Setup: AKA Excalibur
12" BOA barrel
68ci 45000psi Blue Reg Crossfire
Recommended
Barrels:
I used my larger bore BOA barrel .692 although a .690 would be perfect.
Strengths: I used the Black Shell Green Fill paint from batch 10076. I am very impressed with these balls for the price ($41 on an online store). The balls were round, and the seams were about normal. They shot really well, and were very consistent shot to shot. What I especially liked is the shell of these balls. They were the perfect ratio of brittle/hard. The shell was hard enough not to break in the gun, but easily broke on everything it hit. The color of the green fill was great, it was a bright fluorescent green that almost looked phosphorescent up close.
Weaknesses: The only thing lacking in this paint was that the fill was on the thin side. It made a nice mark, but I could wipe it off rather easy.
Conclusion: This is a great paint. I could not give it a 10 because of the thin fill. What I liked the most was the shell. It was the perfect amount of brittleness. Also as a personal preference, I really like to use black shelled paints. It makes it harder for the opposition to see the balls flying at you, especially at hyper ball fields because of the predominant color of black. Also I noticed while shooting at trees in my back yard, that at least half of the fragmented shell would stay on the breaks. I am not sure if it is the same on people because I did not get the luxury to inspect them.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Intonjutsu Tuesday, June 4th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Diablo, Anarchy, Zap
Marker Setup: Spyder TL, with Unique PB Stock, and Armson Laser Sight
Recommended
Barrels:
Any that are easy to clean, flat liners need not apply
Strengths: Very Brittle, almost every shot broke
Pretty accurate
and pretty cheap, I got a case for about $38, and split it with a friend
If you have a WGP sponsership now you can get free paint =)
Weaknesses: Too brittle, it broke on EVERYTHING, we were playing in woods ball, and I would much rather have a tuble weed as cover than a wooden bunker because it would break on the leaves and branches of the plant. My 12v Revvie was also rough on it, and if I was not gentle, it sometimes broke going into my pods.

Fill was really lack luster, mine was blue shell with a lame white fill that was more of an off grey.
Conclusion: If you are playing speed ball, I think this is a great product, you will get almost no bounces off of your competition, however, for rec ball, this was just awful, I had to pretty much bunker, just so my shots wouldn't explode on leaves and other "soft" cover.

Yeah ok it was prety good stuff, I can't buy hellfire's because I'm too poor, (donations are welcome) but at the store where I got my worr paint, I can also buy Midnights for two bucks more ($40), and those I think are better suited for woods play, while at the same time more eccurate than the WoRR.

So if you can't find great prices on diablo's like me, then this stuff is great, just too darn brittle.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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