I've used Brass Eagle Paintballs, as well as Viper Venom paintballs. Needless to say, both are better than Nelson Hot Spot paintballs.
Spyder Shutter w/ ESP frame, 12" OTP barrel and a 12v revvy. 12 ounce CO2. Screw on elbow.
any, i guess. The one i use is a 12" OTP barrel, and it works just fine.
The good thing about Nelson Hot Spot Paintballs is that they have a very low breakage level. I haven't broke one yet (I've shot about 1000 now). They are also very accurate. They brake well. That's about it.
The Paintballs have a very thin fill, and dont show up well (this goes for the purple ones w/ the blue fill). The range on these paintballs sucks badly. You have to aim up to shoot farther than 100 ft, so accuracy is pretty useless in a grove. I guess this doesnt matter if you play in a speedball field, but if you play in open fields or groves, they suck.
It is good paint that costs very little. I, myself, would only use it to practice with, or to shoot in a speedball field. I would recommend something like Brass Eagle or Viper Venom, you know something w/ range.
Mostly Nelson and RPS paints. I've used many, many paints over the years, those are the ones in this category.
Free Flow Cocker, Blue/chrome set up. 2 boomsticks 12" (.684 and .690) 68 Mac Dev, Chrome 45 frame with Roller Sear, Shocktech Bolt, 12v revy w/ x-board and JMJ vortex impeller
both my boomsticks work incredibly well with this. I haven't used it enough to actually say which bore size is better.
paint seemed heavy and shot far. Wasn't too brittle, but it broke every time for me, but I haven't used it enough for any real problems to occur. My Free Flow works great with this. I noticed this paint was really accurate with my .684 and I was picking off people all day. My store owner just got some in and gave me a great price to try it, I was happy.
paint came in two 1000 bags making loading a pain in the ass. I did spill a few balls at first before I hand loaded the paint. Also, I found one ball in the bag broken. I know this is can be normal, but it counts against the score.
Great paint, nice and heavy so it flys far. Really accurate with my .684 boomy, but it could get more with a better bore size. Get a freak set on these bad boys and find out. I would really reccommend you try them out if you have a choice. I like Anarchy better, but these were a great change. And a great price. If you don't mind the pain in the ass loading, they are a great deal. I gave them a 9 because of some minor blemishes. Nothing is perfect.