Ok today me and my dad along with 6 other people decided to play paintball well i only had about 800 monster balls left. My friend had a new case of paint and he had these paintballs to and he gave them to me so i put them in my hopper and shot a couple then one busted in the barrel so i cleaned it and shot some more then the same thing happened. my dad put shot some of them and he cocked his gun and made sure they were in the gun all the way so he wouldn't chop any then he shot and it busted before it even hit the barrel and ruined his gun it wouldn't even shot so i had to take apart his gun and clean the entire gun out before it would shoot again.
Don't by these unless you have a huge bore on your barrel.
These shot very well for me. I was impressed big time with the fill. It was literally gel inside. No it was not frozen. It was GEL. It actually seemed like it had some grit to it as well. Brittle shell just like Premium. Shot straight. compareable to Evil. I am and was very impressed. Now I only bought 500 balls for $15 so I don't know if there is better deals out there on it. It would average $60 a case. compareable to premium or evil. If you can get it any cheaper this could be the paint to buy. I bought the black glitter balls to test my eyes in my Angel and it worked just fine. I think it would be even better to have the fill with glitter in it, so you really know when someone wipes!!! None the less, I consider this one of the best out there. Check it out if you get the chance.- by the way, as good as this shot for me, I think this had been sitting on the shelf for a long time. That may tell you a lot about its shelf life.
I would recommend these if you decide these would be suitable for your needs,or if you get a different color.
Spyder Rodeo (green)
LED esp trigger frame
20 oz. co2
They r pretty
they arent round
thay STANK like a mutha
they are very oily
I got a 200 pod thing of these ballz lol and i opened them and almost fell over, thay realy stink. but the batch i got not a one of them was round. They shot pretty well tho. And they are like all metalic and stuf and blue so it looks awesome and the fill is real thick.
I would probly get these again for rec play and backyard but overall they are pretty good.
2004 e2 cocker with full freak, hybrid adjustable dent and orange bolt
none use a sling shot
I have a full freak kit and matched the paintballs and choped every other ball
I got this paint from badlands for 30 dollers thought it was good but i was wrong. dont waste money especially if u want to play or if u dont have a squeegee. if u have a sling shot on the other hand then shoot away but other wise.... sry to say but im disapointed in zap
What do u exspect for cheap this paint is below average
SL 68 II w/ a 12 oz. and 7 oz. tank and a 4X15 rifle scope, stock everything.
Might work well with flatline or apex
Dimples, fill, accuracy.
Interesting paint that goes for the strategy of dimpling for accuracy rather than a shiny or dull surface. In my experience with the stock barrel the dimples didn't make a difference, though i would assume they would be good for a flatline or apex that use spin (like a golf ball of a driver).
The micro-dimples may be good or bad, but they seem to just be more of an extreme matte finish rather than precisely engineered golf ball dimples. 8/10 for quality but dimples are disappointing.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 28th, 2008 at 4:19 pm PST
14 inch Teardrop
I like the colors
A little oily
Some barrel breaks
These are very accurate in my gun. I also really like how thick the fill is. When it hits something you can definatly see it there is so much. They are a little hard to get out when you chop but its not much worse than other paintballs. They are also a little bit oily. And they smell horrible! but that doesnt really matter. I experienced some barrel breaks though, and the fill is so nice and thick your screwed when it busts in the barrel.
Great. Accurate, but breaks in gun kinda easy.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, August 10th, 2005 at 7:59 pm PST
These were pretty accurate. Nice fill and hard to wipe. The fill looks almost identical to the Scorch fill if you get pink. They are a nice paintball to play some rec ball with but not tournament grade. They aren't too expensive, but when I cracked the seal on these things they about knocked me out : ) ... Overall it's a good paintball.
Overall I thought this was a pretty good paint, shot about the same as scorch paint and they were a little cheaper so I shoot those.
zap, super swirls, dbx, afterburners, bluestreak, etc
3a 12" 2 piece barrel
bottomline gas through
my 3A barrel from ebay worked well with these
Check out my review
Check out my review
dimples helped accuracy very well
thick fill impossible to wipe
no ball breaks in my barrel
ball could sometimes have an irratic curve(1 in every 50)
Overall this balls preformance was good for the price. These balls are hard to find in my area but are worth picking up some if you see some.
These balls were very good for rec ball but not quite tournament grade i give it an 8
Nothing similar, i did use my friend's brass eagle paintballs, they were too soft, they break if you just drop them on the floor.
-Brass Eagle Stingray II Ice with non stock detent ball, 200 rnd viewloader hopper, 14oz Brass eagle STEEL tank -_-
i used the stock on the stingray.
-Very firm, not extremely hard but not too soft, just right.
Didnt find any when i tested them.
These paintballs were the only ones that i had enough money for, i looked for a bottle with a decent price but with quality (based on looks, i didnt get any sealed boxes because i didnt want any broken balls) i found those and since there was a bottle open already, i took one out and inspected it, gave it a light squeeze, didnt look like there were dimples on any of them so they seemed pretty good. So i got mine for 400 for $15 (didnt seem that expensive to me, but then again, it was expensive because my gun costed me only $25 lol)
I went to the woods and fired off about 150 rounds, no chops or anything, they seemed to hit what i wanted them to hit.
Overall ill give it a 9, because i doubt these are perfect, but high enough quality for most guns. Also, dont buy the black fill ones, they're useless unless you want them to just look cool. When i bought them i knew that they wouldnt show up on camo if they hit, but since i knew i wasnt going paintball anytime soon, i used them for backyard shooting.
I probably would buy this again if i had more of an expensive gun, ill probably stick to something even cheaper next time/
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Spyder E-99 Avant, 14in PMI Razzor Barrel, Vl Quantum, and 20oz co2
Accurate, nice look, and nice fill
Bounce, breaks, and only come in 400 and 800 packs
I bought these at Dick's Sporting Goods. I thought these were ok. The dimples helped me for accuracy. I would still save your money for different paintballs. These didn't work for me. All they did for me was give me a little more accuracy not that much. Save your money and maybe buy Marballizer or Dusk, these will help you out more.
Save your money. Don't buy these. 5/10
5 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 1st, 2005 at 6:24 pm PST