One of our most popular sellers, Competitive Edge is the perfect ball for players on all levels. A same shell, same fill color scheme and a far flying, clearly marking paint makes Competitive Edge a great choice for any player.
The DraXxuS Competitive Edge Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
32* 2003 Expansion Chamber
32* Flame Drop
Madmann Spring Kit
Custom Trigger Job
Clear Dye Stickies
16oz Stubby w\anti siphon
Any large bore barrel
A bit hard shell
Fill isnt so great
Well this is the white box paint at my feild at for practices this really isnt so bad at all. Its better than the Zap paint at another feild I play at. But its cheap 35 a case and great for practices. Would I use it for a tourny? Nah, wouldnt even consider it but for practices its more than fine.
Not nearly the best, has a fairly thin fill, a few dimpled balls but its cheap and great for practices.
Afterburners- I didn't notice much difference between the two.
JT 5.0 stock for now.
Not very consistent.
Easy to wipe
I have used these a couple of times out playing in the woods. They are certainly good enough for recreational play, but I will probably get some Big Ball when I play next. The shells struck me as being rather low quality, and several that I saw were oval in appearance. The paint did break well on targets, but unfortunately didn't leave a real good easy to see marking. It seemed to be mostly water and just sort of made the clothing look dark. Overall they shot pretty well, and locally I can get a box for $37 so the price is right.
For rec ball or out having fun with your friend this is a ecent prouct especially for the price. If you are going to be doing anything else, go with a higher quality paint.
Wgp 03 vert cocker - flame drop - empire on/off - 88ci/4500 stubby - venturi bolt - evil pipe - new adjustable feed neck - kapp reflex trigger frame
Evil pipe - freak system
Not much maybe the price...
Didnt fly well. To soft. Bad form.
The paint was very poor. Some of the balls were not shaped correctly. Most balls did not fly right. When the balls pop they pop in a circle with about a 1 inch diameter and were easily wipeable. They were very soft, they popped in my gun, and in my pods.
I would pay the extra five dollars and get decent paint. This stuff is bad!
Blaze , inferno , dusk, premium ,ect i run a store so i've tired most..
I run a field so about everything
I've been using these through a freak w/ a 691 insert due to swelling in high humidity , i'd figure a 689 to 691 barrel should work the best
Not ultra brittle ( no tourneys for this stuff)
Cheap cheap cheap! My store provides these paintballs to our customers for only $45 a case , huge seller due to low price. We did a youth camp in june , of the 15 cases used in our stock m98s ,we encountered about.......3-4 breaks , which is awesome. Breakage on target is generally good , of course its not ultra brittle , but fill is great , they even have red/red which is a rarity. Out of the 20 or so cases i've used so far ( got 25 more 10ft from me as we speak ) i've encountered 1 bag which was extremely oblong paint ,had to give customer a new bag ,after that there were no complaints.
Great stuff, cheap pricing , IMO better than bigball and midnight ,$5 cheaper too.
i coudln't really tell the difference between the accuracy between the: super swirls and dusks. they were all practically the same except this one is bright orange and has a very thick nice bright fill. they are also bright orange and you can easily see them when u shoot.
in my opinion, they work better than super swirls and dusks. they're also cheaper and brighter. what else do you need?