99 Rainmaker - Serial #6169
Tlaloc chip (Totally adjustable chip for the stock board, Modes, ROF, dwell are all programmable.)
Gutted and capped Reg housing,
Automag 15* asa
Rainman229 Mac Mount
Mad Marty Trigger kit.
20 OZ co2 with anti Siphon. (Yes it works perfect with an anti siphon tank)
Dust Grey Nasty Impulse #000403 (Vision)
Flame drop with cp on/off
Check it clamping feedneck.
CP Roller Trigger
Matching 14" freak
Medium thickness shell (not think enough so it doesnt break on target, but think enough that it wont break on brush)
Very cheap (34.99 for 1500 at walmart with a carry case.
Very few if any balls are mis-shapen.
I really cant think of any weaknesses with this paint. It flys straight, leaves a great mark so you can definatly tell if you tagged the target. And above all is cheap enough to not feel bad when laying down lots and lots of cover.
Get this paint if your rec balling with your buddies or if the field happens to have it. You wont regret it.
I give it a 9 because no product is perfect.
I'll soon get an A-5 with: Flatline Barrel system, Spec Ops stock, and a remote
Any, except flatlines, which I am unsure about
Only good Wal Mart Paint
Not the best paint, obviously
Has a bit of wobble
I tried tjis paint out at Camp Pendleton with my friend's 98, and I was suprised at how well it worked. For $20, at Wal-mart, you get a box of 1000 Scorch paintballs that shoot really well. They shot straight, with only a centimeter or so of wobble, and shot far. They are medium bore, so they will fit most barrels exceptionally well. When it splatters, ypu can see the pink mark really well. Everyone knows who hit them with this paint. It is decent and good for cheap target practice.
It is good Rec-balling paint, or an alternate priorit paint if wal mart has a sale, or if you are desperarte. 9-because I haven't tried it with any other gun. I will update though/
Gameface makes some other paintballs, sun something... The're in a yellow box. The're nicer for me because they have a smaller bore.
Tippmann 98 Custom
J&J Ceramic 12'' barrel.
Not a J&J Ceramic 12''
Er... the're cheap.
Too big of a bore for my barrel.
I used to get this paint all the time. The're good because the're cheap. Definitally not pro, but definitally not like what Brass eagle gives out.
My friend has a J&J ceramic 16'' and they seem to fit his fine, but my 12'' J&J ceramic doesn't work well with scorch paint. I don't get it either =\
The're a bit hard and won't break unless you're a bit close. So I don't recommend if you'll be doing long-range woodball shooting.
They aren't terribly crappy +5
They are cheap +3
Little too big for my barrel +0 (I can't take any away for it, it is my barrel's fault)
Don't like breaking -1
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, November 26th, 2005 at 6:16 pm PST
Black Smart Parts Ion
Pure Energy 72 cu 3000 psi HPA
Breaks on target
I have used Scorch for a while now. This worked fantasticly with my old Spyder TL-X, which had a J&J Ceramic. It never chopped or broke in the barrel, but it would always break on target. The fill is easily visible from quite a distance, and it is nice and thick. Scorch is always round and flies very straight towards the target. It even worked great in the stock Ion barrel. It is very cheap at Wal-Mart, about $40 per 2000 (without the big box thing).
This is a great product that will never let you down. It's a great buy.
I really liked these paintballs, considered they can be bought at wally world for cheap. They worked great and I never had any major problems. After using about 3000 I havent had one ball break in the barrel. great for woods ball games. They work great and break on target . A great buy.
These paintballs are great and are cheap. A very good buy.
I have a Spyder Imagine 04, 14 inch Teardrop Barrel, 32 degrees expansion chamber, gravity fed hopper, 20oz CO2 tank.
The Teardrop works pretty good.
Almost always break, very bright fill, good shell, and shoots straight.
Once in awhile they won't break on your opponent, but that is very rare.
I think these are very good paintballs. Like I mentioned above they have a really bright fill, and a hard shell which helps it shoot straight. Plus they last a long time. If you're like me and don't play every weekend you won't have to worry about them getting old. I've used these with my stock barrel and they performed very well. Then I tried them in my Teardrop barrel and they did even better. I'm really impressed with these paintballs. And for only $20 for 1000 you can't beat the price either. I've been using these paintballs for about a year and a half and the only breaks I've had have been my own fault.
Usually breaks on contact
Easy to see paint
I have'nt had a problem with them yet. Shoot pretty strait. They chop on really bad days but most paint does that sometimes. My friends and I use them most of the time. There hard to wipe but that can be a good them. Don't waste your time using bad paint use this if you can.
04 Autococker ProStock
48/3000 PMI Pure Energy N2 Tank
12v Revolution Hopper
Get a barrel kit then you always have the right bore size
This is a great overall paint for anyone from beginners to tournament level. Shoots straight and accurate. Thick Fill. Hard Shell. Almost no bounces and its inexpensive. For it's price this is the best paint you can get. Now all you have to do is go to a local paintball shop and buy some scorch paintballs.
Red shell may make nonpaintball people think it's filled with red and simulates blood.
I have used these many a time and they are a very good paint. The shell is absolutely the best rigid but breaks on target 100% of the time and never chopped ever. I shot this stuff out of my old stock Tippy98 and had 0 out of 1500 break. The case that they come in has been my marker case for three years now and with some padding is acutally nice and is lockable so you can keep people out of it and lock up your gun and wallet and what not.
Fill is comparable to marbs! I kid you not it is like real paint none of this water and food coloring bogus stuff you see all over and it is impossible to wipe.
I have used DBX Practice Grade Paintballs and comparing both of them, Scorch is really good for people who wants good price and good quality. Of course i started with this type of brands 2yrs ago ( I still use Scorch and other better brands of course)
I started using a Spyder Victor ll and some other semi-auto Spyders
Anything exept stock
Its really Good for Price and Quality (better accuracy comparing other cheap pb's)
This Paintballs won't curve as much as other brands comparing DBX Practice grade and i would recommend them to all those guys who uses lots of paint and to all of those who are looking for price and quality.
I have Started To use these Paintballs when i was a newbie and i happen to find Scorch then i started testing then and comparing then with others and these really got my attn when i saw that they didnt curve as much as the other ones
These are not the best of *course* but they are really good for accuracy price and quality, this will do the right job for the right target. (your friends)