Dusk- Little Better but more expensive.
Big Ball- Horrible paint for regular hoppers. Doesn't feed
PMI Premiums- Better but like $47 a case
Winchester and Brass Eagle- Horrible
14" 32 degrees nyte stik barrel
16 oz CO2 tank
I was using my stock barrel because thats what i had. It shot great for a stock.
Pretty good seems
None really any i could see
I got these for Christmas. I tried them out with my tippmann 98c that i got that year as a replacement for my Spyder Victor (not very good but never broke). I finally got around to playing about 3 weeks later. It was snowing heavily and had about 3-5 mph wind at times and it performed great. They flew Straight and NO BREAKS which is extremely odd for paintballs not designed for winter well not too odd but not common. I could see when it broke so it was very bright fill. On the snow it looked like and animal died because it was a bright pink that looked lite red from a distance. Anyway these balls performed great for any woodsballer probley not a speedballer.
Get these to try maybe just 500 worked great in tippmann 98c but other than that i dunno. Just try them out you won't be mad. i give it a ten for it's performance even in cold high winds.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, October 12th, 2005 at 5:40 am PST
RPS Super Swirl...EXCELLENT paint for the price
RPS Premiums....Decent but i was somewhat disappointed
Pirahna STS Eforce / J&J Full Tilt Ceramic Barrel / 32 Degrees Xpansion Chamber / Empire Reloader Hopper / 20 oz. CO2
Not sure...they are a little small for my Full Tilt....
Break on impact
EXTREMELY VISIBLE PINK FILL
Pretty small bore size...if you wanna consider that a weakness
I bought 200 just for rec use and I was rather impressed...wasn't expecting the quality of these paintballs. Not sure if I'd recommend for game use..but then again the pink fill is INSANELY visible....nearly impossible to wipe if someone decides to be a cheater...thats a plus. Not overly accurate but it'll do. Good ball for the price...readily available at your local Wal Mart : )
PMI Premium- A little better
Marballizers- About the same
Blue Streak- Worst paint ever
Heavy Metal- Second worst paint ever
Super Swirl- Not as good
Spyder Victor II
Extreme Rage 200 Round Gravity fed Hopper
Pure Energy 20 oz tank
Made by DraXxus
Accuracy is pretty good
Don't feed as well
I am truly amazed. I bought this paint just to test so that I would know if I could buy great paint for a cheap price. I have to search no more.
The only real reason that I even looked at this paint was because it was made by DraXxus.
FILL- the fill is bright pink. You would have to color-clind not to see it. The thickness of it is really good, although it isn't as thick as any RPS paintball. The thing I don't like about the fill is that there is only one color= pink.
SHELL- I didn't actually get the chance to shoot anybody with one, so I don't know if there is a bounce problem or not. The shells appear to be hard and I don't have any trouble with barrel breaks.
Accuracy- This paint does have big seams, but it flies fairly straight (not as much as PMI Premium, which shoots best in my Spyder). It has pretty good grouping, but I don't think that is is tourney paint by any means.
As I said, it is not at all tourney paint, but it is EXTREMELY GOOD practice or rec ball paint. I would gladly buy a case for $40. I will give it a 9 because I don't think that anything is absolutely perfect.
Black to blue fade Proto Matrix
CP roller trigger
er...i had a 14'' knockout and it worked fine with it.
The batches i had they were really brittle and i had a few breaks.
I used to buy these at wal-mart every time i played. Until i found draxxus competitive edge and blaze. These paintballs are good for the price, ive never had a HUGE problem with them. You get what you pay for. I would just spend alittle more money and get draxxus.
Good paint for the price. If you play rec ball and such, go with this paint. If your serious, look into better paint.
Im new to the game so the only other paint I ever used was heavy metal and thats garbage.
I have a traid marker with a quantum hopper with a 9 oz co2 and a stock barrel.
None ever popped in my barrel or hopper and none had dimples.And cheap!!!!
A little curve but all paintballs curve, other than that none.
My friends and I play alot mostly in the woods and most of us are pretty new to the game except one kid who plays alot and he buys expensive paint. I took some of his paint and threw it at rock and it popped very easily so i threw some scorch ball with the same force and none popped. The scorch ball 500 @ 10$ held it own against balls 500 for$30.
El tigre, super swirl, marbleizer better.
wild streak, big ball about the same
smaller dia, these balls roll easily out of my barrel
-Thick bright fill
-Bounce like rubber balls
I used these balls in my last game along with the superswirls both from walmart. After the game my opponent asked me if i was shooting rubber balls b/c several bounced off his chest from less then 30yds. The accuracy is about that of rps big ball. they're good when you hav to shoot through leaves and playing woods ball
The $5 extra i spent on the superswirls was well worth it.
Wal-mart.Alast resort for paintballs.Ever since i brought wild streak paintballs i thought i'll never buy paint there again.I went to buy 12gram form my gun and i need it paint. I only had enough for one 200 round pack so i got these , nice shell always break on target, not in barel. They have a 1500 round "tackle box" for only 35$ and thats cheap.
Thight budget? Don't want to spend all your money? This is for you.
Worr - tried all 3 kinds (Competition Domination, Perfection, i think). They were good at first but the last cases were brittle.
PMI/RPS Super Swirl - good shell but thin fill.
PMI/RPS Big Ball - dimples easy but a good batch is good paint.
PMI/RPS Premium - same as Super Swirl.
(?) - white box w/ a shipping label that said "Compsomething." Good rec paint if used right away.
Diablo Dusk - shells too hard, bore too small.
ASP qev kit
Hybrid MSD & Grind
CIP Sure Fit
Z-Boarded VL Egg II
Any .689 bore.
Price is ok.
Fill is thick enough for recball.
Breaks on impact, not in gun.
Eh, could be a couple bucks cheaper. Found it at Walmart.
Got a 1,000 just to try them out. Worked very well. Breaks on contact, easily visible fill (mine was bright orange, couldn't miss it), no breaks at all out of that 1,000.
The day i used em was pretty hot, upper 90s to triple digits, low humidity. The paint never swelled or deformed. Pretty good for $10.88 for every 500. Too bad WallyMart didn't have a case of 2,000, could've saved me a couple bucks.
Been looking for some regular paint that's within my budget, easy to obtain & not crappy. FINALLY found some & it's usually in stock, moreso than the PMI/RPS paints.
Great Looking Paint, Tough shell but breaks every time, Cheap
None that I can see.
I bought this from Walmart friday, before I bought it they allowed me to inspect the paint inside the box of 1000. As I inspected it, it reminded me a lot of Draxxus's paint. Tough shell, won't break in your gun, and always broke on my target. Each ball felt smooth, although the seam was slightly imperfect. I could sortof feel a crease. But then again, these arn't exactly RPS - AllStars.
I had very decent accuracy and I actually had someone compliment me on my shooting. There was the occasional winger, but I expected that. It really was no problem to me. I just wouldn't use these in an important big game where every shot counts and could win the game.
If you play recreational games, wanna shoot off a few rounds, or a winger here and there just doesn't bother you, get these. Don't waste your money on more expensive paint.
These balls are also the perfect size for a flatline barrel and work great in one.
Breaks On Target, Not In Barrel: 10/10
Update To Come Soon, Exact Measurements taken and etc.
Have a Flatline barrel and hate worrying about what paint works in it, and you don't want to spend $30 for 1000 rounds that you are just going to use for rec play, BUY THESE.
They work great for everyday use.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2005 at 10:46 am PST
I was looking for some cheap paint that shot well and I found it in these. These shoot as well as any other paintballs I've shot. I havn't had a single chop with them and they don't have any dimples either. I havn't found a single weakness with these.
I am giving them a 10 because there is nothing wrong with them and they are very cheap.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, August 4th, 2005 at 5:22 pm PST