I bought these to work in my reg and practise snapshooting, and wow these things are great, i'm allowed to use them in the house cause they dont leave splatter everywhere, only thing I've found is that they sometime bounce off the target, not sure if it was the angle i was at but now i'm down a couple balls, also I dont know if anyone else has had this, but I seem to get a few jams with these, I just used my gravity loader.
These things are great for the price, they can be used in a house without too much complaints, and new balls are cheap too, if you loose them like i do. I give it a 9 cause of the bounce that occurs rarely
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, March 6th, 2008 at 6:44 pm PST
Mine were not made well fell apart
not 689 caliber
I bought these thinking i could save money. I used them and ill agree worked great out of the package. After shooting a couple times they began to fall apart. only a few. well i went to my local field were a ref. it was slow day so we shoot the ball at the target. the owner get out his freak kit and the ball just drop through his .687 bore!!!
Besides the few that fell apart and the bore problems this is a good sheap product. It just might have been one of those monday batches.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, June 14th, 2007 at 9:05 pm PST
2005 Smart Parts Nerve
NDZ roller blade trigger
NDZ ported manifold
NDZ vented backplate
NDZ equalizer pro bolt
NDZ ball detents
Hybrid lady grips
Full Freak Kit
Blue Diamond Empire Reloader B
2005 Smart Parts Ion
NDZ roller blade trigger
Smart Parts on/off
Smart Parts Pro Touch Grips
Price, how they work
Don't look for any other practice ball. You need to get reballs. They are everything one can ask for. They are practice balls (reusable.) They stick to the target every single time. They fly straight, and they act just like an actual paintball. Not to mention that they clean the dirt and debris out of your barrel. These are the practice balls to get.
Buy these, they fly nice and straight, and anybody can afford them.
I got this of of Spec Ops Paintball and they were cheap for $26. . I felt like I was loading cotton balls in my Revvy, but thy shot straight. They were accurate and stuck to the target.
They did however, get jammed in the feed neck and when your low on gas, they do not shoot very far. However this could be becasue I use CO2. Also, the velcro starts to peel off (or because I dropped some on concrete a few times and my ACS might not have detected it).
Update: At my local field, I found out that I had been shooting 250 fps with my Vballs. Also, I found out that CO2 probably caused velocity spikes when I was shooting with them and that when you're low on gas, you do lose velecity with CO2. Once I got a full tank of gas and cranked up the velocity to 285 fps, the Vballs shot wonderfully and did not drop in the air.
I reccomenmd this product to anyone who is low on cash and does not want to spend money on real paintballs or needs to practice.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 5th, 2007 at 3:35 pm PST
ok i got these to use in my q loader so i wouldnt waste a bunch of paintballs. then i realized they are too small to fit in a qloader. and so i had to use a normal hopper. they jam in my normal hopper bout every 5 balls. Some balls would bounce off the target. but that might be because i have my gun rigged to shoot way to hard. : )
they shoot decent. i wouldnt say as good as normal paintballs though. but they shoot good enough. they arent too hard to find in the grass.
I give this product a 7 because they jam which is a hassle. They cost $40 too. And they dont shoot as good as normal paintballs.
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Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
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tippmann 98 custom
20 oz co2 tank
200 round gravity feed hopper
Sticks to target
Cling together and dont feed fast
Easy to lose
I bought these to work on my aim but it doesnt do anything when you shoot them the go everywhere and sometimes dont even come out
you have to shake yoour gun once and a while to get them to start feeding again
take alot of air when shooting fall out the barrel and shot more than one at a time
Dont buy these they sound good but they suck you have to shake ur gun every few minutes so they start feeding again
Ion,evo 3, 68/4500 tank, freak barrel,bullet drop forward,cp blade trigger,firebolt,virtue board/virtue membrane,feedneck
soon stifi front
Stick to the velcro target
Dont jam hoppers
Not here =p
weaknesses- fuzzy stuff peels off easy, bounce if you fire more than you should at the target, plastic on the inside is hard and breaks on a hot gun, have to turn your gun down because they fire hot, small bore size
I got these for my tippman 98 when i had it. They worked really good for a while but there was a problem, the floor of our basement is red the color of 50% of the balls. so i ended up loosing about half of them. When i set up the target i put it inside a cardboard box because it would be strong enough to stop a plastic ball. Wrong, it blew straight through. So i set up a stronger plastic box about 1/4 inch thick, 1in. hole straight through. So i set up a blanket and shot htat with a bin underneath, worked great. Also i took these outside to test and i ended up loosing alot of the green ones (duh) The range was terrible for them about 25-35 ft. THen they would fall out of the sky. and to get 35 ft you had to angle it pretty high. to prove how hard they are i my dad shot one at his car at like 30ft and it dentred the car pretty noticably. I am at 7 of these fuzzy balls now because i lost so many.
I would recomend these if your on a budget (reballs=better investment)Liek shooting fuzzy balls at things or get bored.
Way to small, its at the most 60 caliber. random flight paths and redcuced range...
eh a paintball shoots much better. its fun tho, u don't waste paint sharpenign up ur skills. somethign i did notice is since the vballs fly eradicly due to a small bore size wen u shoot a paintball, which flys straighter ur aim is considerably better. they aren't meant for a pistol tho, unless u singlefeed but its not horrible. so i guess it wouldn't be a bad buy just don't expect a grade A product.
Not bad in truth the defects to these things gives u a more accurate shot with a real paintball.
14 inch Proto barrel
71 ci Dye Throttle Tank
My Proto 14 inch works fine
Easy for indoor paintbll use
Vballs can break and leave dents in wall if you use them in indoor use
I purchased these at a local paintball store. As soon as i got home i started shooting them. Surprizingly they shot pretty straight and stuck right to the target. The vballs did not jam in my hopper once. And they shot exactly just like regular paintballs. The vballs are alot more safe than the tballs. The only problem i had with them is some of them broke and the velcro came off. Also if you use them indoors and you miss they leave dents
I would recommend these to anyone looking to improve their accuracy while using reusable paintballs
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, December 26th, 2005 at 6:32 pm PST
joy devision g7 crossy stubby reloader b cheetah board
dmc speedy 2
very small bore size ultralite or some other good brand barrel must be small bore size though these vballs are very small
-jams my halo A LOT!
-a hasle to get off the velcro target
Ok this was my first and last time using vballs
first of all when i put it in my halo turn it on start shooting halo jams within 5 seconds
when i go to take them off of the targer it was a huge hastle
they were difficult to get off and a big pain
and during the taking them off of the target part the velcro peeled off of some of the balls this is teribble when trying to use them again they only get worse
Overall these suxed so bad from the jaming halo to taking them off of the target
the only good thing about these things are you can use them more than once not much more than once because of the velcro peeling off but i am not one of those guys that rate them all 10 out of 10 this product was the worst reusable paintball i have ever used you will see my rating accourdingly