Nothing, not too aerodynamic though, but aren't they all?
I ordered a 98C off eBay for my first gun, and it came with these paintballs. I assumed that since they were being shipped AND the guy hadnt used them for awhile that they would break on contact. I was wrong! Shot a full 500 rounds through the 98C, not one break, they were absolutely PERFECT. These monsters could probably compare with marballizer and such!
DBX-Don't get me started.
Anything that fits it, it's a small to medium bore.
Accurate (well, any paint is accurate in my Phantom)
Breaks on target.
Inconsistently sized, very small, shaped like an ellipse.
My field was out of the tourny paint, so what do you do?! Buy the next best thing ,and this is what they had. For $13, the price is right, same price as Diablo Heat, and cheaper than Nightmare, but better than both. Fill is bright pink, you're not wiping this. Breaks on the target, not in your gun, but if you get a break in a pump, you're stupid. The size is inconsistent though, shaped like an ellipse, causing velocity fluctuation. I was having problems with this all day, as were the rest of the people, so I know it wasn't my gun. I watched some guys with a Spdyer, Mini, Ion, Ego, DM7, Shocker, Tippmann, Timmy, pump Cocker, and I went up with my Phantom to the chrono. I know it wasn't my gun because all of them had some sort of fluctuation which caused it to go over my field's limit of 280 FPS (ATTN: Xtreme Paintball in MA, have the velocity limit be 300 FPS, or at least 290), I had to turn my gun to about 260 and it would get 20+/- FPS because of this paint, and bad efficency. So, ATTN: DraXxus, fix your paint's sizing issues, paintball guns are .68 caliber, not .65. What are you trying to make paintballs for the Tippmann SMG .62?
Great fill, good breaks, too damn small and out of round. I'd rather have a paint that fits my barrel, and allows for good efficency and consistent velocity than one with a tournament paint style fill. I mean seriously, it's a rec paintball, you don't need un-wipeable fill. If I were in a tourney and looking for a tourney ball with a good fill, I'd want this fill, but with something like the shell of a Marbilizer.
4 out of 10
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Draxxus (like the way it breaks on target, but brittle shell makes in break in marker, too)
Marbelizer (good paint, but very pricey)
White box (well, you get what you pay for)
Spyder Pilot ACS w/ Revvie hopper, upped barrel, CO2
Doesn't break in marker
Doesn't break too well on people, either
I bought this paint to save some money, and really had low expectations. To my surprise, it flew straight, had few dimples, and I went all day without a break or chop.
But I realized the downside when I rushed someone in a bunker. We both started shooting at the same time, and I know I hit him at least 3 times, but when it was over I had 2 hits and he had none. I watched as he checked himself and it was clear even he was amazed there was no paint there.
One thing I did notice was that the diameter of these balls was less than many other brands. It just rolled out of my barrel. Even the next step up (in quality) of Zap had a tighter fit.
In the end, I think this paint is a good buy, and good enough for most wood or recball. Don't think I'd use it in a tournament, though.
j and j edge barrel kit
egg 2 hopper
camd 2.0 single trigger
chrome cp flame drop
front block 15 degrees with gauge
Anything around .687-.689
Breaks on target, not in gun
I have tried many differernt paintballs and these are my favorite, they are cheap and shoot great. I have tried x-balls on the same day as i first tried these and i knew the x-balls were supposed to be better, but these shot better for me. They also keep for longer as well. I had some extra as winter was approaching so i put them in a cooler(recs and x-balls) and rotated them often and as it got warmer i shot them and the recs were harder, no dimples, and still shot great. The x-balls were soft, dimpled, and were no good.
These are good paintballs and the price is cheap to so go get some and try them
proto rail black dust
newdesigns slik trigger
proto alloy back cap
16" sp freak
halo b w/ rip drive
rush speed feed
68/45 cf tank
any mid bore size barrel
Cheap and they acutly bust on target thick fill
Little dimples but didnt affect accuracy
My freak with only a .687 insert was perfect with them
my only problem is that i wish they came in a different shell color beside blue shell yellow fill like at our feild i didnt have a sinle chop with my pmr thx to the eyes in perfect condition so as long as you dont use them when they are wet they will be almost perfect
This paint is very very very cheap yet unlike other cheap paint it is actually worth buying. Forthe most part it accurate at short to medium range past 75 yards it will be curved but then again its very cheap. They size varies but then again it's cheap. Don't expect to snipe with this paint.
Buy for budget ballin ifyou play pump then get something better
NDZ Composite Trigger
Any I Guess, I used Stock 4 Now
-Breaks On Target Not In Gun
-None That I Saw
This paint is awesome. I paid 42 Dollars for a case of 2000 of these babies, i will never buy a different paint again. Every ball was round, the fill was nice and thick, and the shell was brittle enough to break on target, but not in your gun. this paint is top-notch 4 a low price
I will buy this paint until it proves otherwise. you should do the same
The paint is nice to shoot only like 3 paintballs out of 190 didnt brake. im not sure what barrels it will or wont fit in but i think all spyder barrels hopefully cp barrels. It wont brake in your gun so that means no coocking them either. Sorry its short but i cant think of anything else about them.
Its some nice paint and cheap ones too. The paint is fine for anyone.
9 because i think they could be made a little more brittle but not bu much
Good but not great acuracy
Don't always break on target
These are great if you need some cheap paintballs for rec balling. I've shot 2.5k of these and haven't had one break in my barrel yet. I've had some problems with them breaking on targets thougth and probably aren't the best choice for a back player.
Great for cheap paint, but if you have the money to burn or are in a tourney, get something else.
2003 pro stock autococker
lite stiks bolt
cmc trigger frame
Back up - diablo wrath
92/4500 crossfire tank
i use the empire revolver kit
Dents and inconsistant ball sizing
Shot okay, i had a few barrel breaks because i would get a overly large one every now and agian so i had to use a bigger bore to avoid that. The colors were pretty watery and hard to see with the yellow fill. There okay for practice and front playing but they will spin off to much if you try to shoot across the field with them. I didn't have a whole buch of bounces when i used them