New Formula, New Fill, New Shell, New manufacturer, and now a new way to match your paintballs to your barrel. The Ballgauge, a quik and easy way to find out the diameter of a paintball. Now available in select cases of ProBall free of charge.
The Archon Paintball Proball Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
these work perfect in my J&J ceramic also in my friends smart parts SS and many stock barrles as well
everything, these balls are based on same as marb's i dont no why these ppl gave them bad reviews but i think i know why here it is-- proball has an amazingly hard shell and ppl said they didnt break and im guessing its cuz there guns are set high enough to give it a strong enough force. and if u think about it a harder shell means less ball breaks. as for curving well its either that the balls sat in the ppl's rooms for awile and got dented or just there barrles suck
the only thing bad about these balls are all the NOOBs below giving them bad reviews when these a recamended with most barrles as well as Marb's are
i have my gun set on the highest velocity possiable with an RT at full auto n never broken a ball yet, iv ussed these balls almost everytime i play since i started playing n maybe out of like 20,000 balls iv broken maybe 7, when i first started playin these puppies had rateing in the 9's now there ae a bunch of newbies given them crap reviews so if ur gun is hardcore use these paintballs
Allright, there is one thing good about these balls, the fact that they dont smell and there not greasy.
Allright this is the main reason im writting this review, to tell you the bads. This weekend i played with my friends and we all used proballs. I was hit a total of 5 times the whole day. But, guess how many broke...None! None broke. Even though it was a good thing they didn't break becuz i could still stay in. But now lets discuss the people ive hit. I hit 14 people (numerous games) and i only eleminated 4. The bottom line here is that we were all out there just firing these balls and nothing was breaking.
In conclusion continuing with "the bad". These balls were a waste of my time and a waste of my money. IM not buying paintballs so i can inflict pain with no breakage, Breakage is the key factor in this game, and if these balls aren't going to break then they are no good for paintball.
pmi advantage/ premium, everything RPS, and brass eagle
minimag w/ 16'' AA, & shocker turbo w/ boomy & AA
larger bore boomies, and SP AA
these balls are great b/c:
they break on target (unlike PMI(the Bounce King))
hard to wipe
very few breaks in gun, if one breaks it is easy to shoot through
shoot extremely staight and are consistant in size.
and of coarse the little ball gauge thingy!
a little pricy but it's worth it.
i use these balls on a regular basis. i recomend them to anyone who wants to shoot straight and mark your oponent every time.
32 degrees compition and team colors RPS super swirl
spyder compact java edition with a reversed lapco drop forward (tank in the opposite direction of a normal bottom line 32* sniper barrel
tippmann m98 with lapco barrel adapter and a spyder threaded 32* sniper barrel
NOT A J&J CERAMIC
bright thick fill
the shell is way too brittle
2 weeks in a row i broke 5 balles in a hopper and pods in my pack the shell dents when you leave them sitting over night or dropping them 6 inches from the ground
bust very easily in barrels
i used them in an AA and a ceramic and they broke a lot in the AA and the ceramic
when they broke in the ceramic alot of the time the fill is so thick the balls cant come out of the barrel
if you have a very large bore barrel these would work great but medium or small definatly not
the fill is nice for larger barrels
Brass Eagles - Better
Winchesters - Good
Diablo Blaze - best
JT Excellerator 4.0 stock
no barrels, i'm serious
Well they do take up a lot of empty space in the garage.....
These paintballs are a joke. I'm beggining to think if they use paper or something on the outer shell. Put it in ur hopper, about 1 or 2 will break while loading. shoot the gun, you'll break a ball. YOU ARE GONG TO BREAK A BALL. we tried it on about 10 different guns, every single gun broke the ball the first shot, and made a hell of a mess cauz the ball would break when the bolt snapped forward. Its like they're so weak that the ball stopper breaks them.
Some people did give these some good reviews, but i think i got a bad batch or something. and i'm not always the happyist person around when i buy 2000 BAD BALLS. don't take the chance of getting a bad batch, stear clear.
super swirl brass eagle point blank brand X (pro ball mess ups)
Spider compact 2 in 1 stock and Dye excel (14inch) barrels 14 once co2
just about any my gun is up above but my dad has a tippman and they shoot perfect out of that
Not the most expensive shoots streight and they don't break in the gun. i Have used these for two years and i have of coarse broken some but not many. I also bought brand X (pro ball mess ups) and relized that pro ball must have a tough tteast for the balls to go through. The mess ups shoot good i brok more than usual but not as many as a bress egle or other cheep brands
The only bad thing is they are up there in the price
Buy these they shoot great and if you can't afford them buy brand X if your local store has them.
RPS Super Swirl
Spyder Compact Deluxe Java, all stock.
any 12'' barrel will do fine
these are some of the best paintballs i have ever shot. they shoot straight right at the beginning of games, NOT ONE busted in my barrel. i can buy 2000 of these from chuck's bait and tackle for $45 =D
not a whole lot. after a little while of playing, i noticed they started curving a bit. i ran out of paintballs and someone gave me their tippmann with midnights in it and the midnight shot straight out and hit someone.
some of these guys who gave these 3's or 1's must have bought very old balls. i just bought these today and they were not dimpled and performed great. these are a great deal if you live in central georgia.
1996 spyder compact, rear cocking bolt, raised sight rail, a. n. s. expansion chamber, kapp drop forward
smart parts, 32 degrees
thick shell, thick paint, have only broke one ball in 6 months playing every weekend.
I have nothing bad to say about this product.
A true paintball player will tell you that you have to find a ball that complements your barrel. Use different balls till you find the one that works best with the barrel you have. My conclusion, I have used stocks spyder barrels, smart parts, and 32 degrees barrels. This is the paint I would use.
Brass Eagle-haha dont even come cose to comparing
Powerball-ok but proballs blow them out the water
Model 98 Custom with Smart Parts AA Barrel, Flatline, Bigshot, 16" CP, 2 20 ounce Co2s, full auto mod, r/t trigger, x-core xchaber, revvy with xboard,rva,milled gills, polished and panted
SP AA great, not Flatline (use marbs), Bigshot ok,CP barrel great
everything....great accuracy when in right barrel.....thick fill.....wont break in barrel (I have had only when proball break out o about 5 cases or 10000 paintballs!!! in barrel due to a dent in the shell) but will break on your target....all around GREAT PAINT!!!!...cool colors (I use black with green fill case the opponat can see them coming haha)
Nothin....really go buy a case for yourself and see
I give this product a ten becuase I havent shot a better paint throughmy gun....even at really high rates of fire....Nothing compares