Diablo Mongoose II Re-incarnate
Empire II Reloader
Very very birttle
Unless you want to paint the inside of your hopper with these things, DONT BUY THEM. Seriously, are paintballs supposed to break when you drop them from about 3 feet? NO! These things are so brittle that i broke two in my hopper just running to a cover point at the start of a game! I suggest avoiding these things at all costs.
Whatever barrel you have (match bore)
i ran it through a couple cockers and a tippy 98c
Can be found anywhere
Melted easier then other balls
I found that the balls were all intact, non-dimpled and looked nice. Not to brittle not to soft. I did think that the shell was a little thicker then most shells and had no flex. The cockers shot it fine with no issues (except when i fanned w. the elec. hopper off). The tippy fired the best it ever had (except for a little bit on the accuracy). I ripped on the trigger (hahha like that is fast mabey 5-8 bps) and it perfect even with the liquid CO2 flying out.
My local field uses this as their rec paint now. They used to have competitive edge, but this is a much better paint for the same price! I used pink fill with a burgundy (NOT brown) shell this weekend and it worked very nicely. Yes, the shell on this paint is a little dull, but that's fine if you aren't using a marker with eyes. During the day, the paint tended to bounce, even at relatively close ranges, but it performed well for rec play. I'd suggest using this paint only for recreational play because of the bounces, but it's great for the price.
A good rec paint, and doesn't cost much. Use it if you're playing for fun,
thick and bright paint
great for Flatlines
none that I saw
I had used Draxxus Blaze before I switched to these. The Blaze would always chop in my Flatline because the paint was so thin. I'm so glad I made the switch. I shot a full case of Heat when I was at my local field and I didn't have a single ball break. They are great for Flatlines. Also, the price is pretty good. Definitely the best rec paint available. Also, the color is bright so you can see where your balls are hitting. I highly recommend these paintballs.
Like I said before, great for Flatlines, not one ball break, and they are fairly cheap. If you play rec ball, you want these.
Trilogy Comp., Empire Reloder II, 20oz, WGP Hindge Frame, 32 degrees smart uni. drop
stock cocker barrel, sp teardrop, dye excel
Consistantly round, breaks ok
?, I guess the average bore size is a little big
Compared to most of the other paint i see used on the field, like Afterburner or bluesteak, this stuff is like a god send. The fill is bright so you can't wipe it that easily, but the average bore size is a little to big for my marker. I had two breaks out of 500, but that might be because i am using my stock barrel.
It is a lot better than a lot of other paintball out there.
Brass eagle (ehhh..horrible)
Zap (no complaints)
Derry store paintballs (OK)
Blue streak and wild streak (NOPE)
competitive edge (not bad at all)
Diablo Heat (kinda alright)
Spyder shutter (little leak down the barrel, think its the valve or the Low pressure chamber)
Tippmann 98 custom
GTA expansion chamber
Trigger mod. allowing me to shoot 13+ BPS. mechanical, not electro
20 oz. tank
COMING SOON- inline stabilizer (Palmer), maybe another barrel for tippy, suggestions? And the e-bolt
Maybe the flatline, just don't shoot fast
Stock tippy barrel is fine except for the fast that it umm...sucks
any medium bore size
Very OK fill
Break on contact
Break easy with the flatline.
Well, I just got back from paintballing and had a good time. It was 30 degrees outside and frankly, I didn't care because of the adrenaline. It was a good time until I kicked my hopper when I fell and they all broke. After that, it was all down hill...I bought these for a mere 40$ a case and didn't regret it at all. I was just so stoked to play. SOMEONE SUGGEST A GOOD BARREL TO ME IN COMMENTS.
Buy these if you wanna good paintball. Don't hit your hopper. Have fun
When I shot these paintballs they shot almost consistent in the same direction when shooting slow. But when I shot really fast they went very straight and nothing curved of beaked in the barrel. If you were in a situation of getting something like zap paintballs for the same price get these in stead. Zap are not smooth paintballs and they go every where
I thought these paintball's were very good for the price and every thing. You should buy them because some paintballs are the same price and they really suck like the zap series.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, February 26th, 2005 at 6:01 pm PST
Brittle (no bounces), very accurate depending on batch
Fill could be brighter, maybe a littel thicker
I used these at a feild and bought them for 50 bucks a case. thisis probably some of the best 50 dollar a case paint i have ever used. with my J&J edge i was shooting darts. i didnt get one barrel break which tells me they are nice and round. nice round paint (in a barrel kit that is properly sized) will get better efficency too. great paint. the fill could be brighter and thicker, but thisis some of the best feild paint, or any paint i have used. i didnt get a singel ball with a dimple. great paint.
well i got some of this to run through my brand new proto. i bore sized with my barrel, but it still wasnt perfectly accurate. some balls still fell of center. i geuss th great accuracy depends sometimes on teh batch. so i guess tehy arent consistant.
Good feild paint or somethin. pretty decent for teh price.....batches may vary
8 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 1st, 2006 at 7:57 pm PST
This paint tends to be on the small size, so use a .685-.689 bore.
-Cheap in price.
-Excellent for practice.
-Nice fill, nice shape.
Well, it is rec style paint, so it's not the most consistent in size.
Awesome paint for practice's. This is what we usualy use at practice... it goes for about $40-45 bucks a case. Not a good tourny ball though... the shape can be inconsistent, but overall not that bad. Very good for the price you pay. One of the best practice paints I've used.
Good practice paint, one of the best. Cheap in price, nice fill, usualy nice shape, try it out.
These are awesome balls... I have used them in cold and hot weather, and they still kicked it... I feel as though they are the BEST in a Teardrop barrel, as, that is what I used... I shot off about 1000 of them, and 0 broke.. That is amazing compared to other balls I have used... I used to use RPS SuperSwirl, and these Heats blow them out of the water... I am very happy with the pain, as it is a thick orange and white and yellow fill, so the people cant wipe.. Also, I really like how they are not dimpled, and misformed.... Hopefully, this will help someone who is interested in getting a good paintball for a cheap price..!
Great for the money, weather you play rec, or tournament...