Breaks well on impact.
Doesn't break in marker.
Different color paint inside same color shell.
These have been great for our woodsball games.
They're relatively inexpensive, but they work great!
We've only gone through 16k rounds so far, but we haven't had a single break inside a marker. They also have broken consistently on target, unlike some really cheap paint someone else bought. That stuff NEVER broke. We literally bounced them on the ground, OVER parked cars!
One minor nit is that the paint color doesn't match the shell. All our balls were brown, but the paint was 2 or 3 different colors. Not a big deal for us, but I thought I should mention it, in case someone cares.
Smart parts shocker
Empire reloader b
i used a all american 14 inch
Fill isnt very good.
They break in your barrel easily.
Ok, this is a review from using them in the winter. A couple weekends ago we played some x ball and it was about 45 degrees out. I picked up a bag and started playing, i think everyball broke except for about 50. It was pretty cold out so that was probably the problem. Im writing this just to give everyones a heads up NOT to use this paint in the winter.
For the WINTER this is one of the worst paints you can buy so i give it a 3. THIS REVIEW IS JUST BASED ON SHOOTING THEM IN COLD WEATHER. Do not shoot these in the winter, there horrible in cold weather conditions.
and some other stuff
-Ion, Q-Lock, Halo B w/ Rip Drive, CP Classic 14" .689, CP Roller Trigger, Flame Drop, 72/3000, Redz Tank Cover
-VS2, Shocktech feedneck, Halo B w/ Rip Drive and Egg2 w/ Y Board, 72/3000, Redz tank cover
-Omen 1.5, 1.5 board and cam arms, timmy clamping feedneck, 72/3000, Redz Tank Cover, Halo B w/ rip drive
I use a quiet riot 12" but I think they will work w/ anything.
Good outer shell
These paintballs are definitly worth the cash. These things have an awesome outer shell which won't break easily, but when you shoot it it will. The fill is a good proportion. The prices for these range, but whatever it is it is worth it. la la la la la la. (had 2 have a 50 word min.)
Get these. These paintballs are awesome.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, November 23rd, 2006 at 2:40 pm PST
Scortch paintballs (they are hella better than Heats).
Wild streak (they suck no matter what).
Icon X (I know.... It sucks).
12" Cold forged
A slightly oiled barrel.
And a clean and very very dry hopper
They explode like crazy. You constantly have to clean the barrel of your gun.
Has a good color, but has a thin shell. They will explode. And to me almost ruined my gun. So much for the Heats. If they get wet...... You might as well throw them away. Who ever reads this I'm warrning you that these paint balls suck. I highly suggest Scortch instead of these.
Dont use them............. throw them away.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, February 11th, 2006 at 4:21 pm PST
I have never had any problems with this paint. Me and my friends all use this kind of paint when playing rec woodsball. Just as good as a lot of other paint. Mostly meant for rec, but if your tight on cash, it would do just fine at the field.
Get them. They are cheap and good quality. Good for rec. Although I would reccomend PMI premiums at the field, that doesn't mean that heats are bad for nonrec though.
Always breaks on target
Not very accurate
This is a decent paint. Thats probably why they call it rec grade anyway. One thing i do like about this is the fill. The fill goes everywhere and its highly visible. However, i dont like the shell. it is too thin and can break in your gun or on any little thing. plus the the shell isnt very round. so its not very accurate.
Overall decent paint. but thats why its cheap.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 14th, 2006 at 6:32 am PST
Spyder Electra ACS
20 oz CO2 Tank
Halo b w/ victory board and rip drive
Kingman java 4+1 harness
Kingman java mask
good quailty rec paint
full of paint
almost no flaws
no cool fill colors, only white
i have never chopped with it. they flew true to the target. when they break they put paint everywhere. they are harder to wipe. theyre a little bit more pricey. i love the paint. it has minimal flaws on the balls themselves. the shells are medium thickness, they dont bounce as easily.
Its good rec paint and i love it. go buy it. i mean, if your a rec player.
They are very cheap for the amazing quality that u get.
Some boxes do have between 10-20 paintballs with dimeples.
It is a great all around type of paint. And there is no question about it that it is the best possible paint for this price.Some boxes do have between 10-20 paintballs with dimeples. But that is the a small price to py for useing such a great brand of paint.They are very cheap for the amazing quality that u get.I would consider this a Almsot professional type of paint.
It is a great all around type of paint. And there is no question about it that it is the best possible paint for this price.
-ESP 3.0 e trigger
-check it 15* assault block
I use a boomstick, works great...
break on target
Weak color (yellow)
I bought this paint at National Paintball for $33 which I thought was a great price for big name paintballs, all I ever used before was Draxxus rec-sport (comparatively decent) I went to the field on the weekend and did well, I got the most kills in a day I ever got using this paint, my gun was also rocking that day, but the paint worked very good, a few curves and a few drops, but they did their fair share, and worked decently. For the price you can't go wrong...
I'd say if you are tight on cash, give 'em a try...