Wow, i love these. Accurate, pretty consistant, dont break in the gun. I have a cocker, and of course everyone knows that you will chop balls alot if the timeings off or you short stroke the trigger. Well, i purposly tried to chop balls, and miraculosly didnt break a single one. It was pretty hard not to laugh when the marker burps 4 times then 5 balls fly out of the barrel.
A couple of dimpled balls, i had one bad batch and they sucked. More expensive than midnight which is what I practice and play rec ball with, but still not too expensive. My local field charges like 75 for a freakin case, but i buy em online for less
Great paintballs for rec ball and maybee even some local tournaments. I dont recomend them for practicing because midnight is a good paintball for less money.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 5:05 am PST
Em-1 with reg, swan creek N bolt, teardrop barrel, drop foward
all dye barrels, freak kit, bizerk kit (that is one amazing barrel)
for the 45 dollars you'll pay for these balls its amazing. They break on impact and they don't chop at all in your gun...unless you have a brass eagle. They wash out the first time unlike some paintballs. They wipe off but not as much as pmi balls do. They'll still leave a stain so a ref can see if you cheated or not. Overall there great for recreational play.
My local feild uses them and sells them for 100 dollars which is bull sh*t cause there not worth that much.
If your not going to play on a BIG tounament use these paintballs. There cheap and work amazing. These are the paintballs to buy
68AUTOMAG, PF (hopper right), 9vt revvy (w/ X-board), Smart Parts AA barrel, Cammo Splash Kit, Superbolt, Intelliframe, AGD Flatline
Smart Parts, DYE, J&J...anything with a small to medium bore.
This paintball works great for me. Went through a whole case without a break and for a MAG that's awesome. They do have dimples on them but I'd say 98%% of them stayed on target. Very bright fill...you can see it a mile away. I did notice some bounce off people but no big deal. It just depends on where you hit them. Oh yeah, it's pretty cheap too.
Great paintball for the price. It shoots strait with excellent marking characteristics. Try it and you'll see. But If it breaks in your gun, don't blame it on the paintball. It might not be a good paint to barrel match. Just keep trying different ones till you find one you like. I did.
Almost never break, hard as hell,,,,,,,,,,cool purple colour
if you have them longer then 6 months(winter) the lube drys and it looks like dust on the paintballs,but this dosent limit preformance at all i dont think if paint is in your berral they curve but this could be just due to the berral
excellent paintballs the only onbes i use now..any type of gun,hight powered or not, the balls hurt people too so thats always good, and the god right throught the grass to make hidding targets crap there there paints,,,, almost never break in berral at all
this paint was pretty good in my new all american barrel. it was pretty nicely shaped. didnt notice hardly any dents on them. they had a pretty decent fill though it could be a bit thiker. flew pretty straight even though my gun was messed up and only shooting at 250fps.
like i said thin fill, some misshaped but not many.
they could be a bit cheaper but i got mine for cheap anyway.
not as good as hellfire or marbs but still pretty nice.
i probably wouldnt use it in a tourney just because of the thin fill.
id recommend these for practice paint. i got a case for 50 but thats just because i got a team sponsorship discount(lucky me). id at least try them to see how u like them.
i have used brass eagle(sucks), rps superswirls(good), dusk(alright), and visible impact(not so good)
i have a 2000 spyder compact java w/ expansion chamber
32* nite stykk barrell
This product is awesome! it has great accuracy and it rarely ever busts in the barrell. It is very good paint for woods play and speedball because it busts on contact and yet it has a very high velocity tolerance. This paintballl is the best for the money to me.
The onlything bad about this paintball is if you have had them for a while they will warp and their accuracy will go down just a little bit...i still think they are pretty accurate but you can tell just a bit. If you dont want paintballs that will warp then buy RPS Allstar paintballls becuase they are very accurate and dont warp as easily.
I think this product is the best for the money but if money doesnt really effect you then go with the RPS allstars. But if you have a tight check then go with the blaze because they are very accurate and always bust on target for almost 1/2 the price of the allstars.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 5:06 am PST
Brass Eagle - i wont even start on how bad it is
PMI - decent works okay
Marbs - love em
Seconds - dont even go near them
98 custom with double trigger(my own trigger job) flatline smart parts drop and a 12 volt revvy (ok i guess)
Medium Bore to small bore
breaks when it hits a person no bounce
doesn't break in barrel for the most part which is really great
colors are totally awesome
made by Diablo which is a great brand for all kinds of players
if in good conditon it is very accurate
the quality is great for the price it is about $40 a case
the stuff that i used had dents on like every ball which was really annoying because it was inaccurate
oh well still okay for the weekend
good paint for weekend play and other stuff
buy it and you will be a happy person
I love it
I used these so far with a M98, and a Weir Rat Impulse is on the way.
Great paint! I shot through about a thousand rounds of it already and have had no breaks. The paint is all round, no seams, and is breaks on contact. Bright colors so it is easy to see if they have been hit, and shoots very well! Can be used from the most entry level marker to the most tournament grade marker. Also comes in good packaging, the bags do not break when being carried by the top (my Zap bags did). None of the balls have any dents on them what-so-ever. Great paint, recommended to all!
Great, inexpensive, paint. Recommended to all. Bright colors, breaks on contact and not your gun, great bore size.
Rps-when they were not making the brittle shell kind.
Spyder Shutter with upgraded regulater
Dye and Spyder stock barrels work great with blaze, thats the only reason why I havent upgraded yet.
They are a nice paintball for the rec player and novice tournemant player.
They have a nice bright fill and if you get a fairly new box the the balls are in perfect condition.
They work great with small bore barrels and work work with almost every gun.
This is my preference but me and my team have noticed that the red and orange shelled ones work the best and the others colors are crap I recomend you get the red and orange.
Have not had any big problems with them.
They have worked in every gun I have used.
No breaks yet and still counting
This is a good paintball for any player looking to upgrade to a much better paintball that is durable enough to sit in your paintball harness all day and be ready to shoot whenever you need it to.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 5:16 am PST
jt maxim, big ball, they compare to the maxim in some areas but are better than Big Ball to me.
pirnaha sts g3 (black)
pgp 2001 (black)
ricochet 2k (black)
core 22 stage thermal expansion chamber (black)
20 and 16 co2 tanks (black)
coming sonn either an all american barrel (2002 edition) or nitro ducks n2 system.
all cp barrels, stocks for almost any gun, and pretty much any other barrel exept for a flatline they break in the barrel too much, because they're so thin shelled.
*they make the biggest splatter I have ever seen you can see it from way far away.
*they shoot extremely accurately
*they don't cost much
*they look awsome
*you can get them pretty much anywhere without having to search all over the place for them.
*they are the perfect caliber to fit most of the kinds of guns that people have.
they break so easily, with my richochet 2k I think the spin loader broke one and that was hard to clean.
they are awsome, almost or just as good as jt maxim paint and that is really good, considering jt maxim in my opinion is the best paint you can get for under $60.