32* team colors & winter fill - Jt maxim - RPS super swirl - Rps All Star
System x base autococker
system x on/off cradle
Bulldog ll 68/4500
32* 0-600 guage
I have a tear drop and all the 328 paintballs that i have used have worked very very well for me. You have to get a paintball to barrel match for a paintball to be accurate most of the time.
-They shot staight-accurate
-easy break on target
-never had a ball break in my barrel unless it was from the bolt which almost never happens
-I never got a case of balls that had one broke and almost never any balls had big dimples ot lopsided.
I haven't noticed anything bad yet. These paintballs have been working so good with my Teardrop.
Buy these paintballs unless you don't have a good paint to barrel match with them. Buy 500 of them and see if they fit good in your barrel before buying a case. That goes for any other paint too.
Any medium bore barrel. J&J Ceramic seems to work real well.
- Consistent quality, no dimples or leaks
- Good accuracy and flight characteristics
- Visible fill (I used black rounds with white fill)
- Seems to break on target consistently (less bounces than Team Colors)
- No barrel breaks at all in 1000 rounds
- Shell gets soft easily, must be kept in a warm and dry place. The slightest bit of moisture seems to make these rounds turn to gel.
- Pretty much the same as Team Colors, just different fill/shell combos.
- Make sure to get a fresh set - they don't keep well.
I was very pleased with the performance of these rounds. They seem to be nearly identical to Team Colors, but with less bounces. I'd buy them again. I only give them a 9 because I've definitely fired better (All-Stars), but for the price these are excellent rounds.
buy paintballs for your barrels.. not barrels for your paintballs
they shoot accurately and are very easy to get a hold of, almost every online and offline store will carry this brand and make, probably one of the few good things 32 makes still. this is however good paint among diablo/draxxus
the paint is a bit expensive compared to other paints.. why would you wanna spend about the same price when you can buy diablo/draxxus paint?
good paint, perfect shapes, the only prob is that it sells for about the same price as diablo/draxxus like i said, this is good paint, havent had problems with them, they mark very well
Marbalizer( just about all RP Scherer), most Nelson, most Zap.
Palmer Typhoon (hence I don't need any upgrades nor backup marker)
Not applicable - Typhoon comes with its own barrel (which is better than most after market barrels). Some people on my team shot well with the smallest freak attachment and someone else reported good accuracy with the DYE SS (medium bore).
Soft shell breaks well on contact, reasonably round, flew pretty straight and true out of my marker (Typhoon with Nitro at 285fps). NO BREAKS AT ALL. I didn't have to squeege once all day. One of my teammates (the once with the SS barrel) didn't have a single ball break while one of the 4 people shooting autocockers and freaks had one ball break. That is IMPRESSIVE.
Could use to be a little more round and have the two halves fit nicely. I wish paintball manufacturers could find a way to inject perfectly round gel caps with paint. It would be suuh-weeeeeeeeet!
It was superior field paint. I would gladly use it again and probably will.
2002 Timmy, VL2000 w/xbd, crossfire 68 4500, AA freak
Large bore barrel.
The $$$ is great.. serously the best feature. Wanna practice snap shooting about 500 balls today not a prob. wanna play some rec ball on bring your own paint day great.. They fly straight enough and leave a decent mark and seem round to me.
they are HUGE!!.. They barely fit in the stock barrel of my timmy. the only breaks I ever got were because of a barrel break (until I outshot my hopper) Still only had 1 2 breaks in 2 cases (2 from the same case) and one was the hoppers fault.. do I need a freaken HALO .. craper doody smack!!!
Not a tourney grade but good for practicing for the tourney. or skipping the tourney or just shooting ay you garage in the backyard. ;p
spyder compact, 2k2 aa barrel, wgp ergo reg, running at 400psi
i got the blue ones they were a bright blue so you could see them flying through the air
they have a bright blue fill in the blue ones
mine were packed with paint, its a medium thickness fill, it runs alittle after about 1 min of sitting on some wood
in the bags that didn't have any broken balls in them they were very round and had next to no dimpes on them
this isn't the paints fault, but there were a few breaks in 2 of the bags leaving about 500balls useless because of the dimples and wierd shapes.
i also think the balls got very hot while shipping(ups's fault)
overall these balls were pretty good, if you can get a case with no broken balls and ones that didn't sit in a hot ups truck for hours then you will probly get a good batch, if i had a gaurentee to not have any breaks and have no dimpes i would buy these again no doubt
68 mag j&j 2 peice blade black intelli retro valve
the rt barrel for the mag..... wow perfect bore size match i mean perfect
i really like how brittle these balls are.. they break when u want them to. i use them in my mag and its high pressure, i have had no breaks in my gun yet. i like how bright the fill is. (i have pink) these balls are kick arse. very cheap and a nice yummy thick paint.
i have had these for about 2 weeks and i went to my field last week and used 1000.. i got back and checked my other balls and they had mad dents. these balls were a week old when i found the dents. also they tended to melt VERY easy in my hopper
this is a good product but not the best. very cheap and nice quality . but if u buy them use them all in one day or ull be unsatisfied. they shot great in my high pressure gun so all u mag / spyder/ pirhana and all other high pressure guns have nothing to worry about...
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 1:27 am PST
Its cheap, and ever since i upgraded to a viewloader, and J&J barrell I have had ZERO breaks in the gun. I am pretty shocked that was the case, but i'll never use anything else for rec play again!
It doesnt fly as straight as the RPS Marbles do (obviously) but for rec play where you are just going to spray paint around you cant beat it!! The fill is a little thin, but for rec ball players end up calling themselves out anyway. Again i dont reccomend this for tourney play.
I'd reccomend this paint for everyday use, but for a tourney get the good stuff.
Blue metal-flake tippmann 98C, Flatline barrel, pb drop forward, Full boar shadow, GTA Xchamber
I have experience with Flatline, CP, & JNJ ceramic. of these, the ceramic is best for this paint
it's paint, and it's .68 caliber. sometimes you'll get thick fill, sometimes. Sometimes you'll shoot in excess of 50 consecutive balls without a break or chop. Very Cheap.
Thin, hard, brittle shell. usually thin, watery fill. relatively inconsistant size or shape (some of these balls look like they have elephantitis or something). you rarely shoot in excess of 51 consecutive balls without a break or chop. Hard to hit a target. (Heck, it's hard enough to get this paint all the way out of your Barrel, let alone to an intended destination). also it tastes horrible. (all paint does, but this paint doesn't have anything going for it anyway.
Keep a squeegie handy. or just don't use this paint. I give it a 3 because it's not brass eagle.
Tippmann fully tricked,if i knew it would cost so much to upgrade it,I would of went electro!
well when i used this paint with my flatline it really worked really good ! I mean it went straight.....so far i used maybe 5 boxes of 2000 rounds. It worked really great for me with my Flatline!??
When i used my Lapco biggy it really didn't work as good as it worked in my Flatline,i'm thinking it's cus the Flatline uses spin so it makes it go sweeter,or something! The day i got my new bigshot I only had like 600 rounds left of com,and another 500 rounds of old Big ball.I was thinking when i ran out of com i was really in some trouble! Turns out the old Big Ball worked better in my Lapco , I was shocked. they do bounce but thats if your far away ,and most paints bounce if far.
This is a really goood paint with the flatline! I remeber always thinking to myself that this paint was just as good as any other paint shot at me during war ....that all changed when i used it with my biggy ! Other than that, it is a really good paint.