Team Colors paintballs are a thick shell/thin fill paint that comes in a whopping 31 different 2-tone shell colors! Each color corresponds to a particular city, for example: Philadelphia has a silver/green shell, Pittsburgh has a yellow/black shell, Dallas a silver/blue shell and so on
The 32 Degrees Team Colors Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
* all jt paintballs
* point blank
* all diablo
* all stars
* 2002 auto cocker
* tactical drop
* 12 volt vl hopper
* 68ci tank
* dye boomstick (12in)
*dye swing single finger trigger with dye sticky grips
boom stick, dye excel, and a cp barrel
* they hae many differnt colors, go some what straight, cheap, dont break in barrel. i shot 2000 of these pups and i had 1 ball break, and they have a nice spin to them
this is not good paint if u want to enter a tournament with, where i live they are had to find. they curve alot i the wind so if u buy them make sure it isnt that wndy whenu play
these paintballs are ok i would buy them to see if u like them. i meen u re only spendin like$40 bucks, i would get them if u are just going out for the day and play wit people in advanced, or walk on groups. but again do not use these i tournaments
I really could't find much bad about this product. It was overall very good.
This is a great product at a great price. I've had some of this paint stored for a year and it still flies true and straight. A good use of money and with the cash left over from not buying an expensive paint can be put toward more upgrades. A great paint for all and one of the only good things 32* makes.
I use a tippmann 98 with a double trigger. And a utlralite barrel. I use a 16 and 12oz co2.
ULTRALITE, the best barrel out there
The shoot straight in warm weather, no wind. They don't break easy in packs, or pods. There are tons of colors to choose from. They also break on people when you hit them, they are also hard to wipe off so they show when you get hit.
Team colors are to inconsistant, one bag will be great, without any dipples, and the next bag will just suck. Also if u play in any bad weather don't even waste your time, the paintball curve, break, and shoot everywhere except on the person. This is with one of the best barrels too. The paintballs break more in your barrel than on the people.
There a alright paintball. I recommend enstead of that you use either midnight, blaze, proball or even Big Ball. They need to do a lot of work to this paintball, but i heard that they are being redesigned and put back onto the market, so i look forward to that.
Marballizers, Proball, Bigball, El Tigre, VL paint
Tippmann 98 w/flatline barrel drop forward, 5x expansion chamber(generic)
previously used a Spyder, stock barrel, 4x expansion, low pressure chamber, delrin bolt, 3/8 dovetail sight
custom made 21" tru flight(friend got off ebay)
Its brightly colored and easy to see when your getting low. Also in addition to that they are of higher quality than BE or VL paint but other than that not much. They fire somewhat well out of all barrels.
This paint is horrible for use in a flatline, armson stealth, jj barrel and just about everything ive seen it shot out of except a 21" tru flight but other than that it would either fly off in a corkscrew or break about 7 in every 100. The only reason I continue to play with this paint is that the local field makes you use it on most days plus you have to buy some to start.
I wouldnt get this but if you really are desperate and theres this paint and then BE or VL id get this.
Sypder Compact 2 in 1. Java
20oz & 12oz Co2
9 1/2 in muzzle break barrel
Spyder 12 in muzzle brake
The good thing about this product is that it is very cheap. The paint comes in many different colors, which are thicker than the usual. I have two paintballs brake in my gun out of 4000. Also they brake on contact, unlike nitro ducks that bounce off trees when shot.
The bad thing about this paint is that their is so many teams to choose from.
Team colors, is a great brand of paint. They do not brake, and the fill is thick and bright. No other paint can beat it, only nitro ducks, because they bounce off trees. But, they still don't pop on people...Team colors are great.
Kingman Spyder Flash(green), 12 volt revvy, 16oz and a 9oz Co2.
umm they worked very very good in my stock barrel, a couple curved a little but non broke or anything and my friend used them and they worked good in his boomstick
they are pretty accurate, bright so you can see where they go when you shoot, they break on the person and not in your gun, nice thick paint, not very expensive, works with many different guns and barrels
umm there isnt really anything bad about these paintballs except that a couple curved but just shoot again and it will go strait.
these are very good paintballs for the price, they are pretty accurate, bright so you can see where they go when you shoot, they break on the person and not in your gun, nice thick paint, not very expensive....i reccomend them for spyder/pirahna users.
Great for the price. Not very many odd shaped balls. Fairly accurate. Good choice of colors. Had very few balls break in the barrel, about 3 per case.
Did have one case that had some balls that would not break. They wont break even if you step on them, they just kind of "flatten out" a bit. Might have been old paint or something.
Some cases of paint have an unpleasant odor that will raise your eyebrows when you open your pods. This does not affect performance.
Great recreational paint that does not break in the barrel. Very reasonably priced. My paint of choice for most applications.
Flies straight, breaks pretty well, marks pretty well. If you care what color your paintballs are then you've got it made. Priced right. I've fired more than 4000 rounds through my AMG stock barrel and my All American and have not broken a single Team Colors in the barrel.
They don't break on the target as well as some other brands. They could have chosen better color combinations for some of the teams, but that doesn't have anything to do with it's performance.
This is a great rec paint that will always be my first choice if it is in stock. I love not having to clean my barrel until it's time to go home.
2002 Vertical Feed Autococker
12V Revvy w/ X-Board
Dark Series .689 Barrel
68/30 Warped Sportz Compressed Air
KAPP Twisted Cocking Rod
Dark Series (The True Freak Set)
They are cheap and have a semi thick fill. They have kinda of cool colors. It's 32 Degrees and they are pretty cool in the first place. Most are shaped right.
For some reason n()()bs think they have a really thick fill. I guess they have never seen a Hellfire or Inferno paintball break before. Those are real hardcore tourney paintballs. I have had a few breaks with them in my Cocker before. I did have a few lopsided ones that I saw ,but nothing too serious.
Awesome for Rec Ball or practice just don't drag them to a tourney.
Blue metal-flake tippmann 98C, Flatline barrel, pb drop forward, Full boar shadow, GTA Xchamber
Flatline is perftect. haven't used other barrels with team colors
thick and flexible (by flexible, i mean it's not brittle) shells. THICK, hard to wipe fills. consistant shape, size, etc. good price, Excellent color selection
If you don't use them THAT weekend or the next, then you wasted money, they don't have a long shelf-life
Good, thick shells and BRIGHT fills, consistancy, economical, but they don't last too long.
This is the PERFECT ball for the flatline. good size and durable shell, consistant shape ensures a flat, consistant trajectory.
RPS superswirl are equally consitant but have a thin watery fill.
32* TC is an excellent paint (if you plan to use it quickly) at an affordable price.