Pretty much any paintball you can name yea even brass eagle but I don't shoot it just other friends use it.
Tippmann custom 98 with a 20 ounce co2, Scott Hotshot mask and Smart parts all american.
any medium bore barrel but I had it matched perfectly and my 98 never screws up so this paint isn't that great.
Well it has a awesome fill in it and looks pretty cool on the shell.
Curve up and down and my barrel to paint match was perfect and they never break. These are made by the same company as proball and this stuff has the same recipe except proball taste worse. I shot at my friend from about 10 feet and one broke and I shot him about 15 times.
Get if you want to but diablo and team colors is better.
Great Accuracy. Balls broke on target, not in the barrel unlike other products used. Had a case of 2000, less than 5 broke.
Lack of color choices. Great product otherwise. Their Green breaks exactly the same color as Marballizer.
Great overall product that is not real popular. Was actually sent this case on accident when a company was supposed to ship me Anarchy instead. Best mistake they ever made ... this paint works great. Not the best, though ... still think Marballizers are the best.
Tuff Skin 68/4500 with mega regulator
14" all american
All american, teardrop or of course the Freak! which is good with any paint
Not many breaks, I broke a total of 2 last time out from case of 2000. One I think was my fault by short stroking my mag. Fairly priced, I get mine for $49 a case at the local shop. Shoots well with medium bore barrels such as the All American or teardrop.
If you use a Dye Boom, pick a smaller bore paint such as marbs or proball. Powerballs are a bit too large for the boomies
good overall paint, does not carry the price tag of the top paints, but does carry the quality.
Excellent fill, thick, not easy to quickly wipe off.
Good shell, can take a small beating (e.g. twigs, grass)
Keep well, even after leaving them for 2 months the quality has dwindled very little (store properly)
The shell can sometimes be a little too durable, thus not breaking on your opponent.
Some of the balls have dimples, very very few tho.
An excellent paintball for the price. I was lucky enough to be sent two cases instead of just the one that I ordered. Give them a try, you won't be disappointed.
These balls do not break in the barrel. Over the past few months, my friends and I have gone through about 6 cases of the stuff WITHOUT A SINGLE BREAK. This even included a whole case used in a steady rain at 50 degrees. They are pretty tough, somewhat elastic shells that will take a lot of abuse, but they seem to always break on your intended target. These balls are fairly inexpensive at about $65 a case.
They tend to dimple after they have been around for a few weeks so it's real important to rotate them. I think it's because of their rubbery sheel.
A very good paint for the money and what I will continue playing with unless I find something better. I would give it a ten except it tends to dimple more than other paintballs which does affect accuracy. So I'm giving it a 9.
WOW!! I picked up a case of these expecting a mediocre paintball for the price I paid ($55) and man am I impressed! this was very consistent, good shooting paint, with a dark shell and an amazingly thick bright white fill! Very easy to tell when you hit someone!
I never thought I would say this in a review here.... nothing. The paint was amazingly consistent. I liked it much better than some paints I have used that cost 10-20 dollars more. hecy, even my bad section is good!!
try it out! This is a great paintball that is well worth the upper end pricetag it carries. You can get paint cheaper, but there is no doubt in my mind that the few dollars extra you spend on a case of this paint will be money well spent! Way to go Taso on a great product!