This review is about their Pearl brand: One word CONSISTENCY. On par with every other tourney grade paint out there. The best choice for any field paint only tournaments, great through most guns that prefer not too britle a shell. So you can't go wrong with cockers, mags, and angels. Price is cheap for paint of this quality. It is mid-bore size (.688) and I equate it with RP Scherer's Premium Gold, Fire Rock.
Power Ball is a rather obscure paint label for such a well made ball as Pearl. It doesn't have the britlness as your Hellfires or All Stars though, but that's more a part of it's appeal as the perfect FPO paintball. Word is it is made by Nelson, and distributed by National Paintball South. Word is NPS is on the verge of going under. I hope Powerball Pearl survives through another distributor.
Any decent mid-bore barrel will devoure this stuff without any problems. No dimples, if fresh. The best paint for the money, $50.00 per case. On par with the best in consistency/accuracy. I highly recommend buying this if you get the chance, excellent for practices or bring your own rec-ball days.
don't have much to say except I use proballs and zaps alot and I have to say that these paintballs are great and from were i get them there cheaper than proballs are. Also they have a alot of paint in each of them so they splatter good so you can tell if you hit a opponent. Also from the ones i shot they don't break in barrels much at all.
NOTHING AT ALL
I think these balls are great and now I won't use anything else. I would suggest these to anybody
These pballs fly extremely well from my model 98. I've shot dozens of cases and have had very few breaks. The bi-color shell also look cool as it flies. The balls are consistent in their shape. I would shoot no other brand.
The paint is slightly expensive.
Compared to other balls this paint has a hard case and thus flies better. I believe the extra cost ($5-10) is well worth it.