- no accuracy
- never breaks most of the time
- not easy to clean off
Me, my cousin, and my bro were just shooting around using monster balls. This thing really grinds my gears. There is absolutely no accuracy, and most of the time it never broke. And its the hardest to clean. We used a lot of other brand paintballs and they cleaned off easily. This paint is weak. I reccomend you get something else other than this. Get Scorch or something, NOT THIS.
So my conclusion is this product is garbage, WHY?, Because its possible it'll mess up your marker.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 26th, 2006 at 10:22 pm PST
Smart Parts Ion
Smart Parts Fire bolt
48/3000 pmi tank
16" jj full tilt & 14" redz pepper stick
NDZ red roller trigger
NDZ Q-Lock no-rise feed neck
Pshyco Ball. red drop forward with on/off
EVO egg with Y-board
pepperz stick worked ok but the paint seems to have an odd bore size
No *key* strenghts
but good price
None really just recreational paint
i used them with my ion and no barrel breaks and no chops *eyes* they were not as accurate as premium paint but they .."O.K"... not the best but definitely not to be compared with marbles..i mean blue streak for the price they were worth ever penny because they were cheap if you are a beginner and have an alright gun buy it but you wont see pros using it so its not a 10 or a 9 but definitely worth it for the price i think the accuracy was due to it having an odd bore size
breakage-7.0 they didn't break so good but they got to their destination but
accuracy-8.0 but that's with my barrel still nice for the price
the fill-8.0 its pretty thing and nice bright yellow not clear crap
the accuracy wasn't perfect id say @ 50 ft. i got a 13-15" spread but then again they are cheap..
ok for all of you tippmann owners when i shot this out of my a-5 i might as well quit for some reason the bore of this is a horrible match for the flatline *IT BLOWS* if you have an a-5 find some new paint ill give this stuff a 7 because there are alot more 1-5 owners like myself than ion owners.....like myself? but really this stuff isn't good for woodsball but depends all on barrel and how you use them the main reason i used them is because my dad bought them and me and him go but next time ill stick to my own paint but then again *accuracy doesn't all rely on paint*
il recomend to anyone who DOES NOT own a flatline and doesnt wanna spend money on premium like people who only go so often but for new peeps and people who just play with their frends i would reccomend this paint and have fun :)
7 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 26th, 2006 at 8:36 pm PST
Tippmann Model 98
Lapco drop foreward
14" CP .689 barrel
Brass Eagle scope
200rd. Hopper w/hopper cover-camo
EMPIRE TWISTER 14"
No breaks in barrel
Smelt bad: the only time that it will smell, is when its on your mask!
These were the best paintballs that i've used in a long time. The paintballs that i have previously owned never broke! DONT GET THE DIABLO HEAT!!! So, anyways, i saw this at sports authority for only $30, so i just bought them like 3-4 hours ago, and i paintballed in my backyard. THANK GOD THEY BROKE WHEN I SHOT MY FRIENDS. I KILLED THEM AGAIN!!!! 2 vs 3.
Custom Spyder Xtra with folding stock red dot scope spring and bolt set.
*Accurate to 15 feet
*EXTREMELY SMALL (fall through the gun)
*Harsh curve after 15 feet
After I watched a Ion, tippmann, 2 spyders, and a Spyder MR2, all chop these balls I just laughed. They shoot out of your gun about 7 feet then curve like you wouldn't believe they are the most innacurate balls I have ever seen.
I have never shot these since my main problem was that they would roll out of the gun.
I immediately returned to wallmart.
I have witnessed others use these balls and watched the balls roll out of their marker whenever they pointed the marker at the ground.
Anyone giving this product a good review must be a complete moron <HA I said it!
Of you want to test the speed of your gun and not worried about cleaning chopped balls this is your product.
You are not saving anything when half the balls roll through your gun!
1 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, October 17th, 2009 at 10:01 pm PST
Remember the old saying you get what you pay for? Well this is a great price for a poor quality. I've tried about 10 different name types of paints and this has to be the worse. The paint was very soft busted allot in the barrel and some of them came out of the box looking like golf balls they had so many dents in them. I thought that I had maybe just gotten a bad batch. But over the last few weeks I've seen other people using them that had bought them at a different time and place then I did, needless to say they had the same thoughts that I did.
Great price! Horrible Paint!!! Run away I would'nt even use it for practice.....
Tippmann 98 custom
14 inch 2005 smart parts progessive barrel
200 vl hopper
4 pod vl harness
4 vl pods
1 tippmann barrel condom
9 oz c02
All work the same
break on contact
Made by brass eagle
paint doesn't come off
I was playing a 2 on 3 game in my friend's woods when i was bunkered by a kid across one side of the river. My teammate was just shot by the kid bunkering me, so i was now on my own, against 3 people. One kid with monster paintballs crossed the river and started firing at me. I fired back, hitting him in the gun and hopper, but he didn't think that counted so he kept playing. After a minute or 2, he called for reinforcements and i was shot in the head with the monsters. It barely left any paint, but the paint that did show didn't come out.
If you want to play a real game or even if it's not a serious game,don't buy these.
revvy w/xboard , lapco feed neck, J&J 14" ceramic barrell, 20 OZ CO2
Any medium diameter
Great price free bucket w 2000
Balls dont break too easily on impact thin fill
My son and i bought some of these on sale for 29.95. We were a little nervous about them. But we fired around 1200 rounds last saturday without breaking a ball in either marker. They seem to bounce off without breaking sometimes even at fairly close range. We went back and bought another case for future use. We had no problems opening the bucket as reported in some posts.
These work well as rec ball at an extremely low price. I wouldn't use in a tournament due to bouncers and thin fill. They work great in our spyders to go out and have some fun with our friends.
The monsterballs to me are almost comparable to the Nelson Anarchies. They are almost as accurate, flys straight, and breaks on contact, but is close, and I mean close, to the Nelson Anarchies. I paid $30 for a case of 2000, and that is a little more than half of the Anarchies.
Spyder Pilot ACS '05, VL 200 loader, Stock Barrel, 20 oz. Co2 tank.
Im not sure, I still have my stock barrel.
Well, I know many people say that Brass Eagle sucks, but I haven't chopped one ball yet and I have gone through about 10,000-12,000 balls. Just try 'em out before your soo quick to judge 'em. They're great paint and they are really cheap, but I think the reason why I haven't chopped is because I'm not using an angel that shoots 27 bps.
Nothing that I have used is like this. I have only
Blue Body kit
Blue Ion Q lock
Halo B w/ Rip drive Blue (had an Empire reloader not the reloader B)
Blue CP reg
A barrel isn't really a matter with most paint
Different fill than shell
Nothing really except hard to open
This is good paint you can with some paint judge the game with it but this paint just adapts to the game you can play anywhere from the front to the deadbow with this paint. You should always use this unless you see paint better than it like Evil weapons_grade paint. This is paint you cant judge the game on.