other random paint(Draxxus, ect)
Tippmann Custom Pro
The right bore size
Comes with container
Smells really bad
I bought a case of these cause they were cheap and well thats it. Any way they work great and for the price can't be beaten. I payed $35. Over all this is some great paont and will work well for almost any one. I would reccomend it to some one who uses a Tippmann or BT. Well I guess i'll just keep talking because it wants 50 words well that otta do it.
Buy these if you want a cheap paint that works ok.
Sometimes they don't break but most of the time they do
These are great paintballs with this stock barrel. I was shooting 3 or 4 shots at a time and I never broke one ball in my barrel. For what you pay for the paintballs it's a good deal $30 for 2000. Some of the paintballs didn't break, you need to get a good body hit for them to break. They only come in one color which is kinda sucks.
Worth a try for the money. I don't know how they will react with other barrels.
Spyder Rodeo-16in J&J Ceramic Barrel, In Yo Face Universal T-Stock, Running a Remote
J&J Ceramic & other small bore paintballs
Paint isn't too thick
Shell is very thick
I've been using these balls for about 3 months now and I love them. They go great with my J&J Ceramic Barrel. I've only had one chop/break. The only thing about them is that the shell is a little too thick. If it hits a soft spot on someone it won't break. They are very accurate w/ my gun. They are great for their price. Now there not as good as Marbalizers and similar paintballs, but if you just play once or twice a week they're great.
If you play once or twice a week they're worth trying out. I reccomend them to all my friends.
First off great paint. One of the guys working at the field I played at was laughing saying "oh nobody wants to play with field paint when they can buy paint from a bucket at wally world for half the price. But then they complain when it dosnt work"
The reason I see alot of people using this paint is because it is the best deal you can get for paint. I'm not saying its the best... but to find a paint better than this, you will have to pay 60 bucks at least for a case.
I have never once broken a ball
Strong shell that dosn't get all sticky or melty when it gets hot
breaks when you need it to
30 dollars a case. Thats less than half of what alot of fields charge.
Just because your not buying it from a pro shop dosn't mean its going to be old.
Best deal for paint
The fill is visible, but a pale yellow. Basically about as usefull as white paint
The paint is also a bit runny. Not a thick paste.
I will never use another paint. I can shoot alot and not have to worry about it eating away the dollars. THERE IS BETTER PAINT OUT THERE.... but its worth it a rec game The reason I think alot of people have problems with this stuff is because it was really old
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 16th, 2006 at 7:42 pm PST
Balls dippled, Fill isn't that good, bounce off people allot
Have used these several times and the are better than wild streak but that is it, not the greatest ball if you want something that is going to break on people. I took one and bounced it on the street and it just bounced down the street like a rubber ball. The fill is a oily yellow fill, and the balls will also stick together had three stuck together that jammed up my halo. I also shot someonee three times and none broke.
If you want cheap paint go for it, but don't expect much else from them.
some many kinds of paint its not worth naming them all
2005 vision shocker red
Halo B w/ rip drive
68/4500 pure energy nitro
Dynasty M5 Board just got it!
freak system all american
freak stock barrels should be fine
Good shell pretty round.
Fill is crappy, sometimes dont break from a distance.
All right the first time i used these was when i didnt have enough money to buy a good case of paint to play with so i bougth these. First off these are the best paintballs i have ever used from wal mart and thats saying a lot. Now when i played with them i matched the bore size as best as i could and they worked great most of the time except for the odd shaped ball here or there. Really thr only problem i had with this paint is that when i hit someone i couldnt see it break and they could wipe it easily. Another thing is i was playing snake and i was shooting a guys side to pieces and by the time i finally found something hard on his body to shoot i was out of paint. Overall these are good for rec ball or practice but not much else.
These are fairly decent but i brighter and thicker fill would be nice to see. Only for rec ball or practice use.
14 inch j and j ceramic barrel
some random stock
14" J and J Ceramic Barrel
thats all i know for now...maybe a medium-large bore size
work awesome with a J and J
Hard to open container
Hard shell-hard to bust
These balls are made by Brass Eagle, so the stereotype is they suck.
Monster Balls are probably the best Brass Eagle makes (butthat isn't saying much)
They look awesome with their mettalic blue shell and yellow inside.
I find these balls hard to pop, though.
I find them pretty accurate because I haven't used many other kinds of balls.
Nice and cheap, too.
Medium-Large size barrels work fine.
These balls are for budjet paintballers, such as me.
If you have my marker setup (except for the stock) these balls are a must have.
I have a Tippmann 98c, so I can't tell how high or low the velocity is, but there is a perfect velocity on it combined with a J and J 14 inch and Monster Balls...once you get it here, you can shoot like a pro.
pmi super swirl, wild stripe, zap-the cheap ones, other walmart balls.
ion pro with freak jr. barrel viewloader evolution 2 with y-board, 48/3000 psi pmi nitro.
Cheap, shoot pretty straight, don't break in barrel.
Hardly ever break on people.
I bought these balls from my local walmart for around $30. For $30 they are a pretty good deal, they shoot decently straight and are pretty cool looking. However they hardly ever break on opponents. I have had people tell me I shot them but the paintball didn't break. These are good for messing around with friends or for target practice. But they are not good on the field.
don't buy these unless you are trying to save money or if you are messing around with friends. If you are playing for real buy some x-balls for ten more dollars.
PMI Big Ball, Wild Streak, Afterburner, Zap Extreme Sports, Scorch
20 oz Co2
12 In. Smart Parts All American
Double Trigger Kit
12 In. Smart Parts All American, 12 In. J&J Cerimac
Bust on contact
Well i dont like these paintballs at all. I got them at Walmart deciding to give them a try and uhhh. Ive had so many busts Ive had to check each paintball and see if it was weak. I hav a whole bucket full of bad paintballs. I bought 2000 and only used about 1000 cause all the others were bad.
Dont buy these paintballs unless your prepared to check each one and thats a big pain.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 25th, 2006 at 6:18 am PST