Black 04 cocker
48 3000 centerflag tank
red (i also have black shells for it) 12 volt revi
hmm well ive only tried it with my cp one piece that works allright
break on target
Well these balls are pretty good, though i prefer draxxus these arent bad. They break on target like they are supposed to. i dont have a barrel system so thats probably why its not super super accurate but its still good really accurate. I have a .689 barrel and that i think might be a little big. Overall i think draxxus rec sport are a little better but if this is their and theres not draxxus for the same price go ahead and get this paint
Get these their good balls and at 40 for a case it competes with all those other cheaper paints except draxxus rec sport.
'05 prostock autococker
'06 freak back, 16" all american front, .691 and .687 stainless inserts.
DYE rhino cover
DYE sticky 3 grips.
ricochet AK hopper
my J&J works fine
fit my barrel
I bought these at my pro-shop because they were cheap and I had seen a few people with them at my field. I used them and the seemed alright as far as accuracy is concerned. Then i came here and read the reivews. went to my paintball closet looked at the bag, low and behold all the balls on the bottom of half the bags had flat sides. WTF?!?!?! It has been sitting on the shelf for a week and they are flat. This really does not make me happy. I have two cases of paintballs that have flat sides of some of the balls. this is frustrating to say the least. I guess I will have to keep churning the bags around. other than that they are better than some of the other paintballs that I have seen, they are deccently round as long as you get the ones from on top. Now on to the accuracy test. these seemed accurate but only at close range. I was shooting at thing that I should have been hitting. anyway, if you really need paintballs and cant afford anything else then get these otherwise get dusk or something a little better for your money.
I would have given this stuff a better rating but then I discovered they flattened themselves. better than some of the other crap you can buy but still no the best.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, May 18th, 2006 at 3:23 pm PST
I have used:
-and some others
Smart parts ion with red body kit, custom barrel, pure energy nitro 48ci, viewloader evolution II with Z board
Works fine with almost every barrel.
-Price (like 35 bucks)
-Good for beginers and casual play
-Better than average paintballs
-Chops (guns without eyes)
-They lose their form
Remember you get what you paid for (Well not always...fortunately)
These balls are good for casual plays in which getting good paint isn't that important, because they are better that the average paintballs, and they are very cheap. The price is the main stength of these balls. But theyalso have a LOT of weaknesses, like the irregular form of their shape, a lof these paintballs have an eliptc form, which can and will cause chops. Bonus Balls also bounce a lot, i think that one or two of every ten balls fired will not break on contact. The accuarcy of the paintballs isnt such a big weakness, but anyway it isnt good at all.
If you buy these paintballs make sure to move them on their bag every day, so they don't lose their form.
Good paintball for casual play, but if ou want to play on a higher level try buying other paintballs.
ion(blue),45ci/4500 , stock barrell,12volt revie....ion is my back up now ..i use assassin .evry thing stock 48/3000 hpa ...12 volt rev
big bore paintballs work fine
These paintballs are verey good ...They cost 35$ and there just like torney paint ...The bag is the only flaw Its hard to open......Back to the Strengths ...They stay fresh for a long time .Evan whene not in a bag ..They have bin stitting in my pods for 3 months and they are still kinda hard there not squishy(after they get old you can sqeez them like a rubber ball)..I would reccomend these balls for tonament play too!