50/3000 Worr Gas Tank
Viewloader Egg 3
( For These a used a gravity hopper)
A smaller bore would do you good
good for indoor use
cheaper than Reballs
jam in Egg 3
easy to lose
customer service isnt the best
These are really good to shoot in your basement at a pillow or something. If you're going outside with these even a slight breeze will make these even more innaccurate.
not as good as reballs, however they dont need to be washed as much, or lubed at all.
These are great to practice with, the "PRO" lazerballs are better, they fly straiter.
Buy these if your shooting at a pillow or something, not if you think they are going to make you go from noob to pro in 20 minutes
I just wanted to warn everyone to stay away from LazrBalls paintless paintballs. I ordered them and paid with PayPal. I received them in 3 months only after getting PayPal Fraud dept involved. They were crap. They wouldn't load from a halo or even fire. I contacted the company for a refund and again had to threaten them with credit card fraud before they would even answer my emails. "Johnny Robeson" promised a refund so I mailed them back the balls. Well as I figured, no refund. Now I have to try to get the credit card and police involved.
'05 Spyder Electra ACS
Empire 7 Piece Barrel kit
eVLution II w/ y-board
Trnity 7D front block
PMI 88/4500 w/ Empire Tank cover.
Jam in egg
Can't shoot fast.
Reusable- I mean you save soo much money with these
Price- cheaper than reballs by half the price
Foam- Foam not rubber so they dont hurt as much but a different foam than i thought at first(better).
Jam- These jam my egg up so you have to use a gravity feed
Slow shooting- You have to shoot these slow because they will jam your gun if you shoot really fast.
Overall i would say a good product and worth the money. from about 10 feet they put a whole in my couch. Still good to use for snap shooting you just can't rip with them. Good for target practice, and playing in basments with friends.
Bigger size than Paintballs.
No Fast Feeding in Hoppers.
I got these just to try them. They work fine in the gun but in the hopper is where the problem is. See i have a Evo II w/ Z-board and u know how fast they are. But with these, it loads like 6-8bps and w/ my Halo B like 12-14bps. So i don't know y but they are slow feeding. They are also bigger than regular paintballs.
If u have a slow gun then get these. If u have a fast gun, get Reballs. They are the size of paintballs, feed just like paintballs, and shoot a lot better that lazerballs
I was excited when I saw these up for sale. I live in the middle of town and there's not really a place to test my gun with paint so I thought I'd pick these up so I could test it in my basement.
I'll start with the positives. First, unlike the Rufus Dawg T-Balls, you can actually use these as substitute paintballs. This means that if you want to shoot each other with these then throw on some goggles and go for it. Second, unlike the Rufus Dawg T-Balls, you don't need to oil them, just throw them in your hopper and you're good to go.
Now the negatives. The first thing I noticed is that the lazerballs are smaller in diameter than a regular paintball. When I put one through my Big Shot it rolled right out, same for my PGP 2. Much of your accuracy in paintball comes from a good paint to barrel match. The fact that these were much smaller led to some crazy shooting.
The second problem is more of a marker specific problem. The Lazerballs are softer than a paintball. You wouldn't think this would be a problem but when you run them through a cyclone they won't feed. Instead they'll pinch the feeder arms. Which means if you're using an A5 you're out of luck.
These weren't what I was hoping for, but they were better than nothing. They're expensive so if you shoot them make sure you do so in an enclosed area so you don't loose them.