Monster balls(worst thing since molded bread), stingers(pretty much the same), and dxs(better)
Spyder TL-R, or Tippmann 98, pretty stock guns.
Cheap, bright fill that won't wipe off easy
The fill is a pain to clean, Not that accurate
I bought this at Dick sporting goods for a game this past sunday. I did get a few chops, and it didn't always fly straight, but I paid 35 dollars for it so I'm ok with that. The balls always broke on target, which is a great plus. And the balls didn't hurt too bad when they hit you, acording to my little 10yr brother(first time on sunday).
Overall, A decent paint, it performed fine, and I'm happy with it. I would recommend this for people trying to save money, or who are loaning out paint to little brothers.
The Inertia's are great for generally hyperball, woodsball, airball. Mostly break on target and not in the barrel. However, when i first opened my case, i noticed small dimples on some [not many] balls. When i first shot inertia's it was decently accurate, and never jammed or broke in either my hopper or gun. I was looking at the ball i noticed the texture was not smooth and shell was thick. Different than other balls i've played with.
I would recommend this paint to the recreational players who like to save an extra 20 bucks on paint. Never jams, usually breaks, and won't make a whole in you're wallet. Good for shooting past small branches in woodsball too.
Paintballs is paintballs, but along the lines of nightmare, and better than skirmish field paint
Tippmann 98 Custom
I use this paint with a group of friends who play rec ball in the woods. Combined We've shot a couple cases and only 4 broke because a goofball was shooting way too hot. I have yet to see a chop, but they break nearly every time, including from long distances. For 35$ a case this is an affordable and reasonably good paint great for woodsball and just messing around out in the bush. I've seen a few dimpled paintballs but for the most part their nice and round and fly straight.
I haven't tested it with a rifled barrel or flatline, but like i said, even at extreme distances they like to break on you.
Great for recreational Players who are on a budget. It breaks consistently and doesn't chop, 9 out of 10 just cuz theres better stuff out there too.
- Keeps forever
- Good for woodsball
- Never oily
- Sometimes bounces
- Doesn't fly like some of the more expensive paintballs
Inertia (once known as stinger) is a great, cheap, paintball for woodsball. I say woodsball because this paint is strong enough to tear through brush, and hit the player hiding behind his "impenetrable" bush. But with good there is always bad, this paint is good for woodsball! not for speedball, or urban woodsball maps. This paint flys like a retarded pelican at times, by this I mean those couple of odd balls that like to go and hit the guy that is beside you ( no matter what team he is on, sorry Konner!). And because of its trailblazing ability this paint will bounce at times. Although its bounce-to-break ration is stunning compared to that of Monster Ball. Ugh... just mentioning that name bring back painfull memories, and my endless rants to newer players who think that monster ball is good.
This paint is cheap and perfect for Woodsball players
They looked good but when i opened them there was mosture in the bag. I should of taken them back but i didnt. They did not break on my opponets they only broke on pavment it was like i was shooting marbles. i ened up usein some of my friends impact paint the rest of the day. these paintballs were the worst i ever use even wild streak was better
tippmann 98c A.C.T, stock barrel, 200 round pmi gravity hopper, pure energy 20oz c02 tank, basic stock stuff that came with the 98 (im a total novice, dont rub it in)
anything really, idk, only shot through my 98 stock barrel
No breaks in bag
Fill could be brighter
I picked up a 1000 of these for $20 at my local dicks sporting goods, i opened them up and they were all in fine shape, no dimples or breaks. I then shot one of the bags in the woods in my back yard. they flew relativly straight , then splatted nicely, basicly they acted just like what you would expect a good quality paintball to act like. The only thing was that i found the fill slightly hard to see, but that was from 20-30 feet back on a tree in kind of low light. I did also notice that the fill was quite thick as i ran my finger across it, slightly less thick than toothpaste or pudding or something like that.
overall great paintballs, no probs watsoever, plus pretty cheap, fill could be a little brighter.
Stock Spyder electra 08 w/empire reloader b and 20oz. co2 tank
Spyder sonix back-up.
Become fragile in cold weather
I needed some paint to play the next weekend so I bought a case of these for like 30 bucks. I didn't expect much but they were actually good. I was shooting accurately 100+ and had no chops. The fill was bright and actually very difficult to wipe off. Also, the shell was thick enough not to explode in your gun but was fragile enough to break on soft targets.
After playing that day, I had like 500 balls left. So the next weekend, I go use the rest of this paint before using any other stuff. It was cold so the paint became fragile. (I live in Indiana so the weather is kind of random, warm one weekend, cold the next) Instead of playing I was cleaning my marker.
Besides that, the paint was the best I have used for the price.
I would recommend this paint for rec play and practice. Just don't use it in cold weather because it becomes too fragile.
Supersoft Spring (brand unknown)
Custom Parts Clamping feedneck
14 Inch Smart Parts Progressive
Gangstar Vlocity JR w/ Ultrasoft crown
95% of the time they break on impact
Never have broken in my barrel
None that I can think of.
Amazing paint. I bought this for 35$ a case at "Dick's Sporting Goods" at the local mall
I am very happy with this paint and i pick it over anything
Polar ice is a comparable paint, althought it is soft, it is very bouncy. Inertia is not very soft but does not bounce like monsterballs
they dont hurt terribly much either, and they have never bounced off me. If you are shot in the top of the head, they are hard and dont have that crisp shell other paint does and hurts a great deal more than Diablo Heat.
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3000 psi pure energy nitrogen
VL evolution 3 hopper
I would not recommend these paintballs! though they are relatively cheap and available at Dicks Sporting Goods, which is convenient, i have had nothing but problems with the cases i have come across. Most if not all balls in the case will be dimpled. some may say this isnt too big of a deal but for a little more if not the same price you can get another brand which is not dimpled, so why settle for these? The last case i bought was a complete mess. I had to throw all 2000 away...none were keepers. in two of the four bags of 500 there were severe dimples and deformities throughout the bunch. in the other two bags there was a mass of congealed paintballs, something i have never seen before. all the paintballs were stuck together in a block, damaged heavily. i can post pictures if people dont believe me haha i have never seen anything like it! though it was kinda cool it was a complete waste of a case of paint and my money.
I would not recommend these paintballs to anyone. if you must buy paint at a store such as Dicks, i would recommend the x-ball paintballs, i have had good success with them but i have not bought more than 1000 of them, so im no expert on them.
ETek Ego, Cure Bolt
Shocker SFT, AA barrel blue front, Check-It Unimount, Q-lock, Blackheart
Vloctiy JR Virtue'd
Any .693 barrel because the bore is .693.
I went to Dick's Sporting Goods to go get some paint since I figured they would have some better paint than wal-mart. I bought some Inertia for $35 a case. Upon opening and inspecting the box at home, I noticed most of the paint was dimpled and oddly shaped. I was disappointed, but who knows how long that paint has been on the shelves. Shooting it on the field I only experienced one barrel break out of half a case, thats pretty good considering the paint was deformed and dimpled. It actually shot pretty accurately too, I was impressed, the paint shot well dimpled. I will update the review when I get a good case of this paint.
Its ok paint to use when it is dimpled. Hopefully I can pick up another case that will have fresh paint in the box. Get it if you don't want to use garbage wal-mart paint. It does the job and breaks on target.