BSA red dot sight
armotech zeus g2
the list goes on and on
i used an evil delux pipe barrel kit with these paintballs. get the bore size right and they should work perfectly with any barrel
Once in a blue moon i had a stray ball
Alright i did a lot of testing when i setup my BSA red dot sight. by the time i was done setting up my sight i was shooting ball on top of ball....literally...at about 50 ft away. with an occasional (50-100 rounds) id shoot a ball that would stray 3-6 inches away from my original ball on top of ball shots...i was shooting a 1 1/2 inch pip with a peace of plywood behind it with white spray paint and black markings to measure for my sighting...no breaks....and i have a tendency to play with whatever is in my hands and i have to say...the balls hold up well when put under pressure and rolled around and heated up..etc...i didn't shoot it though, just took note it didn't break, no bounces noted....seemed to break under high pressure if applied quick enough (i did experiment trying to break the ball in my hand different ways) overall....this is the best paintball ive ever used....and cant wait till i get rid of this case of bullets so i can justify buying more inertia's
i give it a 9 for that 1ce in a blue moon stray ball.....if they could fix that, it would be perfect .
Best paintball ive ever used...and i got it for 40 bucks for a case at my local pro shop
all of procaps stuff (xball)
planet eclipse ego
The shells were perfect...thin shelled but not brittle. always broke...very consistent
Fill was somewhat dissapointing..too thin for a "tournament grade" paint
Like it says...i shot a few cases of this and was...ehh well, kind of impressed.
the shells are perfect..no dimples, always broke, almost perfect ball to ball consistency
however, the fill was quite a bit thinner than i expected...i honestly found the ramp fill (supposed to be a step down) to be just as thick. the paint did fly straight and did break well. one thing i noticed is that the lower end guns absolutely hate this stuff (tippmanns especially) every tippmann/spyder/other blowback i saw was completely shredding this stuff. oh well, this stuff is supposed to be a tourney paint and i have yet to see any tourney paint run through a blowback well
Overall, the paint was good. it did shoot well. however for the price, i saw no improvements over the empire ramp paint. and i do like xball better. so, honestly, its overpriced and even though its very good paint, i would recommend something else
my rating is a 8 for the paint, but a 6 for the price....so that comes out to a..........
Proto Matrix 05, Musashi M5 Board, CP Sling trigger, Funtion clamping feedneck, Function ASA on/off, Crossfire 68/4500.
Any barrel you want if the bores match
Thick fill (toothpaste consistency)
Breaks on impact
I picked up a case of this paint and could not believe how thick the fill was, and how thin the shell was. I put a few in my Halo and shot a tarp. Afer I had shot it I went to see if there were any paint did not break. Every shell broke and the paint was so think I could just scoop it off with my finger.
Then I tested for accuracy. I put my Proto on PSP Ramping 18. I did not have one break and every shot was ball on ball. I love the durability of this paint.
I then dropped off of my table in my kitchen and it broke on impact from about four feet.
In all I will never go back to Draxxus or any other paint but Empire.
Now after using another case, I have found this paint to be even better, I was shooting through a crack around two inches across and only hit the sides of the bunker twice. The guy stayed in but, the paint can't change a cheater, just find them
I love this paint, it is very consistent in size and very thick fill. I think this is one of the best paints I have ever used. Now I have found a thinner shell that will break from about two feet with no problem, and a thicker fill. New colors too.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, March 12th, 2006 at 6:24 pm PST