BT4 Assault w/ magazine expansion chamber and gravity feed hopper
Highly visible when breaking
Can be hard to trace (depends on playing field)
I started using this paint about six months ago. Before that, everything else was going all over the place. Since I've started using this paint, I've only had a break when I'm firing to fast. I find it amazingly accurate. Where I buy, it's $50/case, which I find worth the price for the quality of paint.
Definitely worth paying the price for. I've actually shipped out of the States just so that I could use this paint.
Tippmann 98 custom, flatline barrel, cyclone feeder, adjustable CAR stock, Red dot scope, and a RT
I use a Flatline
A very camoflagued skin which enables a very sneaky shot.
A very very hard paintball to trace after firing.
I heard about this type of paintball from acouple of my friends. Since i'm a sniper i thought it would be a good product to buy since its camoflauged, i thought it was a cool feature. Upon use of the product i determined that it is nearly impossible to trace after a shot especially from long range. It also has a very think shell which causes a problem with breakage.
I Recommend that people try before using them and or if they buy a box, maybe toss in a bunch of bright colored paintballs to use as tracer rounds
Spyder VS3 with viewloader eVLution II Y- board.
MR2 with reloader B and red dot scope.
i use a J&J ceramic 14".
Consistant and fresh.
Lasted through the night and sill performed well.
Got this paint at NJ NAM this year and it was
good paint i thought.Consistant.
No breaks in the bag.
Seemed very fresh so-to-speak.
Good stuff for a reasonable price i would say.
Bla bla bla this is just to take up space.
Pay no attention please this is just bull****.
Oh my how much am i going to have to tpe to get this thing poted.
Under $60 is a deal.
Anything over $70 is a rip off as far as i'm concerned.
98 custom,20"J&J Ceramic,Maddman springs,Ben Tippmann Sealed Bolt System,Psycho ballistics star fire bolt,Dye Stickies 3,DOP aluminum power tube,Cyclone feed,darkHorizon Titanium lite Hammer,Palmer Pursuit Regulator,Special Ops Fixed stock,Bob Long mini gauge,Pro-Team Tac Cap,Lapco Mock suppresor
J&j Ceramic,any CMI barrels
Camo,great accuracy,fairly priced
None for now
I bought these when my local pro shop was out of origin bootcamp,so I gave these a shot I like the camo shells because on my team I play sniper,therefore I am always on the lookout for the best paint with a good dark shell.I tried JT Tactical's but after two cases of crap I decided to throw in the towel on that one,but these they never let me down.No breals good thick fill marks well and flies straight what more could you ask for.as for me its about as good as it will get for us woodballers.
Awsome for woodsball,not reall tourny grade,but close,
My local park uses these things. They are awesome. I have a membership and there's a $20 coupon, so these are the best $45 a case paintballs I know of. REALLY GOOD ACCURACY! They are hard to find, so buy 1-3 cases each time you see them. . . . . . . . . . .. . .
They are hard to see in the woods when it's dark, but the paint shows up really well.
karnage/nitro ball/pmi stingers/differant off brands
smart parts ion with/j@j ceramic barrel/ lapco feedneck/cp roller blade trigger/sp qev/
pyscho ballistics z drop forward/72ci 3000psi pmi tank/evo 2 egg loader/
j@j ceramic/stock ion barrel
accurate/price/Breaks well on target not in barrel.
I didn't find any
I would recommend to anyone.I got it because my local store did not have my regular brand in stock that i use.It also fit my barrel correctly.The guy sold it to me for 40 bucks a case to match the price of my regular paint that i buy. If you can find it at a local shop give it a try you won't regret it.
I would use the J@J barrels and the stock ion's. These barels should do fine.
WGP Autococker: Freak barrell system with insert.
Armotech WG-65, 8 inch barrell, mock silencer, delrin bolt, bi-pod
the freak system with inserts work great
Accurate. Hard to tell where the shots are coming from
Hard to follow in flight. Camo is too good...
I got these and thought they were really cool looking. But found them hard to track if you're looking to aim by following your shots. Also for some unkown reason, I got grey fill. DO NOT BUY GREY FILL. It is very hard to see if you have hit someone and spend time arguing about it. My mistake though not the paints..
Camo does it's job. Too good. Great if you're an expert marksman and can hit people easily. Don' t break in marker
Marballizers; PMI All Stars; PMI Premium; XBall Gold
Shocker Vision; Smart Parts SP8; Smart Parts ION; Tippmann A-5
Dye Ultralight; Tippmann Flatline; Smart Parts All-American
The camo design looks cool and they don't break in the marker.
They are difficult to find in stores and online.
I'll say it again: they look cool. They are sturdy enough to be fired through a Flatline barrel and they regularly break on contact. They are also reasonably priced. It is difficult to find them so, when you do, buy a few cases. A store associate told me that the PMI Premiums are the same as the PMI Combat 68's, except with a different shell design.
These are dependent paintballs and they provide a good value for the money.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Spyder TL-R, Tippmann A-5 w/ Allen Rifle Sling
Can't see where they fly
I bought this paint at the store and it cost me $65 a case. I was shocked, but I wanted it. These rounds gave me the tatical feel. When I went paint-balling in New Jersey a couple weeks ago, and when I fired these rounds at the chronograph, they were so accurate and I could see what I hit because the fill is a bright orange.
When I was on the field, and I pulled the trigger, they did not chop, espically when I pulled that trigger like a machine gun.
The camoflauge is good for the environment. There are three kinds of patterns. Jungle (green, brown, black), Urban (gray, white, black), and Desert (tan, dark borwn, light brown). The thing that I do not like about this paint is that when you shoot it, you cannot see where they are going. The reason is because they are camoflauge (duh).
The box has a lot to say, too. The cool-looking box looks like it just came out of the war-zone.
It is worth the $65 and it is a must buy!
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 6th, 2006 at 12:29 pm PST
'95 Automag, bone stock, '03 Autococker, bone stock
Freak Kit, JnJ Ceramic
No breaks all day, accurate, camoflauged, good orange fill
Hard to trace in flight
My buddy and I each got a case of these last weekend at the West Point Military Scenario game. It was rainy and cold all day. We were soaked but had a blast. Our barrels were saran wrapped to keep the rain out.
Despite the weather this paint performed surprisingly well. My friend had a Tippmann 98 with a JnJ Ceramic and I had my Automag with my Freak Kit, using the green insert.
Neither of us had a break all day. The paint shot straight, with a few straying off, but in the rain what do you expect? The fill was thick bright orange, real messy.
The shell of this paint is actually camouflaged. In clear pods it won't scream, "Hey, my camo outfit is awesome, but look at the huge harness of bright paint on my back!" Too many times I've spotted players across the field based solely on their huge harness of bright paint on their backs, but not with this stuff.
Weakness, it was hard to trace in flight. For me and my friend though, we aim with the sights anyway, so this was not a weakness for us. But for those of you who like to walk your shot line in you might want to stick with a brighter shelled paint. It is a weakness for your opponent though, because it is hard to tell which direction the balls are flying towards you from.
Good paint, I would buy it again, and am glad I have some left over to use at home. I would use this paint for woodsball and scenarios when available. Seems like it would be a snipers dream come true for choice of ammo.