OK, so we?ve got a thing for red-shelled paintballs. Call it a weakness. We took our already great Scorch paint and made it even better. Visible Impact paintballs pack tournament-grade value into a field-priced paintball. Red shell/orange fill. Visible Impact comes out of your marker laser-straight, and always breaks on target with a heavy-bodied, bright fill. Of course, Visible Impact has a non-toxic, biodegradable fill and shell that washes off easily with just water. Did we mention all of our paintballs are made for us by ProCaps - the same folks that make the best paintballs in the world?
The Game Face Visible Impact Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
Gloss red '09 Mini
Halo w/ Empire B2 board
Definitely a Freak kit or Pepperstick kit.
Many different backs or inserts are needed.
I guess the bright fill.
Dimpled when you buy them.
Bright colors in clear hoppers.
Okay, being a pretty avid paintball player, I have used a lot of different paintballs. I didn't list them all up there because it's kind of hard to remember them all. I only used these paintballs for a very short period of time, back when I first started paintball. Because I thought that paintballs were all the same and the cheapest were the best, and that the more expensive brands were trying to scam you. I shot a Spyder Victor II. When I put these balls in and shot them, they went every which way, and even bounced off a pine tree from about 30 feet. I thought that was normal. To my surprise, the balls were always dimpled because they sat on the shelves for so long (at wal-mart). Later, when I became a little more aware of the pros and cons of the sport, I learned that dimpled paint is terrible, paint is supposed to shoot fairly straight, and it's not supposed to bounce. For me, visible impact did every one of these things.
I would definitely spend a few more bucks on some paint that actually shoots straight. I'm not rippin on pro-caps, they make great balls. But these are terrible.
cyclone feed system
dxs 20 oz tank
Chops little,no breaks
None yet except a little inaccurate
I think they're great cheep great for practice little inaccurate but that is not that big of a problem bright color fill they are speedball certified I really dont have anything to say about them 10$ for 500 use them for target practice i have got two bags and and no breaks they're available at walmart
Pretty tight grouping
Can get them at walmart
I got the pro tournament ones (they have 3 types Practice, pro tournament and woodsball) these were the cheapest type I wuz all worried and thot they were gunna be messed they were not. they were great they got were i wuted them to go it wuz awesome i would buy these anytime
14" Battle Stikxx
New Designz X7 / A-5 Power Tube with Delrin Bolt
12"Lapco Big Shot Apex
Riochet Low Profile Hopper
Small to Medium bore, works great with Flatline, not as good with the apex.
Visible Impact is the Best paintball in its price/quality range. I have been using this product for 2 years now. In this 2 year period I have never broken a ball, 99% of the time the ball breaks on impact, easy to see in the woods(if you are using the ones with the red/yellow caps), works great with smaller to medium bore barrels. I dont particularly like the pinkish almost white fill, I have a little trouble seeing it, it could be brighter. I recommend this paintball for recball only.
All i all this is a sweet paintball, its of good quality, its cheap, and you can buy it at you local wal-mart.
Viewloader Triton II
-12" JT USA carbon-fiber barrel
I have a .687 on my Cocker and they shoot very straight.
Not sure exactly the inside diameter of the JT, but they work well too.
Great fill thickness
None that I found...
Well, I've used exclusively Visible Impacts since I found them, and unless you are a serious speedballer, they will suit your needs just fine.
I suppose this really depends a lot on the barrel, but even through 3 different guns and 5 different barrels they were the same accuracy. I left a bag on my shelf for a few months and came back and played with them. Not a dimple. They retain their shape very well and fly straight. 5/5
These are pretty cheap, about $35 a case. For the performance you get, this is a bargain. 5/5
The fill in these balls is very thick and easily visible (plus it's hard to wipe). The shell is very good because it can bounce off the ground and still not explode. I've gotten a couple kills that way...overall, very good. 5/5
They fly straight, have a good, consistant fill, and store very well. No problems I have found in three years of playing with them.
Get these paintballs, you will not be sorry. At less than $40 a case, they are cheap and have the performance of higher end balls without the price. I would highly recommend these.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, March 14th, 2011 at 8:28 pm PST
Breaks in flatline barrel.
Breaks in packaging (biggest problem* see review below)
This paint had great reviews so i thought i'd try it out. I bought a case (2000) and in every bag of 500, there was one more more broken paintballs. this left a film over nearly all the paintballs remaining.
i tried my best to gently wipe off the rest with a paper towel and then i replaced the bag with a fresh one. so far, i was not happy, but still optimistic.
when i got to the field, i had paint break in my flatline barrel in the second round. since the flatline is not easy to clean and must be clean to perform, i changed it out with my J&J barrel. the J&J barrel did great with the paint, only a couple breaks in about 1000 shots. still, the film on the rest of the paint did affect my accuracy-- paint started to fade at about 70 feet.
overall, i was disappointed about the breaks in the packaging to begin with, and the thin paintball cover (which led to breaks in my barrels). I won't buy this paint again, mainly because my flatline needs top of the line paint, but i also don't want the hassel of cleaning broken paint right out of the box.
-Good Price if your on a budget
-Smell Bad (when old)
-Occasional Breakage in Barrel
Okay, i was playing some woodsball with some people from work, i needed cheap paint and fast, and since im in a city with no real paintball store i had to go to walmart, it was either these or monster there, and god forbid i use monsters, so i bought the impacts. During the entire time we were playing i went through maybe 1500 balls and only 1 broke in my barrel (this was before i bought the squishy paddles). The rest seems to shoot straight (those were with my first case). Now i just bought some more and alot more seemed to have dimples (so maybe i bought an old box or something like that) well anyways, ill have to see how they shoot with the dimples.
Buy them, just be wary of boxes that seem like they have been sitting on the shelf for a while
smart parts ion, dye ultra lite barrel, blackheart board, redz body kit, halo v35 with rip drive, 72 3000 pure energy tank
any with adjustable inserts
Cosistantly round easy to see (in air and breaks) cheap
Some bounces, mabey 5 per bag(500 a bag)no major problems
The visible impact paintballs are good quality paint. there not as good as evil or some of the more expensive paints, but it is definatly worth the $30 or $40 for a box of 2000. if you just play on the weekends and want a cheap but quality pait visible impact is perfect.
Visible impact are nice paint, and perfect for someone who wants a cheap paint but a good paint
Spyder e mr1
20 oz pure energy co2 tank
jj performance 14' ceramic barrel
piranha GTI plus rampage
20 oz co2 tank
jj performance ceramic barrel 14'
jj performance 14' ceramic barrel
These paintballs are very accurate
they have a very good fill
I have used alot of these and like two chopped out of about 1500 of them
The flight is pretty decent, visible impact paintballs flight really straight and they always break on impact
I have used these paintballs in winter and summer and were they were consistent and keeped on doing the job
These paintballs are good for anyone, novice to professional
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, February 27th, 2010 at 3:58 pm PST
Spyder Pilot 09
32 Degrees 14" Terminator barrel
Spyder Victor 09
Any barrel thats not on low-end model guns.
None, for a speedballer anyway.
These paintballs are amazing. The shell is very brittle, but not like glass, so it wont break in your gun. The fill is very thick, very hard to wipe off without water. I got these for Christmas, and I was like, "Wow, paintballs for Christmas... that sucks" but now i'm glad I got them. No chops, went through maybe 350 of them on my Spyder Pilot 09, and there was no paint in my barrel at all. Of course, eyes always help too.
The shell is metallic orange and the fill is a bright pink, which isn't bad for a speedballer, but may not be good for a woodsballer.