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.
16'' Smart Parts Linear Barrel
20 oz CO2 tank
32 Degrees Remote w/Slide Check
The one i have
-None so far
***All Of My Reviews Are Edited And Re-edited***
I have used Draxxus Midnight Paintballs, and teh only difference between these and those is that the Midnight cost more. I bought a 500 pack of these and test shot them, no dimples, no breaks in barrel. I previously thought i had to get a new bolt because my paint kept curving like an apex barrel. As soon as i started using these, there was very little curving, about 1for very 100 curved. The reason why these paintballs are comparable to Draxxus Midnight is because they are both made by the same manufacturer, Procaps Paintball.
I say don't get them, so I can buy them all!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 13th, 2007 at 12:55 pm PST
This paint is great. The paint is very cheep, and you can get them at walmart, probably the best kind you can get there. At least in my region. The review-just look above. But overall a great ball to shoot at people while paintballing. This paint is good and good and good.
Spyder Mr1 with 14 inch J&J ceramic barrel with a machine gun shroud over it, M4 stock and new internals.
Stock Spyder mr3 with a Evlution 3 loader
(Backup)Sonix pro with 12 inch J&J ceramic barrel, 32 deggres drop forward and new internals
J&J ceramic barrels...haven't broken a ball yet...8 cases...
Bright pink fill, no dimples, hard shell
Red shell, but it will be too late before you see it coming
Awwww man this paint if in the top 5 on my list...this is good stuff...they break on impact and have a bright thick pink fill, unless you get the red fill, but i like the pink...i tested these and got hooked, laser straight accuracy, and a great buy for only 38 and some change...i usually get 4 thousand of these when i go play cause man i love this paint...you have to try it...i haven't broken any of these balls since i last posted this review...for a wal-mart product i recomend impact paint...all the rest of their paint is cheap and has dimples...go with Impact and you'll be doing yourself a favor!
Great paint for the price...40 bucks...and man did i mention it's sold at walmart...so any person can get to it...great stuff...no problems for me yet...nice!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, April 12th, 2007 at 10:46 am PST
Spyder Electra, freak barrel, Egg 2 ,Pure energy Nitro Tank and thats it
i was using stock barrel and it worked just fine,
get them at walmart
dont break all the time, only a FEW dont
This paint is cheaper, has bright fill, shoots straight, and you can get it at walmart. What more could you ask for!!!!! The only thing bad about it is that it didnt pop all the time when i would shoot at a bunker, but the bunker wasnt really aired up all the way so its not really that bad.
This product is good and way cheaper than buying $50 paint that isnt much better, but im gunna have to give it a 9 because no paint is perfect.
This were the first paintballs i ever used. they are accurate but not extremely accurate. the color is easy to see but when i bought them i thought they were red but came out to be pink which is ok. i only got them for five dollars so their not expensive.
I do recommend this balls i think their pretty good not the best but pretty good.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, January 16th, 2008 at 4:38 pm PST
When i first bought these paintballs as schorched, i loved them. They were the first paintballs i had used and i thought that they were amazing. What is there not to love? It is very accurate breaks on contact not in your barrel and its got a very visible pink fill.
These paintballs are amazing. i love them and will always buy them.
Not 100% accurate
Not 100% consistant
At various fireing distances and attack patterns, this round proved to be very dependable. At singel and rappid fire (as fast as I could pump the trigger), the Impact's took everything I could muster up. Not a singel break, and patterns at 35ft and 50ft were well within 5 inches (or less) of each other (using the 14" J&J). The fill was better then the other brands I used. THICK BRIGHT PINK! And it doesn't wipe easily either. The shells are rather hard but I had no bouncing issues. I even tested them with the velocity screw turned down and they still broke at 50ft. Great round.
If you want a dependable round that's cheap and you don't need super accuracy, this ideal. Great paint!
Monster Ball, Empire Bullets, Zap rec grade, field paint
Spyder Classic with 72/3000
Cheap price, good visibility, good fill, good form
Shell was a little tough
My original intention wasn't to buy this type of paint, but I was moderately pleased with it's performance. I planned on going with the cheap old Monster Ball, but the store was out so I bought these hoping it was a good brand. I didn't find any busts in the bags so that was a plus, most likely caused by the somewhat thick shell. This paint flew very well, it had some curving but that was not entirely the paint. I did notice I had a LOT of bounces, pretty frustrating, but I wasn't the only one so it's understandable. Overall this is a pretty good paint for the price, a lot better than monster ball or that other cheap paint you'll find, the fill was good and didn't stain like some paint. The fill was also pink opposed to the seemingly more common low grade yellow fill, and is very bright. I'm not saying this is the best paint I've played with or shot through my gun, but it's probably the best you'll buy from Wal-Mart. My only real complain is the thick shell, you will almost undoubtably have a few bounces from anyone further than 15-20yards. I noticed this a lot myself, and most of the people I played with used the same paint, needless to say there were bounces all around.
A moderate brand of paint, good accuracy, nice fill and color, good size consistancy and form. Only thing that hurts this paint is it's hard shell, be warned if you buy this paint, the paint will bust on the marker hopper and tank and mask, but not always on the body.
1) a-5+e-grip+multiple barrels
2)dm4+shockteck trigger+pipe kit+evolution II
both run off pure energy 68/45,s
I think around .690; they seem to be medium bore size
Its budget paint
This is budget paint so performs poor compaired to other higher quality paint, but for the price it is good. This is the paint That I plan on using in the woods for rec ball. My old rec paint of choice was scortch. This is basically like its big brother. In my opinion it has a slightly stronger shell than scortch(less breaks) but seems to break on target just as well. I asume that they made the shell thicker and more brittle. There is no huge difference between scortch and Impact, but There is between them and other "Wall-mart" paint.
If your just playing some cassual rec ball, use 'em. If your playing for real use higher quality paint.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 18th, 2007 at 9:53 am PST
Bight shell good for guns w/ eyes
This paint used to be called scorched changed it to impact. "xball certified." its not bad paint, its cheap, breakes well, nice bright thick fill, bright shell. what more can u ask from a ball.
not enough words so ill just BS till i get to the 50 word minimum which is right about now