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.
9 ounce co2 tank and a viewloader 200 count hopper on a brass eagle tiger shark (up grading as soon as i get the money possibly to a tippman A5)
Only tested on one marker not sure.
Didn't get chopped
Didn't find any.
I tried stryker new formula paint and i kept getting 2 or 3 shots per pump even with one shot per pump it was difficult. visibl impact was the first paint i tried and i am most likely going to stick with it can't beat th price and the accuracy.
Giving it a ten and would reccomend it for anyone who is getting started or looking for some cheap paint.
Tippmann 98 with Rufus Dog power tube,Empire barrel kit, Extreme Rage Auto Hopper. And Tippmann Alpha Black Tactical E-trigger (still in testing stage)
Works great with stock barrle's and even better with Barrel kits.
Bright PINK paint! So it's hard for the cheater. Great quality for the price.
They are sometimes a pain to clean off your maker if your hit with them.
They are great for woodsball with the high visibility when your enemy is hit. I never have seem them coming at me until it was to late, then with the bright PINK color there is no doubt you've been struck. They are great for the price, about $39.00 bucks at Wal-mart. Dont buy the cheapo's because you do get what you pay for. I have used this paint for about 3 years, I haved tried other kinds when money was low and have been disapointed, and I always go back to them.
I recomend this paint for the weekend warriors,we have used it for a long time and it's been a great product.
Monster balls (HORRIBLE), Big Balls (MORE HORRIBLE), JT Tactical camo (ALSO horrible)
Enlarged Low Pressure Chamber
High Flow Adaptor Block
32 Degrees Magna Flow Valve
Evil Detenator Adjustable Regulator
J&J Ceramic Barrel
Halo B V35 Hopper
Delrin AC Bolt
Drop forward w/ on/off and macro line
CMI barrel and bigger low pressure chamber
Good consistency, straight, non-dimpled, cheap, easily avaible at wally world, rare breakage
none really. Don't always break
I've been playing paintball for almost a year and though I don't have that much experience I can say that the visible impact paintballs are the best bang for the buck out there. They flying very straight for a cheap paintball and usually have good breakage with them, but not always. Every now and then when I play I'll have one break in my Imagine when I'm really laying down fire but that is fairly rare (rare enough that I don't normally carry a barrel swap on the field with me anymore). But, I you could mostly attribute that breakage to the gun and that it would likey happen just as much with other paintballs.
I've tried more expensive paintballs, and yes some of them will shot a little striaghter and usually break more readily, but for the money and the easy availability of them you can't beat it. Nearly everyone we play with uses visible impact now and I'm very pleased.
Note: As far as breakage, I've only had that happen in my Imagine with the visible impact. Hasn't happened yet in my MRI (even with the Apex barrel) or my VS1
the best bang for your buck out there that I have found. Highly recommend
draxxus rec sport
a few other field paint's I cant remember the names of
Custom Black Spyder pilot acs
I used the stock and my 14" thunderpig
Pink Fill (so u know who u hit)
Shell color is easy to track
Some dimples and soft balls (not many) 2-3 % tops
Although some of the ball's do break and have imperfections it is not many at all. I use the paint at a byop field and feel it is worth the money. For $40 you can get 2000 balls at your local walmart wich is convinient and cheap. There are more accurate better paint there is no doubt about it. But for my use and the cost it's worth it.
Overall I would recomend it and use it again. Its accurate and reliable but most of all its cheap and convenient. I have found it just as good if not better than the field paint's I have bought for FOR $80-$100 A CASE. I dont play tornament so this paint is perfect for my recreational use and I am sure it will suit you as well. I dont recomend it for tornaments which is why it gets an 8 but its a 10 for rec ball.
Well im trying to find practice paints to sub for white box that is not accurate and gets a ton of bounces. the only place i have near me is wal mart, which sells this stuff for 38 a case.
it seems like teh paint is somewhat oval shaped. not perfect tourney paint round, but not horrible. it was .684 bore, and it shot decently accurate. more ccurate than the white box so thats a plus. it has a really bright fill which makes it nice to see. the fill was a super bright pink, but was pretty watery. the only thing keeping it from easily being whiped is teh bright color, that stuff is probably visible from across the feild easily.
as far as bounces, well ill update when i play more.
For 38 a case i really dont see hoe it gets better. any lower than 38 a case is either coming from a sponsor or its brass eagle garbage.
A VL Triton 2 with a 12" Stryker Carbon Fiber Barrel
Just about any barrel will work.
Easy to buy
Easy to see your mark
Comes off of most clothing
Breaks on leaves and such
Thats about it...
I've used these paintballs all of my paintballing career because they are pretty cheap, easy to buy, and almost always shoot straight. The only problem is when you are playing in thick cover and all you can do is spray your opponant because the balls won't reach them. I also forgot, when you store them for a while they start to smell, but it's really not that bad...
Overall a good ball and easy to buy.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, May 16th, 2008 at 3:56 am PST
M4 Assault Barrel
X-7 LP Hopper
Weaver Sight Rail
3 Point Gun Sling
CO2 Air Tanks
Anything exept the average 8" stock barrel
Won't Bust in Barrel
Good Amount of Fill
Shell's too Hard
Very Bright Colored
These paintballs are good for people who don't play too often and aren't hardcore players. These paintballs give away your position alot easier and don't always bust cause the shell is so blasted hard. Even though they fly strait and have a good amount of fill, what's the point if it doesn't bust and you only have a small chance of suprise and get 1 out of every 5 shots to bust.
They are alright but for the same price, you could get a much better quality paintball.
Spider Victor 2 stock.
Waiting for my Black Dragun compact to arrive.
they fit my barrel fine
but i hear you need a smaller bore barrel
High visibility fill
Breaks (on people)
almost no chops
wally world check the paint before buying
I went to Wal mart buy my Viewloader Force hopper, and i got these paint balls thinking they were gonna be useless wal mart junk. O was i wrong, they are high quality for a good price. They break on people not in your gun, the fill is VERY bright
and there are almost not chops or jams using these.
Brass Eagle Monsterballs
Kingman Spyder Pilot '05 w/ ACS
Empire ReLoader II
Pure Energy 3000 PSI 72 cu. in.
No hopper/barrel breaks
Single fill color
DO NOT STORE WELL!!!
Not legal in some parks
These are, as of current, my favorite balls. A friend showed them to me and I was skeptical to them, but now I love them.
No hopper breaks. I've never had one break in the bag, in a pod, in any barrel, or in a hopper. Never.
Splat well. I only remember them not breaking when I fire at inflatables about 150 ft away.
Thick fill. I could only ask for slightly thicker. But, it's extremely thick as is.
Price. They are $35 at my Wal-Mart, though more at others.
Availability. If they are in Wal-Mart, they have good availability.
X-Ball certified. Not that I care.
Show well. They're thick and bright pink. What else needs said?
Accurate. They go far and straight.
Single fill color. More would be nice. Something like neon green would be nice.
Storage. The shell melts if stored in heat. But, they retain their shape very well.
Not legal. I've been to two parks only that allow pink.
Get it if it's allowed at your favorite park. I see no other reason why not. I love them. I'll get them until I find something else better at about the same price.
I'd give it a higher rating if they stored better.
Check out my review on Game Face Recon paint for my test results.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 30th, 2008 at 1:41 pm PST
I bought these cheap from Wal-Mart $35 for a case when I got to the field and took them out of the bag I noticed a good 5% of them were broken or dimpled. They don't always break when they hit but they ARE accurate. The ones that aren't broken dont break in your barrel. They are a bright red color so If your a woodsballer you might get seen shooting with these.
Buy these if you just play once in a while. If your a more serious paintballer and you want decent paint for around the same price I suggest Big Ball.