Tippmann® U.S. Army® high-grade scenario paintballs
Bright yellow environmentally friendly fill
U.S. Army® star and graphics on outer shell
Make your mark with these Tippmann® U.S. Army® high-grade scenario paintballs, designed with a sharp two-tone outer shell that features the U.S. Army® star and graphics. The environmentally friendly fill is a bright yellow color for high visibility.
The Tippmann US Army paintballs by tippman is newer, so it should be commonly available.
Tipman a-5 with response trigger, other wise stock. Spyder Pilot ACS with Fasta Hopper
Was the perfect bore for my stock Tippmann A-5
Bright thick fill. Flys true. No breaks.
Price maybe? $49.99/2000 at two different retailers.
Paint has a camo/U.S.Army shell and a thick, very bright yellow fill that is very difficult to wipe off. I shot a case with my Tippmann and a buddy shot another case with my Spyder & Fasta hopper and not one single break all day. There were very few bounces. I use a red dot sight and these balls fly straight to the dot every time, even at long range. When I got home and threw my clothes in the wash, it came clean with no lingering oder. This is my new favorite paint.
This paint is distribured by Tippman and manufactured by Procaps. I see Recon is also made by Procaps and is $10.00 cheaper without the U.S. Army logo and endorsment. I may try some of that.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 1st, 2009 at 7:21 am PST
Flatline (old style)
body mount 9x32 scope w/ amber flip up
Rufus Dawg wicked bolt
Rufus Dawg double trigger
"X"chamber -ya I run co2
JCS fully adjustable folding stock
any that they will fit. I only had a few break in my flatline, and it was rather cold and windy when I played.
Consistently round, hard to see shell, easy to see fill.
Overpriced and fill could be thicker.
I used these on a day when temps were between 53 and 62 degrees outside and they performed well. three of my teamates used them and we all had a few breaks but nothing out of the ordinary. The shell can be hard to see playing woods ball which is both good and bad. Good because your enemy wont see them coming and bad because it can be hard to see where your aiming. it was pretty windy so that didnt help. They were consistently round, we didnt find any bad ones in 4000 rounds.
the fill could be thicker but it is not runny, just not as thick as other paints I have used.
It is overpriced ($60) as I have had paint that performed just as well for around $20 bucks cheaper.
It is a good solid product. I will use them again, especially if I can find them cheaper. Id say and 8 out of ten. -1 point for fill and -1 for being overpriced.