One of the most unique designs ever imprinted on a Paintball. Marballizer has a thicker and brighter fill than Premium Paint which makes it harder to wipe and easier to see from a distance when it breaks. Marballizer was the first tournament paintball ever developed and has been our best selling tournament ball ever since.
The RPS Marballizer Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
Brass Eagle Paintballs - worthless
Diablo Dusk- ok, still get some breaks though
JT Carnivors- much like the Dusk
PMI Premiums- Pretty good paint, available at Wal-mart
Anarchy- Excellent paint, compares closely to Marbs
Sheridan XTS, J&J Ceramic barrel, bottum line, PMI elbow, VL 200 ct hopper, fiber optic site
Secondary: Brass Eagle Stingray II, BE upgrade barrel, red dot site, quike pull pins
About any barrel should work, they work excellent in my J&J Ceramic
-very little or no breaks
-i've found no weaknesses to this paint
This is the best paint I've used, I've never had a break with this paint in my marker. I can get this stuff, $20 for a box of 500, which is pretty reasonable for me. RPS makes quality paint. I'd recomend you'd spend just a little more, set aside the Wal-Mart stuff, and get this paint. You won't be dissapointed!!
I found this to be excellent paint! Buy this paint!!
OMFG: these balls rock, you will know where they go, very accurate
um, cost $5 more for then others (500 count), worth it
These are the best paintballs i ever used. only 1 out of 50 or so went a little to the side, rest went where i wanted them to go, nice thick green paint stands out alot, I shot about 200+ rounds no ball brakes, pulling that trigger fast as i can and no problem.
Conclusion????, get in your car, take a plane, ride a boat, walk, crawl, jump to ya near supplier and get them, you be happy with them
Tippmann SL-68(for tournament), Brass eagle marauder(for forestball and backyard play)
Umm good ones...
They are very durable,
Dont break in the barrel,
occasional lopsided one so its kinda inacurrate.
They are very great for forest ball cause broken branches can sometimes get in the way and bust your paintballs but these usually go strait through and it my target. They have cool color filling so you can notice more what you hit. they are not too expensive either, I bought 2000( 2 boxes of 1000) for like $40, so they arnet that expensive compaired to Diablos.
These Paintballs are probably the cheapest high quality paintballs you can find.
this is a really good paint. i never had one bust in any gun i was shooting
the shell is really tough so it doesn't break when you hit people sometimes
its also somewhat pricey but you get what you pay for
overall it is a really good paint
good paint. i don't like getting hit with it because it hurts like crazy . it is a good paint though
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, May 16th, 2003 at 4:11 pm PST
i really like these paintballs...they have a thick shell, but not so thick that they dont break when you shoot at people. the shell is dry and not oily like JT or brass eagle...they dont curve at all...they fit most barrels really well.......they come in a lot of colors and the fill is really bright. they shell looks cool...i know that doesnt really matter but oh well....
really good paint. im giving it a 9 just because its way overpriced.
i have an autococker (2003) with a ironmen series boomstick with a cp flame drop forward and a nitro tank. also a 12 volt hopper.
i would the boomstick and the freak barrel.
they are accurate and shoot awesome. i love them
i could not find any at all.
this is an awesome paint to have. they shoot great and break almost every time( on your opponents that is). i love this paint and would never use another kind. i have never had a problem with them. me and my team use them all the time. we dont use any other. so if you have not tried these try them because you will love them.
use these and you will fall in love as well. they hardly ever break and we dont want ball to break(in your barrel that is). and they are tough.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, May 1st, 2003 at 9:32 pm PST
Spyder Compact 2 in 1 Java Edition, 16 inch CMI Tru Flite barrel, 32* remote system, 14 oz CO2, Macro bottom line, View Loader 200 hopper, 32* Elbow (woo hoo!)
Pretty much any. These balls rock!
No ball breakage in barrel
Perfect shell thickness
A little expensive
I've never bought a case of these balls before, but I've tested my friend's ones, and they are SO AWSOMELY GOOD!!!! I've had no breakages in my barrel, and they're accurate, and don't curve off in all directions. They're so cool. I've heard that El Tigre and Slam and all those RPScherer paintballs. I think that the only difference is the bore size. So yeah. Buy them. They're so good!
BUY THEM!!!! (Or buy El Tigre, etc... depending on your bore size.) They're really good, and they're accurate, and they're definately worth the little amount of extra money that they cost.
Spyder 2000 200 rd. hopper 2 12 oz Co2 tanks AN ELBOW WOO HOO (lol) bottom line. CP barrel
really anything with the right bore size will work extremely well.
Only breaks on opponent, no dimples, very accurate, extremely consistant batches.
They are on the pricy side, but i still suggest them all the way.
Wow. My accuracy with my old paint was so-so. Then I got Marballizer (ahhh, strumming harp and "rainbowish" sound) UBER ACCURATE! UBER CONSISTANCY! UBER EVERYTHING THAT YOU WANT IN A PAINTBALL. If i was a profesional, i would use this. Trust me, this paint is great. I was shooting it out of a stock barrel too! this really bowled me over. i never expected the paint too be this good. and you cant wipe it either. Go. Buy. Win.
Some of the absolute best paint on the market. As I said above, Go. Buy. Win.
RPS gator black (I haven't seen them on the internet, but a guy on the RPS website told me they still manufacture them, and I bought them at my local store) -- they were very good, even though i used them after they sat around for almost a year
El Tigre, also very good
Viewloader paintballs --I bought a case of 2000 and they were very bad, maybe I'll write a separate review for them later. I'll just say that only about 1000 of them made it out of my gun barrel without breaking. Not fun....
Several other cheap, unknown brands
'99 F4 Illustrator, running on CO2, with Dye Aluminum 12" barrel
Supposedly they work the best with smaller barrels, but the accuracy seemed very good with my Dye Aluminum, which is supposed to be a medium bore.
Obviously, a boomstick would be good, but if you don't have the money, maybe a CP small bore barrel.
-break on target
-don't break in gun
-a tad more expensive
-you'll never be satisfied with lower quality paintballs again
I bought a case of 2000 about 2 months ago, and this weekend my brother and I used most of them at the field. The case cost $55 plus tax, which was in my opinion a very satisfactory price. When I bought viewloaders a few years back, it only cost $30 bucks for a case, but after I used them I realized that they weren't even worth $10. From then on, I've bought high quality paintballs, usually RPS.
This was my first box of marballizers, and I was totally satisfied. The fill is pretty bright, even though I had the green ones, and the fill is pretty hard to wipe (as if any paint is hard to wipe). I didn't have a single ball break all day, and I probably used 800 balls or something like that. My gun is also usually pretty hard on paint, especially if I use cheap paint, but it worked fine with these. They fly very straight, and they break on target unless you're shooting at very long range.
Marballizers are awesome! RP Scherer definitely makes top-notch products, and these are the best of the best in my opinion. Some might say they are too expensive, but after my experience with cheap paintballs, I'm willing to pay the price. I have to say, no paintball is totally perfect, but these are the closest I've ever seen, so I give it a 10.