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.
perty much all rps/pmi paint diablo BE zap winchester 32* nelson econoball kick'n and proll sum others i shoot everything
spyder tl plus 14 inch all american barrel drop forward aci 6 stae ex chamber 9v revvy
i shot it out of the AA great but i found all barrels work good
they dont break in my barrel very bright fill u can see it from far away very hard to wipe which is good unless u wipe i hate people that wipe very drie not any oil on the shell
there is int really that many bad things about this paint the only thing i dont like aout i is that it only comes in 2 colers gator green and colbalt magenta
i love this pant i think ot is the best paint made except all star all stars are sweet i really recomend this paint to anyone whether you play rec ball or you pla in the big tournaments i recomend either marbalizers or all stars
but all the other rps paint is awsome aswell
big ball, polar ice, el tigres, slam all of those are RPS 32 degrees team colors and compitition Brass eagle, zap, anarchy, pmi stock, pmi premium
Tippmann 98 with a flatlinebarell,rocketcock Bruizer wiseguy w/ boomstick
flatline, boomstick, tippmann stock, dye excell, and anything else that is small bore
hard shell, bright, the straighest shooting ball ever, they dont wipe off, they will shoot great out of any small bore barrel, hurts to get hit, they have almost no seam, it doesn't affect the accuracy at all
when it gets cold outside they get brittle and break, so play with them in warm weather, ofcourse then you can just buy RPS polar ice, other than that there is nothing wrong with them
best ball to buy, I've used it for a year, it is top of the line, you can find them most anywhere stop by your paintball retailer and pick some up
The paintballs have almost no seam. They are very round, not too many are misshaped. I have shot about 1000 shot with no barrel breaks. Very thick bright green fill. They break on contact very well. They are one of the coolest looking paintballs out there. They don't curve or jump up or down. They shoot very straight. They shoot well in fairly low temps. (around 40 degrees)
I can think of nothing bad about these paintballs.
These are great paintballs that are very competitively priced. (I've found these for $65 shipped at several online stores). They are definitely worth the extra few bucks.
1.RPS All Stars (paint I always use now)
2. RPS Premium (good paint for rec player because of price)
3 RPS El Tigre (I didn't have a good experience with these, I don't reccommend)
1 2002 Impulse
2 Phyco Ballistics DF
3 Delrin Bolt
4 Blade trigger
5 clear 12 volt revvy
6 20 oz anti siphon on/off valve tank
7 hogue wrap around 1 piece black grips.
8 freak barrel (for my bday hopefully ) April 15th
9 RPS PAINT or DIABLO
Freak (reccommended with any paint, this is the best barrel in the world).... Any Smart Parts barrel, or a Boomstick or maybe a BOA barrel.
This is a great paint. It flies straight, long, and great fill (very bright). But where I play speedball I want them to break more consistently. Also you can't use this paint with the vision board in the IMPULSE :( . But this is great paint for anyone playing rec ball or anyone using a high pressure gun because they are ALOT harder than All-stars and Hellfire. I can find them pretty cheap $49.00 from a website I found :).... so that's a plus, but i will pay 55$ more all stars any day of the week. Or for competition 64$ for the hellfire..
thanks for looking at my review
Dax Adkins ------ Team JR FREAKS out of WV (3man team)
Not much I can say. If you spill this on concrete you better hurry and clean it up. Because it stains concrete or carpet. They are a little hard but they dont ever break in the barrel like Brass Eagle Crap. I like to use these for rec play because of the long range and it not busting on little tree limbs.
Im going to give them an 8 because they are good but not great. 2 Paintballs arebetter...... All stars and Hellfire.!!! so i subtract 2 paint from 10...
Premiums, Big Ball, Super Swirl, El Tigre, Viewloader, Brass Eagle (oh boy)
Green Spyder Xtra with Smart Parts Stainless Steel barrel. Polished Bolt and striker with venturi removed, trigger job (3mm, orgasmic) PMI Pure energy 48cu 3000psi, 20 oz C02 (one for warm days, one for cold)
They shoot well through stock, they shoot VERY well through aftermarket.
If your barrel is .688-.690 bore size then they'll fly very nicely.
-Literally NO imperfections, I checked!
-Very bright fill (I tried green, the cobalt has caught my interest actually...)
-Flew wonderfully straight
-If people ask you what you use you can say Marbs
-Decently hard shell
Only a few things
-Shell wasn't as hard as I like, I like extremely hard-shelled paintballs
-A little bit expensive, but not that bad $50 a case isn't a bad price in my eyes...
-The seams can be a little hard on the eyes, but that's no biggie.
These paintballs really are all that they're cracked up to be, I was skeptical, but now I'm not, they are Extra-freaking-ordinary! To be perfectly honest though, I prefer Super Swirls over Marbs because they're basically the same, except marbs are brighter, and super swirls are harder. I usually shoot someone more than once when I'm playing so I don't really mind a hard shell, in fact it's nice so they won't break in a high pressure gun... but that's just personal preference, SUPERB paintballs!
pro ts g3, coiled remote, dye excel, 12 oz tank, 9v revvy
the excel was okay, but the stock barrel on my pro worked really well
everything, i used them yesterday in a battle here in ohio and we had, no joke or exageration, 55 mph wind gusts, i wont lie and say they didnt curve cuzz tehy did, but teh real beauty was htat none of them out of the case broke in my barrel even after i walked through a creek and totally submerged my gun when i tripped on a branch, awesome paint, no breaks in barrel
well nothing, a lil pricey bu u get what u pay for
the best paint i have ever used, nothing compares, my gun breaks about five out of 1000 normally but with these none, even after it hickuped and double fed, none broke, great paint