SP Ion. Upgraded virtue board, drop forward, Easy on button, Sling Trigger, Redz Body Kit, All american Barrel, Halo Hopper, Compressed Air.
No Chopping. Didn't have any sling in my shots.
Price i guess...but they're not too expensive and quality is worth paying for.
My local shop sells these for 50 bucks a case. I hadn't ever used them but last time i was there the guy offered to sell me 500 of them for 5 bucks since i had spent so much money there. i took them home and played some woodsball all day with my buddies. I never chopped a ball and was very accurate. That could have been my barrel but im going to say it was a mixture of both. After we were done i decided to empty my hopper with some target practice. I stood about 50 to 75 feet away from a light pole by my road and shot. I never missed and in the 75 to 100 balls i shot i put a mark on the pole about 4 inches in diameter. This proves to me that they were very consistent and accurate.
I would recommend these to anyone with an ion. Just because thats the only thing i've used these balls with but im sure they'll do fine with another marker.
X7 with BT M-16 barrel and fore grip with Apex tip. Rap 4 carry handle, TruGlo Red/Green dot sight. Rap 4 Stock with air in stock option 7 oz. bottle, sling.
OK I tried this product on a cold 34 degree day because the Marblizer I usually use was breaking in the barrel. We used two guns X7 with Apex and Ion stock barrell. First thing I noticed was you don't get the same range with these ball. Whether they are heaver I don't know but you wll notice they don't shoot nearly as far as regular paint. Chrono was 265 as we always shoot and gas was NOS. Accurate -about like a 6 year old thowing rocks. Consist - yes they will break in your barrell or shortly down field about every third or forth shot. This is with both the Apex and the stock barrel. The only good thing I can say is none broke in my hopper. We switched back to Marb to finish the day with better results. Obvisouly the manufacturer of this product never tested it in the field.
07 Spyder Sonix
Warrior Clamping Feedneck
WGP Torpedo Drop Forward/ ASA On/Off
Nothing bigger than .691, .689 seems like it would be the best.
Brittle in cold weather
I used these in 20°F-30°F. During the beginning of the day, when it was the coldest, they were very brittle. One drop from 4ft, onto gravel would break them. Wouldn't matter what paint you used then. As it got warmer, it took 2 or 3 drops for them to break. They were pretty accurate, even with a poor paint to bore match. In weather that was 40°F-50°F, they would do well, when normal paintballs may be a bit brittle.
If it less than freezing out, I don't think they're worth the extra money.
Dangerous Power G3 Blue
- 14" Freak Barrel Dust Silver Back
- CP Drop Micro Razor Drop Forward
- Empire Reloader B2
- Pure Energy 68/4500
.689 Bore or larger
Thick shell, no breaks, great for woodsball!
Pricey, got it for $55 at my local shop
I needed something that could penetrate the brush playing woodsball. I had previously had a horrible time with RPS stingers. They were dimpled like crazy and curved like i had a BT apex barrel. I had previously used DXS frostbite which I had luckily got for $40 at the same shop as I got polar ice. I had no chops with this paint and suggest it just as highly. With the RPS Polar Ice, I had only one chop and that was because dirt had got inside the barrel through the porting when I slipped on mud. But not one chop after that. It worked flawlessly with my freak barrel. I used a .689 insert. The weather conditions were a little chilly around 50 degrees and windy so I was not expecting the ball to change size due to weather. I couldn't be happier. These paintballs met every demand for the conditions. Try it out. You won't be disappointed.
Worth the extra money in the end! If you can get DXS Frostbite cheaper, pick that up. Performs the same!
So we played today in 30 degree weather. We decided to buy some of this paint since it was below 50 degrees out today. Well, it was not worth the extra money in the slightest bit. For one im sure we could have bought the same quality crap to break every 5th shot at walmart for a lot less. Second it was total garbage. As said already it broke about every 5 shots or so with a stock Tippmann A5 barrel. I was one of 4 people who used this paint and we all broke paint ALOT. We even called it quits early since the paint was such garbage and 2/4 of us had paint break in our hoppers so we could not clean them (did not want to rather since it was freaking cold and the paint was still going to break again).
it dont make a difference balls are so bad no barrell will save you
Absolutely none.IF YOU CANT SHOOT IT IT HAS NO STRENGHTS
Everything about this paint is aweakness.
i used to swear by rp paint , but their quality has gone down hill.played at battlefront in oh,with polar ice not one ball would shoot unbroken.Their rep was there i talked to him he gave me a line of crap about how 40 degrees was their low temp,it was 25 this day 40 degrees is not winter on east coast polar ice gives you impression its for winter.Canadians play all winter in very cold conditions i see most use draxxus . I see why. What a bunch of crap this paint is
Junk dont waste your hard earned money on this falsely advirtised product ive been playing paintball for 21 years ive used standard paint in temperatures below 35 with way better results i selected 1 because they didnt have anything lower
I tried this paint for the winter, and i was amazed on how good this paint shoot for being winter. I had no chops or barrel breaks and i shot a case of paint. The paint was shooting very straight for being about 35 degrees outside. I was talking to other people that were using nightmare paint and they were chops like crazy and getting barrel breaks.
I recommend this paint to anybody who is looking for some good winter paint.
I first got these paintballs at a huge scenario game. I had the money and for 5 bucks more then empire ramp blizzard i decided to get it. Wow when i first used these paintballs they were the most amazing winter ball i had ever used. It was 30 degrees outside and these paintballs would break on contact from 120 feet away. I didn't have one bounce the entire day. These paintballs were so accurate, better than any paintball that i have used in the winter.
Overall these are the nicest paintball i have used in the winter
I first used this paint at my local field and they charged 90 bucks a box and at first i was like no way but then i found out it was 47 and i went and bought like 3 cases. I shot a good 3 to 4 cases of polar ice and i did't have any problems at all they broke on impact and were just a great paint the only place i can get is off the internet witch kinda sucks but what can ya do
For 47 bucks i would definitely buy this paint again and again.
Tippmann Custom Pro ACT
J&J 16' Full Tilt Ceramic
Vforce Profiler mask
Pure Energy 20oz Co2
None, just that can say you can afford $20 for a bag of paint
Well, when i spent $20 for a bag of this....OUCH on my budget. But I thought positive about this paint.....which then ended up being negitive. I was playing 5* degree weather, and Monster Balls where working better**** I know, that know that no paint will work when its almost below freezing, but i tried it a week or so afterwards. I put the remaining balls i had in my hopper, then put my gun out in the 47* tempature, for 10min. I went out, shot them, and where just as bad in warmish weather.****** The seam felt razor sharp, and 1inch high, which didn't help with accuracy. Now, i don't know if i got a bad-batch, but i doubt it.
May or may have not have gotten a bad-bag, but I won't buy them ever again.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, February 15th, 2007 at 5:04 pm PST