A bottom line spyder with a 20oz CO2 tank and a ACI stainless steel barrel.
I've actually never used my ACI barrel with them, just my spyder stock.
During the winter months this stuff is all that our paintball supplier carries. No one I know really complains about it, and the supplier swears by it. My personnal experience w/ it has been Awsome. It's made for cold weather so don't cry about it not working if it's above 40. HENCE POLAR ICE!!! But if you use it any colder than that it should work fine. I think out of the 8,000 rounds I bought this winter I broke about four in my barrel. They show up well cuz they're nice and bright. My cat likes them.
... Well, they do corkscrew from time to time. I mean if you happen to brake paint and can't squeedge, you're screwed. They bounce a lot. This may sound bad but if you know you have a shot on someone, pull the trigger 3 times cuz chance are some will bounce. They stain! The paint is sicky and RPS garentees the paint won't stain (supposedly) But i've seen tan shirts stained by it. I hope that is 100 words.
Over all Next to great. I wouldn't use anything else in the winter.
F4 Illustrator TP with 12" CP medium bore barrel (blue), 12v Revy (blue), DYE Sticky Grip (blue), KAPP Apocalypse dropforward, and Crossfire 68ci Steel Nitro tank.
No clue. I used a CP.
They look pretty cool and they fly with moderate accuracy.
This paint breaks WAY too easily. Just my bolt hitting it sometimes broke them! Then, after a break in the barrel or chamber will break the rest of them! So one chop, expect more. I Do NOT recommend these paintballs. They're too brittle, they break all the time, and the shells stick in you when hit on bare skin. These paintballs are among the worst I have ever played with. RPS should be ashamed for making such horrible paintballs.
They look cool, but looks can be deceiving. They break too often, and they cause many many many problems when firing at high rates of fire.
(stock) PMI Piranha STS g3 -pf
16 oz C02 on a remote coil - Nitro is no different on this gun
a Dye Boomstick was the only barrel at the feild that could shoot these reletivly accurate.
*nice shell - soft and broke 95%% of the shots
*sorta nice fill - kinda smelly and sticky but my clothes kinda sucked it up so
*Pink - easy to spot a hit
*Curve - some accualy did a corkskrew
*Drop - i was cronoed at 290 and i had to aim about 5 degrees up for every 10 yards from the target
*I broke 4 out of 600 (first one i broke was my first shot on the feild and it kinda skrewed up my barrel for the rest of the day)
*Pink - Ghey color
it was 45 to 50 degrees out when i used these. We would have been better off using nonwinterfill paintballs but this was all they had at the feild. My gun didnt like em, neither did I
very hard to break on people
bounces off everything
half the distance of any other balls that I have used with the flatline barrel
I wouldnt buy them again.I shoot 1000 of them and had 1 break in the barrel.
My accuracy was way of with these balls,they were going all over.I used JT Maxim balls that day also and they were shooting perfect and twice as far.
I will say with all stars or jt maxim
Boblong defiant teardrop barrel custom drop nitro tank 12volt rev.and a cocker
teardrop custom products
they are accurate as all hell great in winter & summer all seasons
WILLY is a puss* if they hurt and he is wrong and i dont know when they came out so i think i put a year and i have been using them ever since challenge park sold them. OOOOOOOhhhhhhhhhh Willy barrel matters
not much at all what can be wrong with a paintball that is great in winter
never leave these in sun got antifreez in them or thats what i was told
Tippmann 98 Custom with Flatline with crossfire compressed air tank.
Not sure, I had problems with them breaking but that might be because I have a flatline. But I rarley have balls break in my barrel when i use other paint.
The bright orange fill.
Most expensive paint i've ever paid for. I bought them at the field at play at from the owner. They cost me $72 a case! Didn't perform as well as I thought they would either. I would have rather used Proball because that's what I prefer anyways, and it's a lot cheaper.
I probably just had a bad case of paint or something but I didn't get what I expected out of em. Go with Proball or another RPS type.