Not too expensive; supposedly designed for cold weather
Quite a lot of barrel breaks
I've used shot them through my Lapco Bigshot and had an abnormal number of barrel breaks... this doesn't happen with other brands of paintballs. The paint-to-barrel match seemed to be OK: after all, Bigshot is a .689
I can't see why everyones giving these bad ratings!!!! I loved them! With my 16" All American barrel on my Pro/Carbine, I got shot over shot accuracy at 50 feet and 5 out of 10 shots would have goggled a person at 100 feet, except it takes so darn long for them to get there! Accuracy is amazing! I also didn't have one ball break out of 900 shot, the barrel was shiny clean like I never even fired it! The neon green fill was also great, it created a highly visible 5 inch splat!
well, my velocity was really low(like 180-200 fps) and I never noticed(we don't have a chrono, playing outlaw) but that was probably the reason every single one bounced off people. I've been shot and have seen other shot with them, so it must have just been that I was shooting so slow.
A real bad one here, the price for a 2000 rnd case is 70 bucks, whereas at the same store it is 55 for proball.
I recomend it to everyone, its a great paint, thats all there is too it!
they are not accuarate at all, i shot them using 3 different guns with three different barrels (dye 14" stainless steal, 16" smart parts tear drop, and 32 degrees carbon fiber 14") with every barrel i couldnt get one to fly straight, and i had 15 breaks in a bag of 500!!!!!!!
i dont recomend this paint to anyone!! but i will give them credit for the fill and the extreme weather they held up in
They have to be THE BRIGHTEST PAINTBALL that i have ever see break! No problem seeing if u hit your targets! I never had a bounce in cold weather.
They could be a little more accurate and they ocassionally break in the barrel, but that is not a problem for me considering my J&J Ceramic self cleans!
I use Polar Ice for my Tippmann 98 with a J&J Ceramic barrel. They are not as accurate as Marballizers, but they do not bounce on the targets and they are very bright. I put about 400 rounds through it and i had one ball break in the barrel. The J&J self cleaned so there wasnt a problem! RPS makes the best paint, with variety of colors, stiles, prices, and special features. This paint is one of the best and unique.
I bought these paintballs on a whim to see how good they were. I was using my 2k autococker for the first time and needed paint that would be a good fit for my stock barrel. This paint shot the best I have ever seen besides Proball premium and marbs. Whats even better is they don't freeze! I had dead on accuracy and almost no curving.
I did break a few balls but that was because my cocker double and triple loaded because it wasn't tuned perfectly. After fixing the timing it shot perfectly!
Everyone else gave this paint a low rating. The only reason I can think of is because of a bad barrel to paint match. This paint is tops only being surpassed by top of the line paint like marbs and Proballs.
I played today in 25 degree wheather and the balls did not freeze up like the other balls 2 of my friends had [brass eagle].
Didnt have many ball breaks,4 or 5 out of a 500 round bag,
Cut through most grass without breaking.
Pretty good considering the conditions.
I also shot of a 500 count bag of marbalizer with about the same ratio, 5 out of 500.
Not very accurate, balls have alot of spin when shot.
I had a couple bounces today with the polars.
Overall this isnt bad paint, but I would dish out the extra 4 dollars for a case of marbs.
As I said the marbs handled the cold just as good as the polars and where a lot more accurate.
They break in the barrel all the time, the accuacy is point blank pitiful, and if you have a clear hopper you should expect to be found more than you please because the color can be seen from miles away. Way to expensive for the job that they do.
These balls are very bad. Don't waste your money on them. I not reccomend this to anyone. Unless you know that they work good in your gun and barrel then go for it. But if you dont know yet try to buy only 500 rounds to test them. Other wise just dont buy these.