in hot weather they stick together
inconsistent bore size
i dont like these paintballs at all. for them to actually do there job and not bounce everytime i hit someone there would hav to be perfect weather conditions. wen it gets hot they stick together in ur hopper and bounce. theyre all different bore sizes wut can a guy do about that.
dont waist ur money on these buy draxxus or pmi premium
some have weird seams but not many
Ive used only about 1/2 of a case of these but they rock! theyre cheap too! i picked a case of them up for i think 30 bucks. I got the green fill and every time i shoot one i see a bright green spot where i was aiming. They havent curve balled on me yet and the shell is great! its tough enough so it wont break in the gun, but it broke on my targets every single time! i shot about 200 rounds at a tree about 2 feet wide the other day from 50 or 60 feet and none were the least bit off target. I used zap before these and had waaaaay more problems. dont get me wrong theyre very nice too, but for the money, these r the best. i also used brass eagle, i think afterburner, i dont know but they curved and broke and they were plain bad. these won over those any day. one thing i did find out though is that some of the seams are kind of funky. im looking at one of my weird ones right now and the seam almost, i want to say is pointy and sticks out. ive found very few of these, and they still work very well, i give them a 10, but they could be a little better.
if youre playing just for the heck of it or just fooling around doin target practice in your back yard, these are the way to go. theyre inexpensive and shoot very straight and havent broken in my gun or barrel once.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, June 10th, 2004 at 4:37 pm PST
hard to break by hand, always break on target
bag was a little weak
I used these for a day of woodsball and they worked good. I had no hopper or barrel breaks. They are hard to break by hand, but work on targets. The only bad thing about them is the bag was a little weak and i spilt about 200. Other than that, they were fine.
good for woodsball. bag was weak, store them in something else. 9 just because i lost 200 balls because of the bad bag.
Spyder TL Plus, ESP trigger system (DIP switches), ShockTech SupaFly Bolt, Check It Products Hinge Trigger, Dye Sticky 3 grip (for spyders), 16" DYE Boomstick, 12 Volt Revy (See through green)
16" DYE Boomstick
14" J&J ceramic
hard to see
cant use some colors in vision eye
I am 16 now and i started playing with my brother when we were 11 and we have only played with 3 or 4 different kinds or paint and i have to say that this is the best paint i have ever shot. i really dont think you need to spend $100 on a case to get great paint i only spend $47 and i have been using Big Ball for exactly a year come July. i have been to Rex Plex one day a week for a month straight and i have shot about 4 or 5 cases of big ball and not one has broken in my gun.
if your looking for some good ass paint and you dont want to spend more money on paint then you did on your barrel then get big ball you can even buy it online in bulk and spend like half the price
hmm maybe some Zap Spank, but Spanks fill is like glue!!!
i've used other paints, but noithen similar to this
fully upgraded, and i do mean everything upgraded except the ball dent and back block...i didnt wanna spend time to name it all sence i did just come back from playing
i have a Big Shot...but.....i tried a J&J 2 piece it fit good, but i never shot it
cant see it coming towards you really
fill-it was runny
rolls out barrel..
well, this paint was my choice to buy it, it flew stright, like every 8 out of ten balls it would be about dead on, but everytime i would point my barrel down, like if it wasnt level, the paint would roll out....it kinda sucked cause i'd loose about 10-20 balls a game....maybe. and the fill was kinda runny, but the balls they'd fly stright but roll out, thats my problem with it, besides that the paint was nice, cheap, and accurate
i'd buy this if i wanted to, or if you have a small barrel, like...hmm...maybe 6.88 or 6.87? it all matters, maybe my case of balls were just made small....
this is good paint becuse it is cheap and it all ways breaks on target. but a bad thing about it is that it isnt all ways round. over all it is good paint for its price but if you can find better paintballs for around the same price... get it!
This paint is very cheap, About $40, and it has a good shell that won't break in your gun. It does have very noticable seams though. The only problem is the very thin fill. If you play with honest players, this is fine, But I wouldn't reccomend this for a tourney, where people will do anything to win
Good Paint for regular weekend play, without breaking the bank. Don't use it in a tourney.
Tippmann 98 Custom, Evil Driver Barrel, Double Trigger and E-bolt
Evil Driver, Dye Excel, Smart Parts Progressive and Freak System
PMI makes great paint, i swear by it! I have the Evil Driver barrel and it shoots anything PMI and RPS but despite this paint is awesome for so many reasons. One, it is probably the cheapest premium paint out there. Like i always say you pay for what you get, well this paint is the exception to that saying. You pay to little for getting this great paint. Which really doesnt bother me to much and i dont think anyone else but maybe PMI might care. The paint is dark so it is excellent for woods ball cause you never see it comming. I havent come acrossed to many barrels other than the BOOMSTICK that won't shoot this paint. And let me tell you the fill on this paint is pretty good.
The only bad thing i can think of is that this paint kind have a slit tendancy to not break but every paint does that.
Now to everyone who has had a bad experience with this paint, keep in mind every paint has a bad bach and not every barrel likes every kind of paint. In this sport everything is pretty much word to mouth and trail and error. So go take a visit to your local paintball store and pick up some of this great paint. I would be will to bet 4 out of 5 people will like this paint.
Spyder E-99 and Jt Excellerator, with ricochet ak electric hopper, Demon 16" sniper barrel, 16oz co2, polished internals, poor mans lightning bolt (stock bolt with no venturi).
any big bore barrel .689 and up
These paintballs work great i shot 500 of them and loved them my friends also use them with there tippmann 98 customs and thats the only paintballs they use. Great price to! Great for tourney play if your on a low budget but otherwise i would recomend all stars or evil. but this is great rec paint.
ball flies all over the place, fill is not bright, breaks in barrel
I target practice from 75 ft. away with a Red dot scope so I can get an Idea of how accurate a ball is. 1 out of 5 shots would hit near or on the target and the rest would be anywhere from 1 to 3 ft. away sometimes missing the piece of plywood completely. You can actually see the ball curving way before it hits near the target. I will never buy a PMI product again, I was very dissapointed.
Spend a little more money and buy Draxxus Dusk,Draxxus Heat or Draxxus Midnights, they are a much better ball with brighter fill and seem to fit a variety of barrels alot better.