Best paint i used so far. shoots nice, no breaks in the barrel,you can hit alot of $hit from like 40yds away. very accurate.
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i would this paint in my DYE Excel.paint have no bumps on it.nice and round.i payed $20.00 for 500rds little to much but o-well.i think its worth that money.its 100%% better then all the other paint that i used befor.shoots like a dream.i would reccommend it to any one.
shoot excellent in flatline. not that expensive. good shell and colors. if you play in the woods theres always brush or somehting brakeing the balls before the can get to the target not with big ball i shot right though brush to the target because of the hard shell. very nice paintballs
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buy these paintballs for playing in the woods or speedball they dont cost that much so most people can afford them. very good colors and shell.
1-Cheap, $55.00 with shipping
2-Very consistent, much better than B.E/Viewloaders, Blaze, Great America
3-Medium bore, so you can use them in almost any barrel
4-Accurate, with a Smart Parts Tear Drop equiped Pro/Carbine, I was blasting people like never before, I could actualy snipe people with one or two shots, and get hidden agian before having the rain of death come down on me!
1-Shell is too thick for tourny play, but that is not a problem for me
2-Colors are not very exiting , but I would rather save $10.00 than have cool colors
This is the best sub $60.00/case paintballs there are, no if's, and's, or's, or but's. It boils down to this, big balls for rec/practice, all-stars for tourny play. You can't go wrong with this combo, don't risk buying anything else! I give these a 10/10 comparing them to sub $60.00/case balls, and an 8/10 comparing them to all paintballs, from 98 degrees to All-Stars (worst ever, best ever!), which averages to a 9.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:35 am PST
I've shot it out of two different barrels, Lapco Bigshot and stock Spyder barrel. For the most part with the stock barrel it was ok but I had a lot of breaks. I think it was just a flawed batch. With the Lapco, I had excellent accuracy. It was a nice fit. The earthy colors of the shells help if you're trying to not be seen in the woods.
The whole point of a paintball's existance is that it's supposed to break when you hit someone with it. This stuff didn't do that for me. They bounced off of everything.
It's pretty consistant medium sized paint. Again, it was accurate and fit snugly in my Bigshot. I paid $60 for a case which isn't terrible but not great either. I missed out on quite a few eliminations because of the bounce-factor so I won't be using this paint ever again. 32 degrees Team colors is better.
these ball were pretty damn accurate they're good quality paint and they hurt when they hit u sometimes the price is a bit high where i buy em 40 summin for 1000 but it was koo using em. i used this paint with a spyder shuuter it works good with both the stock barrel and a lapco bigshot aluminum (i thought it had jus a lil bit more velocity with the stock barrel
the price was a bit high
this paint works well in all medium sized barrels the balls flew straight and they left really bad welts on whoever i shot wiht em. its good quality paint
Shell color is a little too dark to see well in flight. I got lucky and got some yellow ones. A little small, rolled about 2 inches down the barrel before it stopped. Also not totally round. Area near the seams was noticably flat. Inconsistent size between cases. I had another case that fit better. I'm using a 2K Cocker with Dye Ultralite on CO2
For the price it's worth it but you have to be real careful about barrel to paint match. I feel it's better to spend the money on some Marbs or Slam balls.
The balls are not that expensive and are perfect for rec or practice. Very consistent definitely better than blaze or any other mid paint. Contrary to the name big ball is actually small to medium bore. Shoots straight and far.
As with rec paint the shells are a little thicker you will get some bounces but no breaks and hardly any spin offs.
I used this in my brand new 2001 STO in my J&J barrel, fits really good! Again the paint is very consistent and very round, shoots straight and far. It is definitely worth the cost. I would recommend it over 32 degrees and blaze and any other rec paint. I would recommend if you are in to practice or rec you buy this paint...
These balls are great for the price,
I shot at least like 1,200 rnds and only like 1 broke in my cp barrel
They have a nice fill if you get the bright orange fill
It's just a great paint for a great price.
They don't curve but when they do mostly never it is a very slight curve.
The only problem with the paint is that if you are at long ranges the paint doesn't break that well.
Make sure you dont buy white fill it sucks.
I have a custom products barrel and it worked great.
There is no dimples in the balls ever.
It is great for a price for a player with a budget.
I would reccommend these to paint ballers but get better paint if you go to a field.
These are very good paintballs.
I love these balls! These balls are excellently priced, and work more efficiently than almost every ball out there. Consistency is key in paintballs and this ball delivers it smoothly. Seldom, and I do mean seldom ball breakage. Maybe once out of every 6000 paintballs, if that.
Nothing that I can come up with.
Great balls for any type of play. I even like these better than the marbs. I had prodigious amount of problems with the marbs on my M98, while none occured with the Big Balls. That shouldn't be happening for a $65 box of balls. I would say these are the best balls for the price, maybe even one of the best. You can order a box of them for $39.99. Check them out, and see how they work for you.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:43 am PST
These balls are amazing for the price. I shot a case through my tricked out spyder compact only a few curved. I don't thhink I ever chopped one. I bought the case in august and shot half of it then in october I finished using the case and they still shot straight.
The only problem I had with the balls is the fill color was hard to see on camo.
I loved these paintballs. I would recomend them to anyone who is low on cash.