Marbs (No Comparison)
Scorch ( (Way Better)
Monster Ball (Better)
Halo Backman LED
Small or Medium Bore, depends they aren't very consistent in shape
-get them at walmart
-okay with high end guns(ion, shocker, angel)
-Curve like CRAZY!!!!
-Not super consistent in the shape department
-Chops in low end guns
Okay so I had never played paintball before so I went to walmart with my dad and grabbed a box of Big Ball and figured that most paint was the same so i was like whatever. I got home opended them up and thee were a couple with dimples and i noticed they were all the same size but i didn't think that made a difference until i got to the feild threw them in the hopper of the eradicator i had to use because i didn't have a gun. i shot few and thought they weren't bad but i didn't know any better so whatever but throughout the day they broke everyother ball. the next time i played i had my own gun, the spyder pilot acs but that gun didn't make a differnce because i broke one and the bolt got coveed in paint and then i cleaned it off and well to make a long story short they aren't very good with those guns but the work fine with an ion but scorch are better for rec play, and get marbs or premium for tourneys.
Aren't so good woith low end but are okay with high end....
Blue Body kit
Blue Ion Q lock
Halo B w/ Rip drive Blue (had an Empire reloader not the reloader B)
Blue CP reg
No barrel matters with this paint except a complete poop barrel
Pretty much everything
This is reall good paint because it is bright yellow and can mark tings really well and is kinda that paint that maes you not look like a noob. You really con't go wrong with RPS paint. You should choose this paint. You can always count on this paint to not mess up your gun.
GOO BiG BALLS
Blue Smart Parts Ion w/ black Q-lock , Pure Energy 3000psi 68cu fiber wrap nitrogen tank w/blue ANS dust nipple cover, and a Blue Halo B w/ Rib drive and a Green Spyder E-99 AVANT w/Rocking trigger, 20 oz. Co2 tank , Clear Evolution 2 and Black Empire reloader hopper.
Stock barrel or biggest bore size.
-Price is ok($20.00 for 1000 rds.)
These are ok priced balls but they have really bad rounded shells and they make your marker pretty unaccurate.Also the seems are not ground down enough bu tthey are ok.If you don't care about the ball quality and the only goal you want to achaeve is only poop 3 balls out of 500 rds these will probably do ok depending on your setup.
If you live in or around simi don't buy these balls buy ANS house paint they are great quilty and priced the same.
piranha 2k3 eforce with some ups
a-5 flatline, e-grip with some ups
soon to have a omen 2.0
a barrel is a barrel, all will do
Not hard to find
Some are bigger then others
Broken balls in bags, always!!
Well the first time i got this paint, i was very happy. $40.00 for a box, and walmarts had plenty. the balls were black shell/purple fill. the only problem was that the balls were way to oily. it was like i had black oily all over everything. it was horrible. walmarts kept them in stock for over a year, then about a month ago, the switched to a yellow shell/yellow fill. i thought it would be a nice change, well i was wrong. this paint was to big, still to oily, and the balls seemed to be different sizes. we had 3 boxes, and there all the same. i think i'm done with this paint. i switched to fireball paintballs from exotic sportz. awesome paint. check out their site. www.exoticsportz.com
Don't buy the yellow paint!!! spend a few extra $$$, and get something better.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, May 25th, 2006 at 4:58 pm PST
All stars, marbs, brass eagle stuff, stingers, tippmann, diablo, everything
05 Prostock, dye stickies, nexus Lpr, new designs on off, 16 inch proto 2 piece
Aci zero gravity
Very accurate, good fill, cheap
I have used this paint since i started playing and still it is my favorite. I can buy a buttload of this at wally world and play for days. Barely any flat spots, shoots arrow strait, breaks on impact and not in gun, keeps long in a tube (2-3 months). i have decided after using this paint again my last few days that there is no need to buy marbs when these shoot just as strait through my cocker so i will continue to buy this as long as wally world has it!
98 right feed Autococker, PE Thor Reg., Belsales hollowpoint, Clippard Ram, Jam anti-chop delrin bolt(vers. 1), Dye Hinge, Dye gas thru grip, Dye Stainless barrel, EGG.
.691 or bigger!
Shoots realitively straight
breaks on target
some balls so big it gets stuck in the feed
I'm always on the lookout for a good shooting bigger bore paint. Had high hopes for the RPS Big Balls. Pretty much all .689 spec'd paint will roll right out my barrel(.691 dye stainless) which can be annoying with a cocker. With the Big Balls this was not an issue, in fact this is the biggest paint I've come across, almost to big for my .691 barrel. Also had issues with paint getting stuck in the feed along with some barrel breaks. The shell on this paint seemed extremely fragile as well, had some break in my hopper, not fun at all. When It does shoot it shoots pretty straight, I shot yellow so was very easy to see, the yellow fill however was tough to see on target , but did break on target, and everywhere else for that matter.
For what you pay for the RPS Big Balls there are many better alternatives imho, I perfer Zap Spank over the big balls and is about $15 a case cheaper, has a harder shell, thicker more visable fill, big enough for a .691. The Big Balls do seem to shoot slightly straighter, thats about it. If your looking for a bigger bore paint in the same price range as the Big Balls the Empire Ramp is vastly superior in every aspect. Considering a 5 is about average, with a nearly premium price tag on a bargain basement quality paint I can't go higher than a 4 with this paint
Ion Pro-more upgrades to come
Empire Fuel Tank 45/4500
Anything that is not stock barrels
Can't buy it in 2000
Only one color
Doesn't always break on the target
The first time I used this paint I did not find any problems. I used this paint will my freak jr. Also if you a too big bore size on your barrel the paint is noy as accurate as it could be because my friend's gun had the correct bore size and his gun was a little more accurate but of little point matters. This is very good practice paint, but you can only buy it in 1000 rounds a box.
This is good practice paint. If you need practice paint this is good quality paint. I will have to give this paint a 9 becuase there is better paint out there.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, July 5th, 2006 at 6:14 pm PST
Backup-Spyder imagine, delrin bolt, freak 14" barrel, system x expansion chamber, hp valve, ans feedneck, cp drop forward,planet eclispe gauge, 50g microswitch,20 oz.
Looks good,thick fill.
Oily,chops in barrel.
I got this paint b/c this was the only paint I haden't tried at wal-mart. When i first opened the bag i noticed it was really oily. I did a accuracy test. It was really accurate but when it got to the end of my freak it would chop. So i tried it in my friend's stock barrel and it did just fine. The shell is really tough and the fill is thick.
I would recommend this if it is your only option, otherwise get scorch.
view loader heavy metal
brass eagle after burner
Smart parts ion
vl revolution with x board
pure energy 48ci 3000psi
j and j ceramic
Strong and brittle
I bought these balls at the local walmart. i didn't think they were going to be this good. i loader up the revy and shot a line of paint. not one broken! even though my smart parts ion has eyes, i used it on my vl orion and they worked just as fine. These are what you call cheap high quality paintballs.
If your on a budget and need paint fast, by a set of big balls.
Cheap, Fairly Accurate, break pretty good on target
Lots of dimples, not very round
These paintballs surprisingly performed well. Although they look like crap they actually shot ok. There a lot of dimples and they arent very round but they shoot accurate enough to get you by for only twelve bucks for 500. These arent bad. If you want to save a couple dollars these work pretty good.