marballizer (slighty more accurate)
origin (same as big ball)
and many more...
-Tippmann 98 custom camo
-(2x) 20oz. CO2 tanks
-mini maglite taped to gun
kinda squishy sometimes
Good overall, but they have to be #2 at this price of $20 per 1000, i only got yellow fill, but they weren't lopsided, and were amazingly good for the price i give a 9 for some small drawbacks like squishyness, and sometimes inaccurate compared to some others
(scorch are best)
Brass Eagle, Draxxus, Evil, Marballizers, Stingers, Xballs, Zap, etc.
-Coated in a "slime"
-Dimple in storage
-Little color selection
Well, one day when I was at the local sporting goods store I saw that there was a sale on RPS Big Balls. A case for $30! Of course, I had heard about Big Balls and the general consensus was that they were good, cheap balls. Well, they were cheap, but as for good I would have to argue. First of all, there was little color selection--only red and green at the store. My gun has a reflective eye, and I had to turn the eyes off because I was having way too many problems. When I pulled the balls out of the box I discovered that they were coated in a sort of slime. I later found out that the slime is intended for packing and shipping purposes to prevent ball breaks before the product reaches the customer. Good idea, right? Wrong! I just threw the balls in my hopper and pods thinking no big deal. What happened was that I was getting ball breaks about every 10 shots! Then, afterwards, when I went to clean my gear I found that my hopper and pods were [i]coated[/i] in a thick layer of the slime. I swear it took me nearly an hour to get my gear clean. The problems continue... The balls were extremely brittle. As I was playing, balls would break inside my hopper and my pods just from the movement! After I was done playing for the day, I placed the balls in my living room, which is kept between 60 and 75 F. However, the next time I took the balls out (about 2 weeks later), thinking to give them to one of my friends who was going to use a rental gun, a good 60% were dimpled! Now, I don't know if I just got a bad batch of balls or if they were on the shelf a little long, but I have to say that these were probably the worst balls I've ever used. Just buy some Draxxus Blaze or Xball Bronze. They're in the same price range and I've found them to be consistently good for rec ball.
I will never again buy RPS Big Balls. Be safe and go with Draxxus Blaze or Xball Bronze.
Expencive 44 bucks for 1000 all dimpled large bore and deformed and mushy
Ok so baseically i bought a brand new tippman a-5 so i go to the store and buy this paint that i thought was decent well in the first game i broke a ball in my hopper and flame throwed the rest. I ended up using 500 of my vapor paint instead the only thing good about this paint is the fill
Not very good paint for your buck recomend something else zap is better than this paint
-CP Reg, ASA, Lightening Drop, Trigger, Macro line
VL Revy with X-Board
-Progressive, Freak and ION stock barrels
Havn't found one that works better than the others with this paint other than a Freak
-Fairly even shape
-Good fill hard to wipe
-Seem to be temp. Sensitive
-Shells seems to be a little hard
I love this paint for req. ball or just goofing around. I love the fill on these things, it's not to thin so you get a good splat but not so thick that it can't be cleaned off, JUST NOT WIPED EASILY BY CHEATS. I live in CO and play in all weather, I foud that when it gets cold the balls tend to get outta round and deform a bit. Causes havoc on a sized bore like a Freak. The shells seem to be a little hard, specially when colder doesn't favor good breaks. Great overall ball if your looking for cheap and pretty good performing ball.
Marbs, JT elites, Wildstreak, Monsterball, Team Colors,
Pirhana SRT 2k4
Cheap, can be bought at Walmart, Best price ratio
My friends use these thing religiously for a loooong time so I have experience with them on a varing number of markers. I have only shot about 200 of these but they are the second best paint at Walmart with the first being Scorch. They are not BrassEagle so you won't catch crap for using them. The fill on most brands is a good semi-painty fill which is difficult to wip but not impossible. The shell looks sweet on the black variety but on the others its awesome just not as good looking. They are very popular and are everywhere so you should never have to search very hard to find them. You will be the envy of the coarse if you have black shell paintballs (I'v seen it happen with my friend that had these and a was shooting a VL Triad and was asked why he didn't spend his money on a better gun instead of buying personalized paintballs. NO JOKE)
They have a good ball to price ratio.
Good above average paint and very available with varying colors.
32 degrees Icon E Black
crossfire 47 ci 3000 psi nitro tank
Smart Parts vision shocker (dark Blue)
cross fire carbon wrapped 68 ci 3000 psi nitro
I have a shocker and I hear that you should not buy the cheap stuff. So I tried this new brand and it was very cheap meaning its cost. It is a bout 20 bucks per 1000. So I buy a couple thousand and I use it. It was great paint for the price and it worked perfect in my shocker. This is a great brand
I would recomend this paint because it is a very good and cheap costing paint
These paintballs are not even worth the few dollars I paid for them. There was about 6 out of 500 that popped in the bag. The fill was bright (it showed up in the bag ). They are ok to shoot. Iam going try to return them to Wal*Mart.Even Heavy Metal($15 for 1000)was better than Big Balls.
These will make your gun sticky and not work well. So do not buy these.
Premium (Fo Sho!)
Hellfire (best paint out there besides some evils, and chronic420)
Spank (good if you get it at the right place)
Draxxus rec sport (if you get it straight from diablo, same shell break as hellfire!!!)
Fillll is a little bit wipeable, put you get what you pay for.
This paint is the shizzle. No breaks, consisten accuracy, and pretty nice shell and fill.
Only weekness id give for this is that this paint isnt that big, lol they actually fall right through my stiffi, but when hooked up with air, its shoots perfect. Fill isnt that thick but im not complaining this stuff is cheap!
Get this paint and try it. Bob Saget would approve
DBX=Good for practice and comes with a cool case
Scorch= Not that great
Wild Streak= Better than scortch but better priced.
Main- 98C with Comando f/x package, 20oz tank, EggyII w/ yboard. (I know its overkill)
Backup- Pmi Usp pistol (Stock)
Not very good quality ( shaped weird)
Not very good quality ( shaped weird)
I hate these. They never break, even on hard targets. The seams make it very inconsistent, and They are shaped weird. I even had one that was triangle shaped.
I do not think these were a very good paintball, I got them from walmart so it just might be my case.
doesn't matter, (maybe a square barrel would be good though.)
*Sooooo many dimples and some paintballs were almost square!
I was going to play some woodsball at my uncle's one day. My cousin who's a noob bought about 6,000 Big Balls (about 20 people were playing). I opened the box to reveal that pretty much all the paintballs were dimpled or square! I hadn't broken any balls up until that day. I broke probably 20 balls all day. I don't know how you play but braking 20 balls in a single day doesn't cut it for me.
These balls are pieces of crap, My CORE paintballs were so much better and about the same price. If you want cheap, reliable paint go for COREs or Dusks. You can't go wrong with Dusks especially. I give it a 2 because they still serve as things to shoot at people.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, January 15th, 2006 at 8:16 pm PST