PMI, the kind you buy at wal-mart, it will say PMI/RPS or something like that dont buy its a no no to buy.
PMI Piranha w/ 14" Razzor Barrel
I think you could you'se any kind of barrel but i would reccomend a razzor barrel.
Breaks on contact though :)
Overall, these paintballs are worth there money. 1000 rounds for 30 bucks is deff. a deal all in it's own. I mean if you want the good stuff for more money more power to ya but in my case im not ordering paintball's online to get the good stuff.
It's a must for any player tourney or back yard person. Its a must i tell ya a must.
all PMI stuff, dialbo, draxxus, JT, viewloader, and fishballs (brasseagle, because they smell like fish)
any kind as long as you match the bore
good fill, not to strong/weak shell, comes in allmost every color
they hurt at close range lol
I have been using this paint all of my paintbal career and it is the best stuff for rec, practice and rookie tourneys. I live in Canada and when its cold it still breaks, the balls are very round and not to many factory defects so they are accurate. The fill is bright and thick enough to play for small less important tourneys, I have won tourneys with this ball.
Good stuff, consitent roundness, good fill, and they arent as expenxive as tourney balls which arent much better than this.
stock are ok. May work better with an upgraded barrel, like a Freak or Boomstick
-not many dimples
-sort of cheap
-some break to easy
-some don't break
-performance varies depending on weather
Overall this paint is good for the price. Not cheap, but not overwhelmingly expensive. It shoots consistantly wih my Spyder Xtra stock barrel and is accurate enough to hit 7 to 8 people if you shoot at 10. The choice of colors is nice and the fill is of a semi-good mixture. The balls don't always break and every once in a while they break to easy when they are shot and sometimes they will break in the barrel. I have bought 7 cases of Premium paint ( two 2,000 rd. cases and five 1,000 rd. cases.) And I have only had 15-20 dimpled balls and just 6 barrel breaks. Now that number may be higher for the autococker owners and trigger fingers but that was around what is was for me.
I do recommend this paint if you want a good experience with a cheaper brand of paint. It is good and relaible and I know probably close to 30 people that use it at the main field I go to, so not only is it good paint, but it is semi-popular paint too.
Green Spyder Imagine
- clear Viewloader eVolution II
- Phat aluminum feed neck
- 14" black Evil Pipe kit
- green ANS Gen-X2 reg
- Shocktech chrome trigger
- Shocktech aluminum volumizer
- AKA Turbo valve
- AKA Lightning bolt
- chrome bottomline and PMI remote coil w/slide check
- Pure Energy 48/3000
- 32 Degrees spring kit (lp spring setup)
- polished internals
Smartparts Progressive works well
but really, just match the bore
cheapest of my field paints
cheapest quality field paint too
Like most pballers I've met, I have to bow to the wishes of my local field and purchase only field sold paint when I play. This means that I have a relatively bad selection. This paint is the cheap stuff at my field and it's really not that bad. The shape is pretty decent and in a case of 2000 you find only a few misshapen balls. Good stuff, if I couldn't afford the good stuff I'd get this.
Quality recball paint. Not tourney grade but if you don't have an incredible gun this stuff is just as good as the best. If your gun and wallet can handle better, get better.
i love these paintballs. when i hit someone they break. they are pretty soft so they are good. these are about the same as scorch but theyare a tad bit better. me and my friend ryan used these and we hit out a ton of people. they pop pgreen so its kinda easy to wipe off.
these are good. i would buy these all the time. BUY THEM!!!!!
Very good paint that doesnt break in your barrel but always on target.
none so far
Got these for $28 a box of 2000 at Oshmans online. For that price I had to give them a try. I will use these even if I have to pay the full price from now on. Liked them much ore than the Blaze. Still like thwe evils but they are too expensive for me.
For the money this paintball cant be beat. Good shell, nice fill, and very reliable.
MY stock BKO barrel worked well. Any medium bore barrel. .689 approx.
Good price. PMI name. Multitude of colors
None, as long as you get fresh balls.
Ive gone through a half dozen cases of these. One bag had a break in it out of 8, i figure thats pretty good. I used these in my stock BKO barrel, and Viewloader spyder barrel. Seemed to be a good match. They have thick fill, bright colors, good price. ALL pluses.
for 45 a case, definately. cant find much better at that price.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 15th, 2004 at 7:06 pm PST
This paint rocks. Me or none of my buddies have had NO problems with this paint. Never breaks in barrel and always breaks on target. Fill is in the medium range for stain which if you ask me is perfect for rec ball because you can tell when you hit some one but it will wash out of there favorite sweatshirt.
Buy it!!!!! This paint rocks. The fill is perfect for rec ball not to weak and not to strong. Buy it you wont be sorry.
JT Freedom paint- pretty much same as premium, not quite as good fill, doesnt show up
Brass eagle afterburner- not too bad for the price, but still....
MARBS- best paint ever but waaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyy too expensive
smart parts impulse
vert reg, maxflo reg w/ smart parts tank
total freak kit
accurate, consistent, doesnt chop, good fills that show up
some people say they chop alot but not so with me
okay ill keep it simple if you have the money just go out and buy marbs they are the best there is, but if you dont you cant go wrong with pmi premium its 42 bucks for a case
best paint, most consisten for the money
buy this paint, it is the best paint for the money
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 15th, 2004 at 7:08 pm PST
from brass eagle to Zap, and everything inbetween (notice the use of alphebet, pretty neat huh)
pimped out black 2k3 cocker.
one that matches?
I have a scepter kit, .688 usually fits, every now and again i get a batch that is a tad too small.
its leaves your gun in one piece
its breaks on impact.
none (its a paintball, seriously)
yup, its a paintball. it leaves your gun, shoots semi-straight, hits the target, breaks. nothing new or invigorating about this one. Its not the right color to use in nppl and the fill's a little weak too.
A little too expesive for practice paint, a little too chheap for tourney paint. perfect for those scenario games and birthday parties and pump game outings however.
um, its a paintball, buy it if you like to shoot paintballs.