Stock Spyder Xtra (remember it's the player not the gun... SH*T!!! EITHER WAY I'M COMPLETELY SCREWED!!!)
A Taso Elimator worked quite well, but so did stock barrels, this paint is a good medium bore and seems to fit well for most barrels.
-Many different colors to choose from
-Make your opponent smell like a cat's anus
-Not the cheapest paintballs out there
-If you get hit with one then you'll smell like a cat's anus
These paintballs are slightly pricey, but they're not too expensive considering their high quality. Plus you have to remember that RPS/PMI makes damn good paintballs, even if theyr'e a little more expensive, so stop your damn whining and get a job if an extra$2.50 matters that freaking much.
-Good product, I'd suggest it highly
PMI VF STS G3 With 14'' costom barrel, 16 oz Co2 tank and Ricochet 2k Hopper.
I purchased 200 rounds of this paint and decided to try it out. It shot so well and accurate it surprised me. This proves that the paint you use, affects your accuracy to a great deal. I used to buy paintball that for some reason didn't always fit in my barel perfectly, but this stuff works great. You can see what ive been through using krapy paint. I'll never use it again. I gave the rest of my crapy paint to my brother(which was some Jt and competion paint).
Oh, i get it. You want me to tell you about bad paint, well? Bad paint is thin shelled krap that breaks in your barrel all time. Brass Eagle and other noname paintball brands I guess.
This paint is the best I have shot ever and would recomend to always use this paint no matter what game you are in.The paintballs haven't broke in my barrel yet after 200 shots and probally will never break. I refuse to buy any other paintball now. I can get PMI Premium at my Local K-mart for a fair price. Don't use anything under premium quality unless you want to clean out your barel out all the time. To find if a paintball fits your barrel:
1. Put paintball in barrel and if it goes out the other end you need a biger bore sized ball.
2. If the ball gets stuck while going down the barrel and you can't blow it out without turining red, then your paintball bore size is to big.
3. If the ball does go through the barrel and blows out easily, you got the perfect paint bore size for your barrel.
My barrel passed the test, Will yours? If it does, buy this paint!!!!!!!!
spyder compact deluxe with x-chamber, pmi drop forward and 12V revy
This paint is great! Its pretty cheap, and you can buy it at places like wal-mart. Most of the people I play with use it, and it works well. The only problem i ever had with it was when we played when it was like 40 degrees out and every single ball was dented. THis paint never breaks in your barrel.
I have used the cheap a!s walmart paintballs because i wasnt experience enough to want to buy the expensive paintballs. I highly recomend this ball for paintballers who have some what experience
I just got my new Smart Parts Impulse. great gun, straight a sh!t. i dont have any upgrades other then im getting an auto kit for it. It doesnt really need an upgrade unless you want to get a barrel which already is great and expansion chamber or other upgd.
I dont really know because i havent paintballed for very long and havent had a chance to test. But i would choose the Flatline or All-American barrel!
This paintball kicks. Im only 14 and im not a very experienced paintballer and i know that this is a great ball. It has good fill doesnt break easily which i like because it will save me the SQUEEGIE! Um nothing really else other than if you want really good balls by this kind or PMI premium. Premium break thouhg in cold wheather usually under 45 degrees. i dont i jsut heard that but i liked them when i played with them
Not a lot of colors to choose from but other than that, they are a kicka!s ball.
If you have anything from a tippman 98 custom with upgrades like flatline barrel, to an angel by this Ball!!!!!!!!!!!
The stock spder barrel worked fine with these balls. But the CP 14" works even better in warm weather.
Shoots straight, breaks on target, hardly ever get a bounce. Had a couple bouncers when shooting from the back to the far back of my opponents speed ball field. I also have nailed people from one side of the field to the other and had these balls break. Only a few bouncers from a long distance.
I played the last two weeks in weather around 45 to 39 and I had alot of barrel breaks. I chopped several ball. So not sure if the this was the paints fault or the gun. The ones that broke in the barrel, I am pretty sure were the balls fault due to the colder weather.
This is an excellent paint for 55 degree and up. Lots of problems with this paint when the temperature drops below 45. I plan to try Proball and Polar ice over the next couple of months while weather is cold to see if they are any better. I will always rate the PMI Premiums in 55 and up weather a 10 out 10, but right now I think these get a 7 in 45 and below. If I have the same problems with Proball and Polar Ice in 45 and below weather then my 7 may have to go up. Right now they get an average between a 7 for cold weather and a 10 for warm weather.
big balls,zap paintballs,vortex paintballs,and proballs
piranha sts g3 vtl, w/ 20'taso barrel.
?im not sure about what barrels are good and what barrels are bad with this paint because i havent used many different barrels but i know it works good with stock spyders and piranhas
for me a really good thing is that they are sld at my local kmart, the price is great on these, there very accurate and they never bust.and a really good thing is these are not oily,1 great thing about that is if you drop some there not ruined.
the only bad thing is that you can realy see these coming. if you get black paintballs your apponents wont be able to hop out of the way because they wont see them coming
brass eagle paintballs-no where near the quality, more expensive
Tippmann 98 custom
*balls hard and brittle
*balls never break in barrel
*always break on target
*seams very small
*good in hot and cold weather
These paintballs have been #1 for the past 20 years for a reason.
these balls' shells are hard not soft and brittle so they will always break on target. You can get these paintballs for $40-$45 a case at many stores and sights