I use these paintballs with my Tippmann 98 Custom, with a J&J Ceramic barrel(14 in) and they work like a charm. I prefer these over any other brand, cuz they hardly ever break and they actually are spherical(unlike Proball).
There is nothing bad to say about PMI Premium paintballs.
If you want good paint, but only have $55.95, then buy PMI Premium. Wait, just buy them even if you have a million dollars.
Great paint for us poor folk who can't afford marbs. Shoots straight out of my 98c, and that's with my stock barrel(wow). Good bright fill. I'm on my 5th 500 box from Kmart and not one break. Oh yea and you'll get complaints from the people you hit, you wont have a problem hearing them yell HIT! HIT! It makes the scream......
Well i must say that these are some pretty awesome paintballs. They are very consistent (the only time they weren't is when my friends brother rolled over the bag with his quad and they got the paint all over them causing them to spin and curve). Also, they work pretty good with my gun (Model 98 custom and it is a good gun but ive read some of the reviews and half the people have some type of custom autococker or an impulse) All around these r the best paintballs ive used, even though i havent used the flash i ordered yet...
If u have used some paintballs like brass eagle (cough cough crap cough cough) or proball, i would suggest on switching to these. they are the most accurate things ive used so far.
Very reasonable price. I get mine for around 45 to 50 dollars a case.
Made by RPS so they have the quality that you'd expect from them.
Almost always break on impact. I cannot recall a single bounce besides a few deflected by loose clothing or sometimes(rarely) off the curves of a mask visor
I'm not a huge fan of the new dry shell. I heard they scratch the barrel slightly.(haven't seen it yet, myself)
RPS is reportedly changing the bore size to a smaller diameter
In older batches (with shiny shell) the more popular colors , i.e. hot pink,blue and yellow, tended to be of less quality, like they were rushed to be made.
I have a LAPCO BigShot on my AutoCocker and use PMI Premium exclusively.
It just seems like this was a match made in heaven. I get impressive accuracy with this combo. Also my friends with BigShots on their M98's have similar accuracy.
I have had cases and cases put through my A/C and have not had a single problem with these balls.
The new formula RPS is using though coarser, is every bit as accurate and even more brittle.
All and all these are the perfect rec baller paint and an excellant practice paint.
I am still a little disappointed that RPS didn't stick with the shiny shells(they taste better) but what can I do?
9 cuz you can always run into a bad batch every once in a while
These are most definitely the best paintballs I have shot yet! I think out of a two thousand case only two broke and that is because I have a tippman flatline barrel. This barrel breaks balls like a mofo and yet I only had two break! So to say the least it is worth the price, which I should add is fairly cheep.
If you want to say that two balls out of two thousand is bad, well you are an idiot!
Conclusions are stupid, lets just say I recommend them highly!
Very accurate, hardly breaks or dents, colors arenít bad, they donít expand very easily.
Sometimes, when they hit a target they donít break, but your target feels a horrible pain, hahaha, Iím not joking, hehe. When they break in your barrel, they start pouring side to side top to bottom they suck in this case, but hey if not for this, what would squeeges be for?
Well I have used this paint with a boomstick, and stock piranha barrels, they work fine with both.
The shape is round and they are hard so its difficult for them to disfigure.
The cost could be a little lower but its not that much.
Well I really cant think of paintballs in its category cause these are the only paintballs I use, well except for Diabloís blaze, in that case the premiums are better.
Yes, this paint is great, perfect for training, everyday play, and even mid-level tourney.