They barely ever break(pro-carbine), they are accurate, and you can buy them for $45 a case. They come in many colors.
They bounce alot
They are good paintballs, cheap, accurate, low ball breakage. This paint is good if you want to buy paint that is good, but not the best for cheap. I give them a 10 for their cheap price and good quality.
The new technology ones are pretty good. They break easy, but they go through leaves sometimes wityhout breaking and break on target instead of leaves. Almost like marbalizer. Out of an evtire case i probably had 5 bounce. So I'm happy.
Sometimes they break in gun and its not my gun! There hardness is inconsistent so some dont break and some break easily!
very good for there price. Marbalizer and El Tigre barely have anything over these! In tournies i wouldnt use it though, i would spend that extra money!
-Um... Their round 90%% of the time.
-They shot fairly well out of most guns.
-For cheap paint they work well with most pickey guns and barrels.
-They're a good value as long as you don't get a bad batch.
-They're good for when you just want to test a gun (like shooting trees).
-They bounce a LOT! I was testing some upgrades I did to my Spyder with a friend of mine and told him to go run around in a field while I shot at him. Out of about 200 rounds and 160 that hit half of them bounced at 75 feet. Afterwards he complained that the balls hurt like hell even when they did break. In later testing, the balls would sometimes bounce off of TREES at 75 feet and 290 FPS. The shells are just too thick.
-Anyone who wants to cheat would have a field day if you were shooting these balls. The paint wipes off with ease.
-They're completely inaccurate for rapid fire even with a semi.
-This is the only paint I've ever shot that can permently stain forest camo. Unless you're playing in your little sister's bedroom or in your parent's flowerbed camo isn't supposed to be pink in any way, shape or form.
For the price they aren't bad although there are other brands which are better for the same amount of money. If you buy a box of PMI paint, bewere that you've got about a 1 in 4 chance of getting old, dimpled and REALLY thick shelled paint. Its sorta like playing roulette. If you buy it in smaller quantaties (like the 200 round packs) you have a better chance of getting good paint.
these balls are great they are inexspensive u can buy them almost anywhere even wal-mart they have these almost anywhere that has paintballgear.the other nice thing is i havent broke one even in my automag.
the fill isnt as thick as it should be
this paint works well with most guns i even saw them shoot good out of a stingray that my friend had .its not as good as proball but proballs are to exapensive and proballs are also a little big for some barrels i would recomend this paint to anyone
Pmi premiums are very good paint rarely are there any ball breaaks. I have shot over 6000 and have had mabey..........5 balll breaks. If i were u go out and get these they are very cheap in price and believe me they are worth it.
nothing ,mimimal ball breaks thats about it.I dont know why some peple didnt rate these paintballs as good as they are.
Overall this paint is worth having,great acurracy works great in every barrel exept brass eagle but anyway i would definalty give this a.............