The newest paintball from RPS. Metallic shell with manufacturing properties that allow it to feed faster and fire faster. Perfect for those fast feeding electronic guns. Shell is half silver metallic with the other half matching the fill color.
The RPS Flash Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
xtra w/ 12v revvy, microline hose, need new exp. chamber
i use j&j ceramic barrel
this paint is great, it was very accurate and broke like paintballs of god... i even let my friend use it in some rental with a freakin stick for a trigger and it shot better than the other balls we had (diablo midnight).
nothing much, werent any dimples when i got em and the fill is cool, but it is costly
i would really buy this product if ya got the cash to spend for some real quality stuff
Its small bore(.684) which means you can shoot the ball though cracks in the walls! I shot theis guy how has hiding behind a bunker that had a small crack. The ball went straght through and got him in the mask. It was lucky but kewl.
Half of the balls i got were dimpled but the others were fine.
You better make sure you hae a barrel thats at least a .688 bore. These balls are small and you dont want ball rolling out of you barrell
rps premium , marbs, slam ball, hellfire, inferno, blaze, nitro68, bigball, midnight, kickn metallics,kickn premium, pointblank, kickn seconds
all better than this product
cnc angel lcd cobra parts and bolt boomstick barrel
something easy to clean
the fill is a good color
the shell was inconsistant in boresize and shape, the weight varied from 2-5 grams, my marker went from shooting a +/- 3 with other paint to about a +/- 50 with flash. it broke one in ten even during slow firing, and the thick fill is very difficult to clean out of my barrel.
i might have gotten a bad batch, but the paint was fresh and it shot awful. i have shot almost all types of paint including seconds and this is THE WORST i have used i wouldn't reccomend it. However the fill is good and if they fix the shell problems it might be worth a second try. i will give it a three because the fill is fairly descent even if the performance wasn't.
Automag powerfeed with ReTro valve, 14" Boomstick, and 8.5" Taso Eliminator
Taso Eliminator (personally own an 8.5")
...too easily. I had to use it in a tournament yesterday, and cheesed a ball EVERY game. I could pull off bursts sometimes, but I frequently cheesed on my first shot, and even while chronographing my gun. The paint also has many, many dimples (comparable to 32 degrees Team Colors paint). I do not like this stuff.
It may be good paint (worked well in my teammate's Angel, and the other's Model 98), but in an Automag, it sucks. The Automag is by no means a gentle gun, and this paint cannot be used with it. Also, when it did work well, my shots were somewhat accurate, but every 3rd ball or so would be 3 feet off from about 30 feet away. RPS could do a lot to improve this stuff.
Loads well, fires well. Accuracy and break consistancy rules. I long balled several people from what I thought would be a non break distance and they broke. Very impressed, and I get the for cheaper the marbs.
Still kind of spendy, but that will always be with paintballs.
If you shoot marbs or all star, give these a shot. They are an impressive paintball. My cocker spits them out no problem.
EVEYTHING. It really makes the difference! I just bought my new gun and, of course it came wit the stock barrel... the ball they sent kept on breaking, but once we got these I had 100%% less ball breakeage, I know it sounds weird, but its true. It works acceptionally well in stock barrel, very good barrel
Absolutely awsome p-balls! I cant rave enough about them. The fill is great, a blinding neon green that will not wipe off, and they fly straight.
Have had no breaks out of 1 case in a Spyder TL Plus with add on regulator. In my oppinnion, the best paintball (and not very expensive!) Buy a case of this paint! You will not go back to anything else.