blaze- almost as good
premiums- a lil worse
big ball- not quite as good as premiums
team colors- as good as blaze
super swirl- breaks in your gun, bounces on target
brass eagle- uhhh this just curves and curves and is misshapen
viewloader- like B.E but smells worse (comes in cool tubes at walmart)
point blank- only gun ive seen these work in are tippmanns
powerball- i got old ones and they stunk but fresh might be good
i use a PMI Trracer S/A with 32 degrees gas thru grip and custom vetical adapter, new bumper, PMI Razzor Barrel, gonna get a spring kit
my backup is an aci maverick stock
my razzor works good also the stock on a spyder tl+, other small-medium bore barrels
shoots straight+ accurate
i like the white fill its nice and thick
only had one break in my gun out of about 1500
always breaks on target
can be found at walmart
made by diablo
sometimes they can have dimples, not alot, but some. does not affect accuracy
buy them better than many much more expensive paintballs. people who gave them bad reviews probably got old paint.
Various brass eagle paint, marbelizers, viewloader paint.
Right now I'm mostly using the spyder sonix. Mostly. I put an Armson stealth barrell on it, an expansion chamber, new springs, drop forward, and I polished the bolt.
They don't shoot well in the armson at all!! Since the barrell is rifled, the odd shaped balls don't fit in the grooves and end up giving a very unaccurate shot. They worked much better in my dye stainless steel.
The paint in itself is not that bad, but it is not worth the money. They shoot fairly accurate in unported barrels.
I'd say about 33%% of the balls were dented or misshaped, so they wouldn't work well in a rifled barrell. They aren't that cheap either. They are about $30 for 1000, when you could spend an extra $5 and get a half a case of marbleizers, wich is far better paint.
The quality is O.K. to use in skirmishes and target practice, but it is a little too expensive for that. I would just use brass eagle for targets since it is cheaper, and marbleizers if your in a game
I've used a 12" 32 Degrees Quiot Riot barrel barrel and the 8 1/2" stock barrel that came on my Sonix. I've never broken a ball yet with either barrel. (Well... actually one a couple of weeks ago)
The price and accuracy of the product is unbelievable. If your a person who insists on using really expensive paint don't read this but if you're like me and play in your backyard, you can't beat this stuff. It's cheap ($15 for 500), easily readible (WalMart sells it), and it doesn't break in your barrel. I'm buying a Flash in a couple of weeks and this is probably the only paint it will see. I'm even going to take this stuff to a local tournament or two this summer. And Diablo manufactures the stuff and Sheridan sells it.
Nothing. Unless you insist on brand name stuff.
If you play in your backyard or play at local places, use this stuff. We have a small five man team and it's all we shoot.
Current setup...Automag Classic with ReTro Valve
Lapco Gas Through Grip
Armson Stealth barrel
32 Degrees Terminator Barrel
I used an Armson Stealth and a 32 Degrees Terminator
I shot about 1000 rounds of this stuff in a game situation. If you are familiar with an Automag, they have a reputation for chopping balls (just don't short stroke and you'll be fine...anyhoo). I only chopped one ball all day, and that was my fault. I got to hammering on the trigger a little too fast and short stroked it. As with any Mag, my accuracy was not very good after that...
One out of 1000 in a Mag is really very good. These balls fly true, and break on your opponent, and not generally in your gun. I had a very good experience with this paint. It is a bright white fill (so my marks were distiguishable from the green, pink and orange at our field) and they really did a good job.
The one ball that I chopped was my fault, so I can't really blame the paint. I had no bad experiences with this stuff...so far...
I would recommend this paint...especially if you are confined to Walmart as your primary dealer of paint. It isn't that much more expensive than Brass Eagle or Viewloader, but a whole heck of a lot better. This should be your #1 Walmart option...if not, don't play.