Paintballs

Paintballs - A buyers guide

Paintballs are not all the same. There are different grades and different qualities. If the first thing you ask about paintballs is "Right which are the cheapest", then you probably arn't going to shooting many people out. A good quality paint matched to your barrel and paintball gun can make the difference between a good and a great day.

Practice Paintballs

This tends to be cheap and quite robust. Because it's robust it is a bit more difficult to break when it hits someone. If you have a mechanical paintball gun that runs at 800psi, you probably want this paint. Also, Magfed players should look for a very robust paint that doesn't deform when it's loaded into a magazine.

Scenario / Intermediate paintballs

Use this paint if you are playing in the woods with an electro paintball gun. It's more fragile than practice paint but will go through twigs and bushes.

Tournament Paintballs

This is the most brittle paint of all. Perfect for low pressure electronic paintball guns where there is nothing between you and the player you want to shoot.

Winter paintballs

When it's very cold, paintballs become very brittle. This is because cold air is dryer than warm air. This dry and cold environment will make paintballs very brittle and prone to barrel breaks. Winter paint is designed to perform in very cold weather.

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