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  • Of course these paintballs may not meet the standards of some players, but cheaper paintballs are definitely a way for players with much less cash available to at least be able to afford ammunition to play the wonderful sport of paintball
  • I know that there are brand name paintballs out there which are about the same price, however, I think that Black Market paintballs are about the best it gets for the cash I pay for them
  • I prefer to get Nelson low-grade paintballs for even cheaper, but these are decent paintballs for what I use them for
  • I recommend that you use them just for playing around with friends and such
  • Action Village just does their best to deliver you mildly decent paint at an affordable price, not give you the best quality paint possible at an impossible price

    • by navypwn
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      Often times when playing paintball, players realize that they’re on a budget and are going to have to buy cheaper paintballs to make up for their loss. Cheaper paintballs obviously aren’t going to have the same qualities of more expensive paintballs, but they’re still good enough to “get the job done”. Of course these paintballs may not meet the standards of some players, but cheaper paintballs are definitely a way for players with much less cash available to at least be able to afford ammunition to play the wonderful sport of paintball. Trust me, paintball is worth playing regardless of the ammo you’re using, if you have to, buy the cheapest ammo out there, you’ll still have the same amount of fun! Your shots may not be 100% accurate and you may have breaks less often, but you’re definitely going to still be having fun.

      Action Village brand paintballs are a decent way to do this. Black Market paintballs are a great way to


      get decent paintballs while saving some cash. I know that there are brand name paintballs out there which are about the same price, however, I think that Black Market paintballs are about the best it gets for the cash I pay for them. I prefer to get Nelson low-grade paintballs for even cheaper, but these are decent paintballs for what I use them for. They’re really best for recreational and practice use, but I guess if it was required you could use them in a tournament. I recommend that you use them just for playing around with friends and such. They do work fine for all levels of play though, even in extremely cold temperatures they’ll maintain a stable flight, although it may become much harder for them to break on impact. There are better paintballs for outdoor play on the market for this type of play.

      The accuracy of these paintballs is about average. You will see some curve balls, as the consistency ...


      • isn’t completely excellent. It definitely gets better as far as the accuracy goes, but still, you get what you pay for. In this case, you’re getting a bit more than you pay for, because they’re really more accurate than you would expect a 30.00$ case of paint to be. About 1 in 10 shots is a complete curve ball, however the rest of the balls aren’t going to demonstrate complete accuracy. If you’re looking for paintballs which are completely accurate all the time, I would recommend dishing out a bit more money and getting high grade premium tournament quality paintballs, because that’s about the only way you’re going to have really accurate paintballs.

        The consistency of these paintballs is as you would expect, possibly better. There are going to be some dimpled balls. You may even see some breaks in the bags, however it’s not that likely. The overall consistency of the paint is decent, the balls are close to uniformly shaped, however they’re

        obviously not going to be perfect at around half the price of a high grade paint. There definitely are better paintballs available with higher consistency, however you get what you pay for, and at this price, the consistency of the paintballs is quite decent. I would only recommend buying these paintballs if you’re interested in saving money, not getting the best quality paintballs out there. Action Village just does their best to deliver you mildly decent paint at an affordable price, not give you the best quality paint possible at an impossible price.

        Overall, these paintballs are decent, and are really a good bargain for the price that they’re continuously listed at. You can expect the price of these paintballs to either remain the same or go down, as they’re more sold for price than quality, although the quality of the paintballs matches or exceeds the price. I would recommend these paintballs to someone who wants to save a few bucks on their paint budget.




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