Well, back to subject. After that dent in the pocket we headed to the mall to hit an ATM, the guys needed to pull money to pay me back. Well, i was only payed back $19.00 for some reason.
We entered wal-mart and went to the sporting section.
So many choices,most of which I would never choose.
My buddy recommended that I try scorch.
since I didn't have enough money for the paint I wanted (Evil), so, I toughed up and grabbed a case of one-thousand for $19.00.
After loading all my pods with the new paint, we commenced to play. I noticed from the first shot how accurate the balls flew and how many shots before there was even one break.Easy to see when leaving the barrel, thats what they were with their bright red shed,and when one broke,they were easily seen in dense woodland.Even easier to see whe one of the opposing team members tried to wipe,only got smeared around and created a larger pink area.
I will possibly only use this brand, it's good,shell breaks on contact,not in pods, A++
Try it, even just 500 rounds,youll be pleased.
i give it a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
Also, a side note: some paint I have shot, and have been shot by stink bad, another plus to this one is there is little to no smell.
~~~~~UPDATED REVIEW~~~~ March 18th
Okay, today I played in sub-arctic temperatures, about 10 degrees above zero.
It was cold indeed, but the balls stil fired perfect! They only chopped when I'd fire too fast for them to be fed.
Still broke on contact, and it still gets my 10!
~~~~~UPDATED REVIEW~~~~ May 12th
Here's the newest report on everyones favorite cheap paint.
I just played a game of quickdraw with my Core Zx pistol, infamous for chopping scorch amongst my friends.
The downlow is, I fired all 12 shots in less than thirty seconds, and didnt have a single chop, did that 10 times, and maybe only 3 broke the entire day of quickdraw.
Weather was around 58 degrees farenheit, 10% humidity i think.
This post has been edited by Alaskanfront: 27 May 2006 - 03:46 AM