Stryker Paintballs All Weather Condition
Posted 22 April 2007 - 09:09 AM
Wind Speed: Barely any
Weather Conditions: Warm day. Not hot or cold. Clear with some clouds.
Date of Purchase: 4/20/07
Paintball Size: .68 Cal is all it says and its not listed on the pb bore sizes thread
Marker Setup Information
Velocity: Not sure. No Chrono. Last time I played last summer it was at 240 lol
Make: Kingman Model: Spyder TL
Air Source: Co2
Barrel: CMI Tru Flight "Sniper" barrel?
Modifications List: I was using a remote line. That's pretty much the only "modification" I have lol
I would not recommend these paintballs to anyone. The shell is so hard, I don't think I ever had a single one break on a player. Everyone called out just because they got hit and assumed it broke before looking except one player which I saw my balls hit him many times and never broke so he never called out (grrr).
I dropped three of these paintballs individually from my two story apartment window onto concrete and they just bounced. I dropped 3 other different types of paintballs from the same window and they all broke. The Strykers break just fine when SHOT from a marker onto a hard surface, but I generously threw one at a rock and it bounced. I threw one again forcefully and it finally broke. But they will not break on players unless its a gog hit.
I do not recommend these paintballs to anyone. Luckily I only bought 500.
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Posted 01 May 2007 - 07:26 PM
that is weird cause i use these in my mr-1 and x-7 and have had no problem
mr-1 set up= pure stock on remote with co/2
x-7 setup= polised internals and a j&j ceramic 12'' and remote with co/2
i just started using them and havnt had any problem maybe you got a bad batch or something
my brother in law used them in his A-5 and and he runs with air (co/2 ) on gun
and we shoot around 280
This post has been edited by tribe: 01 May 2007 - 07:28 PM
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