RPS Polar IceUsed some polar ice (about 6000 rounds) last week. The temperature was around 40 degrees, and it was the fields "premium" paint.
First let me say that, I am sure this paint is the way to go once...
Used some polar ice (about 6000 rounds) last week. The temperature was around 40 degrees, and it was the fields "premium" paint.
First let me say that, I am sure this paint is the way to go once temperatures reach 32ish. However for this review, I am saying it from a 40 degree standpoint.
The fill is great, nice and thick, and highly visible when you hit a player. However getting the ball to break is another story.There were plenty of games where I had to hit my opponent 5-6 times before the ball broke. Coming from a "premium" paint standpoint, that is completely unacceptable.
The paint shot great, nice and straight, and ball on ball (when matched with the right bore barrel obviously) but it just would NOT break on players. As far as price goes, if the weather is above freezing I wouldn't recommend you shoot this paint.
I cannot say much about this paint in the freezing temperatures, so you can take this review with a grain of salt if you'd like. When I pay 64.00 for a case of paint I expect it to hit my target and break, and when you are playing in above freezing weather this paint will not do that.
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RPS Polar IceI used this when playing in december,january,february,and march when its snowing and cold in the winter and they hold up pretty nice