Originally Posted by bigdaddy0812
Ok thank you for that info chris. Me and couple guys going to prepay but have a question. None of us have shot the 4 or 5 star...which do u like better or think? Kinda wanna try one but also wanna make sure gun can shoot it with out breaking.thanks for your time helping with the questions btw.
Either ball is a top proformer.
5 Star is extreamly fragile. If you do not take the time to properly set up your marker it can be frustrating... Example would be in the morning if it is fairly cool outside... the moisture accumulated in a barrel and cooling of the barrel from air movement may cause it to break under rapid fire... but as the temp comes up, you will not have that issue.
Personally, i shoot it every chance i can (trust me, the guys on my team hate me when i do) when its above 65 degrees,,,any cooler and you start to see the paint just being too brittle for the weather.
4 Star is standard warm weather production ball. It shoots straight, has nice fills, and it considerably more brittle than 3 star but not as fragile as 5 star.
Its probably the best bet if you just wanna throw it in your marker and go.
As long as you are not running a A5 on full auto.. it should shoot just fine.
We (Attica Distortion) shot this ball for finals at the USPA in NY... And the results were amazing! So... its a winner and my book.