Originally Posted by Panthrprey
main problem I see isn't just distance but will the paint break.
Also if you turn the FPS up too fast balls tend to fly funny. I could be wrong if someone would do a test with .68 at 270 fps 300 and 350 and 400 be interesting to know the flight results.
yes i agree with that and take in for proof that back when we used circular and ball ammuntions for firearms they would tend to swerve off at a faster speed or longer distance. That is why we have our basic bullets today with groves and such and are accurate due to a key thing....Gyroscope they stay on track at a great distance and are reliable untill they either hit there target or ground. Circular balls tend to swerve off and such. That is charateristic with all paintballs. In this case i do not know if they will be more or less affected by this due to a lesser density in mass and would like to get stats on that