Not every paintball is appropriate for all temperature conditions. Generally the thick shelled paintball is better of
cold weather use, will a thin shelled paintball works better in warm/hot weather. Using a thick shelled paintball in warm
weather will cause a high number of "bounces". Using a thin shelled paintball in cold weather will cause a high number of
breaks in your gun. If you are playing in temperature under 40 F, we recommend RP Scherer Polar Ice, which is specifically
made for cold weather play. We don't recommend that you use RP Big Ball, Premium Gold, or ZAP Pro Performance for temperatures
under 45 F.
|JT TOURNAMANT GRADE PAINT BALLS|
2000/ $75.00 IS ONE CASE.