The Bond film The Living Daylights
(Timothy Dalton, 1987) opens with a training exercise using "paintball" rounds.
The first paratrooper takes one in the back from the SAS. Note the
"powdery" impact, much larger than any paintball or Simunition round.
And when he turns in surprise, he takes another in the front. The
projectile left a "dust trail" before impact, meaning it's probably a
capsule of some sort filled with colored powder.
The bad guy agent also takes one in the back, despite the gun that was
supposed to have fired it not being aimed anywhere near him.
Again, note the large and "fluffy" impact cloud.
Bond (Timothy Dalton) takes one at the hip as he runs to try and catch up to the bad guy.
The bad guy takes two more in the windshield of his getaway Range
Rover. Note there's no spray or splatter, just two clods of dust and a
more collected at the edge of the windshield. The projectiles used were
clearly neither actual paintballs (which of course have a liquid fill)
are they Simunitions, which also have a liquid fill, and at the time of
this movie, weren't publically available yet. It appears the SFX crew
some kind of small container filled with colored dust, presumably
because actual paintball strikes weren't large and/or visible enough.