Xball Gold- My goodness these are better but they are so much more expensive
RPS Premium- They are good and cheaper but they arent as high quality
Zap Spank- cheaper but not as good
Stingers- ok but definitely not as good
Polar Ice- best winter paint but doesnt compare to xball bronze
DXS Midnight- really good value paint comes close to xball bronze
DXS Frostbite- same as polar ice but cheaper and not as good as bronze
they are realitively small bore so anything in the .684-.687 would be good
Bright fill, High Quality, Breaks Easily
Breaks Easily, Expensive
There is no mistake that you hit someone with xball bronze. The balls that i get with pink fill are so bright i can see a hit all the way across the field. For those that are wondering why i said breaks easily in both weakness and strength is all because of the last time i played. I was playing speed ball and there was one man left. He was being surpressed so i sprint to the snake ran up to his bunker and surrendered him. Only after i did I found a pod was missing. There was my pod lieing there near the snake where i slid completly coated with pink fill. Not only did i lose 140 perfectly fine paintballs but i also lost the pod for the day because there was no water available to rinse the pod out. Other than that one complication I have never had a problem with the countless cases of my all-time favorite paintball.
UPDATE I went back to the field and got a new case of this paint. The shell color was intoxicating. Ok back to update. The case was "fresh off the truck" if you know what I mean. I fell in love with them all over again. Im upping the rating to 10 because no one was safe when they were in my sights.
If you have the money buy it you get a excellent tourney ball for $50 and youll never have to worry about bounces and such.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 28th, 2008 at 4:29 pm PST