Blue shell:yellow fill.
Vanquish Your Foes With Demon-Like Accuracy!
Brass Eagle introduces the all new line of Demon™ paintballs for 2006. Demon™ Paintballs are formulated to produce a high performance and accurate paintball while providing a great value. Our Paintballs are 100% lot tested to meet or exceed a 98% accuracy rating and ASTM standards.
Engineered with the optimal combination of weight, density and roundness. All this at an economical price, providing a great value.
Demon™ paintballs are available in two colors: Orange shell with Orange fill and Blue shell with Yellow fill. Demon™ paintballs are packaged in four convenient quantities: 200 count bottle, 500 count box, 1,000 count box and 2,000 count box.
The Brass Eagle Demon Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
Kingman Spyder Sonix
16" Taso Stone Cold II
Viewloader VL Hopper
20 oz. CO2
Better than Brass Eagle Monster
They actually break on target
Bright orange fill
Fill is easy to wipe
It appears that with the Demon the folks at Brass Eagle finally got the notion of what a paintball should be mostly right. At the very least these are actually usable. Compared to the Brass Eagle Monster, these things are a significant upgrade. The shell is better, the fill is brighter and the balls are mostly round.
The fill is oily, so make sure you're not playing with a bunch of wipers. Accuracy can still be a problem, but for the price they aren't bad.
If you see these sitting next to a case of Brass Eagle Monsters and the price is less than $10 different for a case -- its a no-brainer, take the demons home.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 4th, 2007 at 4:27 am PST
With the Brass Eagle Brand the only other one I have tried is the Monster Balls.
Camo 98 Custom by Tippmann, not to many accessories yet but that will change with time.
I just used my stock barrel
They are strong suckers, didn't break one in the barrel.
They are strong suckers, didn't break one on a body.
They are not all that great of a ball. I would aim at something and they would hit an object 10 miles away from where I was trying to get them to go. My gun was shooting around 340 and they still wouldn't break on a wood board. I finally used some of my friends Marbalizers for the rest of the day. I guess you could think of him as my hero.
I would not recomend these balls. I f you want to hit someone and have it break then I would say spend a little more money and get a better quality ball.
I have the tac 5 all stock thinken about gettin the tippmann us army
None i dont recoomend these paintballs
There r none
Evrything these paintball suck
these are by far the worst paintball i have ever used i used them in a 98 with act and guess what the still choped they suck so bad no 1 should ever buy these the cost like 10$ for a reson. If u do buy these paintballs try to trade a 1000 for 500 with the enemy because thats the only way they could accully help you
I belive these are the worst paiontballs i have ever used lol
soft shell(some may be deformed) mustard looking fill(very watery) EXPENSIVE
These paintballs were terrible got 500 of them at kmart for 15$ I got these because I thought they would be cheaper than the paintballs at the paintball shop but. I was wrong I got 500 marbalizers for 15$! i think that they were a rip off I will never by them again I can get ones just as good as thoughs for 9$ for 500.
my conclusion is these paintballs were not warth the money.If i could i would give this a -5 out of ten but since i cant i will give it a 1/10
If you hate barrel breaks use this paint.
i shoot people out with this paint but 2 or 3 balls and in the mask and harder areas of the body. seem to shoot pretty accurate.
i let my wife shoot my gun and she was shooting a telephone pole from 30yds. and asked me "why are they bouncing off?" i figured i'd better look else where for balls that actually break.
If your playing against people who are wearing chain male these are great!
Well now these are some decent balls except they are not completely reliable and every once and a while there will be a bad one that breaks or curves to some extent but most are fairly good paintballs worth buying for new players but definantly not anything for pros to use. They are also pretty inexpencive for alota balls. It was about 25 bucks for 1000 balls so not a bad deal at all.
OK paintballs for begginers but a light fill kinda sux
Tippmann A-5, E-grip, CP One Piece Classic 14", Pure Energy 72/3000 HPA
Chop a lot
I used these for a few games, and they seemed fine for just pick up and play. I had quite a few balls chop, out of the 1,000 that I used. The best thing about these is that theyre cheap. If you're low on money and just want to play with some friends these arent bad balls to buy.
Buy them for casual play, otherwise leave them alone.
everything is better than this.... even monster balls. i normally, however, play with either marbilizer or core
Special ops longbow, Q bow adapter, Ncstar sight
None; they wern't that cheap and they dont work well
I was playin with this a couple of weeks ago bcause this is all te store had. it was $20 for a half case, so it wasn't extremly cheap, but not expensive either. I was shootin an a5 with air and the accuracy was horrible!!! i shot it a boulder 25 feet away and i shot a 3 foot grouping!!! better yet, when i was playing, i hit my freind 7 times and not even one break... all of them bounced. we even went so far as to shot each other from about 10 feet away (during and after the game) and none of them broke.... it was just sad. i ended up using the last 2 bags of it to make fill for my homemde grenades. please do not buy this stuff!!! you WILL be disapointed!!!
DO NOT BUY IT!! it is the absoulutely worst paint that i have ever used. even white box practice paint was better.
Break on contact
Few barrel breaks
Good fill color
Overall a decent paintball that is reliable. It is good for the money and i would recomend it for when you need paint quick or just want something to practice with and screw around with i havent found any problems with the tempurate its stored in either. I wouldnt recomend this for big tournaments. you can find it at local stores
Tthe balls cave in if u hold them for over a minute
im new just saying
uhhh i was at a church event and my parents went to k-mart they picked it up and i thought they were crap. i realized they were very good. they did their job and were cheap i would NOT NOT recomend this for a tourny. only recreation other than tournys it is good and cheap paint.
only 21$ for 1000 balls