The 2002 line of Brass Eagle Paintballs has been greatly improved for the new millenium. Major technology and quality enhancements have delivered a new era in paintballs marketed under the Brass Eagle trademark.
The Brass Eagle Afterburner Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
I like these paintballs because I have never chopped any of them and they have a thick shell so they don't break if you drop them on the floor. These are great! Theres not much else to say...I like the bright colors to so they show up good when you get someone out.
I really like these paintballs, they work GREAT for me!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 26th, 2003 at 7:20 pm PST
There arent too many i have not had the best exsperience with these paintballs.
Shatter too easily,curve out of the barrel 1/3 of the time.
Slow,shatter in barell,and outside of barrel,curve,and have a weak impact. i use these balls often and if you treat them right and dont get too trigger happy they will feed through at a good...10bps max. now. i myself,am a trigger happy player,as im sure most of you are with a powerfull semi to full auto gun i your hand,its just fun,these balls cant handle that,i would reccomend buying paintballs from a local pro shop,not Wal-mart,for a pump gun,you are set with these but i will rate this as if it where my gun.
I used these paintballs once because I was out of paint, and was going to paintball that day. The paintball store was still closed, so I went to Wal-mart, and this is all they had so I got them. I went to play, and I was test shooting my gun and already some popped. I know it wasn't the gun because I was using my shocker, and I tested them in my friends ion, and it had the same effect. There was no way I could play with these all day, so I had to use my friends' paint. Overall bad paint, don't buy
14" 32 degrees nyte stik barrel
16 oz CO2 tank
i used my nyte stik barrel
Look like paintballs
So hard it doesn't break
Bounces almost all the time
I was using Big ball at my friends house and i ran out of paint in the battle. I forgot my pods so my friends brother gave me a pod of this brass eagle afterburners. They looked OK by the looks. Man, i was wrong it may have been my barrel but these things we flying everywhere doing swirls and completly missing the target. My friend has a Spyder Extra and they seemed OK shooting out of his gun. He finnally hit me and it bounced off but it hurt worse than any other paint. I've been playing paintball for sometime now and those things hurt more than any other paint i've been hit with.
Do yourself a favor and stay away form these.
If you got a Spyder or you just like to lose then get these. But if you like to have a chance at winning buy better paint like Dusk or Scorch. Scorch is the same price and are 10 times better. Dusk is just as good and at dunhams it's only $9 for 500 and $17 for a 1000. I'll give it a 2 because it shoots out the barrel at least.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, October 12th, 2005 at 5:30 am PST
4500psi 45cu central flag n2 system
halo b/w rip drive
Break easily on target not in gun
Cheap at local store at $5
Sometimes a few break in box
These paintballs are good for the price and i dont see why everyone thinks there so bad. They dont bounce off stuff so th/re like tourney grade. Well if even if you dont agree with this the ones i bought had great performace and were cheap. You should buy these if ur on a budget and need some good paintballs.
PVC pipe works nicely. No. ummmmmmmm try anything that you don't really care alot about.
PRICE Way cheap! Pretty bright fill. LOOKS.
20 broken in can!!!! Yikes. INACCURATE...........
I got these and they was broked in the box! Boo Hoo! What a waste of my two crisp Abe Lincoln faced paper dealeys. Sorry Abe, I should have bought some RPS premium or some marbs. These balls are dimple and mine were all swollen from being soaked in paint until after I got them. These aren't bad after you get over the bad and the ugly. Then you can be happy because they are bright and they do work and shoot so buy 'em if you want but check for breakage unlike me!
They're okay for practice but don't buy a case to shoot at someone because they won't walk off the field painted.
When I went to buy some paint, I noticed somthing new there, Afterburners. When I first bought them, I never saw the Brass Eagle logo on them, if I had, I probably woud have never bought em. They are the best shooting paintballs that Brass Eagle makes, but I still don't like them. They break just as much as they don't, and they are not very accurate. Even though it is the best ball Brass Eagle makes, none of them are that good. I would go with some other ball in the same price range, you can get alot more out of your paint if you avoid Brass Eagle.
I wouldnt buy it, there is alot more quality paint in the same pricerange.
didn't see too many people with BE paintball marks (they wiped off easy)
My friend was out of paintballs, and we couldn't go out of our way to buy some, so he bought some of these at the local store. I told him he had made a mistake buying BE paintballs; he didn't care.
Later on when we were playing, I eventually tried some of his paint, and I came to find out that it wasn't that bad after all. I did have one break though (but it was raining and the ball had probably gotten wet when my friend gave me some paintballs) in my 16" barrel (Spyder Xtra). I had about a hundred shots, whereas he was using a Spyder Imagine without any upgrades and he didn't have a single brake out of about 500 shots.
He had paid $20 for 6 packs of 200 (that's 1200 paintballs).
Well I would consider BE AfterBurners to be only emergency paintballs, and save that little extra money for better quality ones. Seeing as tried them once, though, I would probably check around for other reviews.
Spyder Victor II stock w/ 20 oz. pure energy tank and VL 200 hopper (Soon to be electronic grip and barrel)
PMI Black Maxx w/ VL barrel, 9 oz. BE tank and VL 200 hopper (now retired)
-found at any wal-mart
-nice, bright fill
-doesn't fly straight
-cost more than blue streak (which are better)
After burner balls just aren't worth your money. They don't fly straight at all. When you shoot one it flys up and then to the left. I have never been able to hit anyone with these. The only way you could was if they jumped into the air. The only thing I like about them is the fill. They are much brighter than blue streak and come in several colors.
I would only recommend this for target practice, even though you won't hit anything.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 26th, 2004 at 6:36 am PST
These paintballs are pretty awful. They are way overpriced, super low quality, and totally worthless. They will never break (except for inside your gun) and they are incredibly oily. I would not buy them again, you could get the same or better quality paint for a whole lot less. It's not the worst paint in the world, but it is pretty bad.
Do not buy these, even if your just going to be messing around. They are too expensive even for that. However, they're not horrendous, so a 3.