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.
GAP i liked these just about the same, GAPs paint stayed on better.
These balls were very cheap on sale, 12 bucks for 500. The color is cool.
They aren't too accurate, but what do you expect for 12 dollars.
I've only shot about 300 so you cant really listen to what i say. But if you want to, They shot straight enough for me. I could hit people from pretty far away. They have cool colors. I got the green/yellow ones and the color is cool. 12 dollars is a good price for 500. They dont break too easy when you hit people in the stomach. None have broken in my barrel and i dont think they will because they are really tough.
I recommend to get these if there 13 dollars or under.
Any barrel except the Tippmann 98 Custom Stock barrel. Plz never keep that barrel on your gun, ur better off without it.
Pretty accurate, don't ever pop in ur barrel or gun
Don't always pop when they hit someone, as expensive as marbs
These balls are very good, but lets face they aint marbs. Brass Eagle shouldn't be selling 1000 packs for $45!!!! But, If they brought the price down the balls would be a great deal. One other trouble is that they don't pop whewn they hit a target sometimes. I'd say about %12 of afterburners don't pop when they hit a guy in his stomach. Overall, they're just one step down from marbs and they're ok.
get em if u dont have marbs or can't find any. just dont buy em at wal-mart
I have used almost every poular type of paintball. Marbs shoot the same as these. Zap are worse than these, and Diablos (of all types) are worse than these.
JT Excellerator 5.0, Viewloader 12V X Board Hopper, Bolt Work done, 14" sniper barrel.
Any. These are standard sized paintballs.
VERY Consistant, VERY BRIGHT FILLS!
Not many, somewhat hard to find.
I found these just at my local store, its called galyans. They were, and still are $30.00 for 1500 rounds, so at that price, I decided to give them a chance. After using them, I was hooked. I never use any other paint. They are SO CHEAP!!! ($30.00 FOR A 1500 ROUND CASE!)
The only main problem is that you can shoot them at low velocities, or high velocities, because sometimes they will dip in the middle velocities, but not usually. In the winter though, they work VERY well.
Get them, because you cant go wrong with paintballs $30.00 FOR 3/4 A CASE OF PAINTBALLS!!!
6 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, December 24th, 2003 at 4:46 pm PST
I was very supprised.. these things acually flew straight, kinda a crappy fill.
Oily paint.. BE always has been that way tho.. but it flew pretty straight..
I was really really impressed with BE this time around... the paint flys somewhat straight and I didnt have one singel break!!!! the only thing bad about it .. is that its still oily paint...
but its a good rec ball.. and BE paint that doesnt break.. almost unheard of... but this time they got their Stuff straight.
try it out.. I think ull be impressed, the paint acually flew pretty straight.. and out o half a case of this BE stuff.. get this... NOT ONE BREAK!!!!... BE did pretty good this time..
I used a Smart Parts All American and had no problems what so ever
Availability (you can get them at Walmart)
cool colors (nobody likes getting hit with bright pink paint)
thick shell (makes it easier to get through light brush)
I had no problems at all with accuracy. The 6000 that I have shot have produced no barrel breaks and only occasionally have bounced off of other people.
thick shell (yes I put that above also, but they can be a little hard when it comes to hitting people. I had to check my speed twice because people thought I was shooting hot.)
These were great balls for the price Walmart had them on sale for $20 a thousand. If I can keep getting them at that price Ill stick with them.
PMi Premiums, RPS Big Ball - both better
Proto Darts - Incredibly better
J&J Ceramic 14"
BT Tippmann Double Trigger
*Soon to Come* - Viewloader eVLution II and Response Trigger
I used a J&J 14 inch and it still sucked
Made by brass eagle, oily, too brittle, didnt shoot straight
Okay i bought 200 of these for 7.99 just to try out. When i got home and filled up my hopper, one of the balls fell out and broke right there. Some "mysteriously" broke in the container it came in without the container even dropping, making all the other balls really oily and grimey. When i began to shoot, the first 2 or so came out pretty straight, but after that, they were curving enough to make a MLB pitcher jealous.
I dont reccomend using this paint unless you just want to show off how fast your gun can shoot paint because thats all its good for. It was a waste of 8 bucks and I will never buy this again.
CIP sweetspot trigger
front block from rodeo (came wit non removable expansion chamber w/ inline regulater
soon to come: T-board w/ eyes 25 or 50g switch and if im to fast a z board for eggy and also a madman valve
stock on xtra rodeo genesis and tippmann
Good enuf accuracy if its not for a serious day
i used these for target practice ( at a fence not bottle or anything that wuld need good accuracy) so with this product i was pleased but if its for bottle or REAL taget practice get dusk or scorch. but im pretty sure its not made anymore since i havent seen it at wal mart in forever.
Dont get it cos im sure by now its really old. my batch passed.
98C w/ Flatline (also a bigshot)
GTA double trigger
Rocket Cock II
Custom Trigger Mods
Redz FT 400 + 4 VL Pods
48/3000 Pure Energy Comp. Air
Not sure, I used in my Flatline and to my suprise they worked great!
Don'y break as often as i heard
I was very suprised when I first shot these. I wanted to play in the gravel pit near my house with some friends so i decided to get a case of cheap paint. It seems people don't like these very much but, personally, i found they worked great! I was using them in my faltline, assuming i was going to have to switch to my bigshot because of insane ball breakage but nope... they worked great in my flatline. Perhaps i just a had a VERY good batch but they were awesome. Price was good... (cheap)... and they didnt break. I think they deservre about a 7-8 as a rating because they worked great fo rme
Fairly decent balls... I'll definately get them again sometime! worked well
Tippmann Model 98: -and now a 32 degree's icon-E with a kickass trigger kit
GTA inline expansion chamber
Dead on paintball rear velocity adjuster
32 degrees venturi bolt
PMI razzor barrel 14"
pure energy 20 oz co2
psycoballistics rocket cock
any will do just fine PMI's work pretty good with them.
Bright, accurate kind of, break nicely, dont break in chamber, smell nice
These acutally arnt too bad for being real cheap like. There surprisingly accurate for something so cheap. And some people might not notice this but they dont smell too bad they wont leave ur hopper or ur container u have them in smelling like ASS. The paint is really bright no one will get away with cheating if u use this u can see it from about 500 feet away. Easy to clean out of barrel if one does happen to break.
These arnt bad balls for being real cheap some people swear by them some hate them i think there pretty good myself but not the best. As my name says ive tried out a lot of cheap paint and these seem to be the best.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 2nd, 2005 at 7:01 pm PST