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.
Bright fill and most of the time the paint
broke on empact....sometimes
Well first its too soft
and second the fill is too thin
and over priced.
Okay well let me start off saying that the only good thing about this paint is that mine had a bright yellow fill. Thats the only good quality about it. It had horrible accuracy. It was way too soft so it had dimples all over. 50 out maybe 200 broke (and im being nice). If left in the sun for even like 10 seconds they begin to "melt".
over all this wasnt very good paint. i think it was only made for weak guns like the BrassEagle Talon Ghost or other crappy Brass Eagle markers. Im giving it a 3 only because it had a bright fill and broke on empact.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, November 23rd, 2006 at 2:49 pm PST
PMI Pure Energy CO2 Tank with On/Off Switch
Break on target
Runny fill, break in barrel, lots of dimples, inaccurate, don't last that long
I bought 400 of these to use for practice, and the balls were breaking all the time. They shat at 1 foot groupings ate about 15 yards, and the fill was extremely runny(easy to wipe off). The last thing is after having them stored in a plastic case for about 2 days they had already started to perspire and swell.
Get these if you need REALLY cheap paintballs for practice, but in no other situations
Blue Smart Parts Ion w/ black Q-lock , Pure Energy 3000psi 68cu fiber wrap nitrogen tank w/blue ANS dust nipple cover, and a Blue Halo B w/ Rib drive and a Green Spyder E-99 AVANT w/Rocking trigger, 20 oz. Co2 tank , Clear Evolution 2 and Black Empire reloader hopper.
Stock barrel, Or biggest bore size you have.
-None oily shell
-Expensive($20.00 for 500 rds.
These are good quality balls in order to get good ones you have to take the bad out of the box and make sur there are no damaged ones or popped ones.These are good If you have to get good paint and you cant go to a pro shop and you have to get them at target or walmart.
They are way overpriced but convinyent if you cant get to a pro shop and have a high end marker that requires good paint.
PMI pirahna EVO 2004
J@J ceramic one piece 16" barrell
20oz Pure Energy CO2
i dont know this paint sucks
There are absolutely ZERO!
They break no matter what barrel you use them in.
These balls suck i used them with a stock Brass Eagle Striker and i broke maybe 50 outa 200 balls, but obviously it wasnt because of the striker because even with my evo and my J@J barrel it still broke at least 30. These things suck. I suggest any of the paint i listed above except the Wild Streak. Believe it or not the Monster Balls are good i didnt break one even in my striker.
4 x 15 scope
12 in Smart Parts All American
Double Trigger Kit
My 12 in Smart Parts Works Well
Hard Hard Shell
Not a big fill, doesnt break easily
Well I used these my first time paintballing. Then I had a Spyder TL Plus. I didnt see anything wrong with them just the people screaming when they got hit. I think these are ok. I mean if you like to hit people and make them scream go for it. But I dont recomend that. I prefer to use Big Ball and Scorch. Those are very good. I hope you have fun but DONT get these paintballs.
Just dont get these paintballs. They have a to hard of a shell. Have fun
-expensive considering quality
-Break in barrel
I got these pbs from walmart when i was a noob. They werent very good in my spyder imagine because of their thin shell. When I did manage to hit someone, it was almost like wiping water off. Most of the time though, they would break in my barrel on one of my first shots of the day, and for the rest of the time, they would curve a TON!!!
Dont get them unless you absolutley have to, or your a noob, and dont know better. Thats not an insult because once upon a time, i was also a noob buying this exact paint.
Zap Torx, Zap Sport Series, Big Balls, JT Freedom, Marballizers, JT Predators, and Draxxus Blaze
Tippmann 98 Custom
8 Stage Expansion Chamber
Rear Velocity Adjuster
Rocket Cocker 2
Night Stick Barrel
Upgraded Cocking Spring
Upgraded Trigger Spring
Daisy Red Dot Scope
Halo TSA Backman Hopper
Brass Eagle Enough Said
Here your typical Brass Eagle Product accept it is not only a Brass Eagle product but it is also expensive. It costed me 16 bucks for 500! When I opened the box I was suprised to see good looking colors of the shell. Then I looked closer and noticed that the balls were pretty much all oblong. Once I put them in my gun I started to shoot and would chop paint every 2-3 balls or so. I felt the balls in my hand and some would break easily with barely any force what so ever and others would just not break. When the ball did break against the target that I was testing the balls with I could barely see the paint at all!
Do not buy anything from brass eagle or it's other makers such as jt usa
-If you have the right bore match, the accuracy is ok.
Ok well the fill is definitely not the brightest in the world so don't buy them expecting that. Also the fill is easily wipeable which is never fun. If you have the right barrel for these balls they can be ok for accuracy, NOT GOOD but ok. Well probably about 25% of the balls I had had dimples which leads to breaks. These balls are not consistent at all. You can have quite a few decent shots and then some can suck because of dimples. I would only recommend for practicing whatever or if you are on a tight budget I guess.
Overall these balls are not that great. Maybe I just got a bad batch but they weren't good for me. Some balls were good, others bad. What can you expect from Brass Eagle?
cp razor drop/asa
egg2 (revvy backup)
nitro duck 68/300 carbon fiber
Whatever you have now.
Doesn't break in marker, holds up over time, shoots decently well, cheap?
My friend, whos new to paintball brought this stuff over last week to play. He said he had it left over for a while. Apparently it had been sitting in his garage for a year. Immediately a warning light lit up in my brain. I then got a look at the box. Great, brass eagle. The truth is, this stuff didnt shoot half bad. I was quite surprized that paint this old could shoot decently well. It was the kmart kind so it was pretty cheap. I was quite surprized with this item.
No, this isnt high quality tourney paint or even competitive grade paint, but for economy recball this stuff is not bad at all.
No, I wouldnt use this stuff normally, but would I shy away from it next time? probably not. This stuff shoots decently well.
PMI Big Ball
tippmann custom 98
Cheap (I got them Half Price At Target)
It gets old quickly
I didn't have it break But I believe it could.
Well I was in target and they had 500rd boxes of this for 7.50 and I'm a cheapskate so I bought 2 of the 4 cases. I didn't have problems with it, But I can believe others have. Becasue this stuff is B.E. you probably are going to find it in a superstore, which means its most likely not fresh. When its not old (like 3 weeks after you buy it ) it becomes extremely brittle. I shot this stuff one weekend for 3 games or so and had no problems. It does stain wood thats not coated and The fills not very bright. I would only recommend it if you can get a deal on it.
I think Unless you find it super cheap you should go for other walmart brands made by draxxus and PMi like Big Ball and Scorch.