Brass Eagle introduces all new Wild Streak paintballs for 2004. The Wild Streak paintball shells are formulated using the same process as Afterburner, and they deliver the same standard of performance with regard to accuracy and reduced breakage in the marker. Reduced pigment and major technological enhancements deliver a unique look and a reduced cost to both the dealer and the consumer. Wild Streak paintballs are ideal for commercial fields that need a paintball with a thin fill for easy clean up. Available on four convenient quantities: 200 count box, 500 count box, 1,000 count box and 2,000 count box. Each quantity is offered in a colorful and protective point-of-sale packaging with dramatic shelf appeal.
The Brass Eagle Wild Streak is newer, so it should be commonly available.
Mostly Stock Spyder Victor (Just a few homemade mods)
12 Oz tank
Not sure... just used 9" stock spyder victor barrel. Worked great
Doesn't break in barrel
If you use a clear hopper, the orange really stands out in the woods
I only tested out about 100 balls, but all the shots were good. No balls were broken when I bought them, and none busted in my barrel. Really accurate. Shot a telephone pole from about 50 ft back only missed a couple of times. Played a quick game with them. We played late at night, and shot him 2 times in the leg even though I couldn't see him. The watery paint isn't too hard to see, but it could be better.
Pretty good for backyard ballin or something like that. I like them just to play around with.
These paint ball's are fine they do there job but there is one problim when they when They brake juice go's every were because there juicey which is ok i guss but still there Fine paintball's and they do there job which is to go out the barrel . must people just Blame BE for the fun of it but this are fine and they taste nasty don't ask why .