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.
Icon E, regular hopper for now, and 9oz. CO2
I have used it with an evo hopper and I have to say...wow ...I can shoot pretty fast
I would recommend a freak barrel or Freak Jr....these paintballs are big
It actually shoots
makes your gun inaccurate
paint is hard to see
I got these for my B-day from my parents...its ok mom and dad..you didn't know
these kinda suck, I think they shoot better without the barrel!
but if you have nothing else, it'd be ok to use it
but they still suck...
just get a freak barrel, I am sure they wll work in that
Spyder Victor 2
12 inch J J Ceramic
Maybe the stock
Fun to watch
Some can Hurt
Me and a friend were having a one on one battle in an open field. We both shot this paint and we both shot about 100 rounds a piece. I hit my friend from about 15 yards 3 times and only 1 broke and that one hit the mask. He hit me 2 times from 15yds and 1 broke on my shoulder. Then we stood standing right at each other and shot at about 20 yds away and neither of us got hit more than once.
I would buy some cheap diablo heat and you will be much happier. I do not recommend these balls.
Even though the paint is cheap it has a clear shell which I cant use with my gun since i have a eye and when i dont use the eye all it does is chop. With this problem i would recomend with any kind of mechanical gun not a higher end one.
I will give the product a 4 only because it chops a lot and only works in some guns.
Spank (not as good as stingers but still better then these)
12 Inch Smart Parts Progressive Barrel
Palmer's Male Regulator
Pure Energy 20oz A/S CO2 Tank With On/Off Valve
Pure Energy 12oz CO2 Tank With On/Off Valve (Only Use With Stock To Lower Weight)
BT Solid Combat Stock (Throws Up Thinking Of The Money I Wasted)
Ghetto Gold 90 Deegree Elbow
Haven't used them with another barrel then the crap stock A-5 one and my 12 inch progressive
Everything other then that
If it was not for my cyclone feed I probably would have sapped every ball. I used them in the cold and they were not excesively bad.
Economical - Yeah
For outdoors - Yeah
Nice fill - Yeah
They come in cases of 500... wtf. I would rather buy a case of 2000 and not have to keep buying more. I don't think I will ever use this paint brand ever again. Only snapped 2 in my cyclone because they were kinda f*****.
Buy it if you have nothing to do but target practice and have a large bore barrel
5 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 3rd, 2006 at 8:57 pm PST
-Available at Wallyworld
-They don't hurt?
-Fill looks and smells like orange pus
When I first started playing paintball, I got me a Brass Eagle Talon Ghost and a 500 round box of Wild Streak. ouch. The wild streak balls do ok if you use them in a gun with a gentle hammer, low psi and a low rate of fire. Like the pump action Talon. But if you put it in anything even remotely fast, like my M98, you will end up chopping like crazy. It's better to just put cost aside and buy something with better quality like RPS super swirl. Super Swirl paint is available at Walmart and it performs much better.
This paint is ok for pump action guns, but that is about it. It's better to spend a couple extra bucks on something that is higher quality.
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2 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 14th, 2006 at 4:23 pm PST
This paint is the worst I have ever used. The fill is soo light you cant see it so everyone wipes. The shell is rock hard (even though it still warps easily). This paint will kill a person (not really but thats how hard it is.) It pops in your barrel, inaccurate and usually inconsistent. Dont ever buy this paint. even though it is cheap it will waste your money.
Aweful. Inconsistent, cheaply made, shell is rock hard, warps, breaks in barrel, fill is watery, fill is almost transparent. Dont EVER get this
Trinity 7D Front Block
Trinity clamping feedneck
HALO TSA Backman
Bandit high flow valve
32* Spring kit
Smart Parts Teardrop
Break easy on target (if you can hit it)
Cant shoot them straight
break in barrel
Me and my friend used these paintballs just for fun because they were cheap. We played from about 20 yards away from each other and couldn't get the balls even close to hitting. They curved so bad in every direction that it was close to impossible to hit what you were aiming for. These paintballs are terrible. I will never buy them again.
Dont get these unless you want to waste your money
1 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 13th, 2007 at 3:45 pm PST
Fill sucks cant see it. chops pretty bad. doesnt store well.
The only strength this has is that its cheap as it comes from walmart. The fill is terrible, its hard to see when it does actually break. Which brings us to another point. This stuff doesnt break well at all. We'll go into story mode. In one instance, i was pinned behind a tree by a guy superior to me in skill and he was throwing paint like crazy. Id have died if i tried to move. Then another guy pops up off to my side abnd starts shooting at me. Now this is no exaggeration or lie. He hit me with at least 30 balls and none broke. Id say at least five even hit the mask and didnt break. In another game i was refereeing, i watched a guy walk into the open and get shot by our local trigger happy guy, 20 times. He called paint check and i ran over. Again, none broke. In one case this stuff actually brought blood. No lie. My friend wore that wound for a week. The stuff also chops pretty bad. The inside of the gun is about the only place it will break. It doesnt fly straight if it does get out of the barrel.
Basically, it sucks. For a few more dollars, roughly 2, you can get stuff alot better. Dont buy it. I hate to be that negative and unopened minded about it, but based on my experiences, thats all i can say.
Blue Streak - more visible
Diablo Heat - very nice
Tippman 98 with 14" J&J Ceramic Barrel, 20oz. tanks, full stock, and a Aimpoint Red Dot. Sight
My J&J Ceramic Barrel works very well.
Easy to find if you drop them on the ground!
Fill is not visible.
Don't shoot straight.
Some broken in bag.
I bought these at Wal-Mart and they are good for just getting some balls to just start playing paintball and for practice. In a game with friends or in a tournament these are useless because they don't shoot straight, you can't even see if you hit the other person. When they break it kind of looks more like spit than paint.
They are cheap and are very easy to spot on the ground. But if you don't drop them you won't have to worry about that and for $10 more you can get a good box of 2000 GOOD paintballs.
If your just going to shoot around they are fine, but playing any type of game they are useless.
They do not break a lot like people say. They are very cheap and ill keep buyin them. they shoot straight for me and one time 20 of them curved and dropped like 20 feet but that was cuz it was 28 degrees outside and my velocity was reallly screwed.
I recommend these to someone playing woodsball or just having fun because they are cheap and work ok, but not good enough for tourneys or anything.