XBall Silver Series - premium quality formulation for the heavy demands of commercial Game Fields, Tournament Promoters, and Pro Shops. Formulated to function in every kind of marker, from Timmy's to Tippmanns, XBall Silver carries the torch at game sites and Team practices, regional tournaments and league play.
FILLS: Field Operators and Players crave the break-on-target reliability. XBall Silver's bright fills are easily seen by Referees. (Washable).
SHELLS: XBall Silver gloss shells reliably break on impact, yet endure abuse from rental markers and modified high-speed guns.
The XBall Paintball Silver Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
This is a good quality paintball to use in tournaments. Its shell is pretty much break every time quality. The fill is thick and bright. It shoots very straight. This is a top quality paint to use. Xball gold or helfire will be better but if you want to save a couple dollars this stuff definatly gets the job done.
Rampage - nowhere near it
JT Evolve - good paint but doesnt always break on contact
Doesnt break in gun
DOES break on target
Flight path is perfect
Just buy it!
I shot these one Saturday, and I must say, it was very nice paint. The flight was perfect, with no curving. Not a single break in the gun or hopper, and very few if any bounces off of opponents. We had a couple issues throughout the day, that involved the paint, but I dont think it was paint related. Overall Illgive these a 10.
I was Just at a tourny at badlandz and my team bought 13 cases of this stuff... It rocks. We made a bad choice cause we left it out in the sun for about and hour on a 90 degree day. The paint was still as good as new. Also the fill is thick and the paint breaks on the other team and not in your barrel. so my reccomendation is to buy this stuuf cause its cheap and have fun.
Evil Omen, 14" DYE Ultralight barrel, Evo 2, CP dropforward, 47 3000 nitrogen tank
My omen stock barrel works well with them.
Thick, very visible fill, always break on contact, don't break in your gun alot.
None that I have found.
My team used these paintballs this past season and they have yet to let us down. We like the thick, visible fill so that it can't be wiped and is easily seen by the refs and they are great for both woodsball and speedball. We haven't had a problem with them and we all like them alot. Not to mention that they are rather cheap for the quality!
Kapp rail and on/off asa
Pure Energy 72/3000
Whatever they fit in.
They had dimples.
This paint is awesome. I love the shell. It always breaks on target. The fill is awesome too. Its bright and thick and theres a lot of it. And I got a case for $42 at actionvillage.com. For that price they cant be beat. But sadly they had dimples in them. But they still shot straight enough since they fit perfectly in my barrel.
Cant be beat for the price.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 7th, 2006 at 3:18 pm PST
Blue Streak (doesn't even compare)
Spyder Fenix w/Halo tsa hopper, 20oz tank
Fill is great
Durable but still break on target
Sometimes chops (only sometimes)
I have been using these paintballs for most of this year. They are great. They rarely bounce off target that is within a 100 feet. Fill shows up awesome and gives those cheaters a hard time wipin. It also comes in 2 colors (green,orange). My friends love them and try and "borrow" a few here and there. They are definately worth the extra money.
Awesome product for any paintballer lookin for a solid, reliable paintball. Thats why I give em a 10.
Any that is known for not chopping
Break on contact
cheap for the quality
Good shell color
A little one, read review
I got these for cheap and i knew that they were good. Nice bright fill and worked really well in my barrel. The only problem is that if you ever get a chopped ball in your gun(which rarely happens) you are screwed. It will take a little while to shoot out all the paint on the field. This only happened once to me and took about 10-15 shots to get them accurate again.
If you have a nice barrel, hopper, bolt, and gun you wont chop these and the are very accurate with almost no imperfections in them. The are very consistent and will always break on target.
My friends used these all the time so I finally broke down a little over 6 months ago and bought a case. Great balls but they are small so you need a .687 or .685 depending on the batch of paint. Dead on accuracy and excellent marking. Sometimes the paint is extremely gooey if you get a real good batch. I nor my friends have ever had a barrel break with any xball paint. The only bad thing we had happen was we ran into a batch that the when shells broke they broke into shattered looking pieces. Not a big deal---Unless you get hit in the neck or hand. The paintballs still worked great it was just an unusual thing that created an unusual sting.
We used these until last month when our supplier couldn't get them from National Paintball anymore. If that wouldn't have happened we would still be using them.
Break on target
My fill was orange and could be a little brighter.
These are great paintballs! They rarely break and generally fly straight and true. They consistently break on target and have nice thick fill. I paid around $50 for the Silver and they were worth every penny. It doesn't pay to buy cheap paint!! I highly recommend you try the XBall line. I have a friend who's used the XBall Bronze (a little cheaper version) and they worked great too! XBall seems to know what they're doing and I'm looking forward to trying the Xball Gold.
I'm not sure how they would work for speed ball, I generally only play woods ball so my review is based on that. I can fire them as fast as I can with my Tippmann with no issues, so I would imagine they would perform equally well in speed ball.
Great paint for the money! If your looking for quality paint this is it.