Break easily, they flatten easily, don't always shoot straight
I would only recommend getting this paint if it's the last resort and you dont have a lot of money. Shrapnel or white box paint are better and the cost is about the same. The other thing is that if you don't routinely shake up the bags, the paint will develope flats and will curve when you shoot it.
Only get this paint if there is ABSOLUTELY no alternitave.
the stock tippmann barrel seem the perfect size for this paint it might have been a little bit small
great price ( 30$ for two 2000)
Very widely sold
Shoots straight and with some distance
Not ment for long term storage.
The thing that lead me to these balls was really the price. i had bought these to use as target paint. the thing that really prompted me to use them as rec paint was the fact that they proformed well on the range. the only marker config i have ever shot these with was a stock tippmann it preformed surpriseing well (despite what my friends said beforehand of corse). my friends shot them with a-5's and a diablo and the preformace there varied greatly. these balls are some of the best CHEAP paint you can easily buy for the 98. i really never chop very many of these balls and have shot upwards of 4000, although the dexterity of the balls to go with time.
Viewloader Heavy Metal-Way better than these and break on target easily.
JT Tactical Paint-Average Paint, Durable
Only Used the flatline (which didn't break any of them) and the stock Autococker Trilogy Barrel (None broke eithter)
Bucket makes them easy and safe to transport
Tend to bounce
Not the straightest fliers
The best thing about these paintballs is how cheap they are. If you're constantly practicing or just playing for the fun of it, I recommend this paint. You won't drain your wallet buying them (only $30) and, with 2000 rounds, they'll last you a while. Their accuracy is average at best, and they do curve every now and then, but they won't break easily in your marker. Speaking of not breaking, though, I have had many rounds bounce off. I've both shot and been shot with these and there will not be any paint mark to prove it. They will, more often than not, break though. Like other reviewers have said, they do stink horribly. When you do open the bucket, be prepared. But that's really not a judgable statistic for paintballs.
I recommend purchasing a bucket or two and keeping it for practice or recreational paintball. It's always nice to have some spare rounds that you can just shoot off and not feeling like you're shooting away your cash. If you're going to have a serious game, I don't recommend this paint. It's easy to wipe, and won't break all the time, which can make all the difference.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, December 9th, 2005 at 12:42 pm PST
Honestly for 30$ your not going to find a better paint, my team pitched in and we bought our own field is this is all we shoot, its accurate, its cheap and the fill is bright, some times you will get a few bad balls its not quite as consistent as a tourney paint. but for 30$ its perfect. Everyone complains about it leaving bruises, lets be honest this is paint ball not figure skating your going to get bumps and bruises.
Buy it its cheap, paint balls should not cost 60$ a case. Ill give it a 9 just because some of the balls are not perfect. I think that its really dumb that fields ban this paint it has improved 100% scene it first came out.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 17th, 2009 at 5:59 pm PST
Ok what I have to say about something similar to monster balls well Impacts there kinda the same but impact are a bit better thenm monster balls but thats all I can say that is similar.
bt-4 combat with and electric barrel-hopper named VG (feedyourneed).
any electric hopper except the cheap ones.
Hitting people but sometimes they failed me but it was usefull most of the time.
Trees very hard to hit at trees and sometime players.
Ok I did use these they were not ok not the best I hated them hated!!!! my friends got in trouble because in most paintball feilds you can not use monster balls so what do I give this product 2/5 I gave it a 2 beacase I like the detail of the paintballs so thats my review.
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Spyder Electra w/ Eyes
Redz Pepper Stickz 14"
CCM No-Rise Feedneck
Shocktech Low Pressure Chamber
Trinity 15* Reverse Frontblock
NDz HE Valve
Shocktech Spring Kit
Shocktech Low Pressure Regulator
Dead On Problade w/ On/Off
Viewloader Evlution III
PMI 72/3000 HPA
really depends on conditions, if its cold, get a smaller bore, if its hot, get a larger
They were cheap, like $25 per case
Some were broken, annoying tote thing broke, dont stay round past 3 days, chops!
Ok so i bought some of these right before going to a friends house this past fall, and it hapopened to be below freezing that night. anyway, when we played with em the next day, the ones that i did shoot went straight and good. the problem was avoiding breaks. i had a point in the game where i was just shooting breaks so of course both my barrels got completely messed up.
I guess if they are realll cheap or you are just messing around you can buy em, but otherwise, no.
you can buy them for very cheap for $30 at walmart and other places, and most of the time you will get a very good box, with very little paintballs having dents and no break, but rarely they're stored bad and aquire dents and stuff. But any paintballs can get dents and stuff it dosent matter what brand. I would play with this brand anyday.
very good for the price, and I would play with them anytime.
Not really good quality paint
Weak spots after about 2 months
I have gotten 4000 of these balls, and they are good for the $30 asked. They are not very accurate, however, and I noticed that, on close inspection, there were many weak spots on the balls, about four of five balls had weak spots. One problem with these, is that they do not break very well, even with all the weak spots. Some fields have even banned these balls, and I heard that one guy was shooting his friend and they went through his friend's mask.
These are good balls for rec ball, but if you are going to a tournament, get something like Hotspot or any Nelson line
6 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 at 5:12 pm PST
I got the box of paint from walmart every paintball in the box had a dimple on it and they were soft. I put them in my gun and shot the in my backyard and every shot curved. Then we put the in my brother gun and because they were so soft the jammed my brother hopper.
Overall they were the worst paintball i ever used dont by them and use your money on the better stuff.
Ok, this is by far the worst paint I have ever shot, sorry, tried to shoot in my entire life. This paint is sold at MC Sports and Wal-Mart in Central Illinois. The paint is so out of shape it isn't even funny. I first Bought a case of it at MC Sports and I have to tell you, that was a huge mistake but I thought maybe it's cuz it was old, which shouldn't justify the fact cuz if paint is that old it shuld be taken off the damn shelf. A new Wal-Mart opened up and they were selling the same stuff only it came in a plastic bucket so I thought 1. it's in a brand new store so the paint should be fairly new right? 2. it's packaged in a plastice bucket so even the wal-mart lackies can't do a whole lot of damage to it? Well, I was wrong on both parts. I got the paint to the field, opened up the bucket and GOOD GOD!!! the paint had literally formed itself to the shape of the square bucket! So, all in all This paint is just more proof that Brasseagle Still cannot make a decent paint. it's crap!
DO NOT buy any paint marketed by Brasseagle. Do not buy paint from MC Sports, Wal-Mart, or Dick's. more than likely you can find a better paint at even a better price at your localpaintball shop or online.