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Brass Eagle Blade
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Number of Reviews: 452
Average Rating: 3.7 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $45

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Includes Anti-Double Pump Design that Prevents Overloading, Vertical Feed Port, Smooth Stroke Pump for Ease of Play, Barrel Plug and 40rd Paintball Hopper
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The Brass Eagle Blade is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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NightKreeper Tuesday, September 17th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
BE Tigershark, BE Talon, that's about it for pumps.
Marker Setup: 2000 Autococker with Eagleworks barrel, LAPCO Autospirit barrel, and a LAPCO drop forward.
Recommended
Upgrades:
Nothing
Strengths: Blade 02...

-Cheap, only $20
-Comes with a 55 round hopper, barrel plug, owners manual, and a free field pass
-Made by Brass Eagle, yes that's a good thing...Brass Eagle has very good customer servcice
-Very easy to work on, also easy to clean
-Very efficient, gets 44 shots out of a 12 gram
-Vertical feed
-Available at Wal-Mart, and everyone has a Wal-Mart
-Fun to tinker with, and do mods to. I know a guy who added a bottom line, duck bill ASA, drop forward, foregrip, and a custom made flatline barrel out of CPVC pipe, BELIEVE!
-Definately a step above the origional Blade...harder plastic, looks cooler, more durable and reliable, quick changer can't be stripped
-Auto trigger
Weaknesses: Um, there's nothing really bad about it.
Conclusion: It's a good gun for $18.88 at Wal-Mart. Good starter gun, stock class or pump only game, and mabye a good back up gun.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Theshizirl Friday, December 7th, 2007
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Product Use:
Only tested0 of 54 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
None.
Marker Setup: B2K4 PDS Red/Black
Custom Products Shorty Red Regulator
Check It Unimount w/ On/Off ASA
Evil Driver Barrel 14'' Red/Black
Evil Pimp Grips
Red Macroline
Halo B Red
PMI 48/3000
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Psycho Ballistics Super Bolt *just got it*
Silver PCS Drop w/ ASA
PMI Gas Thru Foregrip
Black Macroline

Stock .68 Automag
Recommended
Upgrades:
Are there any?
Strengths: -It's hilarous to watch in action.
-Can double as a space movie prop.
Weaknesses: See below.
Review: Alright, my buddy and me got done reading all of these Brass Seagull hate reviews, and we (being the newbs we were a few years back) went to Wal-Splart to buy and try a Blade to see if it was really so horrible. We were between surprised and unsurprised that it completely sucked right out of the plastic box; which, by the way, cut my hand pretty good while opening.

Here's what happened:

We went into the back yard with some Draxxus Rec balls and 12-grams to shoot some cans off the fence. We aired up the Blade, loaded it with some paint, and pumped a single time before it began leaking and a ball rolled out of the barrel. We kinda had a quick laugh before using some tape to close up the leak.

Well this time it didn't leak, but its suckiness reincarnated itself in extreme innaccuracy and inconsistency. We shot atleast 10 times, balls flying in all directions, and the ones that would hit would either leave loud 'CRACK!' sounds on the cans, or weak 'plink' sounds. Of course, being the daring devils we were at the time, we decided to test fire it on ourselves to see what it would feel like.

Well, I stood there for twenty million years until my friend finally hit me after firing 3 hoppers worth of paint (mini hoppers). It hardly hurt at all; in fact, I was wondering if the FPS was any higher than 170. When he hit me again 8 shots later, however, it was excruciating, like a marble flew out of the barrel. I had a nasty welt on the side of my stomach that looked like someone slapped me with a burning hammer or something.

Well, an hour and several broken balls and wasted 12-grams later, we decided we'd have some fun at a local field. We bet one of the local tournament backplayers in our city that he couldn't hit anyone further away than 10 feet with it. If he could, we would pay him $20. If he couldn't, he would have to pay us each $10 and as well give us his sister's phone number. He agreed.

During that round, not only did he never come close to hitting anyone, the marker exploded with a huge POW when he went to dive and it hit the ground. Blue shards got stuck in the bunker he was diving at, and the whole field started roaring with laughter.

Not only did we get a date with his sis and $10 a piece, he was referred to as, for months, 'Brass Fail'.
Conclusion: Only get it if you want to prove to yourself that it's terrible. It should not be used in seriousness, not even for $20.
Rating:
1 out of 10Last edited on Friday, December 7th, 2007 at 11:19 am PST
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