The 2002 line of Brass Eagle Paintballs has been greatly improved for the new millenium. Major technology and quality enhancements have delivered a new era in paintballs marketed under the Brass Eagle trademark.
The Brass Eagle Afterburner Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
Tippmann A-5 with Flatline barrel and Responce Trigger
They work good when you buy them until they get old
They get old pretty fast and break in your barrel after a while.
I bought a box of 200 of them to test out my new tippmann a-5 and i shot all of them but i broke about 3 out of 200 which is pretty good but i recommend that when you buy it, use it up within 2 days. They are different colors and they are accurate but like i said, when they break, they are inacurate
Good for testing guns
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 5th, 2004 at 7:05 pm PST
Purple WAS/ACE Angel A4, 68/4500 PMI Pure Energy Tank, 14 in Dye Ultralight
2k4 Vision Impy
2k3 WGP Autococker
2k2 Angel LCD
Paper Towl Roll
The price I guess
Bounce like mofo
Hurt like a mofo
56 breaks in a case
Wow these are by far the worst paintballs that have ever entered any of my guns.My friend let me have the (I now know why) for free to test them on my Angel. All I can say is I could have sworn the things had little rudders attached that made them fly in all kinds of strange directions. One time I was aiming straight and the paintball ended up turning 90 degrees to my right and landing almost behind me! In the rare chance that I actually hit my friend they would bounce right off. The one time I actually got a break on hm the paint was so weak that I could barely even tell that it did break. These paintball even though they were free still sucked I mean all I did was add up shots on my board. Once again NEVER BUY THESE PAINTBALLS
didn't see too many people with BE paintball marks (they wiped off easy)
My friend was out of paintballs, and we couldn't go out of our way to buy some, so he bought some of these at the local store. I told him he had made a mistake buying BE paintballs; he didn't care.
Later on when we were playing, I eventually tried some of his paint, and I came to find out that it wasn't that bad after all. I did have one break though (but it was raining and the ball had probably gotten wet when my friend gave me some paintballs) in my 16" barrel (Spyder Xtra). I had about a hundred shots, whereas he was using a Spyder Imagine without any upgrades and he didn't have a single brake out of about 500 shots.
He had paid $20 for 6 packs of 200 (that's 1200 paintballs).
Well I would consider BE AfterBurners to be only emergency paintballs, and save that little extra money for better quality ones. Seeing as tried them once, though, I would probably check around for other reviews.
These things work great when you want to play in your backyard. But that's it. You can't use them anywhere else. I tried using them while playing woodsball and they broke in the grass. I mean, I would level my gun and shoot, and when they hit the ground after 120 feet they just when poof. These should be used as practice balls, not real balls
If you want to get a feel for the way your gun shoots, use these. But, don't use them for anything else.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 12th, 2004 at 9:39 am PST
this could be the only good product brass eagle makes
i was surprised at how well they shot since brass eagle made them
they are relatively cheap compared to some paintballs out there
i shot about 600 the last time i used them and only two broke
the fill is pretty bright and they break good
but since brass eagle makes them they cant recieve a 10/10
these are pretty good paintballs but definatly buy something else if you have the money
friends complaining it hurts to much when you shoot them. ,...........lol
alot of people say the suck, and alot of people say their good, i used them all the time and i never had a probelm with them, their the best i had yet, they chop in my barrel like once in 1500 shots which is pretty good for paintballs, and the accuracy is great, i can hit a target pin point.
i used these paintballs alot, and their one of my favorites, i like them alot and recommend you try them, they never caused me any stress or fustration at all.
.682 Freak Insert
Dye Sticky 3's
32' 2003 X Chamber
15' Assualt Block
Bob Long Micro Gauge
Poormans Blade Trigger
anything that's over .68 and under .687
Dye barrels work fine
Freak or AA
not always round
don't break on target all the time
There's not much to say about them. They are average brass eagle junk. Really BE you need to step up your game a little and offer paintballers better products. If you read the reviews about these paintballs you'll find out. I only use paint like this when I'm broke.
Not a very good paintball, but what type of BE is. I'm giving it a 5 because it's average.
e-rex elite with 14 in. pmi razzor barrel and quantum hopper
They dont chop in gun
Their really bright
They look cool
not very oily
These paintballs are great for indoor and outdoor play . Ive been using them since first started paintball. They dont break in your barrel unless you have a crappy gun . How ever they could be a little bit more oily . The color of the paintballs are cool and the fill is really bright .
Blue Streak- better
Zap Sport- better
Zap Performance- better
Anything is better than afterburners
Tippmann 98c- all stock when using these
a piece of bamboo
There Cheap but you get what you pay for.
2. no accuracy
3. all break in ur barrel
.Afterburners are terrible and they ruined my first ever paintball expierience. They chopped a lot and were completely useless.These things would curve 10 feet or more out of the way. I could not hit anyone with these and I am a good shot. Blue Streaks are cheaper and perfom much better.DO NOT BUY THESE!
I hate these do not buy them! they will ruin your day
Pretty good balls for combat and testing. They are not the best but they will do. I would recommend dusk paintballs. I will probably will not get these again but that is just me. PM me sometime. I would love to chat. Paintball is the best sport ever created. Its the greatest
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 1st, 2004 at 11:52 am PST