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.
Ehh, doesn't really matter, they're not accurate with anything.
-I got mine cheap($3 for 200)
-I had one container that broke every three shots
These paintballs aren't too bad if you get them on a sale like I did. One container i got broke every three shots, with my Armson, my stock barrel, and my dad's JT 3.5E's stock. The other ones didn't break at all in my barrel, but they still hooked like crazy. The fill is ok and very bright(in the yellow ones), but you don't need a good fill if you play with your friends like I do.
If you see these paintballs on a sale like I did, buy them, and get a lot, but don't even think of paying more than half price for them! For $3, I'd give 'em an 8, but for what you normally have to pay, its a one.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, March 15th, 2004 at 1:27 pm PST
Good paintballs for everyone they work great i used them once but they were very expencive. They are hard and go very fast. they can give u a pretty big welt if u get hit hard enough (ive had experiance). they work great in any gun. the colors are great and have a hard shell.
Bright colour,minimum breaks,Breaks on Target, Hard/Durable outter shell
-They will break sometimes
I prefer Tork and Draxxus paintballs, but for being made my Brass Eagle... these aren't too bad. I would recommend that these paintballs are used only for fooling around with buddies, and not tournament play. I love the bright fill... but these pb's are very easy to wipe off. When practicing for the warm tournament season, these are not ideal paintballs because they break too easy in colder weather.
I would recommend that you don't buy Brass Eagle products!!!!!!!
6 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, March 24th, 2004 at 11:25 am PST
2k3 vf autococker w/cp clasic barrel
physco ballistic on and off valve/drop forward
ricotet rhino hopper
brass eagle crap(i would of called um barrels if they didnt suck so bad
ok first off today was my first time shootin these and they SUCKK!!! they were horrible they would jam like none othere and when they shot they did u turns and when i shot at a rock from 20 ft away it didnt break but thats if they dont break commin out the barrel and dont even tell me its my gun because its an autococker that i had my local shop check up and they said it was in perfect condition. anyways these are also overpriced there 30$ for 1000 rip off when i can buy 2000 drakus blaze for 50$
dont even waste your money on these they suck.brass eagle sucks
I used these for some target practice and the seamed to work great. no brakes in the gun and seam to fly fairly straight. however, after using them in a game i found that after about 20 yards they start to curve (badly). still after shooting about 1,000 balls i still haven't broke one in my gun and they seamed to brake on target pretty well. the fill was bright enough to see, but i wouldn't consider it "the brightest". the fill is a little thin and kinda easy to wipe.
I was a little disappointed in this ball. for $30 for 1k i expected a little better ball. overall it's not bad but not worth the price
Tippmann 98 custom with a flatline barrel and an electronic trigger
anything i have tried has worked great with them
they don't cost as much as other paint and usually work just as good
if paint in barrel they split and temp. sensative
they work great if you buy them and go paintballing that day but if you store them and they freeze or get too hot the will never get better. Most paint will still be useable after they freeze or when it is cold out but these tend to get holes in them when they freeze. this causes all of the paint to leak out of them
it is a very good product if you are short on cash and are playing sometime in the near future but other than that they can be a pain to deal with
pmi super swirls
brass eagle blue streak (stink)
game face scorch
tippmann model 98
14" J&J ceramic barrel
20 oz tank
14" J&J ceramic barrel
break when shot (sometimes)
a little hard
i like these paintballs because they pop 80% of the time when i hit someone. the color is bright oarng fill and thats good so no one can wipe easily. the flight of the paintball is ok and can use a bit better accuracy. its kinda hard so if you shoot someone they may not break. i guess the shell is kinda cool. they are still oily but not as bad as the brass eagle blue streaks. pretty cheap. if you dont wana blow a bunch of money you should probably buy these paintballs. but they are still good.
They are ok and that why im going to give it a 8 out of 10. i gave it an 8 mainly beacuse they are oily, kinda hard, and BRASS EAGLE. And brass eagle stinks. viewloader is ok.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 27th, 2004 at 3:54 pm PST
Dusks(same price but a little better)
blue streaks( cheaper and lower quality)
Super swirls( more expensive and alot worse)
any barrels...maybe not a really long one
cheaper than some
uhhh...just havin a low rewiew rating
These are cheaper and made by brass eagle, but they are really good. I have VERY few breaks and they go far and rarely curve. I love these and they come in cool colors. I dont understand why they have such a low rating though. Maybe alot havent been made right or somethin
go get'em. good quality, low price. Nice job Brass Eagle. O yea, if ura newb, i would also suggest an afterburner gun. my dad has one and its better than a spyder.
JT Freedom- good stuff, fill doesnt show up
PMI permium- good stuff, cant go wrong
marbs- perfect in every way, oh yea i forgot THE PRICE
smart parts impulse
vert reg, maxflo reg w/ smart parts tank
total freak kit
um doesnt really matter
fill shows up, inexpensive, pretty consistent, doesnt chop
smells funny, oily, curve sometimes but thats what hpa is for, sometimes chops
if your a poor guy like me and you cant get pmi premium, then get this stuff, it really is not all that bad just when you get it out check the bags for white spots and dimples( you should do this with all paint to make sure you got a good batch)
okay if you cant find PMI premium, then just get this stuff, it really doesnt do that bad
-super fly bolt
-14" AA barel
- evo 2 hopper
- armogedon air 68/45
much better than the old brass eagle
still not very accurate
Much much better than the old brass eagle dont break in the gun even a fourth as much as the old ones did. They are also reasonable in price. They still curve way to much but not lke the old ones thay are also avable everywhere. so if you cant afford better paint or ran out of good paint you can feel safe buying these.
These are still only a D- paint ball. makes ok back up paint if you run out of good stuff