A dependable paint from DraXxus Paintball that wil not break in any barrel and will break hitting the intended target. A good quaility paint for your marker. Is also a premium choice for gamesfields and pro shops.
The DraXxuS Blaze Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
Tippmann A-5 with dye boomstick and response trigger
every barrel i have used works great with this paint
Long life, cheap
Bluepaint is hard to see
see above. Great paint to use for all levels. Not really that expensive 40 dollars a case, makes good for a once a month or a five times a week player. without flats. does not curve very much even when you do have warped balls. The packaging they come with is very nice also.
Use this paint if you have a smaller barrel but, you can still use it if you have a larger one
Not too expensive
I've used about a case worth of this stuff, and I still haven't found anything wrong with it. It shoots fairly accurate, and there are never any dimples on them. It also has a nice thick fill, which most will like. It's not that expensive either. At my proshop, a 500 bag of blaze costs as much as a 500 bag of xballs. I will definetely keep using this paint. Its the best I've used so far.
If you are looking for good paint, that isn't too pricey, pick this stuff up.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 14th, 2006 at 7:42 pm PST
Tippmann A-5 with flatline and/or j&j ceramic14 inch and Tipp. Werks 12 inch(got rid of all america)
Low preassure kit with CP reg (set to 400 psi) and 68 cu. in. Nitro
Respnse trigger upgraded
Steel remote hose with 1/4 turn on/off
Wgp vert feed
Smart Parts Freak kit
planet eclipse e2-blade
shocktech supa fly bolt
shocktech on/off valve
cp flame drop foward
Wgp orracle LPR
hybrid ironcross eye cover
kapp twisted cocking rod
shocktech titanium pump arm
Delrin back block
theres other stuff, but thats sorta irrelevant, I can shoot fast, I can shoot slow, it all applies.
For these, as for any paintball, a good higher end barrel. Freak helps
Harder shell, great for woodsball,
Some what poor quality control on the companys end
This is pretty decent paint to say the least. Shoots well, gets some penetration into thick bush and has a pretty low bounce rate, i'd say about 1 in 5. Pretty acurate for a 40 dollar a case paint. In fact even for some of the 70$ case brands this stuff competes pretty close. I live in South Florida, so I havent played in cold/freezing condidtions with this paint, so I am not sure how it will preform at freezing level. But it does hold its shape well in high humidity. They also fill the ball capsule with as much paint as they can. That means less air bubbles inside(air bubbles make for an uneven flight patter as part of the sphere is light than the other, causing erratic turns and poor accuracy)
How do I know this, well, I got some in my shop with clear shells, so all you can see is the fill and....alll the air pockets. Needless to say, there was only about one air bubble per ball, and it was minute enough not to effect the overal accuarcy.(all paint has air bubbles too by the way)
Anyways, overall great paint for a good price depending on where you get it. Just make sure you have a decent paint to barrel match and arent shooting a talon and this paint will treat you more than fine. O and another bonus, thicker shell means long shelf life and these babies have a pretty long shelf life.
I've used almost every single type of RPS paint, no coparison, I love these, I have used hellfire to. Those are a little more$$ and these shoot the same
Proto Matrix 05,M5 board,CCM feedneck,CP asa and rail,Halo B w/ rip drive,Dye Peanut 45, Dye Rhino Cover,
I like my stock proto barrel with these paintballs
Accurate,Not too $$$, They dont dimple to easily
These paintballs are great. There great paintballs to just go out and play with, and tourtuments too. They are extremely accurate (atleast with the barrel i have). I've shot them through my really really old gun (spyder imagine with t-borad NO EYES) And they shot fine. Only like 5-6 chopped, but what do you expect, a spyder going at 15 bps with a t-board at the ramping mode, Your gonna get a few chops there!
Next time you go paintballing, give these a try you'll love them
I went down to the field to get some paint yesterday so i could mess around with some friends.I didn't want to get the cheapest paint (rec), but i didn't have enough $$$ for the highest grade (fuel).It looked good,and cost about $25 for 1000. I opened it up today and it smelled like something died inside (it was worst than dbx).I loaded up my hopper and pods, and played a few games.Part way thru one of them i had a clear shot on someone.I fired a few, and saw them hit.I heard him yell.After the game he asked if my paint was frozen, because i bounced six off of him.I went back to the house and did a drop test.From about 7 feet they bounce.From 10 ft they bounce.You have to slam them on the ground to get them to pop.I even had a little trouble stepping on them and getting them to break.But, when they did, they had a nice fill that would be hard to wipe (not that it's gonna happen tho, because it wont break....)
Gas through Fore-grip
16 inch Thunder Pig Barrel
20 oz Co2 tank
A little pricey
This is one of the best paints I have used. I don't make much money so it is a rare treat for me. My Spyder loves this paint. This and Formula 13 are the only paints my gun doesn't chop. They are also accuate as hell. I usually play middle and I can "tag" anyone and not worry about the shell not breaking. This is my key to success. Buy it. For the $$ it is awsome.
Kingman Spyder Rodeo Green
Kingman IPI 3.0 C.A.M.D. e-frame
Empire Reloader II e-hopper
Pure Energy 88cu 4500 psi HPA tank
Smart Parts Freak Jr. rear, Freak front, .689 bore insert barrel system
Kingman Delrin ACS Xtra rear-cocking bolt
Java remote coil
Scepter 4000-A Grenade Launcher
New Designz Low Rise Feedneck
Bad Habitz spring kit - high velocity installed
Tiller (overseas barrel maker, which I don't seem to have any problems with), stock Kingman Spyder Rodeo 12-inch barrel
Brittle for clean breaks, no dimples or blemishes, paint easy to wipe off, nice price
Paint is easy to wipe off
First off, Zap DBX paintballs are horrible, and can barely even be used for practice. They break and chop if your speed is turned up too high, have dimples, shoot badly, etc. They came with a nifty case I wanted, so I figured "eh, what the heck". They suck, steer clear.
Which brings me to Blaze paintballs. The field I play at use Blaze in a custom-made color combination for their field (green and red shell with orange paint) that you can't get anywhere else supposedly. But, to give them credit, they could use far worse paint.
The balls breaks very consistently with very little "bounce-off", unless someone is layered with pillows. I've not had one single paintball break in over 2,000 rounds fired at this field, in both warm and cold weather. While this may be my marker, keep in mind that I don't have an electronic hopper yet, my new ACS bolt yet, nor my N2 air system yet, so my gun is definitely prime candidate for breaks and/or chops. I've not had a one, and I'm a fairly aggressive player. I've had a few explode in my pods when I landed on them, but sheesh, I think most paintballs would break in that situation. So far, I've not seen a dimple or obnoxious seam in any of the balls I've touched, which is probably why they fire so darn well.
The only weakness is also a strength - the paint wipes off easily. The strength is obvious: your clothes, mask, marker, equipment, etc. will all benefit from the paint's easy-to-clean formula. However, it makes cheaters cheat even more on the field. The paint wipes off with barely any effort, so in large scenario games, keep an eye out for paint wipers.
A great paintball at a great price per case if you buy it for your pick-up games or BYOP days. No seams, no dimples, shoots well, no barrel breaks (for this player to date) or chops even with mechanical semi-auto marker. Watch out for paint wipers during games since this paint wipes off very, very easily. I would still recommend this paint to anyone - great quality ball.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, December 5th, 2005 at 6:43 am PST
I -Ballz, Wild Streak, Blue Streak, Deviant, Dusk, Splash, Chronic, Evil, Zap, and probly more.
Piranah E-force EXT
I Just use my stock barrel and they work perfect.
Accurate, Fill, Consistency, ball diameter.
I've used like 3-4 cases of this stuff now and i have got to say that they are the best i have ever used. I never chopped a ball yet and i only jammed twice but i just pull the bolt back and it falls down. The fill is real nice kinda runny but not too bad, it has big splatter too.
Buy these if you want every thing you should have in a paintball.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, September 9th, 2005 at 8:00 pm PST
2k2 Red Cocker
Blue Black Magic Flame Trigger
Hinge Frame 32*
Triple Threat Barrel 14"
Nitro Duck 45/3000
Triple Treat Barrel
Thick Fill (if you get white fill especially)
Not bad price
Some times they bounce, don't shot at a stomach or they will for sure.
I bought about 3000 of these babies this weekend. I shot aobut half a case today and was truely impressed. They only break if you short stroke your cocker. The fill is a bright yellow or white(at least in my experience). If you want some great paintballs, then buy these (or any draxxus/diablo).
Black WGP Mini Orracle
12" Kaner .689 barrel
Bonebreak Vertfeed neck
Pure Energy 68/4500 HPA
Kaner barrel System
Nice color (doesn't fool eyes)
A few with dimples
Extremely heat/humidity prone
I consistently buy these at my local field because they are basically the best priced paint there. They aren't as expensive as Marbs, and they shoot out of my barrel better. As for the paintballs, they are of very nice quality, and rarely have dimples out of the box. But watch out, they will dimple in 2-3 hours if placed in a hot or humid environment. Nice fill, nice color, and they don't stain clothes.
It's what I commonly buy for rec ball, and they work fine. I'd probably go with more expensive paint, though, for a tournament.