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.
No barrel residue, very superior shell, breaks on target, not in gun.
After exploring different types of paint a few years ago i found that draxxus was so far the best paint, and most affordable for its quality, although i think there is better paint, like empire fuel, draxxus hell fire, dynasty paint. this is stil a very good and affordable product that works well.
I think that this product is the best paint for its price.
Nice and acurate, good bright fill, brittle, acurate
Not to much
Very nice paint. it was feild paint for 45 bucks and some of the best feild paint at the price i have ever used. all the balls were very round and flew very straight in my edge. ball on ball. also, therer werent too many bounces. maybe 2 the whole day out of my group i was playing with. i did not have any break on ppl, so all of mine were eliminations (all i care about). the only time i got a bounce was on my dye jersey on the shoulder padding (gotta love those dye C4 jerseys, i get atleast a bounce a day off the padding). the fill was bright. not the thickest fill but nice. i had one barrel break, but that happens to everyone. so 1 misshaped paintball out of 2000. but this paint cleaed out of my barrek quick. (some really thick fill paints are a mother to get out of your barrel). the fill was not too thin however. great paint.
Great paint. probably teh best paint i have ever gotten for 45 bucks a case.
Spyder Imagine 2K4
20 oz. CO2 tank
VL Quantum hopper
16" J&J Spyder Ceramic Barrel
Spudnukl Nylatron Bolt
Fit perfectly in my J&J Ceramic
Well, this was the paint I had to use at the event. I bought a box of 2000 for $50. When I opened the first bag, I noticed there were no balls broken or oil/sweat on them. I loaded them in my hopper and took a few test shot, worked great. Only thing I did not like about these is THEY SMELL SO BAD! While it isn't a weakness, it is just something I did not like. I swear, I could smell them through my Eggy. I do not know of anyone who sniff their pods/hopper, but I did and it smelt.
All experienced players know that paint is extremely important. For anyone just starting out in the sport I'll give you these words of advice....."YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR". I got a case of Blaze paintballs for about $51 bucks at a local paintballing store, I'd tried a couple other brands of paint, but I had read reviews about paint and realized that it was time to start buying decent paint. The Blaze paintballs have been the most dependable paintballs that I've played with. After crappy paint for about a month, Blaze was a welcome relief. No more cleaning out my barrel with a squeegee while praying that the people bunkering me don't just rush me and tear me apart. First game I played I found that my shots were going straighter and weren't breaking in my gun AT ALL. The paintballs break pretty easily on opponents, not in the gun. That's the way it's supposed to be, not worrying about cleaning and just giving you the chance to play. It should be noted, however, that many of my friends said that they had quite a few bounces with the paint. A couple bounces is nothing really considering that it won't break in the barrel, but it would have ended the games a lot faster if they had broke.......
All in all a great paint for players that don't want that crappy paint that breaks all the time. Affordable too, so it's a great mix of performance and price.
A great paint for playing with friends or at a field. Might want to get higher quality for big tournaments however. I'm giving it a nine because it is prone to bounce. I would recommend this in a heart beat.
Bright thick fill
Breaks on target
Chopped when using small bore but can be fixed with larger bore size
I used one case of this in a game of woodsball. I was using a J&J ceramic barrel which has a small bore size. I played all day long and had about 7 chops which was probably because of the small bore size I was using on my barrel. Other than that is was nice paint. Well priced around 50 bucks where I got it. It was very accurate paint and I didn't have any dimples that I saw. I has a nice thick bright fill and perfect shell also.
No Dimples or flats on my use
The bags they came in were hard to open
These are sold at my woods field for about 47 dollars and work pretty well for their cheapest paint. The bags aren't the same as other like a big plastic bag sealed at the ends. This has a designed bag and is sealed about 20% down from the top so then when u make a hole the pbs come out like half way down. These shot straight and worked really well. But of course I was using a Phantom so it went pretty straight.
Hardly noticeable seam
Great paint, I suggest the pink. Price is average, but worth it for these. The seam is not visible, and is hard to find even if you are looking for it. The paint isn't runny, and cannot be easily wiped off. For my barrel, they worked great, and i got no dimples. All breaks I have had so far have been due to my gravity powered hopper and lack of CO2.
all kinds of paint, ranging from tournament paint, all the way down to the basic walmart stuff.
Cocker 04, stiffi 12 in. crossfire nitro 47 3000 revvy 12v. (yea, not so good...)
one that is accurate and large enough to fit the caliber u bought. I could see how someone might have problems with these balls if they used the wrong size
Everything, I found very few problems
Thick fill can cause barrel to jam up
I used this ball on both of my guns, autococker and spyder imagine, and both fired them perfectly. My cocker I had a stiffi barrel, and my imagine I was just using the stock.
*Thick bright paint for easy spotting from far away
*Paint was not easily scrubbable, kept players honest
*Rarely broke in the gun
*Very low bounce-on-skin ratio from far away (100 feet or so)
*Did I mention straight?
*Filled perfectly so not a lot of spin was apparent on the ball
*Thick paint jammed up my spyder barrel, balls were practically useless until I cleaned it. My Stiffi could fire straight through it though in about three shots.
*ball speed seemed a bit slow out of the barrel, and distance was shorter than others I have used
*Every single ball had multiple dimples, but surprisingly did not affect anything... not what one would expect.
These balls are definitely the best recball paint I have ever used. I "bingo" shot and one-balled people so much that in free for all games people were only in for a short time, and when they got off the field, still had no idea where I shot them from. I used them in a woodsball terrain, and absolutely every shot went right where I wanted it to. I even set my spyder to automatic, and fired them of at a tree branch about 50 feet away, and every ball hit the branch out of like 8 or 10 shots. The slow speed of the ball is why these balls are designed for rec or woodsball, and I definitely do not recommend these for any kind of tournament, but for what I was doing was definitely worth it.
If you have a gun that constantly breaks balls, these are not for you. If you are going into a speedball game or tournament these are not for you. If you play woodsball, and like to camouflage and "bingo" people in the mask, and then make a run for the flag, these are for you.
Worr Perfection series
Marballizer (can'tremember brand)
SP Shocker, Halo B, PMI Pure Energy 46/4500 nitro tank, AA Barrel
All-American or Freak
Except for a sweating problem, non really
I have used these throughout my entire career. Even when I started with my Viewloader Orion i used this paint. The eyes in my Ion catch it no problem. The shell and the fill are very visible, so you know when you hit somebody. If you have a problem with sweating though, just put them in an airtight zip-loc bag for a few days and leave it. They will be ready to go. They leave absolutely no residue either. If you have heard about the barrel on the Ion, then you know that it has a mirror finish inside the barrel. At the end of the day, I looked inside the barrel after shooting these all day, no residue at all. Hey, I like the stock barrel too. Play with it sometimes.
I think that this ball is good through any gun from low to high-end.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, February 6th, 2006 at 6:51 am PST