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.
Draxxus Midnight- almost as good, cheaper
RPS Marbs- didn't like, too much $$$
Evil premium- as good, more $$$
Fuel- as good or better, more $$$
Zap Chronic 420- best i've shot, tournament quality, pricey $60/ case
Main= Smart Parts Nerve
2 Tippmann A-5's
2 Tippmann 98c's
Any .689-.691 bore.
Good paint for flatline users.
-Very consistent, round, accurate
-Good price, $47/ case at actionvillage
-None i can think of
Over the years i've shot all kinds of different paint (several listed above) in a quest to find a brand/ paint type i can use for all around play. What i mean by that is a paint that can be used for competitive rec play and tournaments alike and not require me to have to take out a second mortgage to afford feeding my guns week in and week out. Blaze seems to be the most consistent, affordable paint i've come accross yet. Does that mean it's the best- no, i've shot better. Is it the cheapest- no, you can buy paint cheaper. Blaze is the best compromise of price/ performance i have yet to find. Regardless of what kind of ball you play this paint will work, and work well.
I strongly recommend this paint to anyone. It is the best combination of price/ performance of any i've found. If you haven't yet tried it, get a case, you won't be dissapointed. Since we all know there is no such thing as perfect paint i'm giving blaze a 9. just for reference i'd give marbs a 6 and evil premium a 7 (too much $$$)
Round, nice seams, never had a break in barrel, bright fill, brakes on contact.
This was my local fields field paint, so I got some. They work very well. I never broke a ball in my gun, but it brakes on contact almost every time. The only instance ive seen these paintballs bounce was when one bounced off me. Its fill is a very bright blue that you can see clearly. I was also amazed by how round these paintballs were. Im used to using cheap paint were the place were the seams are is bulging out. These paintballs were pefectly round. Some paintballs had dimples but very few.
These are very nice paintballs for the price ( you can get them for about 47$$ a case online). Get them.
2004 pimpin freestyle blue/black, smoke Halo B w/rip drive, smart parts air on/off, custom products reg, dye ultralite barrel, crossfire 70/45 low pressure peanut tank.
Any barrel over $80 should work fine.
Very thin shelled
I used these at one of my local fields with my newly bought Freestyle. I seemed to chop A LOT of these. I later found my eyes were not on! Once I had turned them on The chipping seemed to get better but still I chopped some. I thought my gun had something wrong with it. I took it to my local dealer so they could test my gun at their field. They had told me that the only problem was the paint I was using. They said that blaze sucked and I should never use it again.
I would not recamend this to anyone who owns a high end marker such as my Freestyle. It is brittle shelled any any gun that shoots very fast like my should buy a thicker shelled paintball such as Rec-sport, Evil, Marbellizer, etc.
Blue Arc Circuit
Viewloader Heavy Metals
Tippmann 98 Custom
-Dead on Paintball Double Trigger
These were the first balls that I ever used and my method for picking htem was looking at the colors that every brand of paintball came in. I ilked the Orange/Yellow Yellow fill balls and they turned out to be blaze. I got 'em and shot a bunch of balls when I got home. They were good. The first time I used them in an actual game I had no breaks in the gun and there were no problems with the accuracy.
I would reccomend these balls to anyone. I used these when I was just starting, and I still use them on occasion. They are one of the best paintballs that I have used.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 26th, 2004 at 4:38 pm PST
2k3 vertical feed
shocktech bomb 3-way
kapp pump arm
shocktech drop forward
12 inch evil barrel
12 volt with x board
90/4500 nitroduck x-stream
dye/proto, evil, j&j
Cheap, accurate, bright fill
Didnt find any really
This is great paint, but ive used better. if you wanna play in tourneys, you will want to use something better, like ultra-evil (my favorite) blaze is very good though, probably the best for the money. Shot very strait from my evil barrel. wow, what else is there to say...its great paint for rec/practice....hell, use it in a tourny if you are short on cash.....50 words my ass....
I dont think id bother with any other paint personally, unless I play a lot this winter... They fly very consistently, unless of course you break one ball in your gun, then your screwed. I blame myself for the one broken ball i had tho, i dont have a power feeder and i went a little ballistic, lol. after that it just got worse, im sure you can relate. other than that, the balls have not broken on their own, ever. I also like the fill, always a nice bright color, and perfect thickness. I also appreciate that they break on target every time too. when i used zap rec balls, they would often bounce away, even in the summer. In fact, one survived hitting my collar bone at 20 feet, wtf is that??? so after that, blaze is like a blessing! normally, I am a very conservative shooter, i try to make every shot count, so the accuracy of blaze is very handy. for those who love rapid fire, maybe a little cheaper paint would do? it can be a bit on the pricy side.
This is a very high quality paintball that i would recommend to anybody.
They are the paint that is always used in the local tournies and i am very pleased with these. Has everything you would want in paint. No seams, no residue, nice fill. They are a bit expensive for paint though. Would not recommend shooting these if your just playing rec woods or something. Very good paint overall.
Use it for tournies/ important games, look for cheaper paints during recball.
Dragunfly Mech with Flame Drop on/off valve ACI nirtro and Egg
Very accurate, Pretty Cheap
I usually use PMI's but the shop didn't have any so i got Blaze. I started shooting them to see how they were before I used them for the match i was going to. They shot very accurate and never curved away from the target. For now on I am gonna buy blze because i was impressed with there accuracy.
I suggest buying these paintballs over any paintballs on the market.
fired this through my a5 with rt and a dye boomstick, and through my spyder with a dye stainless and a reloader hopper
dye barrels sure didnt like the case i got
They shoot fine when not breaking.
Lots of dented balls, constant barrel breaks.
in a case of 2000 I must of had over 30 barrel breaks, tried them in my a5 and my spyder with a reloader. they werent chomping, my guns are cronoed at 320 and i had constant beaks. no aint in my action just in the barrels. I then ran 500 marbs through and did not have a single break. if you had a larger bore barrel mabey they would be ok?
Between barrel cleaning they shot fine, to bad i spent the whole day cleaning my barrel. If u use a dye barrel stay away , or mabey i got a bad case?
chiply j2 ccm barral kit dye throtle air and an evo
better use a kit
Great break on target almost imposabal to wipe
Not vary good a hi presur wil break in barral if bore is to small
i perfure Draxxus turnament blaze becuse of the fill is yellow and much thicker the shell is more fragle but wont break in the barral but the blaze is good if you cant get ahold of some tunament style blaze.
but i have to put 50 words here so i have just type nonsince *SpLaT* blaw blaw blaw blaw blaze is much better by brasseagle paint by far so thats my review
Not bad worth the moneybetter than feild only paint by far