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.
check it feed neck
Very accurate and break easily
Broke easier then others in chamber
I used these balls yesterday and they are the best paintballs I have ever used. I went through 500 of these and 500 marbalizers and there was a huge difference in accuracy. The marbs are made for small to medium sized bores and they still currved in my J&J Ceramic. When I put these in my gun they shot near perfect. It was 85ish and humid so a few of the balls were a little mis-shapened which caused them to curve but this was only a few. The fill on these I just perfect; it is nice and thick so it is easy to smear if wiped but thin enough to cover a large amount of space with paint. The pink fill in them are very easy to spot if you hit someone so you always know they are out at the same time or before they do.
I got them on sale for $15 for 500 so I would say they are a great buy on sale. I recomend these to anyone who wants marb like performance but whose barrel size is a little too big.
Draxxus/Diablo Dusk - Bounce more than Blaze.
PMI Premium - Less accurate and bounce more than Blaze.
Diablo Hellfire - Equal or better than Blaze.
Zap Tork - Much thinner, less accurate than Blaze.
32Degrees Terminator barrel (16 inch)
20 oz CO2 with remote
32Degrees 16in Terminator
(Only used my Terminator with them)
Break on contact, Bright fill, No Breaks, Accurate, affordable
Very impressed with these balls. Gone through a few cases and had very consistent results.
This paint is very affordable and performs better than anything I've tried in it's price range. Even after sitting on a store shelf, I have yet to see dimples, breaks or seams in any of the bags.
Bright fill, makes hits easy to see from a distance. Not easily wiped.
The distinctive color also makes it easy to tell who you hit once the game is over.
I had very few balls bounce off their targets. The paint broke consistently when other brands were bouncing.
The balls flew straight and true. I can't remember one slicing or hooking more than a foot off target. I felt it really gave me an edge over other players.
I used mixed balls (PMI Premium and Blaze) in one game (someone who was done for the day dumped his hopper into mine) and could tell when I shot the Premium, as my shots were less reliable.
For low prices and retail store availablility, I got upscale Draxxus performance.
As long as my supplier stocks the stuff, I'll be buying it
Very well made paintball, few breaks flys straight
Doesnt have any
I would strongly suggest buying a case and trying them out. I sell them at my paintball store and i have had really good feedback with them. many colors to choose from and a inexpensive price, under 50.00 a case. just go try a case and find out yourself.
Accurate, breaks on target everytime, perfect fill, great seams, no barrel residue, washes out
A few were broke in the bag, sweats if the bag is not air-tight
These paintballs are my favorite by far. They break on target everytime; I have never had one bounce off of someone. They are also very accurate out of my J&J ceramic barrel because I am able to hit a washer fluid jug consistently from about 80-90 feet away. The fill in these paintballs is perfect. The paint is a very bright neon color and its not to thick and not to thin. Its thick enough to be impossible to wipe off, but thin enough to make a very large mark when it hits. Just perfect. I have noticed that the seams are very good, they just barely catch the edge of your thumbnail when you run it over the seam. If they didn't have a two tone shell, you wouldn't even notice a seam at all. They also do not leave a residue on the inside of your barrel. I've used a whole case in one day and never had to clean my barrel once. I looked down the barrel after taking it off, and it was still shiny, with no build up on it. They also wash out of clothes very well and do not stain.
Only a few balls were dimpled, but they were in the bag with the broken ones so can't blame 'em for that. They have a very fragile shell, I got hit in the loader tube and about five broke inside the tube, what a mess that was. I guess that good break on target performance comes at a price. I would imagine that if you got hit in the hopper, they would probably break inside...... that would suck. I've noticed that the paint sweats if the bag that it is shipped in is not sealed air tight from the factory, which happens about 25% of the time. Take them out of the bag, and put them in an air tight zip lock bag and they will be fine after a few days. The sweat gets reabsorbed or something...
Over all, they are great paintballs. They need to be more careful with how they pack and ship these paintballs, then they would get a 10. They need to insure that the bags are sealed properly and placed into the case properly to avoid having the sweating problem and the broken ball problem. I like everything else about these paintballs, I like them more than anything RPS has to offer. The fill is just absolutely perfect, they break on target everytime, and cost less than most tournament paint. That is why I like them so much. Buy a case and try them out, you will be pleased.
every paint pretty much. havent dared to use brass eagle or viewloader.
Dragun TES black to red fade
Bob Long Torpedo Reg
empire 7 piece kit
J&J are nice, barrel kits are better because if you can get the bore size good then it increases the accuracy
good colors, not too soft not too hard
its the only stuff i shoot at tournaments and rec ball at matt's outback. 60 bucks for 2,000 is a great deal. its cheaper if your a member so its an amazing deal for me. ive prolly shot 14,000 rounds of it and have had no breaks! usually i get 1 in 500 but its just amazing. works well in any gun and shoots straight.
get it. good price for good paint. no matter what budget you can afford it.
Lots of others that dont compare.
Viper Venom is the second best though.
-All American 2002 Black
-IPI 3.0 ESP Trigger Frame
Smart Parts All American
Fits my barrel very nicely
Very nice shell
Have to store in a cool place
There is not much to say b/c there are paintballs. They have a very stright seam witch means less curves. They have a nice stronge fill. They break on your target, not your gun. Very bright fill. The field i go to uses these paintball b/c they are so good. I never had a dimpled bunch ever. I did a little test and put one in water and it didn't swell up for 8 hours. I dont think that proves anything but it is a nice fact.
A+++ I'd give it a 15 but i can only give it a ten, So here is a 10!
DBX Practice Grade Paintballs : Not as God as this DraXxus
Marbilizer : The Marbs were Better, but Marbs are Marbs
Other DraXxus Paint : The Blaze is the best of all
Spyder TL Plus
200 Rd Viewloader
9 oz "Rounder" Co2
9 Inch Stock Barrel from Spyder Imagine
Any Barrels Work.
Good Shell Size
Good, Visable, Markings
No Brakes In Barrel/Gun/Hopper
Nothing I've Seen So Far
I've used DraXxus for two days, both following each other, and through this I have tested the paint. I'd like to say something before this though:
I used this with a Spyder Imagine with a 14'' Two Piece Barrel (Name Unknown at this time)
The first day was great. At least 90 percent of my balls hit my target and broke. It was some nice shooting too. The accurace was great, it went straight and dropped after a good 60 (?) yards.
The second day I did not use as much. I shot off about 100-200 rounds of it, and once again, at least 90 percent of my balls hit my target and broke.
All in all, my testing with these rounds were great!
To end this review, I'd like to put down the "Paintball Rating System" that marketers use, and you should too.
1) Durability of product storage and use in gun - 10/10
2) Geometry of ball while flying - 10/10
3) Did the ball break on its target - 9/10
Rounded Score: 10
Draxxus hellfire [better but also cost more]
Draxxus midnight [not as good]
Draxxus inferno[simillar to how good this is]
2003 Special Edition Autococker Silver,Crossfire 92ci 4500 psi (w/ redz tank cover), egg 2 black(with z board),wgp drop forward,Redz Pepper Stickz barrel kit,worrblade, tickler lpr.,black magic inline regulator,shocktech ram and 2 eclipse qevs
and anything med. bore size because this did not work great in the flatline because it was a little big.
Accurate, nice thick fill,fly straight,hard shell
They get dimples easily is not flipped every couple days.
I rate this product 10 for any medium bore barrel because that is what it is.
This paint as i said before is not as good as hellfire but at my local store hellfire cost 10 bucks more that blaze. This paint has a great shell that really does break on your target not in your barrel. This paint also has a nice thick fill. These paintball are a perfect balance between a brittkle sell, and a too brittle.
If you have a mid bore size barrel i would say go ahead and try these
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, December 30th, 2004 at 1:44 pm PST
a-5 r-t flatline j n j 45 grip blade other goodies;)
any very large bore,
makes great spray paint
dimples on every ball, ugly seems.
i think this paint is terrible as it is inconsistent in size and balance,almost every baLL has dimples.the seems are off center and is in my opinion a very low quality.
my flatline shreds up this paint. i have run my velocity at two hundred and forty feet per second,i seem to have got a little more accuracy.
i like the field were i use it but always have poor results:(
Tippmann 98 Custom
14" J&J Ceramic Barrel
BSA Red Dot Scope
PMI Remote Line
Tough, never break in barrel
Sometimes too tough, dont always break on target
These are great paintballs for the price. They come round, shoot accurate, and most of all these are tough balls that never break in your barrel. There a bit too tough, because they dont always break on target. Once my friend got one of these stuck between the chamber and elbow. When he fired it was not chopped in half like any other ball, but it stayed in tact and jammed up the bolt. I guess thats a good thing, but its a sign that theyre a bit too tough. But overall, great paintballs.
Fill spread: Medium-good
Fill thickness: Good
Breakage: Excellent, never break
Great field paint. Second to no other except ZAP Spank. I reccomend you try these at least once.