For the price its excellent paint flies straight acurate and inexpensive a good bang for the buck even worked in my paint picky barrel its also cheap and readily available (found at most wal-marts) and a lot better than BE would recomend as rec-ball paint or target shooting It also comes with a decent case for the 1500 counts cases.I tested it and loved the accuracy i acheieved with my 16" Barrel
brass eagle-suks munky ballz
blue streak-about same
talon ghost w/ vl200 rd hopper
Any smaller bore
Bright, no barrel breaks,size stays same in all weather
A little small, but nothing else really
Ive used many different kinds and these are pretty good, one of the only problems is that they tend to roll out of my tallons barrel. soon im going to get a mongoose LED or mongoose LCD. that will make things a lot better. BTW, is the mongoose threaded for a spyder barrel or what?
not too bad. cant beat the price!! DONT BUY BRASS EAGLE PAINT, IT SUCKS A$$!!!!1
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, January 11th, 2005 at 7:32 pm PST
I buy a 1000 case at Walmart and play at a local BYOP field. I open the bags and find 0 breaks. There were very few (only 3) that had dimples on the side. This paint is very accurate. I shoot 50+ feet and experience little or none curve. I had 1 break in my barrel, but that was probably because I was using my backup Brass Eagle which I no longer have know that It broke. The fill is nice, it is thick and the color is pink. They should be used in barrels with small bore size.
i recieved a box of of bigballs for christmas and when i opened the box and looked at the paintballs i was really disapointed. i would say 9 out of 10 of the paintballs had dimples or felt like it didn't even have paint in it. i hope this was just a old or bad batch of paint. I took them back to walmart and decided to try some scorch and not take my chances again. i am glad i changed my mind. there where no balls broken in the bag and i only noticed very few paintballs with flatened sides from being in the box, and they all had paint in them! i tested the balls compaired to my barrel and they seemed to match pretty well. i would say a .689 to a .691 barrel is a good match. when i was shooting i experienced very litttle curve. they would maybe curve a few inches at about 50 feet, but most flew straight on.
If you are going to buy some paint from walmart skip the bigballs and get some scorch. they are the same price. for walmart paint i would say this is one of the best, but for paint in general there is better, but with a bigger price tag. all in all i would definately buy it again.
PMI Superswirl, Pmi BIg Ball, Blue Streak, Draxxus Dusk
2004 BKO, 16" Dye UL, PE 68/4500 LP Tank, EggII
.684 Dye Ultralite
Round, Barely Any Seem, Thick Fill, Breaks On Target
I bought 1000 of these from walmart and they are great. I was using these in my .684 16" Dye Ultralite and I was getting ball on ball accuracy. No kidding either. Ball on ball! I love these. This is all I am going to be using from now on. I love these. I only had about 10 chops out of 1000 because I was using a BKO with an EggII.
Definately recomend these to anyone. These are the best paintballs I have ever used.
And even if you want to test these, get them.
I was also using just the back of my UL 2-piece and was STILL getting ball on ball accuracy. It was amazing!
Spyder xtra (all stock) with extreme rage over drive hopper and jave 12once tank
Accurte,bright fill ,cheap,break on target
None I could think of
Shoots great never had any break in the barrel but they broke on my brother!
one bad thing tho is they got gunk from a wild streak on them and shot horribly.
other then that there great balls best I ever used.plus cheap for a guy like me how doesn't have that much money.
blue streak, zap premium, pmi big ball, triad paintballs ?
Piranha ext pro 2k3,ricochet ak loader, 20 oz anti-syphoned co2, 32 deegrees ex-chamber, Boss Bolt, Turbo valve &pin, 12in. tear drop
dont break in hopper
break on target
when i went paintballin at my local field i bought 1500 scorch pink/yellow pink fill, these are the sinlge best paintballs i have ever used. Out of 1500 i only broke 3 because i wen full auto with a vl 200 gravity feed. These paintballs have the perfect shell because you can drop them from above your waist and they wont break but they still break every time on target.
These are Excellent paintballs for and Excellent price.BUY NO OTHER PAINTBALLS GET THESE
I got these paintballs becuase they were the only cheap ones at the store. They worked a lot better than the previous wild streak. They go straight for the most part and I don't think I've ever had a break with one. The bright pink is also very easy to see even from far away.
I recommend you get these paintballs. You'll get a box to carry your stuff ( I use it to carry most of my stuff). These paintballs are cheap and are just awesome.
Oh man i'm a rookie but damn these are some good paintballs. I wasted 200 of them at the field and didn't break a single one. woo alrighty. i think i've said enough about these awesome paintballs. Try them your self. They won't let you down. I also recommend pink fill.
Tippmann A5 with a 14" smart parts progressive, double trigger, tapco SAW stock, BSA Red dot mounted on Lapco Offset sight rail, Allen paintball remote, Flurry Vest.
SPyder Imagine - 14" J&J Ceramic, Evo2, 20oz CO2
Spyder Agressor - Stock
My Smart Parts Progressive works nicely.
Cheap, readily availale in my area (Walmart)
Some balls will have dimples.
Hard to determine freshness when purchased at walmart.
Yes, I'm guilty.... I've been buying Walmart paintballs lately (gasp !!!!) !! Okay, for starters I play exclusively woodsball, so speedballers move on to a different review. For the woodsballers out there if you haven't tried this paint, drive to your local walmart and try it out.
First for the positives: It's cheap and walmart carries it. I know, usually Walmart paint is a definate no-no, however (in my experience) Scorch has been the exception to the rule. I've been through about 5 cases (total) all bought from walmart and not a single broken ball in a bag. The walmart I shop at goes through alot of this stuff so frehness has not been an issue for me as of yet. Also, with my A5 setup (see above) this stuff shoots pretty well. I have NEVER had a barrel break, hopper break, or chop. Acuracy is above average for this price range of paint (it fits my Progressive quite well), and it breaks consistently on target. I will say the shell seems to be a little thicker than some, but alot of woodsballers, such as myself, prefer that (i.e. it won't break on the first blade of grass the ball touches). I would say that the fill is average - no complaints.
Negatives: There always seem to be some dimpled balls in the bag. Not terriby bad, but there are some. Obviously this does affect the accuracy/consistency of the paintball. Also, I have a J&J ceramic that I use with my spyders. Scorch does not seem to work as well in that setup, as I will occasionally have a barrel break here and there. It seems that my J&J prefers smaller bore paints like the DUSK.
I certainly understand that Walmart paint can be hit or miss, but for me the Scorch has performed nicely. I would encourage you to at least try it out, you may actually be surprised. Overall this is very usable paint, easy to find, and a good value. For that, I give it a 9.