JT Excellerator 3.5e
they work great with anything, but obviously better barrells means better shots
Few breaks, very accurate
This paint is hands down the best paint i have ever used. With a rented Tippman 98, they shot perfectly, as opposed to field pant with swerves horribly to either side. I was even able to win a one on one fire fight with an ion. twice. If it werent for the price tag, i would use this paint everytime i played
if your complaining about ur rental not shooting good enough, buy this paint and try it. I guarentee you will see an improvment
Icon T PDS, Reloader B, 72/3k, rest is classified ; )
Ceramics and stainless.
Very, very, round. Predictable bore size from batch to batch.
Not exatcly cheap.
Putting 1000 of these thru my 16" J&J ceramic was very impressive. At 100 feet, 11"x10" target, 20/20 breaks on target. The best result i've had yet. These are some of my favorite balls to use. Its very interesting the response you get from nooby players when you show up with good paint. It seems to have an intimidation factor all its own.
Extremely round, not dimpled. Good paint.
My J&J is a medium-wide bore, so it shoots most paint fairly well.
Great paintballs. Great option. I'd take em to a tourny. I reccomend them, by all means.
14" 32 degrees nyte stik barrel
16 oz CO2 tank
Adco IMP Red Dot
Stock barrel was pretty good.
I used these paintballs at RJ Performance Paintball field in davison and i loved these paintballs. At $60 a case these are pretty expensive but, they shoot like a charm. If these were cheaper i'd use them all the time. With a thick bright fill this is a wipers nightmare. These are so accurate that i could hit a guy with only a 2x2" bit of him sticking out of his bunker and i nailed him right in the goggles!
Overall i recomend these paintballs. Sorry for the choppy review i am writing this off the top of my head. I used these last month so the review is pretty accurate but, not perfect.
Great paintballs i suggest them to any rec baller or low end tournament player
Tippmann 98 w/14" All-American 20 oz Co2 Gravity feed
Ion 12" All-American, Drop Forward, 48/3000, 12v Revvy, Bulltet Drop Forward
Any barrel with the right bore size
break on target
not as expensive as Marbs and Evils
Sometimes a breakage in the gun
These are great paintballs (for the price mind you) the paint inside the ball is a vivid color so you can always know when someone is out. The shell is kind of soft but I have never had any problems with them not breaking on target. From my own experience I don't know if these paintballs are wipe-able, but as good as everything else there must be some flaw.
If you can't afford to buy Marbs or Evils go with #5 on my list of paintballs
Big Ball -Bab coloring and thin fill
Marb-On a different gun but excellent
Team Colors-Can be great but MUST be as fresh as possible (this is good advice for all paint)
32 comp- Cheaper but basically same as big ball ,thin fill and brittle in a bad way.
Midnight-Cheap but surprisingly good nice bright colors good selection.A little bouncy.
Formula 13-The same as blaze...lol cooler looking box i guess.
Tippmann 98 ,AK hopper,20oz anti-siphon on off valve, double trigger ,expansion chamber,Lapco Big shot, and RT trigger (only used this with blaze)
Lapco Bigshot worked well
Haven't used it with much pretty barrel friendly from what i hear except for the excel.
Fill ,tends to be dimple free
Slightly over-priced not that much better than 10 dollar cheaper product
I've used several cases of blaze and from what i've seen :
It has a good colored shell very visible even at distance
Thick fill ,difficult to wipe, again helps visibility
Not very tough so if you do have dimples its gonna chop not as bad as big ball though.
Kind of overpriced in the since you still get the problems of cheaper paint but your getting close in price to tournament quality .
Try to stay above 270 or you will get like a bounce every few games ,but nothing too bad..
Pretty good ,excellent for rec ball If you can get it on sale jump for it .
If you guns tough on paint make sure there are no dimples.
I've seen the price between 51-58 at the lower end it's an amazing buy.
I'd say 8-8.5 Good quality tends be round what else do you want for 55 bucks.
RPS Marbelizers - Best Paint Ever
14" AA Teardrop
Decent Paint for the price.
Paint shot not as good as expected
When I shot and used this paint, there were bad hooks and some of the paint had dimples and was shooting horribly thru my barrel with bad hooks. Didnt shoot on target all day. Now all im going to use is Marbelizers one of the best paints out there. Fill colors are harder to see when playing which makes it harder to notice if your hit or not.
I think it was also I had gotten a bad case...
Paint wasnt too bad but could have been better.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 28th, 2006 at 11:22 am PST
Tippmann A-5 with many upgrades:
Wicked air sportz equalizer board upgrade,
JCS deul trigger,
GTA double trigger,
Stainless steel screws, both airr tipps, and e-bay ones
Crossfire 70ci 4.5k psi peanut tank high output
Dye rhino tank cover 70ci peanut + fill nipple cover, and thread protector,
Flatline barrel *works well if you understand how to use it*,
Flatline quick disconnect stainless steel thumb knobs,
Stainless steel freak kit *all american 14" front, black*,
Custom flatline barrel condom, stock flatline barrel condom, and smart parts american flag barrel condom,
DOP rear velocity adjuster,
and a tool box that has everything you need for keeping JUST this gun up *including the oil*, and has all my stock parts, i dont throw anything out.... Oh and squeege's and straight shots just for this gun... I know im spoiled.
Above is just my love gun...
Backup gun *aka to lazy to clean my A-5 after i play gun*
JJ ceramic Barrel
20oz (co2 i know but i dont care)
lapco, freak, most .689 work
Good paint quality
Not the best, bouncy
Okay these are great paintballs dont get me wrong, the shell's seems arn't bad, and its very round, but it isn't the best..
shootin 260 indoors i shot some1 from 10' away in the chest and saw it bounce, i know 260 is low, but COME ON!! also had reports from other team that i bounced em 3 times in the same game... GODDD Accuracy: no complants, i use blaze as a standard that all high quality paint MuST AT LEAST match.. Fill is great, and shell life is also good, but its a bouncy paint... breaks on guns though, duh....
Overall i love it and buy it when not buyin' dusk (slightly more brittle) unless playin touny's..
Very good practice, rec, and weekend play paint would give a 8.82 because it bounces
2002 black magic cocker with 114 raptor and twelve volt revy
dye excell ultralight all lapco and small bore barrels
Round thick fill good shell breaks on target not in gun consistent acurate
Hard to find any very good paint but a bit oily
Blaze over all is avery good paint that is reasnably priced and shhot good out of most angel and cockers and just about any gun there is. also shoots well out of flatline barrels. it also has a good reasonably thick fill to make it hard to for f@#&ing wipers from easily wiping. itt is very consiistent and round small butt good shell that breaks on target but not in gun out of my cocker i can shoot a couple cases and break only one or two ball by operators fault.
Evil MidEvil ( I must have had a bag bag, this stuff was a good shape , but wouldn't break on ANYTHING. )
Brass Eagle Afterburner ( Not terrible, but I wouldn't use it. )
Menace ( Not even close. )
SP Ion, Crossfire HPA, Red Reloader B
.689's, so, besides bore size, it's your choice really.
Great Shape, Great Shell, Bright fill.
Slightly difficult to get out of gear. ( Also a strength. )
I had been using Menace as my all around paint, and I was tired of the bulls***. I decided to try DraXxus Blaze. It has a general good reputation, and now I know why. It's all around excellent paint, and it's not much more than you would be paying anyway. When I was shooting Menace, I'd have around 100 breaks a bag, no joke. With the DraXxus, I'm surprised to get ten breaks a bag. I understand why fields would want to use this, it makes clean up virtually nothing. The paint gets rid of it's self, through the course of ONE damp night. You shoot it at a bunker today, come back tomorrow, the splatter is gone, which is a lot more than I can say for Menace, because there's still Menace splatters in my friend's back yard, MORE THAN A YEAR LATER! THROUGH NEAR FLOODING RAIN, A METRE OF SNOW AND A CANADIAN WINTER NO LESS! STOP THE INSANITY!
With Blaze, you don't have to worry. If you can hit someone with it, you'll make a mark.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 18th, 2005 at 8:56 am PST
Any barrel With the bore size as 689 or around there
Hard to wipe
COsts 13 for 500
I don't see any
It is very good paint for 13 dollars for 500. Never chopped inside my freak barrel with the insert of 689. It goes so straight to as long as you didn't get water touching your paint or any kind of dirt in your barrel. Could've been just my gun though.