BE-good for cheap paint, get it a Wal-Mart for cheap
Nel-Splat-Broke in my barrel a lot
Freak Jr. W/14' AA front
Maddman Spring Kit
Custom Trigger Job
32* Starfire Bolt
Any- that is the point of paint to bore size matching
-Doesn't break in barrel
-works awesome in the insert that came with my Freak
This paint is the best. It is the only kind I use. GO BUY IT. I don;t have enough words so i'm going to talk about cheese. You know there are many types of cheese, such as cheddar, vermont, blue, and many others. Me, i'm partial to cheddar myself. Ok i think thats enough words now.
tipman 98 custom w/ a smartparts teardrop barrel(bore size .689 perfect 4 these balls)
any barrel w/ a .688-.690 bore size (http://www.vmempire.com###########/boresizes.htm for bore sizes
breaks on ur target,doesn't break in ur gun, thick paint fill, many colors
overall, these are great paintballs for recreational play, or tournaments if u want. they have a variety of colors and great fill. Going for $45$*oops i had said 55$ be4* for a case of 2000. these paintballs are definitely worth their price.they wont screw up ur gun by breaking in the barrel but will break on ur target.
go buy these paintballs if they r the right size 4 ur barrel
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 5th, 2004 at 5:10 pm PST
This paint is very durable, HARDLY pops, nice looking. I would recommend this paint to anybody who is looking for some really good paint. I shot this at Hollywoodsports park in Bellflower, CA and it was very good. They have Blaze for their house paint and I have no problem with it at all. It shoots perfect and better than most paint I have ever shot.
Get it if you want some good quality paint. This stuff will definitely not let you down one bit.
All RPS stuff as well as many walmart paints and Zap
Standard bore is fine, these seems to range from .688 to .690
Good value and consistency
I decided it was time to update my review on Blaze paintballs. This is the usual paint that we use at the field and during practices. The quality of Blaze has gone up recently, I've been seeing much more consistent shell sizes and less dimples on the balls. Blaze paintballs can usually be found for aroung $50/case and they come in a wide variety of shell and fill colors. The shell is fairly hard, and will bounce off body parts if hit in a glancing manner, but in general the break to bounce ratio is good.
Shooting Blaze through the .689 stock barrel on my Ion I received no breaks and very good consistency. Around +-5fps compared to +-10fps when using Draxxus rec-sport. The fill on blaze was moderately thick, but still a bit on the watery side. Splat marks were easily visible on opponents.
Blaze comes in four sealed bags of 500. The sealed bags help keep the paint fresher compared to the twist-tie bags that many paintball companies use.
For the price, Blaze is one of the better paints out there.
For consistent quality and a great value, I give Blaze an updated score of 8.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 1st, 2005 at 8:58 am PST
Tippmann A5, E-Grip, All American 2k2 14 in barrel, PMI remote w/slide check, 3A Paintball 68/4500 Fiber Tank
-any barrel, even M98 Flatline
Smooth and round
oiled outer shell
rarely break in gun
great for flatlines
kind of expensive
I was on a quest to find the best paint for my old M98 Flatline. Marbs didn't work at all, other paint was so-so. The blaze flew the farthest and the straightest of any paint i've shot through that barrel. Above all, there were almost no breaks in the barrel. Since flatlines are very paint pickey, and a break will kill you until you can squeegee, this is very important. Also, brilliant marking fill, but great for rec ballers because it wipes easily (so don't play with cheaters!).
Overall, Great paint, A little pricy, but it's worth it. Especially for flatliners
My brother bought some and i figured they would be bad. I took about 500 of them from the basement ( been around 30 degrees), out of an opened bag, that was at least 3 months old. I just wanted to try out my evil pipe when i had gotten it and this paint shot great. I didn't have any breaks, and they were very consistant.
If any paintball will shoot straight, after sitting open in a cold basement for that amount of time is def. a great ball. At around 40 a case it's the best cheaper paint that i have shot
no matter what as long as you have the same bore size your good
not having the same bore size suks for everything
This paint is really good on something with the same bore size and that goes for any paint but if you have a big difference of a bore size your gonna b shooting like a newb no offense but your pretty stupid if u hav like a .680 barell and are using a .693 ball
Buy it if its good for the gun ande if it is youll love it
Zap, 32* Competition, PMI Premium, PMI Bigball, Pmi Superswirl, and more.
Nasty Impulse- Vision- Full Freak- SS Freak Back- Red Halo B- Red NDZ No-Rize feed tube- Red ANS Jackhammer II LPR- Red NDZ Front Cap-
Really any barrel with a .687-.689 bore size.
Good price, good fill, doesn't stain, breaks on impact (most of the time).
This is a great paint for the price. I use it every time my team practices. It has a good thick fill, breaks most of the time ,not too brittle. The only thing that sux about it is that when you play in cold weather, it gets really brittle, but that happens with almost any paint (except for the special winter paint). I definitly recomend this paint to anyone. ALmost all Draxxus/Diablo stuff is good.
Good paint, Good fill, Good price. This is an all around great paint to use. I recomend it.
Dusk-Good paint for a cheaper price
Marblizers-Very high quality but not worth the price if you ask me
JT Predators-the worst paint I've used to date
Zap-Pretty poor quality imo
32* 2003 Expansion Chamber
32* Flame Drop
Madmann Spring Kit
Custom Trigger Job
Clear Dye Stickies
16oz Stubby w\anti siphon
Any medium bore barrel
This happens to be my paint of choice. Its not the best paint out there but its very good for the price and is very high quality paint. It shoots extremely accurately, I've had no breaks or dimpled paint in every case I buy. It just really helps out your accuracy, and wont break in your barrel, only on target.
There is better paint available but for the price I think its the best high quality paint out there. So if you have a medium bore barrel go for this paint. I've never had a bad expirance with it, and highly recomend this paint.
I bought some to play on the open field at the IAO 2003, and they are good paint. It's bright so you can see the hit from about anyway. The only bad thing is they bounce pretty bad. I shot a guy in his leg ( i was back middle and he was at 50) and it bounced off his leg. I was soo mad. But overall its good paint.
Great paint. If the shell was a little bit weaker, i'd give it a 10....but gotta with the 9.