Bushmaster B2K3/10in boomstick/68ci-4500/Psycho on off drop/evolution II(eggie)
fits perfectly into smaller bore barrels
smaller than most
these paintballs are QUALITY!!!
they are the perfect fit for my boomstick. the boomstick bore size is a little smaller than most paintballs.
BLAZE fits perfectly into the barrel. Havn't had a break yet (call it luck if you wish).
very good paint.
i have tried every kind of paint and the only paint i can get working with my boomstick is Diablo. the ones type of diablo which works best is BLAZE.
I RECOMMEND BLAZE TO ANYONE WITH A BOOMSTICK. YOU WILL THANK ME WHEN YOU TRY IT.
very good paint. worth the price.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 21st, 2004 at 7:15 pm PST
Bomb 3 way
total freak barrel
PMI perfect drop
PMI Pure Energy 68 3K nitro tank
VL Evvo2 ( broke, my fault)
Freak all the way with the .684 insert
works well in my gun, nice fill, consistant size.
none that I can think of.
I was shooting two types of paint today - RPS Marbs, and Diablo Blaze. the marbs shot well, but not great, I tried re-sizing them to a different insert, but that didnt work cause they were all different sizes. not these, they shot further, straiter and they were consistantly at .684 the whole day. plus theyre cheap- $55 a case! ( PMI Premium is $72 a case here in CO) well, I strongly recommend these to any p8ntballer that was great performance for the money.
I strongly recommend these to any p8ntballer that was great performance for the money. peace out! they just plain out rock in any gun!
very few breaks :) sometimes ball doesnt break on impact
There are only two pball shops in my area one sells blaze and the other sells zap.
I think i've found them both to be reliable balls found zap to be a bit better for winter play and blaze to be better for summer. the blaze sometimes don't break on impact, i've heard a rumor that is because the balls are old, ie bought from a paint field that didn't use them all up ???? don't know if this makes a difference.
so far so good, would like to try others but there is no availability in my area.
Tippmann Custom 98, Pro-Team Assualt Intruder, 20 oz CO2, Custom Products 12" One Piece Barrel .689 bore size
CP One Piece .689 bore size
They have a very thin shell that breaks easily (no deflections).
Paint dimpled in 60 and 70 degree temperatures.
I shot about 1,200 rounds of this paint in 60 and 70 degree weather. The Blaze paintballs dimpled within 30 minutes of opening the bag. I was impressed that with the thin shell and dimples that I did not chop any balls. The Blaze paintballs also remained pretty accurate even though they were dimpled. I imagine these paintballs are intended more for speed ball / inflatable fields as opposed to woods ball. This paint may not dimple if the temperature is above 80 degrees, but I'm just guessing.
For woods ball I will stick with RPS/PMI paints due to there thicker shells.
if you are using a tippmann i recomend you buy a longer barrel but any barrel around 14 inches should work fine
very accuarate and do not break when shot
not accurate without a longer barrel
i think the blaze paintballs are pretty good. they are a little expensive at the places that i buy them but they are great for using them in compitition. i wouldnt recomend getting them to play with around with your friends because they are a little pricy but if you can get them for a cheap price then go for it!
Good shooting paintballs. Very accurate with a longer barrel around 14 inches and do not break.
I use the purple insert on my freak i thinks its .684
none to date
I haven't broken any in 3 cases.
I don't think i'll ever use anything else except when field paint is required.
great price, great quality,round not football shaped like those white box paints.Try some you'll be hooked. Cant really think of anything to say but the say i need more words.
The best paint i've used in my 2yrs of playing
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 20th, 2003 at 12:29 pm PST
they are very consistant
none have broken out of 1600 balls
I haven't found a weakness
These are very good balls. Also, they aren't very expensive. So far I've shot 1100 balls out of a boomstick and none have broken. I also shot 500 out of my flatline and none of those broke either. However, I wouldn't recomend using these with a bad barrel.
these balls have worked great. If you want to get some inexpesive paint (they are only about $45 for 2000) that doesn't break these would be the balls to get.
dragon intimiator, freak barrel system, mac dev, halo
freak system they are small bore
used to be very good, the last couple months they have been real shi++
they break very easy. more time cleaning barrel then shooting
I used to be a big fan of draxxas blaze buy them all the time, now since nation sells them the qualily isn't there. real shame, most of them break on the first bounce now. What ever paint I have left I cant give away, now I've been using eltigre and they are very good. I really can't say anything good about this product now because Im really dissapointed with it. I think thats enough said.
For the price you pay for these get something else. not worth the aggravation. here is where I have to say you don't get what you pay for
ANS GEN-X 3, Dye Stainless, 88 4500 fiber, drop, WGP hinge trigger, 12 volt revy.
Dye, Smart Parts Progressive.
Dimples form in pods, fragel, not accurate, terrible in cold weather
Do not waste your money, these balls are junk!!! For $5 more a case you can get Evil or Marbs, which are the best paint I have used. You can fill a pod and 10 minutes later every ball is dimpled. I would even use Nelson again before I waist my money. The balls I got were just delivered to local shop, so I know they were not sitting out for a long time.
Do not waist your money. I have not had any luck with any Diablo paint. I NEVER break paint with my cocker, but these are always breaking even with the proper size barrel.
*Spoil quickly, shell turns extreamly hard and makes it nearly impossible to break
*I bought these so I had something to keep playing on when my RPS Big Balls ran out. Big mistake...
*The balls themself were not fresh and went just about everywhere, the shell was very brittle so they ripped apart in the barrel easy.
*I left the field with about 1000 left in two unopened bags, I went back to the field the next weekend, the balls had turned stone hard, I was bouncing like mad and the extra time made them dimple more, more errant weird shots catching a breeze and blasting everywhere.
*One little kid started to cry, he was like 12, when I finally did manage to hit him with one.
*I ended up only using 500, bought a case of chronic, the remaining 500 blaze I used as target practice and fun at my house.
Dont waste your money getting this paint, save it and by RPS Bigballs (42$ a case online)
For the price (50$) these things dont stay fresh long enough and they arent good to begin with.
Now for the scoring...
+1 not to expensive
+1 fresh rarely have dimples
-1 spoil fast
-1 rip apart in barrel easily
-1 to brittle and then way to hard
-1 hard to spot fill
-1 stupid shell color.