Brass Eagle introduces all new Wild Streak paintballs for 2004. The Wild Streak paintball shells are formulated using the same process as Afterburner, and they deliver the same standard of performance with regard to accuracy and reduced breakage in the marker. Reduced pigment and major technological enhancements deliver a unique look and a reduced cost to both the dealer and the consumer. Wild Streak paintballs are ideal for commercial fields that need a paintball with a thin fill for easy clean up. Available on four convenient quantities: 200 count box, 500 count box, 1,000 count box and 2,000 count box. Each quantity is offered in a colorful and protective point-of-sale packaging with dramatic shelf appeal.
The Brass Eagle Wild Streak is newer, so it should be commonly available.
Eradicator (stock) it was when I first started out, now I use a Pilot --all stock execpt for the eVolution II hopper---just got this new gun :)
Why bother O.o
Cheap and Orange is my favorite color :)
Cheap made odd shaped balls O.o and easy bursting
well when I first used these a football shapped ball clogged my gun and all my paintballs in the hopper busted O.o sucked so I wont be buying them anymore well I was extremely pissed to say the least and yes I know my gun was horrible but oh well I was new things happen but these things have no accuracy what so ever I mean they curve right after about 10 feet so you have to be close to hit someone and I surpriseingly got someone out O.O but these paintballs go with the say get what you pay for
Do not buy this paint it may be cheap...oh well get other paint O.o
I was running out of paint, so I went to Wal Mart and bought a 2000 rnd. box of these thinking "They're cheap, they're from walmart, they'll suck." I was right. I was loading up my hopper and noticed a couple egg shaped balls and a few dimples. When fired, the ball will go in any direction other than the intended target. The best place to stand when being shot at with these is right in front of the shooter. When I did manage to hit something, the fill was so watery, they could have wiped it easily and kept playing.
If you're looking for something cheap to practice with, get these. If not, get something better.
4 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 27th, 2005 at 10:08 pm PST
stock VL orion
but it aint goin to be stock much longer
any because these balls break in every barrel
Dont buy these unless u absolutly have to there junk. i wanted to test them to see how easily they break and i dont know how but one broke in mid-air. and if u can hit sumtin wit em u cant see were u hit. they are really misshaped one got stuck in the feed port
absolutely junk BE sucks BAD they only have one good product that i like to say i use and thats my raider that i use for woods ball
Tippmann 98 custom
20 oz tank
Tippmann 14'' Sniper barrel
HA! ok yah right like anything is going to help
They are cheap.
These things have to be THE WORST paintballs i've ever used (and been hit by). They like blow up or clog your barrel every second shot. It's like being shot at by marbles! My friends saw the welt i had from this thing and they said i got a cuncusion. This paint is what turns people off about this game. Please STOP manufacturing these for the love of the game!
By similar i presume you mean bargan paint, scorch, pmi premium, various whiteboxes
Rat Impulse with WAS eye, Halo B with V35 Board, Freak
Im not goign to say that this paint is terrible. There are definently some good advantages.
It is very, very inexpensive
It is brittle (i don tknow what other people here are talking about)
Ok, those are the advantages
The fill is absolutely terrible. You coudl get hit and honestly not see it.
The real problem i have with this paint is the shell. The paints shell DOES NOT work with bounce beam eyes. The eyes in my impulse are the best bounce beams you can get, and even those coudlnt see the paint with even 5% accuracy. The eye in the halo also cannot read the paint, and thus will begin anti-jamming, until it shuts down (blinking red light). The paint is not very round, and is very greasy. it is so brittle that it is prone to breaking within the bags.
Interestingly my egg ii had no problems with this paint.
This is fine if you have a egg. I cannot vouche for other loaders. Id imagine with break beams this paint would work fine. it is un-usable with bounce eyes, and thus the eyes must be turned off. No halo, and no eyes, really can mean chops. A mag with a lvl10 and a qloader would be in heaven with this stuff (though the high pressure might be a problem, but you get my point) but almost every other gun wont be. Its a low end paint marketed to entry level players that is only effective on high end guns.
this is fine to get if you absolutely need paint, and can turn your eye off/have a reliable way to load it. If you have a halo this is an absolute NO.
There are much better bargan paints. Dont waste your time with this is you dont have to.
Spyder Pilot ACS 05
Piranha Pro G3 TS
CO2 on both when tested.
Maybe try it without a barrel...might shoot better.
J&J Ceramic (so you can shoot out broken paint)
Price (almost free)
cool looking box
Quality and shape
I bought these at about 2AM when I realized that I had no paint for the next day.
I was just playing woods, so I figured that quality was not an issue.
I get out to the area I play and my friends are just about rolling on the ground laughing at me for buying that garbage. Every one of them tried to save money and every one of them threw away about 1900 balls.
Well, I open the box and every ball is soaking wet and soft (only two bags had a break)
I put about 150 in my hopper and shot at some trees after wiping them dry with paper towels and I think 3 hit the tree...I ended up just throwing them on the ground and using a friends rounds.
I went back to Wal-Mart and they would not take them back for some reason, so I left the case on their table. not even worth keeping for its $25 "worth"
Dont buy. Super swirl or Heavy Metal are way better for about twice the price and are the best walmart has.
the ZAP buckets are about $10 more, and are a great ball for farking around. all 4 sit next to eachother on the wal-mart shelf.
My advice is to buy the best paint you can. Marbs and Evil are good. It is better to hit your target with 1 ball at (3) cents a ball then to miss with 20 balls at (1) cent a ball.
18" Knock Out barrel (soon to be empire twister)
timmy eye covers
12v revvy (soon to be egg)
check-it sweet spot trigger
ccm clamp feed neck
They type of barrel really doesn't matter
There isn't any key strenghts
Very weak shell
The paint wont always show up
breaks really easy
Wild streak is probably the worst paint that I have ever used. You can hold the ball only 2 feet off the ground and drop it and it'll break. My bolt alone will break it to pieces. I chopped 5 balls in a row once on top of the many balls I already broke. A lot of people diss on core paintballs but they are much better than these balls. I would rather pick up balls off of the field then use these balls. They are a complete waste of money.
Dont buy them no matter what you do unless you like chopping balls like crazy.
Blue streak (same) All other paint is better, except Afterburner (unless your trying to stay home from school then just open a 200 pack and take a wiff)
Piranha eforce GTI
evil driver barrel
Shoctech Supafly bolt
flush cocking system
.690, so spyder stock barrels etc.
Smear on mask
Well by now, who hasn't shot these. You get them for Christmas from your cousin or whatever. So until I actually had money, and could afford great paint all the time, I thought, hey these aren't a bad deal, but then came Evil. On sale, $10 off, good deal. So now I wont touch it. Do you what I say about this stuff? The only people who thinks its good are people who haven't shot high grade paint (like Evil or Marbs). Yesterday my friend finally figured out why they named it wild streak, its wild! (it goes everywhere, no really it does)
Don't buy it if your looking for performance, buy it because your live in a shopping cart and can't afford anything else, or because your 11 and can't afford anything else.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 15th, 2005 at 7:55 pm PST
stock spyder rodeo, 20 oz tank, 16 inch termanator barrell, empire RELOADER
well, i dont even recomend these balls, but i guess 32* termanator werks...
-Suprisingly fly STRAIGHT
-HURT LIKE F****N HELL
-Made by brass eagle
well, i was REALY board one day, and i had about half a tank of air left over from the weekend before, so i decided to go to wall y world to get some cheap paint to shoot at a fence post or somthin. well, i was there and didnt feal like bustin a lot of money ,so i picked up a 500 round case of wild streak. well, they are not the best for shootin a EACH OTHER, but, a fence post would be best... not to crappy, but not to good eather..
Most paintballs in a walmart, dicks, or the local pb-shop.
SL 68 II w/ a 12 oz. and 7 oz. tank and a 4X15 rifle scope, stock everything.
A freind on my first paintball war brought these in. I helped him open the cool looking box then opened a bag; he dropped a couple painbtalls and they instantly broke on the cement floor, from only 3 feet up! When we started loading the paintballs into the ghooper we realised that either there was oil in the bag, or a ball broke in there, so we threw that bag out, cleaned out his hopper and opend another; same result but we jsut put them in the hopper. When he started shooting (only like 5-8 bps), and the balls broke in his barrel so much that it was literally dripping out of it. Altough he had a avenger paintball gun, nearly any semi-auto can do 5-8 bps with good balls. The accuracy was pretty bad and the fill is horrible. The fill is jsut watered down paint, it's nearly see-trough.
-Cool Looking Box
-Very thin fill
-Supper brittle shell.
I would only recommend this to people who just use these balls for practicing becuase thier paintb comes off easyly. 4/10 for practice, 1/10 for tourny/rec-play.