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.
M3 Black Dragun, E grip (not ESP), CO2 still, 8 inch barell and 12 inch Barell
Well the price is ok
Crappiest paint ever used
Light fill hard to see
Breaks too easy
When i was using this paint I was at a paintball field and when using this paint I was horrified because of how crappy it is. When i was playing speedball every round a couple broke in my pods. I lost about 300 balls this way which used up the last of my paint.
other paintballs like big balls are better than this go with big balls cheep and good quality
Piranha GTI,i hope to upgrade to tippmann really soon
dont use these balls
There are no strengths to these.
These balls are crappy they break so much in ur gun and all guns break a little but i could barley get a shot off with these they break break and break some more.I didnt even get to play most the time i was using a cleaner to clean my barrel on the field.Stick with somthing better in this case u might have to pay more to get better quality but u don't want crappy balls like this there a waste of money, but they could be great sabotage.
Dont buy them dont waste good money, sorry for who ever made these but they need to leave it to the pro's at making paintballs
Trilogy pro, Evolution 2 with Z board, 20 ounce co2.
no matter what barrel you use they still suck
Little rocks filled with coolade.
my friend brought them out the other day, let me tell u there filled with orange water that obviously doesnt stay on cloths, also they feel like your getting hit with small rocks. So do not buy them unless there going to your friend or enemy for a birthday present and dont want to help them with their game.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
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Thin fill, but still visible
I was in Wal-Mart one night, and found a case of these for only $30. So i said what the heck, and bought the case. I took them to my paintball field, and used my Tippmann A5 with Smart Parts PROgressive barrel, and they worked pretty well. I never found an extremely out of round ball, and they shot very straight.
If you want some cheap paintballs that work well, buy a case of these. They worked very well with my PROgressive
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 8th, 2005 at 10:07 am PST
Tippmann 98 Custom
Smart Parts 2-Piece All-American 14 Inch Barrel
Custom Products Flame Drop Forward
Im thinking..... mmmmmm........nope none.
Everything about them.
If you have any since at all you will treat these as poison. These paintball suck and suck some more! These are hard as rocks and only break on metal. They are deadly to anything they hit. Their paint is thin and watery and clearish. DON'T BUY THESE. PERIOD. If I could I would give it a ZERO.
Super swirl great blue streak bad all stars ausome scorch good rec seris alright
A-5, doubble trigger, nitro tank
It dosen't matter
You can make it look like you have a shot gun
Breaks in barrel low vis fill innacurate
Worst ever fill it is 99.98965746566176371787998370817365% water
most breaks I have ever seen 3/5 berak in barrel in spyder and cocker (not in a5 nothing breaks in a5) i recommend picking other balls off the ground they work much better I give used all stars a 6 and wild streak a 0.002. The chance of hitting what you want is verry slim the balls that dont brake don't go accurate they curve. I was trying to show a team mate a bunker about 20ft away and it took about 20 shots with a cocker
You may say it is cheap but as i said 3/5 wont hit your target
Piranha EXT pro low pressure with egg2 hopper and PMI razzor barrel.
Any You got that matches paint size.
Bright shell, accurate, no dimples.
Thin fill, a few miss shapen balls, bad seams.
I bought these the day before a rec game. I got the fresh off the truck. Just a few days on
the shelf at the most. I know the shop owner so I got 2000 for $20. I usualy use PMI
premium but I live it the middle of know where and had an order off the net so I had not
gotten my shippment yet. I thought these would suck but was wrong. These are quite
accurate. only a few strayed. No dimples either. The main problem is the fill. It is to
thin and can be whiped off to easy. I play with good friends who dont cheat so it wasnt
a problem for me. The seams were bad to and a few balls were miss shaped.
I had 11 break in my barrel but had no bounce offs. 11 is high in my opinion considering
they matched my barrel well. I think these are good for fun rec games but not tourneys.
For rec games these are good balls. They can be found all over and they are cheap.
I think wal-mart is a bad place to buy paint because the reviews from wal-mart bought
paint mentions terrible performance and lotsa dimples. These are accurate and break
on target. The fill sucks so use them with honest friends. Because of there streangths
and weakness I give them a 7. Just buy them fresh.
tippman C98 with flatline,,
mongosse 2 reincarnation with 16in. xcel barrol
dosent matter will break before you start
Cheap only good thing I can think of
Thin shell,thin paint , couldnt hit anything when they would come out of barrel.
I wouldnt even use them in a tiger shark pump or even the BE ejackulator. If you have to use thes buy yourself a can of spray paint you will come out better. or even some water ballons filled with pant,and maybe a wrist rocket to shoot them with.
They dont fly straight when you can get them to fly
imp with empire b, lpr, all american, expansion chamber, 20 oz co3
Mmmm... accurate when not covered in paint
Chop a lot, crappy fill, break on everything but the target
These were actually good paint if you have a gun that will not chop under any circumstances, and the most accurate barrel on earth. for the rest of us...
These chop a lot.
Unless you have the aforementioned heaven sent gun, dont buy these.
Now im just filling up space cuz theres nothing else to say.... la la la la la
Horrible paint, dont buy it
Seriously, dont waste your money unless you like seeing the whites of your opponents eyes, because thats the only way you are gonna hit him. these things chop like every 5 balls, and once thev do, the accuracy goes to hell.
I bought these paintballs becasue they were pretty cheap. There not the best paintballs i've ever used but they're not to bad. They shoot fairly straight , with only a few curved balls. They have a pretty hard shell so sometimes they don't brake on your oppent. There fill is very watery so they are hard to see on people's clothes.
The best kind of paintballs that you want are types with a good thick, colourful fill and with a thin shell. I've heard good things about predator paint.