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.
vl triad, 32 Degrees whisper barrel, gas thru grip
No barrel would be compatible with these horrible balls
They are round, ill give you that...
These are cheapies, buy em at walmart and have a day, but in any, i repeat any sort of game, woods ball especially, cause of dark clothing, these things will barely show. At ten feet away you barely see a gog shot. you have to be right up next to someone to see anything on clothes, and even then, it looks more like the person spilled water on themselves than anything. These balls would wipe in seconds. They also break nearly only three places, trees, the ground and in your gun. ive had them ricochet off me and others, "hitting, but not marking"
This is a target practice ball, use light wood to shoot at though, otherwise it might just blend in.
Tippmann A-5 with Flatline, Nitro/Compressed Air Tank
Stock Tippmann Barrels
Cheap... Cheap.... Cheap.... Shoots relatively well in fair weather conditions. Easy to follow shooting path.
Melt and Freeze quick!!! Do Not use in long barrels
Play with them in the summer or early fall!!! It is not for extended use and do not store for extended period of time over 2 months.... Great for messing around with buddies in the right time of year... but if you play winter ball; you are royally screwed!!! Spend the extra cash and buy Scorch!!!
Geat paint if you want to save cash and you are playing in mild weather with good conditions.... DO NOT BUY if you have upgraded barrels, CHOP SUEY!!! DO NOT Play in winter or moderate heat!!! Only buy if you have to save cash and you are playing in a period of within 2 hours.... or else they will freeze or melt....
I dont think there is any that would work good with this paint.
Alot of breaks, Oily, water paint like. Never go straight.
Really do not bye this paint. A real waste of money. Add a little $$ and get better paint.
Do not use in a good hopper unless you want to clean it out which is kinda hard.
Overall do not get em. You will not be happy with its performance. I really dont know what else to say about them but i recommend VooDoo they are my fav i have eva used.
These paint ball's are fine they do there job but there is one problim when they when They brake juice go's every were because there juicey which is ok i guss but still there Fine paintball's and they do there job which is to go out the barrel . must people just Blame BE for the fun of it but this are fine and they taste nasty don't ask why .
Easy to wipe off
paint looks like water on dark clothes
This paint sucks, plain and simple. I bought 500 rounds for 1 day's worth of play, and I couldn't stand it. I have a 14" barrel which gives me pretty good range, and this paint would curve off, sometimes almost at a 90 degree turn after about 30 feet. On clear shots, I'd have to shoot 7 or 8 times (until I got to one of my good paintballs leftover from the last game) before I'd get a straight shot.
Not only do they curve ridiculously at least half of the time, the fill sucks. It's the same color as water unless you shoot something white. This means all someone has to do is say they were lying in a puddle, and you can't prove that it's actually your paint.
On the up side, the shell color is pretty cool, and against a background of dead leaves it has almost no traceability, but what good is it if you can't hit anything?
The price was lower than most paint, but not enough to justify how bad it was. I can get much better paint for the $15 I spent on this crap.
I can recommend them for someone who plans on spraying paintballs at a target less than 20 feet away, and no one else.
Blue Streak - more visible
Diablo Heat - very nice
Tippman 98 with 14" J&J Ceramic Barrel, 20oz. tanks, full stock, and a Aimpoint Red Dot. Sight
My J&J Ceramic Barrel works very well.
Easy to find if you drop them on the ground!
Fill is not visible.
Don't shoot straight.
Some broken in bag.
I bought these at Wal-Mart and they are good for just getting some balls to just start playing paintball and for practice. In a game with friends or in a tournament these are useless because they don't shoot straight, you can't even see if you hit the other person. When they break it kind of looks more like spit than paint.
They are cheap and are very easy to spot on the ground. But if you don't drop them you won't have to worry about that and for $10 more you can get a good box of 2000 GOOD paintballs.
If your just going to shoot around they are fine, but playing any type of game they are useless.
They do not break a lot like people say. They are very cheap and ill keep buyin them. they shoot straight for me and one time 20 of them curved and dropped like 20 feet but that was cuz it was 28 degrees outside and my velocity was reallly screwed.
I recommend these to someone playing woodsball or just having fun because they are cheap and work ok, but not good enough for tourneys or anything.
blue streak...well i would say marbs and draxxus, but they arent simalar at all
trilogy cocker, 48n2, aci z.g. , dead-on drop( soon to get supafly ) revi
aci, j&j,most small bore stocks
-Fill is ez to clean up
This paint is ok for rec ball and target practice, if you are looking for cheap paint. The fill is very thin and oily so: it is ez to clean up, meaning its ez to wipe. The shells are using the same formula as afterburner, but somehow they are harder. These balls are AWESOME if your practicing for face or gun shots but thats about it.
These are good for someone with little cash, and for target practice... just dont plan on many torso shots
well I must say I have only used these paintballs once. Thats all I need.sorry but I won't buy these again.It was a waste of money.I had numerous ball breaks in my barrel, hopper, and pods.Thats just the begining, I was taking some practice shots at a skid,A SKID, and I could not hit it from about 30 ft. away.now at the time I was using my 98 custom with a freak barrel, weather was nice , little wind, and they curved to the left and right. Without moving the gun at all.That is ridiculous, I just wanted to quit playing right there, but instead I voluteered to be a guinnea pig and run up on the other team.Thats all I could do with this paint, and by the way ,this was fresh paint too.
If all your enemys' are within 10 ft. from you this might be ok