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.
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13 of 24 people found this review helpful.
Melt easily, orange (hard to see, especially on black)
I bought these because they were $5 more for an extra 500 balls than what I usually get.
At first they seemed like they had a lot of oil on them but I later found out a few of them broke inside the bag. I've even had some break in my hopper. The breaks make the rest of the balls slippery and not shoot accuratelty.
It may of been one bad experience, but im not buying them again.
I really just wanted to fill this out cause noone wrote a review for these POS.
These balls are okay, should be cheaper, they hardly are visable at all!
They are fairly accurate, I would rather use Scorches.
Med to Big bore.
I cant think of anything else to write so just ask me if you have any questions about these semi-crappy balls.
They couldnt hold up being shot @ 20bps.
<Chop like mad>
They suck, go buy something better ( for practice or for tournaments).
I hardly even want to use these for practice.
Seems like they deserve around a ~5.0 because of they came from a shiity family of paintballs.