XBall Bronze Series - Saving money is always key for up and coming Teams, Rental Group bookings, and younger players everywhere. With XBall Bronze you save with confidence: Perfect for Team practices, budget-minded Groups, and any time the money's tight. Consistent, robust, and effective.
FILLS: Washable Fills keep Groups, guests, and Moms happy.
SHELL: XBall Bronze's more robust shells avoid gun breaks.
BOX: Procaps' "StrongBoxT": 2000-round 4x500 case. The best there is.
The XBall Paintball Bronze Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
Xball Gold- My goodness these are better but they are so much more expensive
RPS Premium- They are good and cheaper but they arent as high quality
Zap Spank- cheaper but not as good
Stingers- ok but definitely not as good
Polar Ice- best winter paint but doesnt compare to xball bronze
DXS Midnight- really good value paint comes close to xball bronze
DXS Frostbite- same as polar ice but cheaper and not as good as bronze
they are realitively small bore so anything in the .684-.687 would be good
Bright fill, High Quality, Breaks Easily
Breaks Easily, Expensive
There is no mistake that you hit someone with xball bronze. The balls that i get with pink fill are so bright i can see a hit all the way across the field. For those that are wondering why i said breaks easily in both weakness and strength is all because of the last time i played. I was playing speed ball and there was one man left. He was being surpressed so i sprint to the snake ran up to his bunker and surrendered him. Only after i did I found a pod was missing. There was my pod lieing there near the snake where i slid completly coated with pink fill. Not only did i lose 140 perfectly fine paintballs but i also lost the pod for the day because there was no water available to rinse the pod out. Other than that one complication I have never had a problem with the countless cases of my all-time favorite paintball.
UPDATE I went back to the field and got a new case of this paint. The shell color was intoxicating. Ok back to update. The case was "fresh off the truck" if you know what I mean. I fell in love with them all over again. Im upping the rating to 10 because no one was safe when they were in my sights.
If you have the money buy it you get a excellent tourney ball for $50 and youll never have to worry about bounces and such.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 28th, 2008 at 4:29 pm PST
spectre i guess i don't really stray too far from the nest paint-wise and i have only ever usedSspectre, bronze and field paint.
Invert mini w/virtue board
halo B w/ rip drive & warrior speed feed
68/4500 crossfire LP tank
Good price for the quality
Havn't really discovered any yet but im sure they exist
I've shot about 4 cases of this stuff since i've started playing and i would buy it again in a heartbeat. i have never chopped a ball once with this paint and the accuracy is fairly good. (but who really aims when your shooting 30 bps) I don't really stray all that much and experiment with different types of balls so im glad to have found a paintball i can depend on.
Overall great paint . You can simply never go wrong with Bronze So if your regular paint isn't available i highly recommend giving it a try. I assure you that you will not be disappointed.
Red Pmr with redz clamping Feedneck
Viewloader Egg 3
Halo with Rip Drive
easy to see
None so far
These paintballs are awsome. You cant beat them for the price. They are $40 at my local field. The fill is perfect and the shell is just right for a rec player. The size is very consistant and round. They dont have dimples. They fly nice and straight also and they almost never break in my barrel. the only time they broke in my barrel it was 95 degrees outside and their was not alot of shade.
If you are looking for good cheap paint this is the paint for you.
-Long life (been using the same bag of 500 i bought in 1st week of march his year, still great and almost no noticeable difference from when new)
-Very accurate and good flight patterns, they don't curve or hook or do anything you wont want. With a good barrel, these work wonders
-Good price----My field is FPO and this is what they sell. They charge 60 for a 2000 case, which is a bit steep, but if bought online they are 40. Incredible deal if you ask me for the price you pay and what you get
-Fill is thick and very visible, even with white (what i use cuz thats what the sell)
-Shell is hard and durable, which works great on rough guns. I seldom get barrel breaks, or internal breaks (lol with a 15 round tube). The higher end brother of this xball are brittler, but are meant for high end guns for tourney. This thick shell might be bad for some, but for me its a positive. Keep in mind, my field limit is 260 fps, and i always get breaks with the low velocity. Some have bounced off of me, but hey what can i say ^_^
-Good looking fill and shell
-If you don't get this online, price may be steep at pro shops or fields etc. This inst really a bad, but its not good either. More neutral than anything, since even with expensive field prices, 500 lasts me a while ^_--
From my experience, these are the best paintballs i have ever used. Extremely round, great fill, awesome flight and accuracy, and terrific shelf life. Nothing i have used is better. This is truly perfection in all aspects possible for this sport. Congratulations Procaps, this out of 9 reviews (so far) is the FIRST 10/10 review I have given on this website pbreview.com You Guys really outdid yourselves with this product. Two thumbs up (My phantom deserves a 10, but i havent reviewed it yet)
Spyder Pilot ACS
J&J 16" Ceramic
20oz. co2 crap
Anything with a small bore
-Breaks on target 99% of the time
-Good shell, Nice fill
-None that I can think of
This paint is the best bang for you buck. I got it for $40 on eBay, free shipping for a case of 2000. I could not ask for a better paint, always consistent, rarely any dimples (which I don't remember seeing any...), ALWAYS breaks on target, and sometimes broke in my gun due to faulty equipment. Shoots straight and very accurate. Even if there were any dimples, I did not notice any curving when shooting.
These paintballs are pretty expensive($46 for a case with my group, they buy wholesale) but very worth it! they are amazing paintballs. They break easy but dont break in the barrel. i have never had one of these balls bounce off of an oponent. These piantballs are the stuff
Compared to Xball Bronze ___________________is_____________"
Midnight - about the same
GAP - a little worse
Cryptic - worse
Marbs - about the same
PMI Premium - about the same
ANY JT PAINT - Much worse
Ink'd - much worse
Dangerous power Fusion--Green with silver accents w/ RAPS #34/100
Reloder B- Diamond Clear Shell
Pure Energy 68/3000 w/ JT Cover
OTP Barrel Kit and Fusion Stock Barrel
Any Barrel Kit, Proto, Stock Fusion Barrel
Great shell, good fill, small seams, breaks huge
Not available at every field, breaks in gun when cold
We shot 4 cases of this paint during team practice, We tested 4 colors Blue, Pink, Yellow, and Orange. The pink and the Blue had the brighest fills but the Yellow and Orange were good as well just not as distinctive as the other two. The shells are really cool looking with the metallic half. They shot great as long as the temprature was over 60 degrees and we had a few breaks when it started to get colder. It was shout out of a pm7, Fusions, and Ions and worked wonderfully.
Great paint if you can find it for under fourty a case. Not quite worth what most fields are charging (but no paint really is) Good for practice and rec ball. If you buy this paint you won't be disappointed.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 21st, 2007 at 8:34 pm PST
many draxxus paintballs- a little better
marballizer-best you can get and made in the USA(which is why they are expensive).
and alot of others.
egrip with W.A.S board
PMI remote hose
Special ops C-series Blackcell barrel 16" with suppressor tip
The only barrel you shouldnt use is a stock barrel.
I will update this review when I find some.
Xball paintballs are consistently round, accurate, easy to see, break on contact most of the time(2 out of 5 of them will bounce.), and are cheaper than most tourney-grade paints.
They work well in flatline barrels, since they have an inbetween shell that is not to hard but not too brittle. I like what I get for the price of these paintballs. Alot of my friends cheat in paintball, and they hate it when I use these paintballs because I and everyone else can see that they have been hit and they have a tough time wiping it off.
Great for owning your friends on the other team that just wipe off the paint, and are all around usefull. Great for woodsball. Dont know about tourneyball cause i havent used them in tourneyball...Well im runnin out of time so bye :).