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.
System X vengance 4.0 pro
Halo TSA hopper
Pure energy 48. 3,000psi nitro tank
Clamping vert. feed.
14' dye ultralite
Any thing matched with paint, even my stock system X barrel worked great with them, so did my ultalite
All balls that were in my case were perfectly round with little seams.
None at all
Bought these at my local field. Shot the entire case with out any breaks AT ALL! the fill was a bright blue and was almost impossible to wipe cause they have a real nice fill. Went the entire day in 80 degree heat without one break. the case was even sitting in the sun for some time and they still kept a perfect round shell.
go out and by these, if your a tourny player or just a rec. player, they work awesome. diffantly a 10 out of 10. BEST PAINT FOR THE MONEY! got a case of 2,000 for $40 bucks at my local field.NICE!
Brass Eagle ( hey it was years ago when I first started. I didnt know any better)
Tippmann 98 Custom silver
Progressive 14" barrel
BT fixed sight rail
NStar Red Dot sight
using a remote
-I use a Smart Parts Progressive
-My cousin uses the Freak System
-Breaks on contact not in barrel
None that I saw
For my first experience with X Ball I was on the receiving end. And I'll tell you it does it's job. As I walked to the dead box I could hear my cousin yelling from across the field, "Hey Nathan, where did all that blue paint on you come from?" Later in the day me and my cousin were on the same team. As I sat beside him inside a fort working the back side, I could tell that I really liked the paint. Even though the Zap that I was shooting that day had only cost me $25 a case and was shooting good, I was wishing I had put the extra out for the X Ball.
Since that day of taunting from my cousin, I have tried out X Ball Bronze. It is great. It shoots accurate, which is important and breaks when it hits, even more important.
What else can I say...It's good stuff.
From now on I am going to pay the extra $5 that it cost to get X Ball. $50 a case is not bad for this stuff.
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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Similar Products Used:
Midnights, PMI Premiums, Chronics, Menace, Blaze, House
Spyder Electra, Dye Grips, Sweet Spot Trigger, 4-stage subzero expansion chamber, Shochtech low pressure chamber, Checkit Surefit clamping feedneck adaptor. 50 gram switch. Evo II Hopper, CO2, and I switch between System X 1 piece barrell with Smart Parts teardrop all depending on paint I use.
.689 standard bore size barrells.
$39 a case
Breaks on Contact
Shell is Brittle breaks in High Pressure Guns
I bought a case and a half of XBall Silver and I have to say, the shell is too brittle for my spyder. I would imagine to work better with low pressure guns and not HIGH PRESSURE guns like my spyder. I get a lot of barrell breaks and chops. If you plan on getting XBall Paintballs, there are 3 different types, Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Bronze has the thicker shell and Gold is meant for tournament play because shell is brittle and breaks on contact yet can endure low pressure guns. For those high pressure guns like spyders, I recommend getting Bronze instead of Silver.
For those spyder owners, I suggest getting Bronze over Silver and try those. I haven't tried Bronze, but they should have a thicker shell. Silvers and Gold are meant for high end guns. I bought mine Xball Silver for $39 which is a great deal, just that my gun didn't like them which fortunately I brought with me some Blaze just in case Xball silver wasn't working with me. I know the price has gone up to around $47.
I bought a case of this paint at a good prince of under $40 for 2000 pink filled. the first thing i noticed was how straight they flew and the amazing marking. The pink is very bright and is noticeable from quit a distance. the orange also has an amazing fill. very bright. The only time i'v broken any of these balls was from out shooting my ricochet AK
they break very will on a person. if uf ever had a bounce with a PMI premium these break much easier. but will not barel in ur marker.
This paint because of price is great for rec or noobie use up to bigger games where u need consictance.
Over all this is a great product for an ever better cost. Pick some up today! You wont regret it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 8th, 2005 at 8:18 am PST
There are three types: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. I used bronze in a tournament, and it shot pretty good with my marker, and a CP barrel with a .685 bore. There were some dents in the balls that i saw at the top of my pods and loader. Other than that it was good.
Paints paint, sometimes there's a paint for your barrel. The problem is finding it.
04 Red impy
Voodoo Delrin Bolt
New Designz Lo Rise clamping Feedneck
CP Roller Trigger
Murder Inc micro drop
max flo reg
Halo B w/ Rip Drive
Any with the same bore size.
Always round, thick fill,
The field that I play at uses this paint at all of their tournaments, and it is some of the best paint I've used. I've never had a barrel break, always breaks on contact, flies straight. What more could you want. It is a little expensive though, its $65 where I play.
Get it if you can afford it. I'll give it a 9 for being so expensive.
autococker vf 88 4500 centerflag thundervalve tank
A5 response, stock ,flatline
Not all stores sell it
X ball is the sh*t round ball consistent it make me look good it shoot good out of every gun its great for the price and the white fills are hard for refs to not see the only bad part is your friends will be stealing your pods and filling them back up with sh*t paint and putting them back in your pac.
14" Teardrop barrel
Ricochet R5 hopper
20oz Co2 unfortunetly
Works fine with my Smart Parts Teardrop.
Cheaper than other high end paint.
Havent had a single barrel break. ever.
None that i know of.
First type of paint i bought for my Tippmann. Worked the best out of all the other types of paint ive shot so far. I have never had a barrel break with Xball Silver (dont know about gold or bronze). Also, its pretty cheap for how good of paint it is. Around 50$ for the Xball silver. This stuff has got me hooked on the xball paint and i dont think im going to be using any other kind of paint in the future.
Awsome paint for good price. I would reccomend these to anyone.
Pretty much every top of the line paintball from the big name manufacturers
I shoot a 2K2, Texas Storm, Ripper and Ripper 2 Intimidators. I run a Halo or an Empire with a PMI Pure Energy Tank.
I use a Dye Ultralite or CP Kit with a 689 bore.
Consistent, variable shell, thick fill, ball.
None so far.
These are quickly becoming my favorite paint to play with. The X-Ball bronze is my favorite recball paint. It's consistent, thick shelled and flies straight and true. At my cost of less than $40 a case, it's affordable as well. I wish the colors I could get were other than white and pink fill but it's great paint. The silver and gold have progressively thinner shells but I have yet to have a break inside the marker from it. They're also affordable compared to their paint counterparts. The nice thing is that X-Ball paint uses the half-shell coloring ensuring that you know what you're shooting. Bronze is half bronze, silver half silver and gold half gold. Easy enough. Great paint. Great prices.
Top notch paint and some of the best for the price.