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.
Well I order some other paintballs online but they were out of stock so I got 1000 of thease killers. So I took'em to the feild and started shooting. I had no trouble with thease untill after mabey 300 shots. When I choped one in the barrel and the Jelly like fill got in my barrel and so they started to CURVE pretty bad. Luckly someone let me use squeezie, then i was fine. So when I hit someone it didnt bounce and there was a nice green splat on their uniform. so recamend this for anyone who wants to own little kids with green jelly.
I would recommend this to anyone who has the money
I have used the XBall Bornze series once. I was very excited because I had heard so many great things about them. ANd these were no disappointment.
WHen I took them out of the bag, there were no breaks and no misshapen balls.
They shot extremely accurate. W/ no dimples or seams, I would hope so. I was marking people all day long. The fill is unwipeable Every person I hit had to go out because the refs could see the bright, thick fill easily. A ball also did not break in my gun at all. No chops or anything. First paint to ever do that.
Unfortunately I got quite a bit of bounces w/ these bounces. I shot a guy striaght in the chest and it bounced, but he was already out, so I guess it didn't matter. But I got a few more bounces off people too.
I would buy these again in a heartbeat. Alothugh I got a few bounces, I still got those people out.
However, I will probably go w/ the Silver next time I buy XBalls.
Marbelizers - too hard
Scorch - Not nearly as good
Stingers - ok
Evil Ultra paint - Good paint
Contract Killer Grips
Halo B SPO Gear shell
68/45 carbon fiber wrapped Pure energy tank
Blue Dye Rhino cover
I use St!ffi
Break on contact
Just Great Paint
Well this paint is great, and I would only expect better for silver and gold. This paint breaks on contact, has a bright fill, and works great with my shocker. This paint is nice and its just bronze. Silver and gold are even better from what i heard. (shop i go to dosent sell them so i cant use them) This paint is just overall great and reccomend it.
virtue board, QEV, and break beam eyes
cp rake trigger
any barrel that meets the bore size
Very round. flys straight breaks on target, easy to wash out
I used these when i went to a local field. i was on a budget and didnt have enough money to buy evil so i bought these as a cheaper alternative. when i started shooting them i was really impressed. they shot straight and i didnt break once with them.
Tippmann 98 Custom
Breaks on target.
Not too expensive.
Moderate amounts of dimples.
One day I drop in at my field for the day. They usually make you buy field paint but today they were letting us use our own, cause their paint shipment was delayed and they didn't have any to sell to us. The other day I had just picked up a fresh case of Bronze. When I cracked open the case they looked pretty good, I found a dimple about every 100 balls or so. So I load up my gun and jump into some kid's birthday party who're playing the day at the field. After the first round I was positive this was quite good paint. It was 5vs5 and 4 of them were my kills, all of them dead-on hits. After lunch I went to the targeting station to crono and test out the paint. My group was 2.5 inches wide. The only thing outside of that group was 2 curveballs that I think had dimples in them.
Not a single bounce all day either.
Marbs, Evils, Premiums, (all better than X-ball )
Stinger, Big Ball, Cyclone, Hurricane, Draxxus Rec, Blaze, GAP, and Afterburner. (all about the same)
Black to Grey Dust ANS GX-3, 14" Black Evil Pipe, 12v Revvy, and a 72/4500 Crossfire stubby tank.
Black Smart Parts Nerve with lpr upgrade and team board, Stainless Freak back/black AA Front barrel, Egg2 with Y-Board, 71ci 4500 psi 3A paintbal HPA tank with a Dye Rhino Bottle Cover
Pipe, Empire 10/7 pc, Teardrop?
Decent accuracy, decent fill, small seams
Not as accurate as some other paint, more expensive than some paints
I have used these off and on when I could not get one of the paints that I prefer more. I have used the bronze, silver, and gold.
The bronze is in the same price range as a high end rec paint (say PMI Premium or GAP, as opposed to Stinger). I have found it around $45.00 US at many different locations.
From what I have learned by talking to people more knowledgeable than me about this paint, the bronze and silver have the same shell quality, and the silver and gold have the same fill quality.
The bronze seems to get dimpled easy, despite having purshased it from dealers who get fresh shipments and have high inventory turnover. Rotating the cases at home helped, but did not alleviate the problem.
The seams on these are usually very small, but for some reason that does not help with their accuracy or precision.
The accuracy is decent, but this paint has never been as precise as many other paints. It is my experience that the PMI/RPS products such as Premiums and especially Evils and Marbs, out-shoot all the X-ball paints. The X-ball bronze is less accurate than the gold, but still not as precise as the above mentioned paints.
The paint usually breaks on target, but I have had more problems with this breaking in the barrel and chamber (on my Omen particularly) than some of the harder shelled paints.
None of the broze I have ever used had fill that stained (but the silver and gold fills did stain badly)
I use it because it is better than nothing, but I prefer Premiums, Marbs, and Evils to this especially. I will use GAPs over X-ball bronze because the performance is about equal and the GAP usually costs me less. 7/10 Okay, but not great. Satisfactory
7 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, June 2nd, 2006 at 1:34 am PST
2004 SP impulse black
Black I-frame with magnetic modifications
Chrome LPR/black tapeworm
predator board with break beam eyes
ice eye flame cover
BlACK dye gas thru grip
locking low rise feedneck
ALL NDZ INTERNALS / BOLT / PIN
Horyzontal silver LP max flow with stubby crossfire tank and grey dye rhino cover
Black Evo II
maybe couple more thingys..
.684 or something close to it
choice of colors
Good all around paintball
too many dimples
does not always break on target
nice all around paint , use for 1 whole year !
to many dimples !
shoot straight all the way
a little pricy ( around me selling for 70$ CAN )
Well worth the money but there is better balls for the same price
price : 6/10
fill : 8/10
shape : 8/10 ( dimples )
break on target : 8/10
accuracy with good barrel match : 9/10
total : 8 ....
Would buy again , would be damn good if it was selling around 55-60 $ can
icon e stock marker
tiller 18 inch barrel
empire reloader 2 hopper
20 oz co2
Anything these balls are the best
Awsome breaks on impact accurate and a beautiful ball nothing to say nothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to saynothing to say