This paint is suitable for recreational play and practice play. Some players might even find it acceptable for regular play. Some of this paint was originally manufactured to be anything from field-grade, premium-grade, tournament-grade and professional-grade paints. The only reason they're not in one of those fancy boxes is because they almost, but not quite, made the extremely exacting almost ridiculously demanding, virtually impossible to achieve standards required by the manufacturer.
The X.O. Industries White Box Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
They break on target
Accuracy is ok
Cheap(got it for cheaper)
Some balls broken in bags(kind of a plus)
Some balls were deformed
I got a few cases of these during a sale, $20(CAN) each, which was fairly good. When i opened the boxes, i found some yellow paint in 3 outta 4 bags. I immediately dumped them into a box and rolled them around with papertowels to soak up the paint. The balls in the bags with broken balls were much softer than the dry bag, and when firing, seemed to break much more easily. Accuracy was alright, considering my barrel's bore is huge compared to the size of the balls. Once in a while i'd see a spray of paint come out of the barrel, indicating i've broken some balls. Also, i would crush a ball or two when filling up my pods.(just empty that pod, clean theballs and the pod, let it sit overnight to dry.
For the money i paid, these balls were really good. they shoot fairly accurate, and don't break too much inside the gun. For the $20 i paid, it seemed worth it, although i may have gotten a good batch.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, January 15th, 2007 at 7:53 pm PST
I cant help but laugh at these paintballs. I bought these at a boxing day sale for 20$ canadian, i wasnt expecting much so i cant hate on these balls. they were working fine they were shooting ok than i started chopping so i cleaned my gun (was shooting a spyder imagine with these) partial reason for the chops was because my egg on low batteries couldnt feed full auto on an imagine cause of the blowback. Anyways they were working ok and i forgot about them and i pulled them out 8 months later and first i tried chucking one on the ground, it didnt break lol. but my friend with an mr3 thought it would be cool to shoot some after all his gun has eyes. 3rd ball chopped everywhere. it was just a complete mess
Buy them and use them. use em when their fresh if ur looking for some cheap balls these will get the job done, dont even think about using these in a tournament. for backyard target practise or for practising snap shots like i do. These will work
Tippman 98 custom with e-trigger,gravity fed hopper,16oz co2 tank,anti chop system
whatever kind of barrel that will work with this crap
Ugly shape,Breaks,Dimpled,Basiclly the crap leftover the company cant sell.
Ok,im at my local rec field and i buy some of this crap.the rest of
the day i had breaks in the barrel.The stuff stuff continued to break in my pods,and they where full.it mantains all different shapes and sizes.I cant believe it is even sold.
Spend the extra ten or fifteen dollors and by something better.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
Similar Products Used:
ZAP chronic ($40 per case)
Stinger ($50 per case)
Wasaga Beach Paint ($120 per case (whiteboz owns this stuff for quality)
Marker: Angel G7
Hopper: Halo b w/ rip
Barrel: Freak kit
Tank: Pure Energy 68/45
I must say anything with adjustable bore size would work, My freak kite worked fine
-havent had a problem with accuracy
-break on target
NOT the MOST accurate
ball size changes quite often
This paint is purely amazing for its price, I got it for $20 a case and seeing some of these reviews, well I have to say, people just say whatever, and rate this paint 5.3 in comparison to tournament paint, its caled whitebox, its advertised correctly for what it is worth... so why would it deserve any less. I see people saying it shoots horrid, or breaks in the gun, I havent had any problem, I play tourny ball in my area, and havent had a problem using this paint at EVERY practice. it works GREAT for the price you pay for it,
ALL IN ALL, I would reccomend this paint for EVERYONE and ANYONE that is not playing in a tournament, or serious, if your out to have fun, and not JUST drain your wallet, this stuff is the best youll find for what paintball is about. and lastly, I have used this stuff in My angel G7 for as long as I have had it and not had a single break, I love this paint
as I said, I suggest this paint for everything, except for tournaments, its cheap price, and what you get out of it, your game will be the same experience, except that you can shoot as much as you want, and pay less than that guy across the field, who shoot one case and leaves cause he doesnt want to pay for another case.
ANS Blue to Black Frame and Body
Virtue Board and LAser Eyes
CP Roller Trigger
Eclipse On Off
Freadk 14" Barrel Kit
Smart PArts QEV
You need a barrel kit with this paint
Bore Size Vaires from case to case
Basically whitebox is the rejected paint for those of you who dont know.. Soo what can you expect from rejected paint... ??
Basically i only use this paint when the wallet feels thin or when im playing with noobies...
I Use a freak kit and these balls make you use every single bore size i have had boxes that use .688 and i have had boxes that use the smallest bore size. BUt honestally for 25 bucks a case i dont really care if i want consistent acurate paint ill buy high end paint...
There not much to say about this paint other then its a cheap paintball so dont expect it to be uber consistent and have a great fill...
Like atleast XO tell you that the paint is rejected unlike Brass Eagle Paint were they use factory reject then label it tournament grade.... Soo ill give them credit for that
Its an OK paint nothing special nothing really good about them... Good if your broke like me
Piranha evo-blue to black-
14'' progressive barrle
A 14''-16'' barrle.
Some might chop in your gun but i have chop eyes so they dont.
I went to vaughan paintballin Ontario, Canada. When i went for the BYOP i was bringing Zap extreme Sportz and Vapor paintballs, until i ran out. I didnt have enough money to buy great paintballs so i got the Whitebox Paintball for 25$can/2000 count. I thought that these paintballs were good for the price that i bought another box. People that are not pro paintballs, These are the paintballs for you.
Great paintballs for the price.
Vaughan extreme paintball GO THERE
So my son and I each picked up a case of the white box balls for $35Cdn. per case. Opened them and my son had 2 bags of 500 in blue and 2 bags of 500 in green, mine were all the same metallic blue color. All our bags had at least 2 broken balls in them, probably from improper storage at the store. Mine all have a flourecent orange paint in them (very cool) my sons varies from white to yellow. I look thru both cases of balls and found balls that had dimples, most of the balls are oval, some the size of peas. some shaped like an egg with the paint ready to burst out. With all these defects , accuracy is very hard and the balls sometime roll out of my barrel. All in all its an ok paint for the price and for our use for practicing in the back yard.
Good cheap price, but you get what you pay for, and for my peticular use, they're ok.
Stock Wrath Ltd
Egg with y board (soon to be z board)
72ci 3000psi steel tank hp (soon to get 68ci 4500psi carbon fiber tank)
(soon to have barrel kit)
Hard to wipe
None that i saw out of 2 cases
I guess i just got one of the uber boxes of this paint because i had no problems what so ever. It broke on target not in barrel. Couple of bonces but that was because my fps was at 250 at 280 no bounces it always broke on target. Um..... what else can i say about it.
XBall Bronze-Way better
ION, 14" Teardrop, Pure Energy 48cu 3000psi, Empire reloader.
I've bought two cases of this stuff so far and there were no breaks in any of the four bags in both cases which is amazing because I've seen some cases of this stuf where there are at least 10 breaks per bag. The shell is pretty thick though, I even found some that were double layered. They still work fine anyway, and for 30 bucks a case, I can deal with paint that isn't perfect.
These definitely aren't tournament grade but if you just want to do some target practice or putz around in your backyard these are fine...most of the time.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, June 11th, 2006 at 6:29 pm PST