This is decent paint better than a lot of cheap zap paint. thick fill is a bad thing and a good thing.
Bad: if it brakes in your gun your screwed unless u got a battle swap of sqeege
Good: if it dosnt brake AND you hit someone it is bright and cant be wiped
Brass eagle is not a good paintball company. Unless u play w/ pump guns buy some good paint like chronic,marballizer, xball, or even zap spank is pretty good.
Its brass eagle and there is no such thing as really cheap tournament paint.
These balls are cheap, so I guess that would be a strength................
-Every ball had a dimple
-Curved very bad
the only way i would buy these balls is if they were the only thing i could get at the time. i would much rather pay a few dollars more and get 2 1000 round boxes of Scorch if i had to get balls at walmart.
everything from wild streak all the way up to evil and hellfire
Black smart parts Ion
Halo B hopper
Freak 12 in barrel
Cp razor trigger
CHEAP pretty round
Don't break on target but they break in the gun, weak clear fill
Alright, me and my friend were out looking for randomn crap at sports authority and noticed this stuff on the discount rack for 20 for a half case. Me and my friend wanted to fool around and shoot our guns (DM3 and an Ion) and just bought a half case to share.
I cracked up when I looked at the description and it said it uses the same formula as wild streak (which means crap) to ensure the same quality LOL (anyone who has ever shot brass eagle paint, guns, etc knows their stuff is crap)
Well we got home that night and my friend's dad decided to squeeze one just to see how hard they were to break. PPFFFTTTT the paint just exploded as soon as he touched it, but as soon as we put it in his gun it wouldn't break. We shot a two-by-four from like 20 feet and it bounced!!!
However, You have to give it a good rating for the price and the roundness.
Buy it for messing around, but to play rec or tourney no way spend a little more and get Draxxus, Diablo, or RPS for like $50 a case and a much better quality paint.
I rate it as an 8 for fooling around and a 3 for anything else.
any, Ive used these paintballs with many barrels, all worked great
High quality (read the review)
Better than most paints out there
Ok so, my parents know what a paintball freak I am so they bought me a case of these for x mas. It just so happens my friend got a dm4, and one got a Electra. So I figured it be nice to try these out with the dm4, electra, and my goose. when we finally got to use it, there were no chops what so ever. The barrels we used were, dye ultralite 14", Proto 1-piece 14", and the electra stock barrel. All were as accurate as possible. The monster balls worked great, I would definately use these again. Especially sense you can get them for $30 a case.
Not the best paint I've used, but defiantly comparable, and half the price.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, January 23rd, 2007 at 7:48 pm PST
Wild Streak- god awful
Spyder Rodeo marker
12" aluminum barrel
2 9oz. CO2 tanks
any barrel over 12"
Hard to see
Don't spread good
These balls are only good for practicing with or for playing with your friends. Using these balls for tournaments and competitions is out of the question. Though they are pretty accurate and really cheap, the fill of these balls is like runny snot. My friend shot me with these balls once and it looked like someone blew a huge wad of snot on me. They don't spread worth a crap and they're really hard to see. These balls aren't that great, but they are better some of the other Wal-Mart brands.
These balls are great for recreation or practice, but I wouldn't use them for anything else. These are probably some of the best paintballs Brass Eagle makes (which is a miracle, because most of the stuff Brass Eagle makes ain't that great).
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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JT tac 5 stealth:
20 0Z co2
the rest is stock
Anything that doesnt chop many balls
flatten out. Come in poor condition. dont mark. inaccurat. Dont break. Chop in barrel alot
Though it may sound like I dont know what im talking about. Ive tryed nicer gun with better balls. And i have tryed other balls for my gun. I usually order stingers online and i have had no problems with the performance. But on a trip to get more co2 i needed some more balls . so i bought 2 cases of monster balls mainly because i loved the price. But i went out and shot the and decided never to by them agian. even at very short ranges these failed to mark and had horrible consitency. some balls had dents in them as soon as took them out of the box. They had horrible accuracy.
If you are pressed for cash but u have a hi end gun that is pretty acurate these balls would not be bad but a normal gun that has average acuracy i would never recommend these balls. So to some it all up. these are cheap but they suk
1 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 28th, 2006 at 4:05 pm PST
CCM no-pro feedneck
system x drop
a bore that fits
Accurate for price
Shell isnt t bridle
They are excellent paintballs for the price. They shoot straight enough through a .689 bore. I didnt have to many breaks becuase of the thick shell. The shell is basically its ony problem. Me n my friends team were practicing on his homemade feild. i got shot 2 in the shoulder and the balls didnt even break. The shooter was fairly close to me and me n the ref were suprised they didnt break. The other pro/con to these paintballs are the fill. lite and very easy to wipe off.
excellent paintballs. great for practices, but horrible for actual games. Your asking to get cheated on with these paintballs if used in a real game. If you use them in a game i hope Gawd will drop a huge cumbubble on you.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 8th, 2006 at 2:25 pm PST
Angel Speed-soft face bolt, volumizer, cp on/off, mastertech trigger, Freak barrel, Check it sure fit feedneck
Pure Energy 68/3000 tank
Halo B Loader (Smoke)
Anything that matches this stuff...Pretty much 689 bore
I was in Wal-Mart one day and saw this paint for 30 bucks. I was like "wow this must be some crappy paint" but i decided to try it anyway. The next weekend i went to play rec-ball wit my team in the woods. I whipped this stuff out and was amazed how great this stuff shot. It was unbelievable. I tried some draxxus paint prior to that and had 5 out of 10 barrel breaks. This paint is very durable and out of the case of this stuff i shot, i think i might have broken one ball, maybe. After my frist experience with this paint i decieded to get another case. Again the same result. This is now my go-to paint for rec-ball.
In the end, i really like this paint. It does have a few weaknesses such as the fill not being bright enough. I've shot many people with this paint(because its so accurate) and the hits are very diffecult to see. The balls do not break very easily(which is y there is almost no barrel breaks) so i've hit people in the past where the balls have not broken. Overall this is great paint for rec-ball and peppering the crap out of you newb friends, but i would not suggest this for a tourney paint. This is probably the best paint out for the price. Either this or Scorch. I'm giving it a 9 because of the crappy fill and the non-breaking hits, but overall this is great paint. I like it and i would recomend it to anyone.
Spyder Victor II, J&J 14" Ceramic, 20oz tank and Quantum Viewloader electric hopper.
I use a J&J 14" ceramic and it works fine.
They are very cheap, 2k for 30 bucks.
They have a horrible curve.
In all, these aren't too bad of balls for the 30 bucks. I use them for recreation play and they work just fine. I would not reccomend these for tournies at all. Their wierd spin is awful. Also, I have had a few balls that just haven't broken when I nailed them into a players chest.
You get what you pay for. These aren't terrific, nor are they awful. For 30 dollars, however, buy them. They are great for small field play, just hanging out at the park, but in a tourny, these will frustrate you.
These balls are alright. They come in a box of 2000 for $30 which is good for me since im always broke. They come in a weird bucket that takes some time to get open and they smell really bad when you do get it open.
They shoot straight and pretty far. Usually they begin to curve around 50-75 feet but a smaller bore barrel would fix that. They break upon impact even though the field I play at lets you shoot 250 fps. They do have a thin fill but if you have good refs they will see where it hits because of the bright yellow fill. I would use these all the time because they are so inexpensive and well made.
I would use these all the time because they are so inexpensive and well made. Overall a 8 because they are a good ball to mess around with and the price is amazing but there are better out there