Stupid case is hard to open, but that stops accedentall opening besides that i see no problames with them they are relly good i can shoot them through light brush sometimes they also smell but its not like u buy paint for the smell i u do ur weird soo by them they r good paintballs
Dimpled out of the box
I always get these balls when i go play with my friends in the woods or when practicing with my team. They are very good for their price. I would suggest a electro hopper or a gun with vision other wise you will prob be chopping all day.
Wont break in your gun(with good hopper or gun)
and usually breaks on the person
dimpled out of box
They just uped the price of these paintball to $50 and now i rather buy diablo formula 13 for about that price so if they are $50 where you get them, get something else that is better.
Great paint for the rec or praticing player, but they would suck if you play higher level paintball. Ill give a 10 out of 10 for the price but 7 out of 10 for what they are.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, October 17th, 2006 at 8:28 am PST
Smart Parts ION, silver body kit, blue/silver freak 14'' barrel, 45/3000 pure energy tank, egg with z-board, Q-lock feed neck.
I use a freak
Not alot of curve, dont break in gun but break if they hit people, CHEAP
After using field paint for awhile I decided to try to find somthing cheaper I used these and they are awsome and cheap. These balls are just as good as premium and better than stinger. Brass eagle has finallly made somthing thats worth buying. If you dont have alot of money buy these they are really good.
These don't break, the fill stains when it does, and they're inaccurate.
These are so bad they make paintball frustrating. According to brass eagle this is supposed to be a non-staining fill, but they stain everything clothes, house paint, sealed wood etc. The fill is light but that is per the specs on Brass Eagles site description if that's your complaint it's your fault for not reading up first. Brass eagle says that they are formulated for reduced breakage in barrel and I agree, except that they don't break on people either!! These are the only balls left on the field that time after time remain unbroken, after a day of play, I can't say how many times I was hit with them and nothing broke, that's why I switched to another type (advantage->me). Oh, and you can forget accuracy, these things fly all over the place.
I wouldn't even use them to time my gun. I give them a 2 since they are better than something I could make.
Worr dominator -best
zap spank - better
monster balls - ok
zap rec series - garbage
autococker trilogy sport (my first gun)
cp one piece classic barrel
*superfly bolt coming soon
one that it fits in
Too small for both my stock barrel and cp .689 barrel
Well many of these rolled out of my barrel during the game so i got pissed off. The ones that didn't roll out shot just ok most of them arced a lot and werent accurate. Im sure it would have shot better if the paint to bore match was better
I cant really say I used these balls to their full potential because my paint to bore match was off so I'll give it an average rating to be fair
5 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, February 7th, 2006 at 12:24 am PST
Ive used just about everything but the really high end stuff.
Tippmann Custom Pro
20oz CO2 w/ Redz Cover
Anything larger bore, these paintballs arent very consistant in size.
Cheap. Pretty accurate for cheap paint.
Terrible Fill. Container is hard to open. Paint packed to tightly.
Well, I asked for paintballs for christmas and my lovely grandparents went out and bought me brass eagle paint. My first instinct was "well, its the thought that counts". I was amazed when they turned out to shoot consistantly, but due to the poor fill I would never play with them. Theyre practice only. The other day I shot a few rounds into the ground, and I actually had to look closer to see if the paint had broken or not, which it had. Its a bit less than vibrant.
Probably the best paint youll find for 30 bucks, and better than other practice grade paint, such as dbx and zap.
any barrels that will be big enough for them to fit in
Only about $30
Really hard shell
These paintballs are o.k for the price but it has some problems. First off the shells are really hard so sometimes the balls dont break. About 1 out of 7 balls dont break. Also a down side is that the paint is very liquidy so if a ball breaks in your barrel paint goes everywhere including inside your gun.
I would just use these balls for target practice only.
spyder compact,spyder compact java edition, spyder victor,all with expan. chambers and 32degree bolts,and magna valves,sons and daughter run tippmans a5 and 98s
No barrel breaks,good distance,dimpling nominal
Easily wiped,hooks inconsistantly,bouncies and poor target mark
Nice container,hard to open,loosely packed ,only bottom bag seems dimply [give that bag to your real buddy].0 break in the box,0 breaks in the barrel,[out of 15 cases ].Has worked well in cheap eagles,old and newer spyders,tippmans.Traces pretty well,1 in 5 will wander,not bad for a cheap ball.Does have a tendancy to bounce at longer distances.Clears the limbs and bushes out real good.doesnt mark real well and wipers would love it.All in all not bad
05 autococker prostock
Halo tsa frontman lcd hopper
J&J ceramic all star barrel system
Anything that can handle squares and balls with holes in them, .690
They have a cool color, the blue are sweet, kinda metalic
Cheap about 30
Some are squares
The weaknesses and strengths pretty much sums it up, but one of of every 10 or so are almost normal. Aside from shell color they are pretty much garbage. These things will fly straight for about the first 10 yards and then whsss... like a gust of wind they go out of control for a total distance of about 25 yards.
For only 10 dollars more (40) you can get the karnage tear, which are the best I've used aside from marbs and evil, but u cant go wrong with the tear for the quality and price
El tigre (don't know brand name)
other brass eagle
-Tippmann 98 Custom
-14" J&J Ceramic barrel
-Pure Energy CO2
-Hopper that came w/the gun
something a little bigger than the J&J ceramic.
-tote is easy to transport the paintballs
-Fill is hard to see
-They really do smell
-The tote is hard to open
First off i got 2 buckets of 2000 at Sports Authority for $27 each. This was a great price. I got the cool metallic blue shell with yellow fill. When I brought it home to open in up, i nearly stabbed myself trying to pry the tote open with a screwdriver. I finally did it, and there were 4 bags of 500 in there. I opened them up to try with my gun, and i noticed they really do smell, but i guess that's better 4 me when my opponent gets hit : ) Finally when i tried them out at a weekend with my friends, i noticed how watery and hard to see the paint is. (this is just for the blue shell/yellow fill variety, since that's all I've tried.) I think its the shade of yellow, since its real dark, definetly not flourescent. Anyway, that was my big thing, the fill.
I really like the shell of this ball and the price and also the tote (once you get it open), bu the fill really concerns me. I have great eyes and i was having trouble seeing where my balls were hitting. Also, cheaters will love this paint. I would give it higher because of the price and the shell, but the fill and hard to open tote takes it down two notches. Once again, this review is only for the BLUE SHELL/YELLOW FILL, since that's all I have tried, but if you want to stick with cheap I'd go Diablo Heat.