I have used these balls with tons of guns, EVEN A BE Blade Turbo ($17 for Gun and Mask at walmart!)
Case is NOT HARD TO OPEN - If you have an IQ of 100+
Sometimes...they don't break...at least you can hear someone screaming
THE CASE IS NOT HARD TO OPEN!!! Jesus...comon guys girls... THINK!
You just have to tear off the SEAL around the lid.
Seriously...it BOTHERS me to see people complaining about how its hard to open...
Try taking off the SEAL first...these boxes have seals just like Milk Jugs and Orange Juice containers have Seals
Cheap, FAIRLY accurate.
I would use these for Rec play and "who cares if we lose" Tourney play.
They are FINE.
Marbellizer, RPS, and all them brands are MADLY OVERPRICED!
They make paintballs for about $.001 each.
a Tenth of a cent!! - trust me, i would know (hmmmm...i wander how...anyone know my occupation??)
Buy it. - Cheap, but still a ripoff compared to what these companies make them for, and how much stores get them for.
Use it. - Fairly accurate, keeps their composure
Marbs and RPS are ripoff - You can find cheaper paint that works great in tourneys...BUT, I wouldnt use Brass Eagle balls for serious games.
spyder TL-X with a 14" 2 piece dye boomstick barrel
Do not pop in your barrel and cheap
To hard dont pop on target box to hard to open
I got these paintballs because they were twenty percent off and buy one get one free. the box is way to hard to open you have to use a really strong knife or a crow bar. The good thing is they dont pop in your barrel the bad thing is they are so hard they usually dont pop on the person your shooting at.
For the price i got them for they are good but i would not recomend them.
Empire 2 piece barrel at a .685 bore
or any barrel with a .685 bore.
They fly straight, cool color, breaks on opponents
Cheap $30.00 for 2000
Slightly light fill
Dimples on bottom bag
These Monster Paintballs are fantastic for the occasional user. Some-one who plays like once or twice a month at most. they are cheap at $30.00 for 2000 at WalMart and they fly pretty straight. I would say at 50 feet it would be easy to keep a tight pattern no more than 5 inches wide. I have never had a problem with these balls except when I used barrels bigger then .685 bore. Like a stock barrel on a Spyder Xtra with a .689 bore.
Buy these if you are the occasional Paintballer like me. You will be satified with them, just make sure you use them with a .685 bore barrel only!!! If you don't, then you may not be happy with them at all. Remember, .685 Barrel + Monster Paintballs = Fun Fun Fun!!!!
GTA expansion chamber
14" j&j ceramic
VL revolution with x board
i was at walmart looking for paintballs, basically it was these or jt paint. since im a cheap person i bought a case of monster balls for 30 bucks. The only complaint i have is that the paint at the bottom of the case has dents from all the wieght. This could be fixed by Brass Eagle if they made the container divided into 4 sections so that the bad on the bottom doesnt get squished.
Wild streak Balls
All American Balls
Spyder Sonix pro with a J&J 14' Ceramic Barrel and a Delrin ACS Bolt
Pure energy 20oz tank
Java 200rd Hopper
I have only udes my J&J 14'' Ceramic barrel.
Break on target
Bright yellow fill
I got these at K-Mart fot $45 and used them at home and at Santa Clara Paintball. My friend shot me in the arm with these and it broke on impact. Another thing I like about these balls is that they don't chop and they are accurate. I think that these balls are great even though they are made by Brass Eagle.
Get these if you like good cheap paint.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, February 2nd, 2006 at 5:19 pm PST
E-99 Avant with a 16 inch Nightstick barrel, Shocktech Superfly bolt, Dye Sticky Grip
Ion Pro with rail and On/Off ASA, Freak Barrel, CP Blade Trigger, CP Reg, Halo B hopper and a 3000 PSI HPA Tank from Pure Energy
I dont recommend these balls, but around a .689 bore should do
Comes in a reusable box
Dimpled like heck
Another crappy Brass Eagle product, I know these things are cheap and thats what you get, cheapness
Bright fill, the fill is bright, but not very thick, but it gets the job done, you know when you "marked: your target
The box they come in is reusable, I stick my filled pods in them, its a good box just to put random stuff in, like on tourney days
Very inaccurate, these balls stink, they curve and really suck at long distances, even with a good bore match, there just cheap, but you get what you pay for
Very dimpled, I bought 3 cases and all of them were dimpled, whcih tells me they were sitting on the store shelf for a while which tells me there not fresh, so o.k., is there anything ealse to say?
Very cheaply made paint, not good, maybe a practice paint, but theres alot better practice paint out there around the same price, so I wouldn't recoomend these balls, but you get what you pay for, I give it a 2 cuz you get a reusable box and it does have a bright fill, but other than that they suck
Freedom Balls (Don't get them, break in barrel and clear filling is retarded, how are u supposed to know if you hit the person?)
Kingman Spyder Victor II (Stock)
Viewloader VL 200 Loader
20 oz Co2 canister
Doesn't really matter, it shot out of my stock barrel without any problems with chopping and everyone knows that stock barrels suck.
Few Ball Breaks
I got these balls for the simple fact that they were the cheapest ones in the store and was pleasantly surprised at their preformance. Out of the box there were no broken balls and none of the balls were badly misshapen. The balls were able to shoot out of my crappy stock barrel without problems and while the balls did curve some, it was always to the right so it can be corrected simply by aiming slightly to the left of what you want to hit. However, Brass Eagle chose a crappy fill color (yellow) so they are hard to see on dark clothing and occasionally the ball doesn't break when you hit the person. Most Brass Eagle products are crap, but these paintballs aren't bad.
If your a tight wad like me and don't like the idea of spending lots of money on paintballs, then you should consider these because they are decent paintballs.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 20th, 2006 at 12:34 pm PST
chipply no rise heli clamp
dye sticky grip
Brass Egale avenger
quantum electronic loader
proto on piece
Proto one piece 14"
J&J Ceramic 14"
View Loader 12"
Break on impact
Dimples in some of the paintballs
I bought this paint from Walmart cause they stopped selling blue streak and I read some good reviews about it. When I use it with my Brass Egale set up it works fine but if I turn my electronic hopper on it starts to chop. I am guessing that it's because the balls are either getting fed in too fast and misfeeding. My brother used a Spyder Imagine and he had a few chops.
It's good paint for the price and you get a bucket with it. You just can't shoot too fast while using it.
I switched to Zap balls after using this for a while.
It's not the best paint in the world but works well with a bras egale marker.
A smaller bore barrel since these balls are pretty small
I bought these paintballs to test with and they were suprisingly awesome.. I figured that they would be horrible due to the price and since they are made by Brass Eagle. But they worked awesome.. I found that they worked especially good in my J&J Ceramic . They fly straight and break on impact. I would recommend these to anyone on a tight budget or anyone who needs some practice or rec paint.
Get these if you like reliable, cheap ,durable paint
Break easily, they flatten easily, don't always shoot straight
I would only recommend getting this paint if it's the last resort and you dont have a lot of money. Shrapnel or white box paint are better and the cost is about the same. The other thing is that if you don't routinely shake up the bags, the paint will develope flats and will curve when you shoot it.
Only get this paint if there is ABSOLUTELY no alternitave.