7 Best Paintballs | March 2017

We spent 17 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top picks for this wiki. When playing a game of paintball, it's important that you leave your mark, so to speak. When we set out to determine which paintballs give you the best bang for your buck, we considered how straight each brand's balls fly and how reliably they shatter on impact. We also factored in caliber, cost, color, and biodegradability. Plus we included a couple of practice options, too. Skip to the best paintball on Amazon.
7 Best Paintballs | March 2017


Overall Rank: 4
Best Mid-Range
★★★★
Overall Rank: 1
Best High-End
★★★★★
Overall Rank: 7
Best Inexpensive
★★★
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These JT SplatMasters are on the pricey side for a product designed to break apart when used properly, but they fly straight, almost always shatter on impact, and use a paint that is both bright and easily washable. Or, in other words, they are reliable paintballs.
6
To be clear, the GXG Reusable Rubber "paintballs" are not, in fact, paintballs at all, as they are spheres of rubber. But they are sized and weighted just like a standard .68-caliber paintball and are great for training and target practice, leaving no mess behind.
5
A box of Wrek Elite Premiums offers one thing most paintball brands don't: guaranteed colors. When you order their red/silver shell, yellow fill balls, you can count on getting spheres with a handsome two-toned exterior and bright yellow paint inside.
4
These JT GI Milsim paintballs are both higher-priced and higher-quality than most other options, guaranteed to break on low impact but to resist cracking while in the hopper or in the barrel. Both their shells and paint are 100% biodegradable.
  • safe nontoxic formula
  • extra-bright paint
  • less common 50 cal paintball size
Brand JT Splatmaster
Model pending
Weight 3.1 pounds
3
These TradeMyGun Paintball Pellets are nothing special, and you can't even choose which colors you get when you order. But they are .68 caliber, will work with all standard markers, and are priced to sell. Those factors alone should be enough for most players.
  • reliably break on impact
  • ship packed in protective foam
  • occasional dented and oblong balls
Brand May Vary
Model pending
Weight 4 pounds
2
These diminutive, but durable, 40-caliber paintballs were made not for your marker gun but rather to be fired out of a blowgun or by slingshot. Their small diameter helps them zip through the air with accuracy, thus the popularity enjoyed by the Venom Blowguns brand.
  • will not break on fabric or skin
  • ideal for safe target practice
  • varied colors in each order
Brand Venom Blowguns
Model pending
Weight 2.1 ounces
1
If you're serious about playing paintball, then make the investment in this 2,000-count case of "Recreational Grade" balls from Valken Infinity and enter the next match sure your hopper will never run empty. Their thick shells help prevent breakage in the marker.
  • designed for straight flight
  • permitted at most fields
  • case protects balls during storage
Brand Valken
Model 28353
Weight 14.5 pounds
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Last updated: 03/22/2017 | Authorship Information

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