Empire Heat Paintballs

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Average: 2.9 (7 votes)
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BEST USE: Recreational

FILL: Standard

SHELL: Standard


Heat™ is the most familiar and popular entry level paint in the world. Its superb quality and consistent fill makes it the perfect choice for the paintball newcomer or cost-conscious player. Put these paintballs in your marker and see if the opposition can withstand the Heat.

  • The perfect paintball for those on a budget
  • Quality shell will fly where you aim it
  • Consistent fill will mark your hits

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5 Reviews of Empire Heat Paintballs

Anonymous says:
Tue, 05/22/2012 - 22:06
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Decent paint for an entry level player. Shot 5 cases only broke a couple while shooting until the last case. Must have had a terrible batch because I had them brake in my pods and hopper. Was not too impressed about that as well as how dimpled they are. Even though it's an entry paint it should still be of some quality. The fill I had was yellow, it was bright but did not mark well, I got it on the lens and I could still see very well. It doesn't seem to splatter well.
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Anonymous says:
Fri, 08/31/2012 - 09:19
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Overall a good entry level or cost efficient paint. Some of them are always dimpled but I have not had issues with ball breaking in my marker or on barrel exit. Performance was pretty decent. Not as accurate as high end paint but im always able to get it on target. Again good paint fot the cost
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Meena says:
Thu, 01/17/2013 - 14:12
Average: 1 (1 vote)
The product disrception of this set of 1000 paintballs wasn't a very good disrception. It does not mention anywhere the caliber size of the paintball which could make a big difference in whether you can use the paintballs or not. It also does not have a lot of information on the paintballs in general which could mean the ball could easily crack/pop in the barrel, the hopper, or somewhere in the gun which would be a waste of 1000 paintballs.
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Anonymous says:
Sun, 09/01/2013 - 16:44
Average: 1 (1 vote)
Empire heat paintballs are of poor quality for the money paid for them. Paintballs were not of same size or even shape. Many balls were oblong or misshapen. I'm sporting a Tippmann 98C with 14" werks barrel and response trigger, used this kind of ball a little over a year ago and could hit a man sized target at 40 yards every shot, tried these new ones and could only hit a target standing 20 feet away with on shot out of a 200 round hopper. Very poor ball quality. I would advise shooting within 20 feet or using a different ball. The positive of these balls are they do not break in the barrel and also do not break on target 50% of the time. Type of play: Woodsball.
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Anonymous says:
Wed, 09/04/2013 - 18:04
Average: 5 (1 vote)
We use the Heats as our field paint. We like them. No real issues really. No ball is gonna fly like a bullet, but these seem fine in our woodsball field. Ordered 24 cases and didnt have one broken ball. We have more players having hopper lids pop open than any issues with the balls. And our field team use various electronic triggers and feeders with little to no issues. We also use the hot box balls. Same exact fill as the heats, just a wimpy lookin shell. Fly straight enough tho. No real dimples in the Heats, but a few in the hot box balls. If your looking for a decent ball, Heats are just fine. We rarely have to clean a barrel, let alone any guns (we run 98's and ft12's). Are they worth the money? Yeah. Are they a perfect ball? No, but they are pretty damn decent. BTW- We like the yellow fill. Its brighter and marks better than the orange.
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