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Drift or die86 Tuesday, April 27th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
all paints all companys
Marker Setup: 04 BKO stock, richochet AK, shocktech drop and ASA
id say freak caz of all the bores
Strengths: breaks on uour target not in your marker
Weaknesses: PRICE 57.50ish a case. always squgee
Review: Best paint i ever used. Much better then the marbalizer. Marbalizer was hard to land a shot and have it break. this broke consistantly. when i would have one break with the marbalizer, i would have multiple breaks with the inferno. i love to see the guys ive shot walk down the speedball field with that beautiful orangey color all over their body. Hard to wipe of 2 Perfect paint to use if you hate cheaters because of the thick fil. it shot well in my friends mag, my BKO, and my others friends sick a5. I do suggest that you play with dusk or midnights also by draxxus for rec players ir budget players since i know and trust the draxxus name. I use inferno whenever my mom pays for it. :-D. Just for the sake of comparing stuff ill compare inferno 2 rec zap and marbalizer. well inferno is much better then the 35ish dollar zap. I will say that the marbalizer is better in super fast guns on very small speedball courses since it shoots with more umph and hits with more force so it will break. At my field everyone has the hard to break marbalizers and we have a massive speed ball field (ABC paintball in ringwood NJ) that we can have 50+ people on the field. Back to the point on a larger field with markers that really cant shoot more then 20 BPS cockers, bko's etc inferno is the best you can buy. the speed of these markers wont break it in your barrel, and when it hits from a decent distance the paint will splatter in the sweet color of your choice. the pink and orangey fills are so amazing looking. if your the only person using inferno you will no when it is your kill. I dont suggest micing this paint with anything. ive tried it, it was not pretty. I mixes blue zap, orangey inferno, and green marbalizer. i chopped a zap and had a nasty mess in my barrel of about 5 paintballs.
Inferno is also the most consistant paint i have ever played with in my days of the sport. I know whenever i open up a new bag it will play close to the last bag.
Conclusion: good luck finding a better paintball. The paint is a bit expensive, but it is worth every penny. it is a 10. if you have a speedball team that plays on larger fields with cockers or BKOS or slower guns this is the paint for you. save yourself rime and cleaning and pick up inferno. no need to test other paints and it rarely chops.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Yanksck73 Monday, July 31st, 2006 | 9:28 pm PST
actionvillage has this paint for $48 a case.. best deal in town because this is great tournament level paint at rec paint price.

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