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BMFer Monday, November 8th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
PMI Premium, Dusk, Marbs, misc. field paint, and crappy walmart paint.
Marker Setup: A-5, Flatline, JCS MP folding stock w/RVA, Male Palmer Stabilizer, ASR-1 sight rail, remote.
Small-Med bore, Flatline
Strengths: Very small bore
Bright, thick fill
Few bounces
Weaknesses: Many dimples
Some barrel breaks and chops
Review: I've only used one case of Hellfire, so I will allow for a possible bad batch and not score them too low.
Out of the case the balls had many dimples. I stored for a week before I used them, I rotated regularly and kept them in constant temp, good humidity.
I bought Hellfire for the small bore size to use in the A-5 flatline. Overall, they perfomed decent, but had too many dimples and zingers for the price, $55/case. The fill is awesome, very bright, thick and impossible to wipe. I hit one guy twice with these and he came out covered it bright paint, it looked like he got hit for or five times.
Only had a few bounces, but had two barrel breaks and two chops. The chops were my fault for screwing the RVA in so far that the sear wouldn't catch the bolt.
Conclusion: Overall, good paint. Too many dimples, zingers, for price. Awesome fill.
7 out of 10

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