CONSISTENCY, accuracy, ease of breaking on target, difficulty wiping off target
Don't get any on ya'. It sticks like SNOT and the fill is BRIGHT.
I may change my tune once I shoot the rest of the case but tonight I ran 500 rounds through my marker - with a very finnicky Q-loader no less - and didn't have a single gun break.
What I did have was a ROPE of paint hurtling down-range, impacting one on top of another. I also shot X-Ball Bronze and Silver queued up right after the Hellfire (Q-loader lets you load balls sequentially - first 40 Hellfire, 30 and 30 Bronze and Silver). The Hellfire was noticeably more consistent at all ranges.
I will be buying this paint into the foreseeable future unless it gives me a reason not to.
BTW: I used the Lava Orange fill and shell.
Tune your marker. Make it as consistent as possible. Get a good barrel kit or a PPS Brass. Buy a box of Hellfire and give it an honest workout.
If that's too much work for you, buy white box paint.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, November 19th, 2006 at 8:36 am PST