Proto Darts- Thinner shell and thicker fill. Flew straighter overall, possibly because of density?
Hellfire - Thicker fill. I haven't used Hellfire in the same situation (i.e. cold) so I can't say how it performs. In good weather though, Voodoo is just as good. Voodoo tends to run a bit larger than hellfire though.
Currently - Ego 6 with Cure bolt.
Anything with a bore size larger than .691.
Great shell, small seams, very consistant paintballs.
The fill is fairly thin, nor is it very vibrantly colored.
My original review was based on using Voodoo at a rainy, cold tournament. I'd originally rated it at an 8, but having used Voodoo again in a fairer weather tournament I've decided to revamp this review.
The shell on Voodoo is great. We were clipping flaps in clothing and the balls were breaking. The only downside is the color wasn't very vibrant, nor was the fill too thick, so there was one team that more or less cheated their way into the finals. Had we been using thicker fills, I have no doubt that they'd have gotten at least two fewer wins.
The grade below it at the tournament was Proball, and the Proball had a thicker fill, but I saw a lot more barrel breaks with the Proball.
With the Voodoo, all day, one break from when my loader pushed a ball past my detents.
If you're using it in the cold, keep the paint warm in a cooler with hand warmers. Otherwise, shoot Voodoo with certainty that you'll be shooting a consistant, good paint.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 1st, 2007 at 4:38 pm PST
The green filled paint may be watery, but the Orange fill is a lot thicker. Also did you shke the paint before you used it. This paint has two different fills, one for bright color, and one to make it thick, if you shake them up, they are a lot thicker and more vibrant.