I bought some of this because I wanted to try something new. I bought one case of Fury and one case of Upheaval. (Orange and pink.) I think I got the names right.
Anyway, I opened the cases and took out a few balls. FATTY seams. Enormous. It reminded me of old Hellfire seams. But, as with the hellfire, these seams don't seem (get it? lawl) to affect accuracy. I took a pink one and an ornage one and took them outside to see how they broke and what the fill looked like. I threw the pink one against a tree, and it broke easily. A small pink mound of fill appeared; note that it didn't spread out very well. Very very thick fill. I took the orange one and threw it against a fence. The shell got lodged in between two boards, and the fill hung on to the broken shell. The fill is like semi-melted peanut butter, and it is neon peanut butter. By far the thickest fill I've ever seen, and I've used everything. I podded up and went to the field. I shot some air bunkers, and the "splat" size and spread was not a problem anymore. It spread out very well, despite the fill, and it was bright as hell. I shot a few at 10 AM, and when I left at 4 they had not run more than an inch. Accuracy was impressive, consistency was good. If you break paint, you are screwed though, so keep that in mind.
If you can find it, buy it. If your gun is rough on paint..... have a swab on hand or avaoid, because the fill will mess up your day just as much as who's on the other end.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, December 14th, 2006 at 8:28 pm PST