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irsd123 Saturday, March 17th, 2007
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1 year
Products Used:
almost every type of paint from cheap hotspot to high quality tourney paint
Marker Setup: Liquid Blue Dark Angel G7 Fly with 68.91 cal lucky 15 barrel, orbium 3 barrel kit, tado board, vlocity hopper, and CP rail. in addition, i will soon be getting a custom internal LPR from STD industries

Tippmann A-5 (for rec ball) With starfire front bolt, red aluminum power tube, polished internals, improved sights, Flatline, and e-grip
My .91 lucky works great, but NEVER USE THIS STUFF IN A FLATLINE!
Strengths: No dimples
Breaks everywhere but in your gun
Thick fill
Impossible to bounce
Weaknesses: Will not work in a Flatline
Some guns won't like it.
Review: I recently tried two cases of this stuff, and it is by far the best paint i have ever shot out of my angel. the first gun i tried it in was the Flatline, i knew it wouldn't work very well, but i did it for the sake of thoroughness. The shell was quite brittle and it broke several times in the Flatline, about 1 out of every twenty. not exactly the best shooting I've ever done.

Next i threw some Hellfire in my angel, and i was amazed. I live in Arizona, where most paint will swell to a huge size as well as sticking together. Hellfire did none of that. i used it the entire day, and of the 2314 I shot, not a single break or curve shot.

As far as accuracy goes, this Hellfire beat my normal paint, Anarchy, hands down, and unlike the Anarchies, this paint was able to survive the entire day of 110+ temperatures without clumping, swelling, or even getting sticky. After the day was over, i inspected the interior of my barrel to discover that it was pristine. Not only had i not broken paint, but this hellfire didn't even dirty my barrel! it looked brand new.
Conclusion: If you can find a local store that sells this stuff, and you have a .91 (or about that) barrel, pick this stuff up, you will love this stuff.
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, March 22nd, 2007 at 12:55 am PST

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