Diablo Heat, Nightmare, Blaze, Stinger, Rampage, Team Colors, White Box
Shocker SFT, All American barrel, Crossfire 68/45, Halo V35, Hybrid on/off, Evil Detonator reg, NDZ Silk trigger
Very bright fill
Once you chop, you just can't stop
Not "tournament" fill
Let me start out by saying that Empire Inertia is a fairly good paint. Normally this paint is fairly expensive but I was able to get three cases of this for $35 each. When the paint arrived, I was very disappointed. Each one of the balls had at least one dimple and a couple were broken. I gassed up my gun and started shooting at a tree about 100 ft from me. I was able to hit it about 7 out of 10 times. Accurate, but not the best.
I played with them last weekend and i had a terrible time. I couldn't get my gun to stop chopping. I think i got the first 4 through but the rest just became soup.
The shells are very nice if you get a good batch. They break on target every time. The shells are so sensitive that they will even break on the nets surrounding the field. The fill is also very, very bright but it is a little too thin to be called "tournament grade".
I called the website that sold me these and they told me that they are warm weather paintballs. The woman recommended these paintballs for people that will use them in 65+ degree heat.
I have used them on other warmer occasions and they have worked fine. The flight is often affected by the dimples but they still fly fairly straight.
Overall, they are fairly good paintballs. They are accurate but not the best, very good at breaking on target, and have good seems. Although, i had trouble with chopping and the dimples. They work well if you live somewhere warm.