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strickA-5 Sunday, September 21st, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
DXS Bronze= similar but inferno is a little more brittle.
Marbilizer= is a bit better but also costs more than inferno.
Impact= inferno is much better.
Premium= similar but I've found the inferno more consistent in size.
Proball Platinum= similar but inferno is a little more brittle.
DXS Silver= Very similar but I like the inferno fill better
Marker Setup: PMR SE camo
CP on/off ASA
CP Rake trigger
New Designz Pro-lite frame
Empire Revolver barrel kit
Redz Pepper Stick
Crossfire 70/4500
eVLution 3 hopper

Spyder Imagine 04(green)
Psychoballistics on/off drop forward
macroline kit
Palmers Stabilizer regulator
New Designz lo pro clamping feed neck
Diablo spring kit
Dye Sticky 3 grips
32degrees whisper barrel
Empire Revolver barrel kit
Evlution 3 hopper

.688 or .689 is what I use.
Strengths: Consistency
Little or no seam
Good fill
Brittle but not too brittle
Weaknesses: none other than I haven't found it for free yet.
Review: Happened across these one day in Dick's and remembered reading some good reviews about Inferno one here so I picked up a case. First thing I noticed while inspecting it was how nice they looked. Bright exterior, very round, no dimples, appeared to be fresh. Visually they reminded me of some DXS silver I had recently used. Anyway got to the field and tried them out. Wow. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice they were. Using my .688 insert from my revolver kit I took a handfull and sized each one. Every one was the same as the one before. Which should always be the case but I usually only find this in high end paint. Another surprise, the one that matters, was how well it broke on people. Breaking at long distance too. I was getting consistent breaks from across the field. Not every time put a vast majority of the time. Almost as much as the more expensive paint I've used like Marbilizer or Evil(awesome paint). I've gone through about 5 cases so far and like I said I've been surprised by the quality especially at about 50 bucks a case.
Conclusion: Great paint for the money IMO. No it isn't perfect and yes there is better paint but It'll cost you about 20 bucks more (around here anyway) per case. I would recommend this paint.
9 out of 10

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