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marc Thursday, May 9th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
1 year
Products Used:
Diablo Blaze
Diablo Inferno
Marker Setup: '99 Autococker, Eclipse blade, PMI Perfect Drop Forward, AKA Sidewinder, 14" BOA Express .688, Lightning Bolt, Tungston Carbide hammer, 68/3k PMI Fibre tank.
any tight barrels, personally i use 14" BOA Express .688, also the OTP barrel that comes with the 2k2 matrix (my bro has a matrix and i used his barrel before i got my BOA, he too uses a BOA)
Strengths: Ya know, for their lowest grade paint i think its great. Our team uses them for practice, we get a case each, and we get it DIRT cheap since we also work at the field. Even to other teams its 70 bucks a case (Canadian dollars).

I haven't broken or chopped a single ball, and they usually break on the player. They're pretty straight in flight, granted i've seen a few with dimple but come on, these are pretty much "leftovers". Whatever shells or fill they have leftover from other balls, they just use to make the REc sport.
I've lightly tossed a couple of balls at bunkers and they break quite easily, its known at our field as "Clown" paint, because not all the balls in the case have the same fill. Oustide may look the same, but the fill is different.
Weaknesses: Nothing bad really, for the price you can't complain. We use this paint for team practices, sometimes they don't always break, but big deal.
Conclusion: Great paint for the money, perfect to practice with, or just have some fun. Use tis for practice and Inferno for Tournies. Diablo/Draxxus (either way, still Procaps) has got paintballs down pat.

They have the best shell technology and it shows in the rec sports, the shells and fills are just leftovers, and they still perform relatively well.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
bad to the bone Thursday, August 7th, 2003 | 10:45 pm PST
our team buys this paint too and its way cheaper when we buy them 10 cases at a time like 90$ for 3000 paintballs

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