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neelzebub Thursday, September 25th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Marbs, Bigball, Zap, Blaze, Inferno, to save time, a crap load of them, OK. :)
Marker Setup: Which one of the six... Orracle, Tricked Cocker (2), Sniper II, Automag, Sheridan Kp3 rifle, Tippman 68 special. Yes, thae last two are really old. That's becuse I have been playing longer than you have beeen alive. :)
Recommended
Barrels:
One where they don't roll out the barrel.
Strengths: When you hit some with hellfire...you know it!
Weaknesses: Accuracy: OK, not as good as marbs. Price, a bit spendy.
Review: Hellfire has some really great points. If you hit someone,
(Especially if it’s the bright orange) you know it. I have yet to see a paint that covers as well as Hellfire. I have had players come to me and whine because I “lit them up”. Sorry, that was just one or two hellfires. They also cry a lot when you shoot them through the crack in the bunker, and there is this big glob of paint on them and the ref calls them out. :) If your longballing, if you can hit them, it WILL break on them.
Try to wipe this stuff? good luck, it is very hard to do.



Down side, compared to Marballizer, they do not shoot as straight at 30 yards+ with my gun, (please note the paint is small for my barrel).
Because of the shell, the do have a tendency to dimple more than Marbs. This can be real pain in the butt.
You also must/should use a “low pressure” gun. Angles, Cockers, and the like. Otherwise they have a very nasty tendency to break in them.
Also, cooler, cold weather...forget about them. Goo city. All they do is break in the barrel.
Not made for wooded areas. It will break on any small twig, leaf, spider webbing. :)
Conclusion: Expensive, yes. Not as accurate as Marballizers, yes.
But, in it’s element, used with the right gun and barrel, this is
one very sweet paint. And that is the key. I would not recommend using Hellfire in a Tippman on a cold day. Because you just wasted a lot of money.
This is a paint is a thoroughbred; it is made for better guns, and concept (not wooded) fields. And if is out of it’s element, it can be problem.
But that aside, it is a remarkable paint. If you get the chance to try some, I don’t believe you will be disappointed.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
felipe chavez Sunday, November 9th, 2003 | 10:01 pm PST
Dude you say you have been playing as long as what ever. I say to you buddy My set up is an orracle with the freak system and the hellfire paint beats up my rp's with a 682 sleeve size. Im talking about not having to arc my balls to hat the target. give it a try. Or buy the kaner back 884 it works too and see the differnece.
   

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