Fuego paintballs are the latest paintballs to hit the market.
Manufactured by Hovid in a state of the art plant in the North West of Ireland. Fuego paintballs are completely round, travel as straight as an arrow and break on impact.
Fuego paintballs are produced to the highest quality standards in a pharmaceutical environment. We monitor feedback from our customers to provide a paintball that you will want to fire again and again...
The Fuego Standard Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
I tried these when they came out a few months ago and was very satisfied with them. I continue to use them as my rec/practice paint. They've never failed me. Shoot and mark well. Very low price of $35/case. What else can you ask? for
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Buy this paint. It's really great. Unless you can afford top dollar paint everytime, consider trying Fuego.
98 custom, 14" Classic CP barrel, 14" LongBow barrel, CO2 and Remote line
Green are to brittle, Fill is thin, most balls had more air than paint.
We tried the pink and green balls today. 2 cases of each were fired by 4 people. The results were the same on all guns.
The green ones were worthless. They broke as you filled hopper or pods. The ones that didn't break during loading would break as they were fired. After trying these balls using both barrels listed above, we gave up. One other player had a low pressure setup and we asked him to shoot a hopper full during a game. Even the LP marker shattered these balls. We tried dropping the balls from as low as 4 feet off the ground and they would break each time. Since we used 2 cases of green, I don't believe this was a fluke.
The pink ones were much different. They flew straight and only broke on what we shot at. They were not as brittle as the green.
Avoid the green balls at all costs. The pink balls are an "OK" ball for the price.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, November 6th, 2004 at 6:12 pm PST
Fuegos are probably the highest quality paintballs you can buy for 35 bucks. They are consistently round and have a small seam. They fly very straight and always break on target because they are very brittle. If you get yellow the fill is SUPER bright. Hi Lighter style. The only problem is that the fill is a little liquidy, but the premiums correct that. Sometimes the shell can be too brittle and break just from shooting out of the marker. I have gotten 3 cases of fuegos so far and I had this problem with 1 case. If I started to shoot fast then the balls would start breaking all inside the barrel. The paint is probably 687-688 bore and I use a 689 Matchstik so it was definitley the paint just being too brittle. Since the paint is fairly small I just left the bags open for 10 minutes in the cool air and they toughened up a little. They did swell a tiny bit, but since they are small It didn't cause a problem. After that they worked great and still broke target 95% of the time.
If you don't want to pay 40+ a case for paint, but you still want quality balls then Fuegos are the best option. Sometimes you might get a very brittle batch like I did, but if you leave them out a little it will be a quick fix. Overall great paint
This stuff is garbage,do not buy it.Its cheap but it does nothing but chop in the barrel.also this stuff is super oily,I bought the higher grade version of these as well.Kinda same thing.If ya need cheap paint grab some gap.save your money dont buy this garbage
They suck,if you need cheap paint buy rps stingers or better yet just drop the extra 5 bucks and get a higher qaulity of pant