The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
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evil, impact, heat, recons
14 in J&J ceramic
well i can't really say ive only used it in tippmann stock and J&J seams to work great in both
Acurate Visable Good For Woodsball
Ive used it a couple of times for rec play. It was only 20$ at dicks when i bought it. Not bad paint. seams to shoot straight. no barrel breaks. Always breaks on target. wouldnt use it in torniment play though. if your a rec palyer like me this is the paint for you. I would deffinatly recommend it if you cant get ahold of heats or some better paint
I bought these at dicks for 5 dollars i had a coupon. held up well over 6 months before i had a chance to use them. shot well through the flatline barrel. id use them again for my backyard because my field only allows their paint. They are pretty hard to find though cause believe me I've looked for the
Killa Magnetic Detents
Redz 6 Piece Barrel Kit
Bloodlines Industries Back Cap
SL Barrel kit
Anything small bore
Great shell texture
I got this paint from Dick's Sporting Goods for only $35 a box and i thought i'd give it a whirl. I ran this through my blender of a hopper to see how brittle is it. This paint didn;t break at all. i did however break a ball by dropping it from shoulder height. I have read through the reviews and it says this is mid bore so i tried it out. This thing rolled through my .685 bore barrel on my SL Barrel kit. I tested every ball and they are very consistent. Fill is somewhat weak though. Not water thin but not evil thick. It broke and the shell cracked open a tiny bit. Not really sure who makes it, Archon or Zap. the bags the paint came in said zap but the classification up there says its archon.
Great paint for price. Small bore, well for mine anyway. Good accurate and available at most places.
spyder pilot acs
45ci 3000psi nitoduck N2 tank
32 degrees quietriot barrel (14 inch)
The guy at our local shop said that this is the stuff he personally uses and so I decided to give it a try. When i used this, i was totally amazed! this paint shot great, perfectlly straight and with its bright yellow fill, it's very difficult to wipe. And the shell is so tough, you cant even dimple this stuff by squeezing your hardest.
Buy this paint, you'll love it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 25th, 2007 at 5:16 pm PST
Proto Darts- Thinner shell and thicker fill. Flew straighter overall, possibly because of density?
Hellfire - Thicker fill. I haven't used Hellfire in the same situation (i.e. cold) so I can't say how it performs. In good weather though, Voodoo is just as good. Voodoo tends to run a bit larger than hellfire though.
Currently - Ego 6 with Cure bolt.
Anything with a bore size larger than .691.
Great shell, small seams, very consistant paintballs.
The fill is fairly thin, nor is it very vibrantly colored.
My original review was based on using Voodoo at a rainy, cold tournament. I'd originally rated it at an 8, but having used Voodoo again in a fairer weather tournament I've decided to revamp this review.
The shell on Voodoo is great. We were clipping flaps in clothing and the balls were breaking. The only downside is the color wasn't very vibrant, nor was the fill too thick, so there was one team that more or less cheated their way into the finals. Had we been using thicker fills, I have no doubt that they'd have gotten at least two fewer wins.
The grade below it at the tournament was Proball, and the Proball had a thicker fill, but I saw a lot more barrel breaks with the Proball.
With the Voodoo, all day, one break from when my loader pushed a ball past my detents.
If you're using it in the cold, keep the paint warm in a cooler with hand warmers. Otherwise, shoot Voodoo with certainty that you'll be shooting a consistant, good paint.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 1st, 2007 at 4:38 pm PST