The most dependable Rec-paint anywhere, Midnight is economical, without the "mystery batches" that plague the other low-priced brands. Fills wash out, and Midnight runs clean through every kind of marker. Now available in colored shells: Moonshine Yellow, Crimson Red, Aurora Orange, and more.
The DraXxuS Midnight Paintballs are older, so they are not commonly available anymore.
This paint must be very inconsistent box-to-box, or maybe I just got unlucky and was shipped a bad one. They were advertised as "Medium Bore" at pbgear but they roll right through every barrel I've tried. Last game I hit four people, but they only broke on one (mask hit), and I was shooting 300 fps. I also broke one in the barrel.
I'll never buy this paint again. I might have got a bad box, but it's not worth $40 to see if I'm luckier next time.
nothing it was orange. it did go through my barrel that about it. doesnt freeze
broke 1 out of 40 curved badly.
this was some of the worst paint i have used it curved badly and broke often. not as bad as brass eagle. thats y im not giving it a 1. good news it didnt freeze in the freezer and still curved. i cant even get rid of the last 500 after everyone saw how bad i did with it. i had to borrow a friends pmi's from shopco.
not worth the money unless if for a friends birthday or somthing. expensive joke on someone. u could throw it if u got a good arm
I've only bought zap for the moment and i don't think it's similar so...
The regular Fokus, the second version. (can't seem to find informations on the net, not even on the mokal web page...)
I've put a retractable homemade stock on the CO2 bottle and it do the job...
the one you like I guess...
cheap... that's about it
small, to small, less than 0.68 for sure
did I mentionned small??
I don't know if a got a bad batch but my paintballs where smaller than the ones i've used before. I noticed it right when I opened the box. I tested like 20 balls with my barrel and only 1 or 2 where ok. the guy at the proshop told me that your supposed to put a ball in at the beginning of your barrel and that it's supposed to be no space between the ball and the barrel. with my barrel, I had like 1- 1,5 mm of space between, the balls where just rolling out of the barrel by themselves. the result was pretty bad... my paint balls where going everywhere.. you could not believe the curves i've seen with this balls...
man, I even had better results with zap paintball. no jokes...
I don't know if the problem is with my barrels or with those balls but I really don't recommend those to anyone...
3 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, July 9th, 2003 at 3:36 pm PST