Ever since HellFire was unleashed back in 1998, it has delivered more Teams into the winnings than any other paint in the world. When prize money is on the line, top Pro-level Teams choose HellFire for it's intense un-wipeable fills and super brittle shells.
The DraXxuS Hellfire Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
J&J ceramic was too large a bore size, the ti boomstick worked just dandy
Shell was too thick
I shot a case of this at the MIchigan Monster Game (though it was disguised as Exotic Sports "Fireball") and they worked great. At the start of one game a malfunction in my gun caused me to chop every other ball, but as soon as I had screwed the reg screw in a 1/8 of an inch (darn sensitive autocockers) I experienced no breaks. Unfortunately there were more occasions than i could count where I was hit with one of these and they didn't break. I think I may have had more "no breaks" than legitamate hits. Anywho, they flew straight and true, but wouldn't break at farther than 50 yards.
Evil, Midevil, Inferno, Marbelizers, 32 team colors and several other lower quality paintballs
05 Shocker w/ H.E. bolt
68/45 Pure Energy
Quality barrels bore size .689
Great flight pattern
Smooth brittle shell
Bright orange no wipe fill
none that I've seen/ but Draxxus recommends for low pressure markers
My friends have shot this for a long time now. You could always see their eliminations walking off the field due to the bright orange no wipe fill. Now I know why they shoot nothing but Hellfire.
I usually shoot Evil or Midevil figuring that when you shoot quality paint they are bound to be all close to the same. Well I have been wrong. Hate to say that, but It's true. I shot Hellfire this weekend and right away I noticed a difference. The true flight of this paint enables you to shoot less paint and get more kills. Now when I see 2 inches of a harness sticking out from a bunker 60+ feet down the field I know this guy is an elimination. I think the flight is due to a thicker fill and the ball being completely filled. It shoots better in the wind due to the heavy fill.
After I shot through my cases of Hellfire I used Inferno. No comparison. Hellfire far exceeded Inferno. Next time I will spend the extra $5.
I've shot many types of paint through my marker and by far Hellfire is the best. Go out and buy your favorite paint. Then just one time spend the extra money on Hellfire and you will see what I'm talking about.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 27th, 2005 at 10:48 am PST
only marballizers can come kind of close, but they're not even close
03 vision shocker, ss freak /w all american front, twister feedneck
Just match it up in your barrel kit
Breaks on anything
Fill = impossible to wipe
Fill is actually so bright is stains clothes
Draxxus has never made bad paint. Hellfire is just another example of how good their products really are. Hellfire is very thin-shelled paint that will break on anything, such as squeegees in pockets, loose jerseys, and masks from like a 1 degree angle. This paint will never bounce off anything. IT EVEN BREAKS ON FAT PEOPLE!!!!! I used to hate it when i'd go to bunker some "big-boned" person and i'd pound about 15 balls into their stomach and the fat just absorbed all the impact and none of the shots would break. Now, my friend brings a couple of cases of hellfire to every team practice ( i don't know how the sponsors afford it at like $80 a case). Its only major drawback aside from the price and the fact that people will whine to you when its fill stains their clothes is that you need a SUPER LOW PRESSURE gun to shoot it otherwise your high pressure gun will break its shell.
Best paint on the market. Buy it if you can afford it. Otherwise, beg your sponsor to buy it for you : )