With exceptional marking and trajectory, it is the paint of choice for those seeking the exra edge. Slightly heavier weight equals longer range and better accuracy than other "performance" Paintballs. Distinctive new packaging.
The Diablo Inferno Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
i have used pmi paintballs ,brass eagle,viewloader,marbillizer,sheridan, proball,powerball,and all diablos
worr games autococker,20 oz CO2,12 volt revolution vl hopper,dye 18" boomstick
boomsticks and all dye barrels work great
they are very accurate,i have only had 10 or 12 break in my whole time using the auto cocker. The auto cocker is a very fast shooting gun. I like how quiet the gun shoots very quiet with these paintballs for some reason.
there a little on the expensive side of paintballs
i love these paintballs and i will keep buying the diablo infernos and i hope you come out with some new ones.
Brass Eagle Top Brass, Zap Sport Series. They both totally sucked @$$ compared to the Inferno. The Brass Eagle were like .695 and they were continually breaking (what else do you expect from Brass Eagle). The Zap Sport Series were even worse (if you can believe it). The damn things were not even remotely close to round so they continually curved all over the damn place.
I've recently purchased a 2002 cocker with a 48 cu in. 3000psi Pure Energy tank, and a bottom line setup. But it hasn't arrived yet, so I'm still using my piece of fecal StingrayII with no upgrades.
Anything that has a small-medium bore size. Approximately .689 or so.
These paintballs are great for a number of reasons:
-they break nearly 99%% of the time.
-the fill is quite hard to wipe off so you don't get cheated
-the shells are reasonably thick so they don't chop easily
-the fill is a very vibrant colour which makes it easy to see when you get a hit
-they have very good shelf-life (I've had a case in my room for like 2 1/2 months and they still work fine.
Nothing that I can think of.
This is great paint. If you are looking for some good paint that cosistently breaks on target, flies straight, and is difficult to wipe, at a good price buy this paint. You wont be sorry. It can be used in rec ball or even tourneys. Overall it is a great paint.
Spyder TL Plus with Armson Stealth Barrel (and the stock barrel) 20 Oz CO2
I have used my stocker with the Inferno's.
Decent accuracy, flight characteristics. Out of my first bag of 500, I didnt have a single ball break! This is almost un-heard of with most paint.
upon shipment, there were anywhere from 10-60 broken balls per bag (500). Probably the fault of the supplier rather than the ball. Some balls do not break on impact.....From the first 500 I used, I had about 10-15%% that did not break on imact . Other than that it is a decent ball.
I would recommend this over the brass eagle or the Anarchy. I dont feel they are superior to the Marbilizers however.
A little of everything. Kickin rec ball, Zap, brass eagle(one time and one time only)
Spyder Sonic, Custom products 14 inch .689, regulator
Autococker owners check your stock barrel!!! Small bore
They flight strait. I have not had any breaks due to the ball. Relatively cheap in my area. Im getting them because of a cancelled tornement for $30 a case. At that price im really throwing some paint. They are getting a little old and still are a great paint. I have too large of a barrel and they are still shooting straight. go figure.
Small Bore. Hard to find a good barrel match. A player i play with tried finding a match using his Freak Kit. The smallest sleeve was a hair too large. Finally he tried his stock Autococker barrel and it was much better. You have to make sure its not going to roll out the end if you dont have a good detent. I watch a stream roll out of a autococker with an aftermarket barrel just before game start. Keep that barrel up. I cant say i havent had some break in the barrel but in my case it has always been the barrel loose. Since i am shooting a .689 barrel I cant give a good opinion of how it would preform with a tight fit.
If you can get it cheap its a great paint. It would be well worth finding a small bore barrel. Check your stock barrel first. Its a great rec ball.
Infernos are actually pretty darn good paintballs, They fly pretty straight and the pink fills are thick and difficult to wipe. The paint performed well with my DYE SS barrel.
Pretty expensive & small requires a smaller bore barrel although they performed fairly above average with the DYE.
My overall conclusion to the infernos is that they are good paintballs to use from time to time but expensive unless you really don't care about price tag I would say buy them. they do live up to their description.
Great paint, not too ridiculosly expensive for those of us without bottomless pockets(ugh the pros that get it for free...) Shoots straight, good range
thicker fill is harder to wipe cool colors
HIGHLY visible fill(neon yellow, hot pink, ect.)
I refuse to use anything less in my Super-Spyder (hehe I just thought that name up) the price is great for the quality of each ball, its like each one was hand made, hey thad be pretty cool....lol but this is a great paint, not like anything else you could get for the price of this. It works great in 12 volt revvys
very nice paint. If you are using a gun like a tippman, spyder, anything like thatm i suggest these. they are pretty cheap, and they have a good, bright yellow fill. best thing i think is they are cheap! i mean i can get em for about 30 for 1000. (cheap where i live) yo my AIM is ArfenTheOwna, feel free to hit me up if ya wanna yap about paintball
nothing really, rarely have breaks. only paint i use in my spyder
I use a smart parts progressive barrel on my spyder, and they just fly right thru it. The paint is very accurate for a cheapER paint. for about 55-60 bucks a case, i'd say its the best paint around for you not-so-tourny players with not-so-tourny guns like spyders, tippmans yadda yadda yadda.
I use to use BigBall but now i have switched and seen the "dark-side" of the better paint, lol. i would reccomend this highly to Kingman owners, Tippmans, and anything like that