98 custom with adjustable stock and a one point harness with a rocket cock and a raised lapco sight. remote coil.
Apex, all american, any smart parts.
Shoots reletivly straight.
I bought these paintballs because i love evil but you know wen i saw the price i thought that they might be a bit flawed because for evil its pretty cheap. when i shot them they shoop fairly straight but i hit a guuy 3 times and none of them broke!
Meh, if you dont really care about breakkage you might think of these but if you want to break balls on targets go for something like draxxus or diablo.
Premium - Equal shell but MidEvil has an easier to see and thicker fill
2K4 Black/Blue fade Piranha EVO
Stock Piranha Barrels work effortlessly with these, great for stock barrels and .689 barrels. (i.e. razzor, AA, Progressive/teardrop)
-Bright shell, easy to see
-Thick fill, hard to wipe
-Consistent bore, no barrel breaks
-Splatters in a relatively small area unlike regular Evil, no big issue
I used an entire case of this paint this past summer and through three different barrels, all of which worked great. First of which was a stock 11 inch Piranha barrel. I had good accuracy and when I did break a ball which was very rare, it shot through it very nicely. Next I used a 14" razzor, same as stock barrel just slightly increased accuracy and distance. Then I used a 14" freak, same results as razzor.
Conclusion, works great in many barrels, and isn't effected by leaning or running. MidEvil is tourney paint at a recreation price
Evil - Just as good, better
Wild Streak - very brittle, actually its round, but it sucks
Blue Streak - same as wild
Marbalizer - awsomerer
Anarchy - better fill, better
PMI Premium - Dont like as much, same
WGP 04 Pro Stock
14" dye Ultralite
12volt revy with xboard
Price i got for and fill
Weakness id say is bad reviews from others
ok heres my spiel on midevil, yes that standard evil is alittle better than these but i got two cases for 75 dollars, thats probablly that best deal ive ever found for paint besides like wildstreak :-\ ... I shot these after reading some stupid 1 out of ten and 4 out of ten reviews, i was impressed, i had constant breaks on targets not in my gun and no problems with accuracy, i actually liked the yellow filling they had it stood out on the peoples shirts. never did i chop one inside my cocker it was some good stuff
Buy them if u get a good deal like mine id say it ranks with the better paint and for my price i am nowhere near complaining
Spyder E-99 Avant, 14in PMI Razzor Barrel, Egg 2, and 20oz co2
Strong, don't bounce, and never break in barrel
Chop, Curve, and hard shell
Well I bought 500 of these and tested them out. I shot a couple of people nad had no breaks. One time when I was playing my friend I had a bad chop that got caught in my cocker and was stuck. So I had to do a lot to get it out. I would recommend these but make sure you don't chop.
I would buy these. These are great even though I had chopped
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 30th, 2005 at 5:52 pm PST
Rps marbs, all stars, big balls, polar ice, and stingers
evil detonator reg
-Dont break in barrel
-accurate w/ right barrel
-Made by evil
-Small bore (good for me i have a teardrop)
When i first got these paintballs i paid 47 dollars for a case at a local store. I thought they would be good since they have the evil name on them. So i took them out and shot em, they where very accurate in my barrel and out of 4000 balls i didnt break one. The fill is suprisingly bright and can not be whipped very easily. Some people complain that they arnt breaking on people but i dont think that is true cause i have shot many people at many different distances and they all broke. They broke better than marbs whitch i have had bounce plenty of times.
These are good paintballs, made by evil, have good fill, and do break on things. They are a bit expensive but i found them on sale so i am giving them a 9.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 21st, 2005 at 4:52 pm PST
Dragun Bonez Lcd
Pmi Coild remote
C02 (nitro on the way, hopefully, lol too expensive)
and many mods too cme,
Maby new trigger but i don't know
Evil Driver barrel, sweet
Evil Driver / or pipe kit
Shape is round every time
this paint is awesome, i went to a local shop picked em up and brought them home, at that time i had just ordered a new driver barrel, i didn't have it yet so i shot like 500 rounds with the stock dragun barrel. It was pretty accurate, more accurate than the marbs i had shot a few days before. Finnaly i got it man it was accurate, i loaded som more paint in it and it was preety accurate. The point i'm trying to make is if you have an evil barrel theses paintballs are for U.
Awesome if you have a evil barrel, havent tested it with other barrels tho, from what i used it deserves a 100/10
i give this paint a 99%
Round that up and it is a 10
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, February 7th, 2005 at 4:10 pm PST
Tippmann Pro Carbine with 14'' J&J Ceramic Barrel and modified trigger.
-Fairly thin fill
These paintballs are medium-large bore paintballs (.689-.690 diameter) They fit my J&J Ceramic better than any other balls I've used in the past. They are similar in quality to PMI Premiums and have a very consistent size.
During this weekend I played with 50+ other guys and one of the things we did was test our guns on this little range. The owner of the range hung a little coke bottle from a limb about 15 yards away and had us shoot at it. I hit it more consistently than anyone one else. I was able to hit the bottle 3 out of 3 times from an offhand position. There was another taget, about 12'' X 12''. It was about 25 yards away. I could land 10 paintballs inside the target easily. During gameplay, I got plenty of kills and was very impressed with the paint. All I can say is that it works for me, and it is one of my favorite paints.
The only real weakness is a thin fill. I once shot a little kid four or five times at about thirty yards and watched as he wiped it off. After the game, I saw the yellowish stains on his chest where I hit him. So, yes, the fill is thin and easy to wipe. But the kid was a 10-12 year old newbie. A player who's any good doesn't have to wipe.
This high quality paint, especailly for those of you who have barrel with medium-large bores. I highly reccomed it for owners of J&J Ceramic barrels.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, February 6th, 2005 at 9:37 am PST
Halo B w/ rip drive
48/4500 carbon fiber tank
doesn't make that much of a difference
not as expensive as Evil paintballs
Nothing really, maybe price if your playing recball
I liked the MidEvil paintballs alot because they just seemed to be more accurate coming out of my gun than the other paint I was shooting over the summer. ex. Stingers, menace, premiums I mean in my experience it is basically the same as the Evil paintball except without the cool Evil logo on the ball itself and its about 15$ a case cheaper. This paint never barrel broke on me and seemed to go where i wanted it to go rather than kinda waiver off a straight course like some other paint.
All in All if your looking for good paint and don't wanna spend a fortune MidEvil is some good stuff, but i wouldn't use it in recball or practice prolly in mock tourneys or somethin' a bit more competitive
PMI Premium- Mids had better fill, but worse shell
Evil's- Much, much better
Dragun "The One", Psychoballistics Bullet On/Off, Bob Long Torpedo Reg, Black Macro, 47/3000 tank, stock barrel, Black Evo II Hopper
These balls seem nice at first, but they are by far some of the worst I've ever used. The shell's are absolutly horrible. They bounce right off the person your shooting at unless they are very, very close. The price you pay for these doesn't make up for that, they cost way to much. Stick with Premiums, or if you like the Evil line, get the other evil balls.
Ok for a guy who can unload inpossibly fast and gets close enough for these balls to be effective.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 24th, 2004 at 7:42 am PST
Great American Paintballs(Too Big for a boomstick)
Diablo Inferno ( decent )
Midevil ( too small for a boomstick, but will still shoot straight )
Diablo Formula 13 ( I really liked these )
RPS Advantage (Walmart)
RPS Premiums (only bought them because I needed white paint, they were alright)
ANS Gx-3 Polished Black
ANS Delrin bolt
ANS 68/4500 Nitro
Dye Boomstick 14"
1.99$ gravity feed hopper
A Boomstick is a bit too small. It will work however.
I recommend a small-medium sized barrell.
Very small seem
A bag was dimpled. Didnt effect it though.
I got this paint for 52 dollas a case and noticed that alot of the balls were dimpled. After letting them sit out of their box for abit they reformed into nice little spheres. The seem on this paint is very small and I was happy with their performance. I've been having a very hard time with my autococker evertime I go paintballing. I keep chopping balls like there is no tomorrow. Every game last time I went I chopped a ball.
I enjoyed Midevil because I didn't chop a single ball. These paintballs were fairly small for my boomstick and that is a plus when it comes to chopping balls. If you have a boomstick avoid GAP. They are too big and will break in your barrell. I went through 1000 rounds without a single ball break and I was so excited.
BTW: I wasn't chopping all that paint from previous trips with my GX-3. I just got that puppy and it is amazing. They gun I was chopping paint with was my 1999 STO Autococker. I changed the bolt and now its alot better.
Its a great paint for recball. If its midevil on one shelf and GAP or Stringer(RPS) on the other get the midevil definately. Overall I give this paint a 9/10. 10 would be the worlds best paintball.