Midnight Paintballs are designed for the cost-conscious recreational player. The "Midnight" Jet-Black shell is formulated to accommodate high pressure guns (300 PSI +) with a fill that is comparable to Blaze paintballs.
The Diablo Midnight Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
I went to Wisconsin for a scenario game and forgot my damn team colors , so i was stuck buying a field case of midnights. They worked fine for about 20 shots then i broke 1. and after that i broke every 2 shots , i had to completely strip my gun and clean it it was so paint filled. I had to end up buying some premiums from a guy at the field and throwing about 1k rounds away. It almost ruined my day , i will never buy diablo paint again , period.
I heard they have a thin shell so it breaks on contact, thats BS. I use bigball at low low fps and it breaks fine, all diablo thin shell does is screw your gun.
you might not believe this, but this is just about the best paint i have ever used. it breaks on target, flies accurate, and it's cheap. i like them better than marbs. my store gets fresh batches, so there are no dimples. everyone in my town shoots this stuff.
awesome paint for the money. don't let the overall rating fool you. If you get a nw batch of this stuff, you will be hooked.
Excellent paintballs break easy but not in your gun give it a 10 love em and the box kinda looks cool pertty cheap were i come from and ill try to use them for a while.
This isnt really bad just my mistake. one day i had a full hopper of these and was on my deck the hopper lid wasnt shut all the way it spilled they all broke had to house my deck and the paint stayed on very good i was new then and was to worried about trying to get it off to realise god this is good paint tryed it in my cheap stingeray not one broke and they shoot accuret for i while i thought my gun was the best lol then i switch and it hit me this gun sucks.
Get them good price break good acuret if there was a 11 id pick that.
PMI Premium, RP Marbs, Bullseye, ProBalls, Zap, Blaze
2k Cocker, Chrome ANS Pneumatic, P&P Front Block, ERGO Reg, Dye Titanium Barrel, Nickel Lightning Bolt, Shocktech Chrome trigger frame, MadMan Springs, Shocktech Back Block, Shocktech SpyGlass, Kapp DZ II Cradle, Nitro Duck 68/3K
Small bore or .682 on your Freak System
Breaks on contact
Relatively Cheap per case
No ball breakage in barrel
Small bore, i mean really small sometimes. Very inconsistant ball size which can be a pain as far as consistant shot for shot.
I think the Midnights are probably made from the same run as the Blazes because of the inconsistant ball sizes. This is suppose to be a medium bore paint?? i couldn't even keep them in my AutoSpirit barrel. But the nill ball breakage was a plus.