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.
A few balls where lop sided with a few dimples, but it didnt effect the shooting of them at all. Besides that nothing.
A very good paint for woods play. Compared to the other paint i listed these and 32 degrees competitions are the best. Pro-balls are good but they are not worth 60$ bucks a case. So if you want a good dependable paint, you will like this.
Kind of hard to say. Midnight varys .686-.689 from batch to batch. Any .689 sould work fine.
* Fills(same as Blaze)
* Less gun breaks than other paint at it's price
Tends to bounce more than Blaze but it's designed for higher pressure markers.
For the price you can't go wrong. Though it does vary in bore size from batch to batch it still performs really well. Blaze only costs about $4 more but if you have a high pressure marker, Midnight will probably perform better.
I love them, I found a place that had free shipping and got 2000 for $45. Never mind the fact that they look cooler than hell, with an all black shell. I got some with pink fill and it looked like pepto bismol. Ou tof 2000, two broke.
Nothing, they looked a little warped when i got them but they flew straighter than anything.
Best for the money I am going to order as many as I can
- They have a thick fill when they break
- They have some killer art on the bags and box (but is that important?)
- Fly relatively straight, even in a stock barrel
- Bright shell (could be good or bad)
- I shot a guy at least 10 times (bunkered him, so like 2 - 3 feet away) only 1 broke!
- Pretty expensive for what they are (I got them for $120/case [Canadian])
Diablo spent all their time on the art on the boxes/bags and forgot to make a decent ball. Buy Bigball or Team Colors.
These are good inexpensive balls, that get the job done.
They develop a film on them when you dont use them for about a month, and the shell is a bit hard compared to others, so you might get a lot of bounced balls.
For the cost efficient player these are of good quality and perform well, although they are not intended for tourneys. They are better than a lot of other balls out there, and dont break your bank like Diablo Blaze or RP Scherer.