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.
This stuff is great, very hard to chop and suprisingly accurate. Used about 200 marbs, broke 2. used 1000 midnight choped 0. I personaly blame the new "advantage" shell but these midnight are great.
not entirely round but didn't seem to effect accuracy to much
i was using my Defiant and even though you'd think marbs would be better they wern't. buy this stuff if you have want some cheap decent paint. i and i really didn't have too much problems with breaks. i at least got 14 guys that day so they worked well.
This paint is like the only kind i trust in tournaments,it is accurate,it pops on target most of the time,it is like the best paint for my cocker,its is my teams favorite paint,anyone who used it and gave it a low score must be using it with a sucky gun or they just like to complain about something.
the only bad thing is that it may bounce onse or twice thats it.
It is one of the best kinds of paint,trust me about this paint i have done many many tournamets and have done very well in all of them with this paint,so trust me with this paint
My field had these for the first time so i tried them. Cheap and have yet to have a break. Worked great in my 98 w bigshot. Some people may have gotten some bad batches because these were accurate no curving. Comparable to blaze of pmi premium.
Bounces somtimes. Big seam.
This paint is a good value and I would use it again. I would recommend this to people who can't afford more expensive paint.
There isn't really any thing good to say about this paint.
I bought a case and when it came all four 500rd bags had brocken balls. It may have just been the shiping but I don't think it was personally. When I inspected the balls I found then to be warped and soft. I ran them though my cocker and they performed ok. I had a boomstick on my cocker and the balls droped right though it, probably the low quality of the balls. The paint isn't very good.
I am not bad mouthing Diablo or any thing but I just don't like midnight. If you are going to by diablo paint make sure to get blaze, inferno, or hellfire (if you have the money for it).
3 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:15 am PST
Very Straight! This is what my team uses when we practice, it compares to our tournament paint (although not quite as good) It can get through brush and grass a little better than most paints but its not a brush-hog, it still breaks on leaves and sticks. The dark color i dont like as a practice paint because you can't see it, but if you were going to play rec with it it would be okay. It fits most barrels very well. Tear Drop, All American, Boomstick, Ram Rod. (hey, dont give me grief about the Ram Rod its a nice barrel)
The black color is a blessing and a burden, sometimes its good, sometimes its bad. The green color is hard to see on camo. My teammates found some pink that works very well though. I'll have to order some. It doesn't ALWAYS break, but thats more fun in practice anyway. When i say it doesn't break I mean you won't kill one out five or six times, so really thats not too bad.
Great practice paint, affordable, but still retains great quality. I can see how this would be an excellent rec paint. All in all I'd say but it unless you are going to play in a tournament with it.