Spyder Imagin 04, Razzor barrel, Dagger Trigger, clamp feedneck, CO2 gas :(,
Spyder MR-1, barrel grip, MP-5 front sight, home-modified grip, home-modified skeleton stock
loads of dimples
For all i know it could be my barrel, or my friend's barrels (there was like 4 barrels), and alot of them curved. idk how to say alot of it curved in 50 words. bujt my expierience with midevil wasnt so good, but when i switched back to regular evil paint it was perfect, i didnt like the bright/sparkley shells with the one i got, but thats a personal dislike so its not going to effect my rating.
Eh they were alright, like feild quality paint, but alot of balls curved. i have yet to figure out the caliber size of my barrel >=/,
5 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, February 18th, 2008 at 3:49 pm PST
nothing really similar, i usually go for cheap wal-mart paint.
-Evil Omen 2.0
- vl evlution 3
- draxxus 45/4500 tank
-j&j edge kit
any size, might want to use a larger bore though
-bright and thick fill
-made by evil
-Some dimples, (probably because they were sitting in the store for a while)
These are great paintballs wether for tournaments or practice. They are very accurate. Unlike balls I usually buy, these actually break when they hit people and don't have thin fills. Even though their shell is fairly thin I haven't had any breaks in my gun out of a case of em. Also if you are gonna buy these, and this goes for most paintballs, do not buy them from stores that don't specialize in paintball because they don't know how to handle them.
Buy them, why ten bucks less for paint that will only hit, if not break %5 of the time when you can get paint that wii hit and break %90 of the time
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, May 11th, 2007 at 5:48 pm PST
Trinity 7D Front Block
Halo TSA Backman Hopper
Bandit High Flow Valve
32* Spring Kit
LOTS of bounces
I got a case of these because they were a little cheaper than my usual evil ultras. They dont even seem like they are made by the same company. They are accurate but I still notice a differance between them and Ultras. I got lots of bounces. Actually all were bounces. I hit a lot of people and got no one out. The extra seven bucks a case for Ultras is more than worth it.
I didnt like them very much. Not horrible but like I said, they always bounce.
SP Ion with a Virtue board, superfly bolt, and a Linear Barrel.
Aruound .689 or .688
-Maybe 5 in 100 have weird dimples.
- They kind of smell funny
I use this paint amost everytime I play and they are just great. They are affordable, which is why I use them, and Ive only chopped 2 balls out of about 20,000. They have a bright fill, and a thin shell so they almost never bounce off a target. I also like the colors, the're just so I can see where I shoot but the person Im shooting at cant see the paint. Our paintball clinic uses theese also which I guess is the sign of a good paintball. Even still, some had dimples the size of the Grand Canyon.
Very good paint, if your on a budget and want to get good paint for the money.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, December 30th, 2006 at 4:29 pm PST
1) Great Fill
2) No smell
3) Not very "oily" in the bag
1) Big Seams
2) Bigger than most paintballs
I just used these a few days ago at a scenario game. While many people felt they were great, my Phantom thought they tasted like a$$. Unfortunately, the field I was playing at was FPO (field paint only) and offered no other paint to use instead. At the time I did not have my barrel kit so... the stock Phantom barrel with the largest detent ring kept chewing these up every 10 balls. I'd much rather use Marbs=cheaper and much better quality.
1) Big Seams - if they drop into your barrel at a certain angle (along the seam) they will jam up = soup. At other angles they roll real smooth.
2) Bigger than most paintballs - make sure you have a big enough barrel.
If you decide to use this paint MAKE SURE YOUR BARREL CAN HANDLE IT FIRST!!!
Well simple don't use these for an actual match. I'm going to make this short: They bounce. While nice paint they are expensive unless you hit someone on the nee cap or mask they won't break. But I have a raccoon problem so I use them as a humain way to get rid of them.
EDIT: they chop in my DM6 due to the fact that there a few that arent even at all round.
Don't use this if you expect to play and win a match. It's to expnesive to use for fun, but it can be a humain way to get rid of raccoon/apposims
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, November 20th, 2006 at 1:05 pm PST
Almost all of the popular paintballs (marballizer, zap dbx, pmi premium, afterburners, etc.)
PMI Pure Energy 48/3000 N2 Tank
J&J Ceramic Barrel
Very brittle shell
i got 500 rounds of these at my local paintball field, and i was very impressed at their medium cost, yet the performed very well, the paint always broke on target, not in your barrel, it went straight, only a few curves, but those were mostly because of my crappy barrel. And the fill was very thick and virtually unwipable, i got one on me and it wouldn't even come off if i squirted it with water.
You get alot of bang for your buck, get these if you don't want to go spending $70 on the best paintballs there are
ION , NDZ fire body, CP barrel, QEV, CCM no-rise feedneck
Shell, color, mostly fill.
Shell can be a little thick.
This paint is top of the line. I would shoot this all the time if i had the moola. The shell can be a little thicker but i like that. the color lets you shoot using your site. I shot a guy with this stuff and it was a picture perfect break. the fill was so thick it looked like the pictures you only see in magazines. All that paint flying up and around the person. EVIL has a good product here.
Great pain, if had to choose a type of paint, i would choose these over everything else.
Black Ops Premium, Marbs, PMI Premium, All Stars, various others.
Bone stock 98c, and MT-66 CQB
Shell color (silver)
Shell seams, the fill is a little thin, chop easy, dimples
I shot 2 cases of these this past weekend. They were very fresh, I helped unload the delivery the day prior. The first thing I noticed was the seam in the shell when I opened the box. There were quite a few dimpled balls, but I admit it was only in the 60's. I think I had about 30 barrel breaks in 2 cases. I didn't care for that. The shell color was silver that was nice, but doesn't affect the performance.
I wouldn't buy it personally, unless like this weekend it was the tourney paint. I prefer the shell on Black Ops Premium 200% better. If I found this stuff for the right price I might get it, if Black Ops wasn't available.
reds clamping feed neck
bullet drop with on off
72ci 3000psi tank
The ones that actually work
I got this paint for a gift. it worked good for the first 2 bags. it went where i wanted it to go. than when i took about 2 weeks off playen, i don't know what happened. i rotated the paint about once every 2 days. i kept it in the bag and sealed. it stayed out of the sunlight and heat. then when i went out to play again, no mater what barrel and insert i used, it wouldn't shoot where i wanted it to go. i ended up chopping a few of em. so it may have been a bad shelf life or just had some paint problems. the fill itself is nice and bright, but for the price, i think it was poo. i get better performance out of blue streak. im not comparing it to my first game just the second when the crap flew, literally.
I think its good only if ur gona use em up that game. also check with the person selling it, if u can, and see how old it is.