Does your paint have Grand Canyon sized seams, oily shells, football shaped shells? Accept our sympathy. Unfortunately for the competition, we have our shit together and know how to make a ball. We know when your paint bag looks like the exxon valdez wrecked inside, you're in trouble. We also don't think it is a good thing when there are flat spots that look like your mentally challenged cousin who was dropped by his mom. All in all, it just comes down to doing it right the first time, every time.
For those out of the loop, ask Aftershock, the kings of world cup and arguably the most prolific paintball team ever just how good 'evil' paint was and is now. Ask a quite a few pro teams who sneak Evil paint in their loaders when games really matter. We can't publish the guilty but just think kids, some teams get paid to shoot certain paint and it sucks bad enough that those who want to win, even when they have to chose between paying or free, bottom line is, they choose EVIL. Now you too can shoot the best.
Ask KAPP factory. They just lost an event because while they were able to shoot every EFT player on the field, they bounced the last player several times. As that player, Brian Hansas, then proceeded to shoot his way from a 3 on 1 to a 1 on 1, then not only shoot the loader of the last KAPP player but then bunker him for good measure. Brian played outstanding, and HIS paint was up for the challenge and the Victory. And Winning is what EVIL is all about.
The Evil Ultra Paintballs are newer, so they should be commonly available.
RP Scheerer premium, Marbilizer, premium gold, First Choice, Draxxus Blaze, Midnight and Hellfire, Zap, 32 Degrees Team Color.
'02 Blackmagic - (everything black)
Dye trigger frame & sticky grips
14 inch Freak barrel (All American front)
Palmers Pursuit Shop Rock & Stabilizer regulators
Viewloader Evolution 2 (black)
CP on/off valve
Crossfire 68/3000 tank
Freak or Dye Boomstick / Ultralight
smooth shell, hardly any seam
Besides the high price of this paint compared to others, this paint rocks. It's a lot better than anything else I ever shot before. I've use to be a die hard user of Marbilizer until I started trying this out. I like the evil logo on the paintballs, gives them an attitude that can't be copied like the Marbilizer shells were after a while. Though color selection is limited to Orange and Yellow for normal fill, or the white thick fill. A better color selection would be nice. I would like to see green and a light blue added to normal fill and a bright neon pink added to with the thick fill.
This paint shoots great! Everything is on target and flies straight. The low profile seam and lack of dimples in every case I've shot is also a plus. I've shot Draxxus Hellfire and was not impressed with the quality of the paint like I am with the evil. I even left a case of Evil sit for 5 months and shoot it later and it was still shooting straight and breaking on target.
Besides the price, I recommend this paint highly. The price online ($55 a case + shipping) compared to buying at the field ($73 a case + tax) is a huge difference. But when it comes to BYOP tournaments, this stuff is what I take.