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#1 User is offline   mapexgurl 

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Posted 31 March 2008 - 12:24 PM

PAINTBALLS UNDER REVIEW: Diablo Heat
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Environmental Conditions

Temperature: 55*F Humidity: 87%

Wind Speed: 13Mph

Weather Conditions: cloudy rained earlier

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Paint Information

Date of Purchase: 03/29/08

Brand: Diablo

Paintball Size: +/- .684 very small (using Empire ball sizer)

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Marker Setup Information

Velocity: 285 FPS

Make: Air Gun Designs Model: Tac One

Air Source: No2 Crossfire


Barrel: PPS Brass .685

These were green shell/ yellow fill. Visibly there were no dimples and the seams were reasonable. The shells were a little hard, but not extremely hard. They cost about $35 a case at my local paintball shop. Fill was a little watery. When I fired them they would curve every which way once it reached my target. These are ok if you just want to shoot in your back yard, but I wouldn't recommend them for play. The accuracy just wasn't there and I had a fairly good bore match. It could have been a little tighter but the curve was just too much for me.
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Posted 31 March 2008 - 12:50 PM

Yeah, last time I used that type of paintballs I would snap shoot and the paintball would do a little spirl and hit the ground. Maybe it was old or something though.
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Posted 03 April 2008 - 01:18 PM

I have used it before with no problems. It wasn't the best paint, but it wasn't bad. I was using a PMR, SL68 II, an Invert Mini and a couple other markers. The fill isn't very bright though.
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