Where many player reviews are digested into one
DraXxus Hellfire Paintballs Review
Ever since Hellfire was unleashed back in 1998, it has delivered more teams
into the winnings than any other paint in the world. The Hellfire has intense
unwipeable fills and super brittle shells. Comes in 2000 round case.
Pro Tournament Grade. For low pressure electronic guns.
Summary: The Hellfire is one of the best quality tournament grade paintballs available. It breaks on people at far distances, not in your gun, and doesn't bounce. The thick fill is impossible to wipe. No dimples, round and accurate, bright, no mistaking a hit. For low pressure guns only.
The following points have been compiled from various DraXxus paintball reviews. When you read a paintball's reviews, patterns can be seen.
From 8 of 8 reviews; while not a lot of reviews, there was no controversy:
• This DraXxus paint has a great shell and breaks on people even at far distances, but not in your gun.
• The Hellfire had a thick fill, even thicker than RPS Marballizers, impossible to wipe by cheaters.
• This DraXxus paint has a minimum seam, no dimples, and is round and accurate.
• The Hellfire is very bright, there is no mistaking a hit. One player reported he could see a hit from half way across the field.
• This DraXxus paintball breaks on anything and does not bounce.
• Not Cheap!: $100/2000.
• The Hellfire only works on low pressure guns; a high pressure gun will break the shell.
• This is a small bore paint which makes it fly farther and straighter, but it also is harder to match perfectly with single bore barrels. If you are going to use this expensive paint, consider investing in a barrel kit.
• The Diablo Hellfire is the same as the DraXxus Hellfire; someone owns someone.
• These DraXxus paintballs are Tippmann Flatline friendly.
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