Hows your paint?
Posted 14 December 2008 - 05:07 AM
I've also used DXS Frostbite with my pilot acs and 98 custom flatline. Not one break!
DXS has the most versatility in prices and quality. That's why they are my favorite!
- Ninja 90/4500 Tank
- 14" Freak Barrel
- CP Drop Forward
- Empire Reloader B2
- Empire Liquid Harness 4+5 Acid
- Dye Lock Lids
Posted 26 January 2009 - 01:27 PM
Blaze I absolutely love, it was such a good paint, it went through any marker and broke on target easily and was just a superb quality ball. I really wish that the walk-on sites would restock it (not many have it now because it's a relatively expensive paint and players won't pay anything more the £25 for box now! But I'd happily pay more money just to get this paint back on the shelves!) I like this paint so much that I usually compare other paints to Blaze, to me it's the perfect paint for everyday use.
Frostbite on the other hand is a paint that I want to see band at my local sites. The stuff we're getting here is drastrically hard! Today for instance I took some stuff that I had from a previous walk-on to my local shop and showed them how hard it was. We first did a standard 6 foot drop test and didn't have one break, so we decided to throw it into the air to the top of the warehouse's ceiling, which I might add was 30 feet away. Anyway, we threw ball after ball and bounced them off of the ceiling, which was corregated metal onto the concrete below and we had one break out of 30! We we're even throwing them as hard as we could against the side of their banged up van and all the one's we threw bounced off! It's a shockingly hard paint I've found and I'm never using it again, granted it's winter paint and it doesn't break in your barrel but then it doesn't seem to want to break on target either! For me it is truely shocking stuff! One day I may have to do a video just to prove it!
Posted 11 March 2009 - 11:20 AM
Posted 20 April 2009 - 05:19 PM