If you’ve got a speedfeed, feedgate or quickfeed on your Dye Rotor, chances are, you’ve had to deal with the possibility of rain, dirt, dust or mud getting into your loader. Not so now! Simply mod your lid and you’ll have a slick, easily removable rain lid that doesn’t interfere with your existing speedfeed! It’s very quick to pop on and off in the event of rain or inclement weather!
Check out this Dye Rotor Loader:
This particular Dye Rotor is in a class of its own. It is
Reposted from IshmaelPB.com
To start this tirade, let me explain what caused good ol’ Ishmael to get so worked up about something other than football.
I am sure that those of you with YouTube/Google+ accounts follow Social Paintball and the videos that they shoot to promote the sport. I myself am a fan of Social’s work and enjoy reading the news articles on their homepage pertaining to our pastime, as well as enjoying the coverage that they provide for many of paintball’s
It was a short week at Hustle Paintball, so we decided to video all of us wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving (which we hope yours was awesome!).
Some things that we are thankful for here at Hustle Paintball:
YOU GUYS- Our customers! Without you guys, we wouldn’t have a job, so you are what we are most thankful for. Thank you for supporting us, and sending us so much love. You guys are great!People who made Old EnglishHaving the opportunity to work here at Hustle Paintball,
This how-to video shows how to uninstall or remove your Response Trigger Kit from your Tippmann paintball gun – whether it’s a Project Salvo, Tippmann 98, A5, or X7 – we walk you through the process and give you some helpful tips along the way.
The Tippmann Project Salvo AR-15 Paintball Gun
Tippmann has once again produced a paintball gun meant for
This isn’t the end-all, be-all video all about underboring and overboring and precise matching, but if you want to know how to bore, or match, your paintballs to your barrel kit, insert kit, or sizer kit, this will show you how to properly do that!
Remember to keep in mind that temperature causes your paintballs to vary in size. If it is warm out, your paint will expand – if it is cold out, of course your paint will be much smaller. In this video Russell shows you an introduction