Everything you need to know about Tippmann’s newest magfed marker, the TCR.
Magfed play is on the rise here in North America. Opting to play with a magazine of two dozen balls rather than a hopper filled with a few hundred, magfed play challenges players to make every shot count. Perfect for the player that prefers their paintball slow yet strategic rather than fast and frenzied, quality magfed play
The eagerly anticipated Milsig M17 didn’t merely meet my expectations, it shattered them. I’ve been waiting for something like this from Milsig, it is about time to retire my K-series from 2007. The minute you see this marker, you will NEED to have it in your arsenal. *It looks that good. Save yourself some time—stop reading this review and pre-order it right now, it is seriously that good.
We got our hands on the whole line-up of new M17 markers at the Paintball Extravaganza just a few days
T’was over two years ago that Angel Paintball Sports closed its doors forever. To say this was a sad day is a vast understatement. I mourned, as did most other players. Famous for their line of Angel paintball guns and the Angel Eye masks, Angel Paintball Sports was certainly responsible for bringing electronic paintball guns to the forefront. It was terrible timing too, as the company was on its way to
On this counter, Erik goes over Proto’s new PMR, the Maxxed! He also thoroughly compares Planet gearbags and Dye gearbags – what’s best for you?
We also quickly show off Pooty’s new barrel system. Check the link below!
Russell also hops in and talks about some of his favorite pants, The Exalt Thrashers!
Planet Eclipse 2013 Classic Kit Bag
The Eclipse Classic Kitbag has two compartments; the main compartment is big enough to cram in loads of gear and also has some handy