Monthly Archives: February 2011

Buttstock Flavors

Tactical paintball guns often have realistic buttstocks that provide a great look and improve the function of your marker.  The right buttstock will bring a better balance to your gun as well as help you become more accurate with your … Continue reading

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The TPX Pistol

The TPX is a .68 caliber tactical paintball pistol produced by Tippmann and it has been leader since it first came out.  The new TPX is engineered to be super lightweight, easy to maintain, customizable and best of all…. you can … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Hit By The Freight Train

Freight Training is an illegal move in paintball.  This is an attempt by a tagged player to affect the outcome of a game by lingering in the game after he’s been shot.  After being hit, the player is supposed to put their … Continue reading

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Speedball Vs. Woodsball

Besides obvious differences in paintball gear, traditional paintball games are much different than scenario ball.  In scenario paintball, military style missions are the name of the game.  In general, you will either be in a platoon of players or playing solo and … Continue reading

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Paintball Gun Air Tank Covers

As hpa tanks can be fairly costly ($100-$200), protecting your investment with a tank cover is a smart move.  Paintball gun air tank covers are excellent for prolonging the life of an expensive hpa tank.  Paintball is an active sport … Continue reading

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Flanking

Flanking is one of hundreds of paintball tactics in which a player distracts the opposing team with an attack while another player sneaks around the side or back of the other team.  It is most successfully used on players who … Continue reading

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Welcome To Scenario Paintball

In scenario paintball, the terrain is a natural setting; a canyon, wooded area or even an old junkyard.  Sometimes the playing fields and conditions are made to look like historic places, settings, or events.  In some of the larger scenario games, … Continue reading

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Paintball Gun Electronic Triggers

Electronic triggers are generally fairly simple to install and cost between $80-$125.  With a price tag that high, the question should be asked before buying… ‘how necessary is an e-trigger?’.  With the exception of top of the line tournament style … Continue reading

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The Desert Eagle Paintball Pistol

The Desert Eagle Paintball Pistol functions and feels like a real handgun; it’s weighted perfectly and has a strong blowback action when fired.  It shoots .43 caliber paintballs and uses a 12g disposable CO2 cartridge that fits inside the handgrip; … Continue reading

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Diversionary Tactics

Creating a diversion is a strategy that will temporarily confuse your opponents.  You don’t ever want your opponent to know what’s coming or what moves you’re going to make.  If you’re planning on making an attack on the right side, … Continue reading

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