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Spyder Victor – Marker Review

The Spyder Victor 09 or the Spyder Victor 1 are great paintball guns for any beginner on a budget. You can find these markers for a cheap $50-$70, so they’re excellent to start out with. The Victors are easy to … Continue reading

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More on Shooting Practice….

It’s also smart to target practice shooting your paintball marker while in different positions.  Try to become more accurate when shooting from kneeling, squatting, laying down and aiming from the waist.  When target shooting, practice firing only one or two … Continue reading

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Buying Your First Paintball Gun

Before buying your first paintball gun, consider a number of factors.  First, decide how much you want to spend on the gun based off of how seriously you take the sport.   If you’re a casual player who only plays every now and … Continue reading

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Where To Refill CO2 Tanks

A common dilemna with paintball is where to get your CO2 tanks refilled.  You will have a regular need to refill tanks if you play paintball.  Unfortunately, most players do not own a commercial sized air compressor or CO2 tank … Continue reading

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Sign On For the Infantry

After the point man or Scout Unit, the next line in on a tactical paintball squad is the Infantry.  By far the most numerable and overpowering, this is the part of the squad that does the bulk of the shooting.  These … Continue reading

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The Point Man

The Point Man or Scout Unit on a tactical paintball squad is a fun position to play. Sometimes the Point Man is a single player but best if this unit consists of two operators; one carrying a pair of binoculars … 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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