The Tippmann TCR should be out in June. It has multiple air sources and accepts TiPX or Zetamag Magazines. Read more . . .
Paintball Sights and Red Dot Sights: Learn Browse Buy. We’ve just done a full review of our paintball sights. We now have videos for every sight and spec lists about their size, reticle type and color, weight etc. Now you can really choose the right sight for your paintball gun.
Tippmann has discontinued the tan TiPX pistols and shells citing supplier difficulties. But lucky you we have one tan TiPX left.
The tan aftermarket shells are also discontinued and we’ve already run out of those.
Absolutely! The A5 went through a design change awhile ago. This is the newer grip with a selector switch safety. This newer A5 is referred to as the 2011 A5. So, Yes. The A5 2011 Mechanical grip shown below is backwards compatible with the pre 2011 A5 markers. This exact grip shown will also accept the response trigger kits but it will NOT accept the electronic boards. This grip is the mechanical version and does not have the battery compartment built in.
Our first shipment of Virtue Vio goggles should be landing here on Monday!
Tippmann has just released some new colors of the popular Crossover XVR marker. They’re going to be a limited edition run so when they’re gone they’re gone. This is a great chance to upgrade to the top of the line Tippmann marker and get one that’ll be unique on the field too. The two new colors are Blue and Bronze. The color will be on the body, barrel and ASA with the grips and other accents colored black. This makes for a nicely balanced 2 tone paintball gun.
We should have both colors arriving at our TippmannParts warehouse this week or early next so we’re starting to take pre-orders for the new XVRs now.
Two of the old colors are being discontinued. The Red and Titanium are officially sold out from Tippmann. At the time of this post we have only 1 left of each of those colors so if you had your heart set on one of them then now’s the time to pull that trigger.
NopeNopeNope. The Tippmann Response Trigger (RT) Kit for X7‘s is designed for the original X7′s with blowback style operation. The newer X7 Phenom, sometimes just referred to as the Phenom, has a completely different type of valve system that is not compatible with how the RT kits work. If you want to upgrade your mechanical Phenom trigger you can convert it to electronic with an E-Grip kit.
Yes and No. The original Alpha Black paintball guns CAN NOT use the Response Trigger (RT) kits. If you get or have the Alpha Black ELITE then Yes. The Elites are more upgradeable and they will accept the RT kits. They use the same one as the 98′s do. Here it is!
Just realized we didn’t list on our site yet what kind of barrels the Tippmann FT12 uses. You might assume that since the FT-12 has Tippmann 98 internals that it would also use Tippmann 98 Barrels and that is indeed correct. The Tippmann FT-12 uses standard Tippmann 98 threaded barrels.
We’ve added a little blurb to our site listing all of the Tippmann paintball gun barrel thread types.
TECHT Paintball has just released their new EZ View Clear / Smoke Feeder Housing for Tippmann Cyclone Feeds. It includes the housing and bottom plate (no internals) so you can see if you have paint left and diagnose feeder problems with just a glance. More info on the housing product page. They should be shipping out to us on Friday and here by Tuesday ready to ship to you!
There’s been a little confusion on the size of the Ninja gauges so here’s a quick rundown.
The Ninja Micro gauge is the traditional small sized gauge that has been around for years. The face AND body/rim of the gauge has about the exact same diameter as a quarter. Not larger than a quarter. Almost the exact same size.
The Ninja Paintball MINI gauge on the other hand is the newer super small size. I personally would think Micro is smaller than Mini but as the name Micro has been around for a long time this new gauge is called the Mini. The Ninja Mini gauge face and body/rim is almost exactly the size of a penny. We’ll try to get a video or picture up here soon to better illustrate.
Micro = Quarter – Traditional small size.
Mini = Penny – New super small size.
Hope this helps!
Other paintball pressure gauges.
The Crossover is ultra light weighing just over 2 pounds, operates under 300psi for a smoother operation that’s easier on internals and paint, comes with break-beam eyes, clamping feedneck, adjustable double-trigger, gas-thru grip, and a mechanical and electronic safety.
The most talked about feature is the Flex Valve technology already seen in the Tippmann Phenom. The Flex Valve allows the used to switch from electronic operation to mechanical operation at the flip of a switch. Want to save battery life during a long scenarioe? The Crossover has you covered. Battery finally dead? No problem. Want to save paint? Done.
The Crossover boasts many unique features and is sure to make many waves in the paintball community for a good time to come.
Speed Feeds were revolutionized with the introduction of the first Virtue Crown. But with the introduction of the latest generation, dubbed the Crown 2, the features and ease-of-use are at their height.
The Crown 2 for the Dye Rotor uses 10 ultra-soft, replaceable fingers encompass a hard ring that will stand up to the brutal wear of paintball. The silicone elastomer fingers prevents sagging common to other speed feed systems and have the best compression and bend recovery of any current speed feed. Each Crown 2 comes with 10 long and 5 short fingers, so you can decide to use a combination of all long or half long, half short fingers.
You will be able to reload thousands of times without having to worry about the Crown 2 going kaput. Virtue maintains a Lifetime Warranty on the base ring and the easily replaceable fingers come on many different colors and combinations. Customize away!
Oftentimes accessories can get to become a bit much and overload your marker with clutter. So when you want to drop the busy look for a sleek and simple design while retaining performance, take a look at the Trinity Compact Laser. It does its job with the minimum amount of materials and space necessary.
The compact laser features a high quality bright red laser with an ambidextrous push button switch and a remote pressure switch. It is finished in a hard anodized flat black ready to take on the wear and tear of many days of paintball and field days.
Whether you’re a brand new player who just got their first marker or a seasoned player just looking to upgrade, understanding the mechanics and facts around barrels can lead you to the purchase right for you.
Click the article link and scroll to the bottom of the page to get streamlined facts, advice, and recommendations for a barrel system that you will use and enjoy for a long time.
Don’t just take the quick and dirty from every manufacturer, trust the knowledge from the players who wrote this article. Be smart about your barrels.
We are pleased to announce the introduction of Tippmann Marker Oil and Tippmann Marker Grease. Both are formulated specifically for use in Tippmann markers. The Marker Oil has been developed for use in all Tippmann, U.S. Army, and TPN blow back markers, while the Marker Grease is to be used in FlexValve markers such as the TiPX and Phenom line of markers.
Increase performance and keep your markers running like the day they were unboxed with these new products.
As we all know Tippmannmarkers have a long maintained reputation for reliability and performance, but sometimes at the cost of slightly more kick. This problem is solved with TechT‘s introduction of the Zero Kick Hammer SE with striker extension.
Being that the hammer is much lighter and quicker than the stock hammer it reduces the markers mechanical dwell greatly while giving you a faster trigger pull and drastically reduced kick. This all equates to less time your opponent has to react which in turn leads to more wins for you.
Don’t miss out on this fantastic and worthy upgrade.
If you’re a technician or just a player who like to fiddle and tweak their equipment, then the TechT Optimus Digital Test Gaugeis a must have in your gear library.
TechT has a history of making high-quality products and the Optimus Gauge is no different, sporting a high-visibility background, easy-to-use interface, high and low pressure varieties available, and accurate to 0.1 PSI.
So if you are going to get a gauge, then don’t miss out on this critical piece of equipment.
When you’re having trouble getting your Tippmann marker in that sweet spot range between 280-300 FPS, don’t settle for a less than perfect velocity output. The Trinity velocity spring kit comes with four different springs of varying tension from high, medium, medium low, and low velocity settings to keep your marker shooting consistently at the velocity needed.
Keep your gun safe and consistent with this trusted Trinity product.