Add additional functionality to your Tippmann marker and Apex 2 barrel system with the Trinity Apex 2 Shroud with Weaver Rails. Customize your paint-flinging machine and add any Picatinny compatible accessory you wish onto the rails. Lasers, sling mounts, and sights are all possibilities for this versatile system. Not to mention it will give your marker some unique tactical flair.
Trinity is a proven brand you can trust for marker accessories and upgrades. Try it out today.
Looking to add some extra comfort and ease-of-use to your Tippmann marker but don’t have the customizable options necessary? Then it’s time you started looking at Trinity slings and adapters for your marker. First, the Picatinny rail sling adapter allows you to mount your sling points anywhere there are rails on your gun. This gives you a multitude of options when it comes to getting that perfect balanced feeling when fielding your marker.
When you’re done placing your adapter it’s time for you to choose a comfortable sling you can trust. We recommend Trinity 1-point and 2-point bungee slings for their reliability and comfort factor. Use the 2-point if you want that traditional rifle sling feeling that allows for more versatility and mobility or go for a 1-point sling that features tighter maneuvering and crisp marker movement.
Don’t skimp on your comfort and customization, it can set you ahead of your fellow players and increase your performance on the field.
Looking to mount accessories on your Tippmann paintball gun but your hopper keeps getting in the way? Or maybe you just want to customize your shooting platform for comfort and personal preference. With the RAP4 Offset Rail you can do just that, mount flashlights, sights, scopes, carrying handles, and more. This rail will fit all markers with picatinny rails with at least 5 inches of length. Don’t let anything bring down your game. This rail can make your marker work even better for you especially in the thick of the action.
ViewLoader EVLution Series Loaders and Accessories
If you’ve got any of the Tippmann paintball guns without a Cyclone feed like the 98 Custom, or Alpha Black then you might have found yourself having to shake your gravity fed hopper everyone once in awhile to keep the balls feeding in. This can be annoying at the very least and can ruin a game when you miss that critical shot at the worst. A hopper that doesn’t feed fast enough can also cause ball breaks in the feed neck. One good option we have right now is the ViewLoader Evlution 3 hoppers. These hoppers have recently dropped from $89.95 all the way down to $49.95. This makes them a great value option for a hopper upgrade.
New from Trinity is the X7 Phenom Fury Stock, and is the latest addition to our collection of X7 shoulder stocks. This 6 position tactical stock comes in three colors; black, sand, and olive. This stock design is a more updated and current design which is used on real assault rifles. This stock design is known to be more stable and locks down so that it does not wobble. This will create the cutting edge elite look for your tactical paintball marker.
Custom Products recently added this 3″ tactical barrel to their multi-tip barrel system. When you add a short barrel like this to your Tippmann A5, you create a realistic sub-machinegun look. This barrel accepts any of the 7 different “flash supressor” tip designs. Imagine what the other side will think when they see this cool looking hand cannon on the field.
The DYE Rotor paintball loaders are some of the most popular hoppers in paintball. They feed super fast and are simple to use. One button operation. On and Off. They don’t require any programming or fiddling. Just turn them on to use and off when you’re done.
Dye Precision Rotor Loader - Tiger Grey
Add to this a tool free breakdown for easy cleaning and battery replacement and you’ve got our favorite high end hopper. Dye has now released new colors for 2012.
Thinking about a bottle upgrade from your current CO2 paintball bottle? The Empire 72ci 3000psi bottle may be the perfect choice for you. This bottle is an inexpensive entry in to compressed air (HPA). While a little on the larger size (just a bit bigger than a 20oz CO2 bottle) this HPA tank will hold enough air to fire about 1,000 shots. You will not need to do anything special to your paintball gun. This bottle screws right into the gun’s ASA and is ready to go. These bottles last 5 years before they need to be tested (just like CO2 bottles). Compressed air will mean that each of your shots will fire at the same speed. Cold weather will not decrease your performance like it does with CO2
The new OU812 paintball masks from Save Phace are using a new graphic transfer technology called water immersion. This allows a much greater resolution on their graphics. Now for most paintball goggle companies that wouldn’t be a big deal but Save Phace has some really good artists that produce very detailed and exciting designs. This higher resolution lets the artists show off their talents even more and you get the benefit by getting to wear a true piece of artwork while you shoot people.
This conversion kit includes everything you need to convert a Tippmann 98 Custom from a regular hopper fed paintball gun to a magazine fed paintball gun. If you’ve looked at how the feed port is integrated in to the body then you can tell that this is no small feat. The kit includes a new body for the gun that puts the feed port under the gun instead of on the side. It also has the magazine mount and a 20 round magazine too. You can even upgrade your magazine to a large Box Magazine that mounts to to the same position underneath of the gun. The Nautilus Box magazine holds up to 200 rounds.
Both colored rails are made out of a military grade composite that won’t deform in high humidity or extreme (high or low) temperatures. So once you get your sight or scope sighted in, it’s going to stay in position.
The tactical stock is both a folding stock and a collapsible stock at the same time. Two folding tactical sights let you easily acquire your target and blast them away with one of five firing modes.
This full auto paintball gun has an electronic (egrip) trigger but also other modes like semi-auto, auto-response, and 3-shot burst. Tippmann has even thrown in an X7 magazine and shroud. All of these Tippmann X7 Mods are factory installed and test so you get a custom gun without the work of customizing your own gun.
These will be in stock at TippmannParts.com on Monday the 12th.
Jerry Can Paintball Canister with 5 Pods and a Pod Stand
The first things is the Jerry Can Paintball container. This large container holds over 1000 paintballs. An air tight lid keeps them fresh all day long. Now you don’t have to worry about your paint getting swollen and sticky because of high humidity. You also don’t spill them all over the place when you pick up that bag of balls that you were sure was tied shut.
Allen Paintball Pod-Pal - Black
From you new Jerry Can container, you can pour directly in to your pods but usually this takes 2 hands if you’re lucky and even then you end up spilling at least a few paintballs on the ground. Now introducing the Pod Funnel and Pod Pal pod holder. The Pod pal is a slick little tripod device that sets on a table or any flatish surface and holds your pod securely in place. Kind of like a 3rd hand.
Allen Paintball Pod Funnel - Black
The funnel s what it says it is. Just drop this funnel in the top of your pod and you now have a doubly large opening to pour in to. If you miss that then you might as well call it a day.
Each of these paintball accessories will save you time and paintballs. So hurry up and get some from TippmannParts.com so you can hurry up and play.
A few of these guns are made with Tippmann 98 Customs as well.
These guns are custom made for each order, many use real firearms parts. It is possible that they are available to ship on short notice, but you should be prepared to wait about 4 weeks for delivery. (It will be worth the wait).
JT has recently released a new color of their popular Spectra Proflex line. The Desert Tan and Black paintball face mask is a perfect match for lots of different camo patterns. If you’re not already familiar with the Proflex line then you should be. They use the Flex7 Goggle Frame and Mask but instead of having hard plastic ear pieces they have a smaller and softer earpiece. So YES, there is less protection here. But you can hear better with these goggles because there’s less bulky goggle blocking the way to your ears. You also get a tactical advantage that balls are less likely to break on these soft ears. More bounces mean you get to stay in the game longer. The smaller foam ear pieces also make the goggle a bit lighter. The Flex7 and ProFlex include the soft rubber mouth guard too. You’ll definitely feel the paint hit you on the cheeks and mouth but you get lots of bounces off this area. So if you like to get up in the fight and need that extra advantage while looking good at the same time then you need to take a look at the se new limited edition colors. They also come in Olive and Lime Green.
New for 2011, the A5 Flatline now includes a built-in, wide-mouth foregrip. Concealed within is a slightly curved barrel design which, using centrifugal force, places backspin on each shot. This enables paintballs to travel much longer distances, allowing you to outrange opponents while maintaining level, accurate shots. Increasing your marker’s effective range up to 250 feet, you maintain an additional 100 foot advantage over traditional barrel systems. Designed to benefit users in a variety of settings, the Flatline is ideal for snipers and back players.