Do you have problems with your paintball mask fogging up? Some times thermal anti fog lenses are just not enough. This paintball goggle fan is the solution for you. The Haber Eliminator Goggle fan is unique as far as goggle fans go in that it has a humidity sensor which turns the fan on as needed to keep your vision crystal clear. It is smaller and lighter than the JT Vortex 2 Goggle Fan, using just one AAA battery. Check it out. We have a great video of it up explaining how it is installed.
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.
What is worse than missing an entire day of play due to one bad o-ring? This universal parts kit from Tippmann will keep your marker working perfectly and allow you to fix problems at the field. Arranged in individual sections with a clear plastic container, your parts are easy to locate and ready for travel.
Designed for the original A5 Flatline Barrel System with a round, outer shroud, this camouflage neoprene cover is an effective way to decrease your markers visual profile. Consider combining this with an A5 hopper sound cover, also from APP, to further your markers visual concealment and sound reduction.
DerDer’s newest installment of the ‘Short Bus’ series will leave you forever entertained (and slightly disturbed) with its fast-paced mix of all you’ve come to expect from DerDer. Representing all aspects of tournament play, Bunker Insurance adds pro player commentary along with low-budget animation and computer graphics. Film features Zack Wake of Infamous and Tommy O’Donnell of Mutiny, along with other top players. Run time is 40 minutes.
Redesigning your X7 or X7 Phenom from good to great is easily accomplished with this new kit from Tippmann. Included are front and rear sights and a foldable/collapsible stock. Keep sights upright for traditional sighting or fold them down to make use of an added red dot sight or scope. A fully adjustable SCAR style stock makes your marker effective in a variety of environments without sacrificing comfort or performance. To accomplish this, the stock features a rear sling mount, eight adjustment positions and a push button design allowing it to fold completely to one side.
These new leg holsters from Tippmann offer TPX users an assortment of features including full adjustability, a removable body for either left or right side use and carrying compartments for one additional magazine, five CO2 cartridges and a barrel blocking device. This holster is made of extremely durable nylon and sports Tippmann’s proprietary Digi Cam design. All in all, this is a robust yet comfortable holster with several tactical features.
New for 2011, these A5s feature the HE E-Grip which allows users to fire up to 20 balls-per-second! There are five different special firing modes to choose from including Semi-auto, Auto-response, Full-auto, 3-shot bursts and Turbo. Its new external selector switch enables you to change from safe, to fire, to special firing modes on the fly. It has an improved, faster cyclone feed system and new barrel that is more accurate and quieter than the original. Some other added features are a larger, removable frontgrip, front sling mount, a lighter magnesium body and a lower-profile loader design.
This barrel allows you to adjust for nearly any situation…left and right curve, spin, and drop shots. Redesigned internals allow for farther, flatter shot trajectory and no tools are needed for disassembly. Moreover, the Apex2 is longer, sleeker and looks extremely tactical with its stealthy, mock silencer design. Available for BT4, BT16, 98, and A5 in 14 and 18 inch lengths.
For all you Phenom owners, this air fitting will provide you much more consistency and an improved feed rate over the standard fitting. And since it is made of stainless steel, it’s also a lot more durable.
This Deluxe Harness can hold over 1500 rounds of paint yet still remain compact and low profile when loaded with only four pods. Very comfortable and secure, this harness also looks amazing with Tippmann’s exclusive Digi Camo design.
Tippmann has added a huge assortment of features to their new A5s. To begin, they have redesigned the cyclone feed system to consistently feed up to 15 balls per second! A new 8.5 inch stone-honed barrel is more accurate and quieter than the original. Some other added features are a larger, removable frontgrip, front sling mount, a lighter magnesium body and a lower-profile loader design. The internal bore is widened for faster field stripping. The firing mode selector switch is now easier to use and the gasline is now black to improve its tactical appearance.
Introducing the X7 Phenom Mechanical from Tippmann. It features the same Flexvalve Technology as its predecessor, but uses a mechanical mode of firing only. The X7 Phenom Mechanical is perfect for those players who may not have the need or desire to use electronics, as well as those who may simply want to invest in electronics later. At a price of $299, the X7 Phenom Mechanical is an affordable, competitive paintball marker.
When installed and coupled with the included spring, the New Designz X7 Phenom Bolt shows significant increases in FPS. This means you can lower the Phenom’s operating pressure making it easier on paint and more efficient.
The face of the bolt has been redesigned as well, using a venturi style face, meaning more evenly distributed air around the paintball as it’s fired. The even distribution of air causes the ball to wiggle less in flight, helping to improve accuracy.
The new Tippmann X7 Phenom upgrade bolts from New DeSignz just arrived in the warehouse. We don’t have them up on the site as of this posting but they will be soon. When they’re up, you’ll find them with this link.
It looks like the Egrip version of the Tippmann US Army Carver Oneis still a bit out. The last update I received from Tippmann is May 18th, about 3 more weeks. Sorry! I know some of you already have pre-orders for this new release from Tippmann but we can’t ship them any faster than they can make them. Tippmann always makes sure to put out quality product. Some times the delivery date of those products gets pushed back because of this. But that’s okay. Who wants a buggy gun? So be patient and we’ll ship orders out as soon as we can.