New Tippmann Gun

Tippmann Releases New A-5 HE Paintball Gun

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.

Tippmann A-5 with H.E. Electronic Grip (new 2011 version)

Tippmann A-5 with H.E. Electronic Grip (new 2011 version) - Black

Tippmann Releases New A5 Paintball Gun

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.

Tippmann A-5 Basic (New Style Dec 2010)

Tippmann A-5 Basic (New Style Dec 2010)

Tippmann A-5 Basic (New Style Dec 2010)

Tippmann US Army Carver One with E-Grip Shipping Delays

It looks like the Egrip version of the Tippmann US Army Carver One is 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.

You can still pre-order the Carver One with Egrip on our site.  The Carver One Basic and the Power Pack are already in stock and shipping.

The US Army Carver One Paintball guns have the basic inline bolt system from a 98 and include built in sights and plenty of rails for mounting accessories .

Tippmann X7 Phenom – We’ve shot it!

Here at TippmannParts.com, we pride ourselves on keeping up on the latest in anything Tippmann. It just so happens that we personally have an X7 Phenom test marker here. Our staff has used it in a variety of different settings and its fantastic. We’ve shot the Phenom, we know what X7 upgrades look like on the gun, and we already have experience in maintaining the marker. Don’t believe us? Take a look below!  TippmannParts.com – always ahead of the competition.

New Tippmann Paintball Gun the X7 Phenom

Tippmann X7 Phenom New Paintball Gun Release

Tippmann X7 Phenom New Paintball Gun Release

The Phenomenal X7!  TippmannParts.com is now taking pre-orders for November delivery.

The new X7 Phenom from Tippmann has been labeled the “Ultimate Woodsball Marker”.  Built along the current X7 body style, the X7 Phenom is already ahead of the game in accessories.  It can accept over 20 original X7 mods and upgrades, even the Flatline barrel!  With a new design bolt system, seen nowhere else in paintball, the X7 Phenom has the best technology in a smaller package.  Almost 3 inches shorter than the X7, the Phenom is lighter and still has the Tippmann Mil-Sim look. It has Picatinny rails to mount all your tactical accessories!

The new Flex Valve system allows for faster rates of fire than blow back markers and can operate on either co2 or HPA.  The blow forward design operates at a low 300 psi.  That means more shots per tank, and a lot less kick and movement.  You’ll be able to stay in the game longer and hit more targets with the super smooth operation of the new Flex Valve.

Semi or Full-Auto?  You decide! The X7 Phenom incorporates the Hall-Effect trigger and safety system proven in the previous H.E. Grips.  Easily switch from safe, to semi, to one of 5 firing modes.  Just flick the switch and change your style of play from sniping to machine gunner!  It’s a seamless change not only between modes, but from a mechanical operation to electronic. 

Another feature players have wanted is the option of a mechanical backup to the electronic modes.   If you get in a tight spot and your battery dies, flick back to semi and you’ve got full mechanical operation to fight your way out!  But that’s not all!  It’s a sear-less design.  That’s right no sear in this baby.  Less parts equals simplicity, less wear, and a smoother trigger pull.

Also included on the X7 Phenom is a redesigned cyclone feed.  To keep up with the Flex Valve system, the need for an upgrade feed system was a must.  The new design fires up to 20 bps is also easier on paint.

Does not qualify for the X7 rebate program.

US Army Project Salvo Paintball Gun

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www.Tippmannparts.com is excited to announce the release of the Project Salvo paintball gun by US Army Paintball. This exciting new marker is packed full of new features including: a six position collapsible and foldable stock, an AR-15 style shroud with four built-in Picatinny rails and a new AR-15 style magazine that doubles as a helpful toolkit. The marker also incorporates a flat-top Picatinny rail built into the receiver, which makes it simple for players to quickly add a handle, sight, scope, flashlight, or a variety of other mods.

Another great feature of this marker is its extensive upgradeability. The Project Salvo marker can easily accept the eGrip upgrade as well as several other performance upgrades from the Tippmann 98 Custom Platinum Series such as the Cyclone  Feed System, Response  Trigger and Flatline  barrel.

Much like Alpha Black, the name selected for this new marker is rooted in U.S. Military history. Project Salvo was a series of tests conducted by the U.S. Army’s Operations Research Office (ORO) from the mid to late 1950s. The research obtained through Project Salvo helped lead to the development of the AR-15, which would go on to become the M-16 – widely considered among the most respected and proven rifles ever utilized by the United States armed forces.