Posted by dztechdaniel on February 14, 2012
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.
Posted in Paintball Gun Upgrades, Tippmann Sports, Trinity | Tagged: 1 point, 2 point, picatinny, sling, sling adapter, Sling Mount, tactical, Trinity, universal | Leave a Comment »
Posted by kenpaintball on December 2, 2011
We now carry Engler Custom Paintball Guns!
These paintball guns are modified to look and feel like real historic military firearms. They are great for anyone wanting to play in a historic themed paintball battle.
Most of these are modified Tippmann X7 Phenoms. On our website, they currently reside here: Engler Custom Paintball Guns.
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).
Check them out
Posted in Engler Custom, New Releases, Paintball Guns, Tippmann X7 Phenom Paintball Gun | Tagged: 98 Custom, custom, custom paintball gun, engler, engler custom, eric, eric engler, mil sim, paintball, Phenom, tactical | Leave a Comment »