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!
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TechT Paintball Zero Kick Hammer SE – X7, A5, Model 98, 98 Custom, 98 C Pro, 98 Platinum, Alpha Black
Posted by dztechdaniel on March 13, 2012
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.
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Posted by paintballtech on September 6, 2011
The TECHT Tippmann Gun tags is an easy way to upgrade your Tippmann paintball gun. Well maybe it’s not an upgrade as much as an accessory. We have the gun tags in 5 different slogans as seen above.
- Assault TECHT Gun Tag
- Snipers Get More Head TECHT Gun Tag
- Recon TECHT Gun Tag
- Marine Corps TECHT Gun Tag
- Got Perks?
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Posted by paintballtech on July 23, 2009
The Roc Stock is another great product from KillJoy Industries. This stock has the ability to be offset to the right or left side, allowing for greater mask clearance. Since it is able to be quickly adjusted with one hand, you can quickly set up one of the 36 possible configurations on the fly. Made of high grade machined Aluminum, the Roc Stock is made to last. The Roc Stock is currently available for the Tippmann A5 and X7.
The Zero Kick ACT Hammer from TechT is an upgraded hammer for any Tippmann ACT gun. Because of its 58% weight reduction from the stock hammer, the Zero Kick ACT Hammer gives you much less reciprocating mass inside the gun. This means the gun kicks less and cycles faster, which will help to improve your accuracy and your rate of fire.
Have your A5 or Model 98 professionally refinished by Conlee Custom with a DuraCoat camouflage. These patterns are gorgeous. They’ll make your gun STAND OUT off the field and BLEND IN on the field. If you’re adding this service to a gun you’re purchasing from us then it takes about 2 additional weeks for your gun to arrive to you. Expedited shipping and service is not available at this time. DuraCoat is a two part chemical coating. DuraCoat was specifically made for firearms so it easily stands up to the wear and tear of paintball. With normal use, a marker will last several lifetimes when refinished with DuraCoat. This service was available for the X7, but is now also available for the A5 and 98 Custom. It is available in Digital Woodland, Digital Desert, Digital Urban, MC Heavy Green, and Army ACU.
IVT – Integrated Valve Technology CO2 Tanks are the newest innovation from JT USA. The IVT CO2 tank features an internal magnetic float which represents your liquid CO2 fill level on the indicator strip. This allows you to know when you are running low so you don’t ever have to lose another game because you are out of gas. Also, the valve is located internally in the neck of the tank so even if you screw off the top of the tank, there is no chance of the tank shooting off and injuring anyone. These tanks will be a hot item at TippmannParts.com and are available in 9oz, 12oz, 20oz, and 24oz.
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Posted by paintballtech on May 12, 2009
The newest version of the TechT Zero Kick Hammer for Tippmann Paintball Guns comes packaged with a new hammer drive spring. If you did not receive this drive spring and you think your marker needs it, please contact TechT. They will send you the drive spring for free. If you did not receive one, there is no need to freak out immediately. You may not need it. TechT found that some users’ markers needed a stiffer spring in order to get up to 300FPS. Most markers didn’t, but some did, so they started to include it with the hammer.
With that said, below are the instructions on how to install the hammer. Again, I would first set it up with your stock hammer drive spring. If you can not achieve high enough velocity or your cyclone is not cycling you will then need to swap out your stock spring for the stiffer one from TechT.
If you need to contact TechT for the stiff hammer drive spring please call – 901-405-1848 ex.11
For complete installtion instructions, visit the TechT Zero Kick installation page at http://www.techtpaintball.com/hammer_install.html
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