Posts Tagged ‘Tippmann Paintball’
Posted by dztechdaniel on May 7, 2012
The brand new Tippmann Crossover is the latest addition to Tippmann’s long roster of markers. However the Crossover is quite different from anything Tippmann has put out in the past.
The Crossover is ultra light weighing just over 2 pounds, operates under 300psi for a smoother operation that’s easier on internals and paint, comes with break-beam eyes, clamping feedneck, adjustable double-trigger, gas-thru grip, and a mechanical and electronic safety.
The most talked about feature is the Flex Valve technology already seen in the Tippmann Phenom. The Flex Valve allows the used to switch from electronic operation to mechanical operation at the flip of a switch. Want to save battery life during a long scenarioe? The Crossover has you covered. Battery finally dead? No problem. Want to save paint? Done.
The Crossover boasts many unique features and is sure to make many waves in the paintball community for a good time to come.
Posted in New Releases, Paintball Guns, Tippmann Paintball Guns, Tippmann Sports | Tagged: Flex Valve, New Releases, Tippmann Crossover, Tippmann Paintball | Leave a Comment »
Posted by dztechdaniel on March 27, 2012
We are pleased to announce the introduction of Tippmann Marker Oil and Tippmann Marker Grease. Both are formulated specifically for use in Tippmann markers. The Marker Oil has been developed for use in all Tippmann, U.S. Army, and TPN blow back markers, while the Marker Grease is to be used in FlexValve markers such as the TiPX and Phenom line of markers.
Increase performance and keep your markers running like the day they were unboxed with these new products.
Posted in Tippmann Paintball Guns, Tippmann Sports, US Army, US Army Paintball Guns | Tagged: 98, A5, Marker Grease, Marker Oil, Phenom, Tippmann Paintball, TiPX, X7 | 1 Comment »
Posted by dztechdaniel on February 28, 2012
Tippmann has finally brought forth what so many have been asking for all these years, a simplified lightweight marker with all the reliability of the Tippmann brand and all the features of their previous models in one well-rounded package.
The Tippmann Crossover is brimming with features including integrated break beam anti-chop eyes, low pressure operation under 300 PSI, integrated grip through gasline with the option to convert to a front regulator, magnetic Hall-Effect trigger switch, multiple adjustable firing modes, including semi-auto, auto-response, 3-shot burst, PSP, NPPL and Millennium, adjustable clamping feedneck with vertical feed, and A-5/X-7 threads.
Although the most exciting feature for players is the Tippmann patented FlexValve technology integrated from the Phenom and now present in the Crossover. The ability to run from electronic to mechanical operation in the middle of a game will be a fantastic feature with the added benefits of the low recoil, low pressure features of the FlexValve. The Crossover is sure to take the game to new heights and new possibilities, don’t be the last to take advantage of this amazing marker.
Posted in New Releases, Paintball Guns, Tippmann Paintball Guns, Tippmann Sports | Tagged: Crossover, Electro-Pneumatic, FlexValve, New Release, Tippmann Paintball | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on February 12, 2011
Looking to dress up your apparel? Do so with a new Velcro patch from Tippmann. Olive drab color featuring the Tippmann brand name, this patch will nicely compliment any paintball getup.
‘Tippmann est 1986′ Circular Patch with Velcro Backing
Posted in Brands, New Releases, Tippmann Sports, Uncategorized | Tagged: Custom Patch, Paintball Patch, Patch, Tippmann, Tippmann Apparel, Tippmann Brand, Tippmann Clothing, Tippmann Custom Patch, Tippmann Custom Velcro Patch, Tippmann Olive Drab Patch, Tippmann Olive Patch, Tippmann Paintball, Tippmann Patch, Tippmann Velcro, Tippmann Velcro Patch, Velcro Patch | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on January 4, 2011
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)
Posted in New Releases, Paintball Guns, Tippmann A5 Paintball Gun, Tippmann Paintball Guns, Tippmann Sports | Tagged: A-5, A-5 HE, A5, A5 HE, Hall Effect, New A 5 HE, New A5 HE, New Tippmann Gun, paintball, Tippmann, Tippmann A 5, Tippmann A-5 E-Grip, Tippmann A-5 HE, Tippmann A5, Tippmann A5 E-Grip, Tippmann A5 Electronic, Tippmann A5 HE, Tippmann Paintball, Tippmann Paintball Gun | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on December 22, 2010
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)
Posted in New Releases, Paintball Guns, Tippmann A5 Paintball Gun, Tippmann Paintball Guns, Tippmann Sports | Tagged: A-5, A5, a5 version 2, New Tippmann, New Tippmann Gun, new version of Tipmann a5, newest tippmann paintball gun, release date, tipman, Tippmann, Tippmann A 5, Tippmann A5, Tippmann Paintball, Tippmann Paintball Gun | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on September 25, 2010
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.
Posted in New Releases, Tippmann Paintball Guns, Tippmann Sports, Tippmann X7 Phenom Paintball Gun, Uncategorized | Tagged: paintball, Phenom, Phenom Mechanical, Tippmann Paintball, Tippmann X7, Tippmann X7 Phenom Mechanical. X7 Phenom, Tippmann X7 Phenom Paintball Gun, X7, X7 Phenom Mechanical | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on August 30, 2010
The New Designz Phenom Bolt and Spring takes your X7 Phenom‘s performance to a whole new level. Constructed out of high quality aluminum and delrin, the New Designz Phenom bolt weighs less than stock which helps to reduce recoil.
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.
Posted in New DeSignz, New Releases, Paintball Gun Upgrades, Tippmann Paintball Guns, Tippmann X7 Phenom Paintball Gun, Uncategorized | Tagged: New Designs Phenom Bolt, New Designs X7 Phenom Bolt, New Designz X7 Phenom Bolt, Tippmann, Tippmann Paintball, Tippmann X7 Phenom Paintball Gun, X7, X7 Phenom, X7 Phenom Upgrade, X7 Phenom Upgrades | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on April 26, 2010
Posted in Sales, Specials, and Promotions | Tagged: paintball, Recreational Paintball, Tippmann, Tippmann Paintball, Tippmann Paintball Gun, Tippmann X-7, tippmann x-7 paintball gun, Tippmann X7, Tippmann X7 Paintball Gun, X-7, x-7 paintball gun, X7, X7 Paintball Gun | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on April 23, 2010
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 .
Posted in New Releases, Paintball Guns, Tippmann Sports, US Army, US Army Carver One | Tagged: Carver, Carver One, Carver One with EGrip, E-Grip, Egrip, New Release, New Tippmann Gun, paintball, Power Pack, release date, Shipping Delay, Tippmann, Tippmann Carver, Tippmann Carver One, Tippmann Paintball, US Army, US Army Carver One | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on February 5, 2010
The U.S. Army line of paintball markers has been a huge hit with paintballers due to their reliability, durability, and value. Now, they are building on the U.S. Army legacy with the introduction of the new U.S. Army Paintball Marker, the Carver One. The Carver One comes stock with a host of new features including four Picatinny rails, a built in fore-grip, built in sling mounts, and built in sights.Also, the Carver One is able to be upgraded with a stock and vertical fore-grip for more control on the field. Pre-Order a Carver One Basic, Carver One E-grip, or Carver One Powerpack today!
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Alpha Black, Carver, Carver One, Carver One Basic, Carver One E-grip, Carver One Paintball Marker, Carver One Powerpack, paintball, Project Salvo, Tippmann, Tippmann Paintball, U.S. Army, U.S. Army Carver One, U.S. Army Paintball, US Army, US Army Carver One, US Army Paintball | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on February 3, 2009
Lord Odin from the A5 Operator’s Group wrote this well thought out and thorough paintball gun comparison pitting the Tippmann A-5 against the Tippmann 98 Series guns.
Tippmann A-5 vs Tippmann 98 Series Paintball Guns
Tippmann A-5 Paintball Gun
The Tippmann A-5 is the next generation of markers after the Tippmann 98 with a few major differences. On average, they cost a bit more, but for about $50, you get a superior marker.
The first major upgrade is the Cyclone feed system built into A-5 marker. Tippmann has done away with the vertical feed and have added a pneumatic force feed system that virtually eliminates jams. Unlike electronic loaders, there are no batteries and force is only applied to the balls when the gun cycles. Due to the large opening of the Cyclone, it eliminates jams in the feedneck that can happen on the 98 Custom and any other small feed neck gun. The Cyclone has a lower profile than traditional hoppers, which is ideal for woodsball because players will mostly pop up over something than off to the side. Reducing your silhouette reduces your chance of getting shot.
Tippmann A-5 E-Grip
Tippmann has also made the gun more accessible by including pushpins for commonly removed items. Rather than completely disassembling the marker like on the 98’s, you can now remove pushpins to access your optional E-grip, remove your internals to lubricate or fix a problem, or change stocks. The A-5 lets you completely remove your trigger and grip. This is important if your trigger is malfunctioning or if it starts to rain and you want to switch back to a mechanical grip. The front grip is also removable, which gives you more options of style and placement on the marker.
The internals of the A-5 gun are very similar to the 98 Custom with one major exception. The A-5 now makes use of a tombstone. This is a piece that slides into the gun from the outside and is locked into place but is easily removable. On the 98’s, a braided hose was screwed directly into the valve body and was not easily removed unless in the staging area. The Tombstone on the A-5 allows for easier disassembly and gives you more upgrade options. Now you can mount a regulator directly to the gun, move locations of your gas line, or even connect a remote line directly. And all of this is done easily by attaching it to the tombstone with your hands. No tools are necessary to connect components to the tombstone or the tombstone to the gun.
Tippmann 98 Custom Platinum Series ACT Paintball Gun
The A-5 now has completely enclosed internals. The 98 Custom had its cocking handle connected to the hammer, which exposed your internals to dirt, paint, and other debris. On the A-5, the cocking handle has been relocated and the internals closed off, which will make your gun operate better and cleaner. Parts such as o-rings will need less replacement, as well.
The A-5 comes with a different barrel threading than the 98 Series guns. One of the complaints of 98 users was the barrel twisting loose on them due to the steep threading. The gradual threading of the A-5 barrels requires more turning to remove the barrel. This creates a tighter fit and it is much less likely to unscrew.
Lastly, manufacturers are producing many more upgrades and accessories for the A-5 instead of the 98 series, which seems to be taking a back seat to the A-5. This gives you many more upgrade options when you choose the A-5 and many of them are easy to install with the quick release pins.
For the little extra money, the A-5 is big step up from the 98 and is well worth price.
-Thanks for the review Lord Odin! An abbreviated version of this comparison has been incorporated in to our Tippmann A-5 Buyer’s Guide. TippmannParts.com carries the full line of Tippmann A-5 and 98 Series Paintball Guns in stock at the best prices.
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