Empire Invert Mini GS Paintball Gun

Now IN STOCK and READY TO SHIP at Ultimate Paintball is the NEW Empire Invert Mini GS Paintball Guns!! The Empire Mini GS  is the next generation of a paintball marker legend.  The team at Empire has taken the proven Mini marker platform and designed and developed it to be even better.  In addition to the battle proven Mini engine the GS includes a full wrap-around rubber foregrip that creates a secure grip and protection from paint and the elements.

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The Mini GS also adds an On/Off ASA that eliminates any thread issues and makes for smooth removal of your tank. For an added bonus, the new design allows for a simple drop-in of the Redline OLED board in without switching the foregrip. The ASA and Foregrip attachment points have been beefed up for extra strength and superior performance. Of course you have all the regular goodies you have come to expect and depend on from the Empire Mini: Hose-less design, Eyes, Clamping Feedneck, and proven Mini performance. It takes a truly amazing product to follow a legend, and Empire hits the mark with the Mini GS.

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Place your order for the Invert Mini GS today with Ultimate Paintball and be the first to own 1 of these awesome ner

Celebrities on the Paintball Field

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I always see celebrities as the glitz-and-glamour, the fame-and-the fortune type of people. Their job description probably requires them to look perfect from head to toe, anytime, anywhere, and anyplace. But then again, celebrities are actually just like us. They too also want to loosen up and enjoy what we common people enjoy; including paintball.

Did you ever wonder if there are celebrities who play paintball?

Do they have someone who keeps on following them to make sure they still look picture perfect even when they are on the field?

Well, YES there are celebrity paintballers; and NO they don’t bring their personal assistants on the field.

I did a bit of research and apparently, there is quite a list of celebrity paintballers. Here are some of them:

  1. The Pitt-Jolie Clan – These A-list couple relieved their Mr. and Mrs. Smith moments when they were sighted in a paintball game-field in Surrey, UK back in 2011. They brought the whole gang with them but only Maddox was big enough to play. Brad and Angelina sure know how to keep their babies happy.
  2. Keanu Reeves – Mr. Matrix might have got his iconic bullet-dodging moves from dodging paintballs first. He’s been seen on the field from time to time.
  3. Britney Spears – “Hit me baby one more time” may not be the best song when Britney goes paintballing, but who wouldn’t still want to share a bunker with her?

There are many more paintballing celebs – Adam Sandler, Maurice Gibbs of the Bee Gees which is a tournament level player, the Spice girls, Tom Hanks, and many more.

Who would you want to play paintball with?

 

Living Legends

Well folks the paintball season is FINALLY here and in full swing!! And there is no better way to kick off the season than attending and playing at the Living Legends of Paintball Event in Joliet, Illinois!!! This is an AWESOME event at a great venue! Living Legends of Paintball is a 2 day event that starts on May 16th and ends on May 18th. Registration for Living Legends is currently open. The deadline for the pre-registration is May 5, 2014. So gather up your team, sign up and don’t miss out on this event! The famous, Greg “RED” Hastings will be attending so you will have the chance to meet one of the actual “Living Legends” in the great game of paintball.  Also if you pre-register and purchase entry, air, 2 cases of event paint,  and an HK Streetall Jersey, you will be entered and qualified for a chance to win a DLX LUXE OLED PAINTBALL MARKER, CUSTOM LL7 JERSEY, LL7 SANDANA LL7 BBD, KLR GOGGLE SYSTEM, HK HARDBODY GEAR BAG, HK HARDLINE ARM+KNEE PADS, HK HARDLINE PANTS CAMO!!!!!!! Now that my friends is one heck of a giveaway! SHEESH!!

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Living Legends is a national paintball event hosted by the world-famous CPX Sports. The concept is to honor those who helped create the sport of paintball and those who have shaped it throughout it’s history. The weekend long event is a 2-day scenario event produced by Viper which gives enthusiasts the unique opportunity to play alongside the living legends of paintball in what is widely regarded as the must attend event of the year. Don’t miss out on this incredible fun filled weekend that is fastly approaching! Even if you don’t play paintball or just don’t feel like playing that weekend, round up your crew of friends, family, ANYBODY who wants to have a blast and witness or play in the Living Legends 7!! Ultimate Paintball will be there in full force with TONS of paintball gear and will have everything you will need to either add to your gun set-up, your equipment or playing apparel!! So feel free to stop by the Ultimate Paintball tent to say hi or to pick up some gear at the cheapest prices available!! Hope to see yons there!!

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A Proper Paintball Diet

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In my experience, long-term endurance plays little in any paintball role. Games typically don’t last that long and any movement that you’re doing will be at max a 10-15 second sprint. After which, you’ll crouch or stand for a few minutes while shooting at someone. A more important thing to address would be your overall fitness, more specifically your diet.

Calories

First and foremost, attacking your diet is priority. The old mantra “calories in < calories out” still holds true, but aiming for a proper macronutrient ratio is ideal. Switching to a high protein and mid to low carb diet will help accelerate fat loss in the beginning. Contrary to what most people think or choose to believe, exercise will do little to nothing for your health if you are eating poorly. However, I do not mean to rule out the importance of exercise. Aside from the benefit of improved cardiovascular health associated with both weight lifting and cardio (yes, lifting does improve CV function), exercise will obviously increase net calorie expenditure and contribute to fat loss while adding lean muscle. In regards to sprinting versus sustained runs, honestly do whatever you can for now.

Diet > exercise

You’ll notice with a revamped diet an increase in energy levels which’ll also help with your exercise goals. I recommend a balanced workout regimen of both lifting and activity. A very good program I have seen used with great results is a typical 3x weekly full-body lift with 2 days of cardio interspersed. Full body lifts accentuate more overall body fitness than targeting single muscle groups just to blow them up while increasing your HR more and can mimic a cardio-lifting routine much in the way that CrossFit works.

I hope the info serves you well. Good luck, get to it, and you always have paintball to help with the cardio.

The Pros and Cons of Different Lens Tints

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Lens tint on a paintball mask plays a large role in the effectiveness of how you adapt to the game or competition. Serious players acquire multiple lenses in a variety of colors when choosing a mask for versatility in playing options. This ensures the player always has an appropriate lens option depending on the specific style of play. When deciding on tint colors, consider the benefits and drawbacks of each hue.

Clear

Considered an everyday lens, all paintballers should carry at least one clear lens. Paintball masks with this lens offer optimal viewing indoors or outdoors, during daylight or nighttime hours. This is an extremely multipurpose lens that every player should possess.

Amber

This tint of a paintball mask may vary from yellow to orange. The color offers a number of benefits that include greater clarity in foggy, hazy or other low-light environments. Wear these lenses in dense forests, on rainy days or indoors in dimly lit conditions. Amber typically inhibits blue lights that hinder focus while red elements of the color enhance depth perception. Additionally, the amount of light allowed through this lens tint helps distinguish between low, medium and high lights and shadows, which means even if camouflaged, the movements of competitors becomes more visible.

Blue

When used on a paintball mask, a blue lens offers a number of benefits similar to amber colored lenses, though not quite as effectively. The color reduces glare, which is not only important on sunny days or under bright lights, but glare reduction is especially needed when competing on a luminous, winter day after a snowfall. Blue also helps accentuate contours and heightens color perception. Many prefer blue lenses for foggy or misty days in the field.

Red

A red lens absorbs some green light and offers the visual acuity and sharpness offered by amber lenses. However, the hue is not as effective outdoors in the early morning or late afternoon hours. This color also generally filters out light that is considered harsh and harmful to the eyes.

Green

A green lens sufficiently blocks red and infrared light waves that are produced by the sun. The color also serves well for fighting glare in an extremely bright environment.

Smoke

Smoke lenses come in tint variations that range from lightly gray to almost completely black. The color transmits all of the other colors of the spectrum, so the viewer gets full, true-color perception without distortions. In addition to providing adequate protection on sunny days, smoky tones help combat eye fatigue. The grayish hues are also the best tint for reducing the high glare often encountered when near bodies of water. While a paintball mask equipped with a smoked lens is often used daily, the color is not recommended when engaged in battle in a dense forest, while indoors or at night.

Mirrored

While most are familiar with a basic silver chrome mirrored lens, this tint style comes in virtually every color of the rainbow. Mirrored lenses offer the darkest level of tint available and provide the ultimate protection on a bright sunny day or in the snow while simultaneously providing excellent visibility.

Hybrid

Similar to the varied tint on an automotive windshield, a hybrid lens has smoke or other dark color tinting on the uppermost portion of the lens that fades to clear or a lighter hue toward the bottom of the lens. The gradation provides the best of both worlds by offering clear viewing while inhibiting harsh light from above.

Virtue Spire Paintball Loader Sale at Ultimate Paintball

Starting today at Ultimate Paintball and running until April 21st, 2014 is a SALE on all of our Virtue Spire Paintball Loaders!! The Virtue Spire might just be the best paintball loader in all of paintball. And you have just a few days to grab one for $20 cheaper than the regular store price!!

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The Virtue Spire is the next generation in loader technology with a shot activated sensor,  jam-proof feeding system and a tool-less design that can be taken apart and reassembled in seconds. Not only is the Spire an aggressive, lightweight, and compact design, but it also holds more paint than the leading competitors.

Virtue Spire Paintball Loader Features:

Shot Activated G-Force Sensor Technology
Simple Two-Step, Tool-less Disassembly
Feeds Super Fragile Paint
Ultra Fast, Never Jams
True 200Ö Capacity
Lowest Profile in Paintball
Long Battery Life
Hassle Free Operation

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Easter Sale at Ultimate Paintball

Starting today, April 17 2014,  Ultimate Paintball is having a HUGE Easter Sale on a TON of great paintball items!! This Sale won’t last long, so get to Ultimate Paintball.com before it’s too late and you miss the chance to grab some new paintball gear for a super low price!!

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The Easter Sale will run until Monday April 21st 2014. So you will all have 1 week to get either a gun package, a jersey, a hopper or ANYTHING paintball related that you need or want to give someone for a great Easter gift this year. Don’t wait until it’s too late!! HOP on  over to Ultimate Paintball to get the best gear at the best price with very fast shipping! All of us at Ultimate Paintball hope you all have a HOPPY EASTER!!!

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The Best Ultimate Paintball Markers Under $100

spyderWhether you have recently discovered the sport of paintball or have just finally made the decision to purchase your own equipment instead of renting; choosing paintball markers can seem fairly confusing. Not everyone can afford expensive weaponry or they just prefer not to invest that much money into a side hobby. Elite models can cost  hundreds of dollars or more. There are a number of decent, inexpensive guns on the market that give users a chance to gain skill, develop a style of play and offer versatility, while not emptying out your wallet.

Spyder Xtra Paintball Marker Gun-Black

These lightweight paintball markers feature quality construction while offering respectable performance. Designed for ease of use, the upgraded Xtra version comes equipped with clamping collar feedback. The tool-free striker plug also makes maintenance easier. Recreational users approve of this gun for fun outdoor environments. The many features of the Spyder Xtra include:

* Hard matte finish
* Aluminum construction
* Standard thread foregrip expansion chamber and a vertical adapter
* Pull pin cocking Delrin bolt
* No-slip rubberized grip panel
* Velocity adjustment
* Steel hose line
* Uses CO2 or compressed air
* One-year warranty

 

Azodin Kaos Semi-Auto Paintball Marker Gun – Black or Red

Though priced at well under $100, the Kaos offers impressive features commonly found on paintball markers costing hundreds more, which makes the gun perfect for beginners or experienced veterans alike. The Azodin quickly transitions from single shot to semi-automatic mode. The gun provides optimal performance whether competing in speedball or tournaments. Lightweight, easy to use and decently constructed, the Kaos features:

* A low-rise twist-lock feed neck
* Non-slip rubber grips
* A self-lubricating Delrin bolt
* Double ball detents
* A one-piece 12-inch barrel

 

Tippmann Gryphon Paintball Marker Gun – Black or Red

Though smaller in size, having a mere 10-inch barrel, and extremely light in weight, this is one of the inexpensive paintball markers that delivers ultimate power. The blade trigger provides smooth pulling action. A well-designed internal gas line offers a sleeker, cleaner overall appearance. The Tippmann does not disappoint and proves versatile whether engaged in Capture the Flag or Woodsball. Appropriate for indoors or out, the Gryphon performs well and features:

* An ergonomic front grip
* An inline bolt system
* Center feed design
* Durable composite body construction
* A ported barrel that enhances accuracy while muffling sound

 

Rap4 Tornado Paintball Electric Marker Black + Tacamo Arc Hopper

The Rap4 was designed for versatility as modifying from one conversion to the next takes under a minute’s time. All of the attachments are designed as plug-and-play, making the gun easy to use, upgrade or operate. Pulling maintenance is also a snap. Fieldstrip, clean, oil and reassemble just as quickly. The Rap4′s velocity adjusts from 250fps to 350fps and provides a maximum shooting range of 300 feet. The optional electronic trigger system enables the user to shoot in semi, burst or full-auto modes. With the number of accessories and attachments that are available, the Tornado is one of the most economical paintball markers around. The gun’s many standard features include:

* Uses CO2 or N2
* A vertical feed with a closed receiver and CNC processing
* Durable, corrosion-resistant aluminum body
* External and internal Teflon finish

Paintball Strategy: Knowing your Positions

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It did not take long for paintball strategy and tactics to evolve to the point of designated player positions that can make or break a game. While some positions seem relatively straightforward, they can become muddled as players are removed from the field or when more complicated woodsball games are played. For those that are ready to take their team to the next level, here is a closer look at the basic positions and what skills are needed for each.

The Front

The frontsman, also sometimes referred to as the “front,” is a speedball position that requires tenacity, speed, and the ability to completely trust in one’s teammates. When it comes to paintball strategy for speedball or tournament play, every single player must trust one another, but the fronts take the most aggressive stations and are typically blind to a vast majority of the field. They must rely on the skill and communication of their team to make hits and refrain from being slaughtered.

Mid

The mid player for tournaments is generally seen as the most difficult position for a variety of reasons stemming from paintball strategy. They need a versatile setup that will allow them to lay down suppressive fire for extended periods while still being fast enough to take on a front position if needed. They have to be exceptionally accurate, very athletic, and will be confident in calling out and relaying orders in the heat of a game.

The Back Player

Paintball strategy for the back player is a little more relaxed than the other two positions, but they must be prepared to shoot and yell the entire game. Most back players will never move past the first few bunkers unless the game is very lopsided. They “close down” lanes by laying down fire nonstop and must call out positions, hits, and movement at all times. They are often the last line of defense when a majority of the players are off the field.

Recball

Also referred to as specops paintball, woodsball, and scenario paintball, the teams are much more similar to military units. While many positions are optional, each team must have a strong-willed and knowledgeable leader that can organize games, teams, and squads. Tournament teams have captains as well, but the captain will often take over the role of just another player when the starting horn has been blown. Woodsball players will also need a good amount of riflemen that are a blend of offensive and defensive players with good overall shooting skills and athleticism. For larger fields and games, the role of sniper may come into play with more of a focus on concealed movement and communication than long range kills.

In the end, most players will find themselves playing any mix of positions in order to understand greater paintball strategy and tactics as a whole. It is also important for all players to understand that positions are not dictated by body size, gun style, or the ability to unload thousands of paintballs per match. Instead, these positions are more closely tied to the mindset of the player and their own unique approach to the game.

 

HK Army KLR Paintball Goggle Mask – Black

Now IN STOCK an READY TO SHIP FROM  ULTIMATE PAINTBALL is the brand new HK Army KLR Paintball Goggle Mask – Black!!!  With over 100 years of combined paintball experience, the HK design team has created a goggle system that is both safe and stylish. Composed of a robust blend of thermoplastic elastomer, the design of the KLR facemask protects critical areas of the user, while still promoting supreme breathability and freedom of movement. Featuring three co-molded HDPE inserts, the KLR goggle system can be customized to fit any customer’s aesthetic desires.

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The HK Army KLR Goggle is the first to incorporate a lens retention system that is innovative, safe, and interchangeable. The patent-pending PVT Lock system allows the user to change lenses in mere seconds–the days of gouging your mask and lens with a screwdriver before a game is over. Featuring a large, swiveling hinge system, the PVT Lock system enables users to quickly change their lens and overall appearance of their goggle with the flick of a buckle. Offered in a variety of colors and finishes, users can collect and interchange each side of their PVT Lock to create a look that is unique to them. Bonded to the KLR frame is HK’s new 3D foam–featuring tri-layer, variable density foam technology that creates unparalleled comfort. The base layer is high-density SBR memory foam that absorbs face impacts and braces against the goggle frame, followed by open-cell EVA foam that is ultra-soft and conforms to the facial profile of the wearer. These high-tech foams are then laminated in a velvet microfiber liner that both absorbs sweat from the face and insulates against heat entering the ocular cavity of the frame. The KLR Goggle offers a super high-density compressed EVA foam earpiece that is protective and low-profile. The KLR soft-ear protects the outer and inner ear from impact and abrasion, while maintaining a low profile. Featuring a high-resolution microstitched jacquard strap, the KLR is an industry-first in offering microinjected TPR accent patches for users to further customize their on-field look. Coated with anti-slip silicone on the rear of the strap, the KLR strap is guaranteed against fraying and distortion.

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Paintball Hand Signals 101

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If the enemy is close by and you don’t want to reveal your position by speaking aloud, paintball hand signals are an essential communication system for teams. Unless you’re employing walkie talkies or you’re three feet away from a teammate, a hand signal can go a long way in assisting coordination. Every team should issue their own paintball hand signal system that they’re familiar with. However, basic military signals are usually used as a rule of thumb if a private system has not been engaged. When going into a paintball match, remember to appoint one leader or a couple of squad leaders, depending on how many members are present. Check that everyone understands the numerous hand signals, and instruct teammates to consistently keep an eye out for them.

Regroup

A basic hand signal is the twirling of your pointer finger in a circle in the air. It sets you as the rallying point. Other team members should prepare to move to your position or to follow you from cover. This will make certain that your team remains close and cohesive in moving around the course.

Enemy Spotted

One of the most important paintball hand signals is to call out an enemy. To signify that you have spotted an opposing team member, point to your eyes with your pointer and middle fingers. Then, point specifically at or in the direction of the enemy. This signal will ensure where your team needs to fire or where to watch for movement.

Take Cover

Your team needs to know when to diverge from the established formation and to take cover. A fist in the air should tell your teammates to crouch and lay low. They should take cover wherever possible, whether by crawling or sprinting to the location. Make sure that your flanks and rear are protected.

Stop

A vital part of paintball hand signals is the “stop” motion. An open hand held up in the air indicates that everybody should stop what they’re doing, crouch, and aim in different positions. Also, once a team is stopped, it is easier to give out additional orders and signals.

Move Here, There

Be mindful where you place your teammates. If you want to change directions in where you’re going, hold your pointer and middle fingers together and point in a specific direction. The whole team can move to that area, or you can split members up to precise locations. Differentiate between a team and a person direction change by pointing to a single teammate before signaling. If no one was pointed to before the hand signal, then the entirety of the team should move.

I Do and Don’t Understand

Team members can sometimes have difficulty understanding your orders. Perhaps they’re not fully seeing what you’re motioning. If that’s the case, then it would be helpful to have one or two paintball hand signals that convey these feelings in such circumstances. Putting your pointer and thumb together to form a circle and raising your remaining fingers (the symbol for “okay”) is a common show of understanding. Conversely, an upraised hand tilting from side to side implies that you don’t understand.

Make your Own Paintball Field

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Ever dreamed of having your own private paintball battlefield? Having the ability to host your own paintball games without having to deal with wait times or extra costs to use a field are definitely some major perks to creating your own field. Here we will list some fast and easy steps that you can take to fashion your own paintball field.

Find a Location

How many times have you heard the phrase, “Location, location, location?” Well creating your own paintball field is no different. Your paintball field will be most efficient if you have a spacious backyard, own a piece of private land, or have been given prior permission on a plot to use. Do not go out and assume you can occupy any random space that you have found for your own use. Be wary of your intended field’s surroundings and be smart about your location; make sure that it is in an area that is safe and secure. Remember to check with local laws and be 100% sure that you are complying with all regulations; the last thing you want is to get fined for disregarding something so easily avoidable.

Create Obstacles

Aside from actually playing; building structures and fortifications for your field is probably going to be the most creative part of crafting your own playing ground. If you want to speed up the process, you can use any available items such as old furniture, mattresses, cardboard boxes, and scrap wood to use as small bunkers for your field. If it is big enough for you to hide behind and you don’t care about getting some paint on it, it will likely be a perfect fit. If they are accessible to you: empty barrels, wooden planks, camouflage netting, and sandbags also make for some amazing makeshift cover. If you are feeling a bit more inspired and you have the resources, you can build some bunkers out of raw materials such as creating small pillbox style fortifications out of cement and concrete bricks or even dig some trenches for people to lay in for cover. This step allows for imagination as it is all about giving your field that special touch. Be sure to double check your work for anything that could be hazardous to the players on your field, such as rusty metal edges, exposed nails, etc.

Get your Gear Ready

If you have not purchased all of your gear yet, then now is the time. Paintball guns, modifications, safety gear, C02 tanks, and paintballs are all essential items needed to play a quality game of paintball. The importance of the use of safety gear on your paintball field cannot be stressed enough and it is highly encouraged to take the necessary precautions to purchase what you need in order to have an awesome, yet safe time.

Invite your Friends

Of course; no paintball games on your newly created field would be complete without players. Send out those texts, emails, phone calls, and online messages to your friends and rally the troops for battle. You and your friends can plan tournaments, create game scenarios like capture the flag, or duke it out with whichever competitions appeal to you.

3 Things to Consider when Preparing For Paintball Night Games

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The paintball experience can be both rewarding and fun. This is a sport that is growing in popularity due to the teamwork and competition involved. However, there is more to this activity then simply running around and shooting paint at an opponent. There are complex positions and strategies that make this a game of wits. A daytime match of paintball can be a difficult game to win, but playing at night makes it even more complicated. To stand a chance against your nighttime competitors, keep these important considerations when playing a game come nightfall.

Using Night Vision

There are many players that use night vision devices. Monoculars are popular and, in some cases, players can even bring Forward Looking Infra-Red (or FLIR) scopes that mount to the top of the paintball gun. These scopes can easily cut through the darkness and spot a potential opponent. However, these types of scopes are not very common. It is important to remember that players with night vision devices may have an advantage; but there are several ways to defeat them. First, night vision can become challenging for players because they must frequently focus their eyes on a small area. Additionally, the infrared on the night vision device can give away the users position. Although there are some advantages and disadvantages to using night vision; the devices can be useful for much more easily seeing opponents and the playing field.

Use Flashlights Carefully

A flashlight is a good tool to have during a paintball game whether it is used or not. When maneuvering around the field, a flashlight can help to see undetected obstacles and keep players from tripping. When used carefully during a game, the light can brighten a darkened area to reveal sneaky opponents. Some opponents will actually freeze when the light is placed on them – creating a useful advantage. On the other hand, some opponents will see the light and begin shooting at it. It is important to remember that using a flashlight will almost always tell the opposition more about you than about them. In some cases, flashlights can be used to momentarily, yet harmlessly, blind players and secure a defeat. Flashlights are a good tool for night games; however, it is important to use them carefully and sparingly.

Beware of Fogging Goggles

Many experienced players have learned the hard way that goggles fog up quite often during the day. However, the effect is significantly worse at night. To prevent this from happening, players can apply an anti-fog spray to the lens. It is also important to remember to remove dark colored lenses that are worn during daytime play. These dark lenses can add to visibility issues. If goggles fog up during night games, never remove the goggles to clear the fog. This will inadvertently make the problem worse. Experienced players look downward and grab the front of the goggles while pumping them away from the face. This process helps to circulate fresh air inside the mask and clear the fog. Some players also use baby shampoo on the lenses to prevent fog from collecting.

These are only a few things to consider when competing in a nighttime game of paintball. There are many other concerns that can help secure a win or cause defeat. Experienced players have learned the ropes of nighttime play through trial and error. However, whether playing during the day or at night; it is important to remain safe, follow the rules, and most of all have fun.

 

 

D3FY Sports D3S Paintball Gun

Now in stock and ready to ship from Ultimate Paintball is the new D3FY Sports D3S Paintball Gun!! Available in 5 different color schemes to match your style and character. The D3S paintball marker has been designed to be user friendly and extremely reliable. It’s been tested in various scenarios and stressed to the max. No matter what we put it through, it continues to operate with supreme consistency. Step up your game without breaking the bank with the D3FY D3S Paintball Marker.

emai1 This D3FY paintball marker has been designed to perform at a high-end level without a high-end price tag. The D3S is made of an aluminum construction with a polyvinyl chloride outer body shell (Rhyno Skin) body cover. The Marker features our F2 Bolt engine, which incorporates the spool-bolt and regulator in one piece allowing for low operating pressures between 150 and 160 psi. The D3S marker was designed with two things in mind, optimum performance at affordable pricing. Get yours today at Ultimate Paintball!!

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Tippmann Cronus Tactical Paintball Gun Package

Wanting to upgrade to a new gun that has a cool look, great performance, and comes with a few key paintball accessories, and at a VERY reasonable price? Then Ultimate Paintball has exactly what you are looking for!! The Tippmann Cronus Tactical Paintball Gun 3Skull Mega Set is a perfect paintball gun package. The Tippmann Cronus Tactical combines high performance with incredible durability in a milsim body. The Cronus features our reliable in-line bolt system in a high-impact composite body with soft over molded rubber grips. This marker can easily be modified by mounting an assortment of accessories on any one of the four picatinny rails.

cronThe Tippmann Cronus Package includes:

  • Tippmann Cronus Gun
  • GXG XVSN Mask with Visor & Anti Fog Lens
  • 3Skull Coil Remote Hose Coiled Thick Air Line
  • 3Skull 6+1 Deluxe Paintball Harness Black
  • 6 – 140 Round Heavy Duty Ultimate Paintball Clear Tubes
  • 3Skull Padded Gun Case Black
  • 1oz Gold Cup Oil
  • 3Skull 21″ Orange Jerk Squeegee
  • 3Skull 20 Ounce CO2 Tank(empty)
  • 3Skull 200rd Black Hopper

croIn stock and ready to ship from Ultimate Paintball is this awesome Tippmann Package! So if you are second guessing on getting a new gun, this is the gun and package that will be the deciding factor and you won’t regret it!!

 

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