So taking a gander here at the Dye M2 and I’m pretty impressed. The Dye m2 countours more elegantly than most of the other speedball markers I’ve encountered. Seems as if dye has gone up a notch this year. I’m looking forward to the Dye M2 changes in color or maybe even Dye m2 upgrades for better optimization. The Dye M2 would provide me a really good competitive edge.
Refined over 12 years of paintball marker manufacturing, innovation, and experience, DYE’s M2 marker is the new benchmark for performance and beauty. Based on the legendary DM series platform and meticulously re-engineered from the ground up, the new M2 boasts improvements in every component. DYE’s artisan approach to the M2 is distinctly evident from the marker’s elegant contours. Sharp, aggressive lines flow seamlessly across the M2 without basic screw heads or intrusive cover plates violating the aesthetics of the marker.
But the M2’s substance is more than just skin deep. Now with the introduction of the Method Operating System (MOS) and Prism Interface, DYE’s software gives you a vital look into the heart of the M2. The 1 inch, full color, high resolution OLED screen helps give instant clarity into the M2’s unmatched performance. Internal pressure sensors, service systems, expanded operational control, and multiple player profiles are just a few of the many new features that make the MOS the next evolution in electronic control systems. With extraordinary performance, comfort, and unprecedented beauty, the M2 is the new definition of luxury craftsmanship in paintball markers.
Taking another gander at the website with Dye i’m seeing the DM-15 speedball marker. This DM-15 is pretty light just getting a feel for it, Just a little over two pounds I can handle my own out on the field. For some of you seasoned dye owners they went all out with the DM-15 offering that same Dye performance with the extra boost of versatility.
The DM series represents over ten years of paintball marker evolution. This year the Dye Engineering staff was able to achievenearly half an inch in profile reduction over its predecessors by incorporating a no rise feed neck into the body of the Marker. As if that wasn’t enough, the DM is nowavailable with a Billy Wing Bolt Kit as a standard feature. It is also easier to clean and maintain than ever before with the Quick Release push button bolt release. Coupling the new body styling and slimmed down version of the hyper 4 regulator sleeve makes this latest version of the DM the most ergonomically pleasing DM to date. When you take the field you can be sure Dye has spared no expense in putting the best pure performance marker in your hands. The DM is weighing in at 2.2 pounds.
WIth these two new introductions to dye we as paintballers are going to have an absolutely good time, I look forward to the main events in paintball to see all those Dye M2’s and DM-15’s out shooting 20-25 a second. Let’s face everybody getting lit up with paint is kinda our addiction.