March Product of the Month: Ninja SL Carbon Fiber Air Tank

Ninja Paintball SL Carbon Fiber 68ci/4500psi Air Tank w/ Pro V2 Regulator

 

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This month we have chosen the Ninja Paintball SL Carbon Fiber 68ci/4500psi Air Tank w/ Pro V2 Regulator as our featured product of the month. This system is one of the lightest and highest flowing paintball tanks available today.

As one of the most respected tanks in the paintball industry, the Ninja Paintball SL Carbon Fiber Tank is great for any scenario or competitive player as it provides about 1200-1300 shots with just one fill.

Features

  • 68 cubic inch bottle and 4500psi
  • 5 year hydro
  • Superlite bottle
  • D.O.T. approved

To get your sleek Ninja Paintball SL Carbon Fiber Tank today, click here!

Azodin Zenith II Electronic Paintball Marker Gun

Now In Stock and Ready to Ship from Ultimate Paintball is the new Azodin Zenith II Electronic Paintball Marker Gun. Available in 3 different colors to match your style. The ZII is the pinnacle of design and performance for the stack tube blow-back platform.  When the ZII was developed, we focused our efforts on improving its operation and performance. The result was the creation of the Zen OLED board and the ZeRO-D System.

 

Z21The Zen OLED board is the conscious of the ZII and is the first user programmable board on an Azodin marker. The board features new logic which helps to prolong battery life and decrease voltage requirements. The ZeRO-D system is the soul of the ZII and threads directly onto the body. The new design improves the durability of the ZeRO Housing and it allows for quicker maintenance of the ZeRO-D System. When paired with the Mass Flow Valve, the ZeRO-D lowers the operating pressure of the ZII. The ZII showcases Azodin’s next generation of markers and establishes new performance benchmarks for the STBB Platform.  Make sure you pick up your Azodin Zenith II from Ultimate Paintball today!!

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How to Become a Paintball Pro

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Professional sports are one of the most lucrative industries in the world today, and it seems that everybody wants in on the action. Due to its success, the industry has expanded to include non-traditional sports such as video gaming and arm wrestling. Competitive paintballing is another extreme sport that’s gained tons of exposure and popularity over the years, and paying leagues are starting to pop up in various places throughout the country. If you want to make a living entertaining yourself and others, here are some tips on how to make it as a paintball pro.

Make Up Your Mind, and Set Your Goals

Playing professional sports is a dream for many people, but the truth is that most won’t ever make it big. However, this fact should not keep you from enjoying what you love to do. Most professional athletes never expected to go to the pros. They simply stuck with their passion year after year, while brushing off every word of discouragement. This is how you should approach becoming a paintball pro as well. Set your goals, one step at a time, and do everything in your power to achieve them. Making it to the pros is both a matter of physical strength and mental strength. If you don’t have the will to see things through, you’ve already given up.

Practice like Your Life Depends on It

It’s true that some paintballers are just naturally good at the game, but consistent practice can transform any newbie into an expert player. Like with any other sport, you’re going to have to dedicate most of your free time to getting better. That means practicing drills over and over until the movements become natural to you.

Some of the fundamental techniques you’re going to have to master include: stationary shooting, running and gunning, snap shooting, and ducking for cover. Stationary shooting is basic target practice. The exercise builds your accuracy, precision, and timing. Running and gunning is something that all paintball pros can do very well. When you’re running around, you’re defenseless. Shooting and running is primarily a defensive maneuver, but it can also be used to ambush unsuspecting opponents. Snap shooting refers to popping out from behind cover to fire a few shots, then retreating to your safe spot. You’ll need to master both ducking for cover and snap shooting to be an effective player.

Get Into Great Physical Shape

Paintballing is a very physical activity. To keep up with the best of the best, you should train like a serious athlete. This means building stamina and strength using traditional methods. Running is the most effective way to enhance your cardiovascular health so that you don’t burn out during play. Weight training will give you the muscles to perform explosive movements and lug around all that heavy gear without tiring too quickly. Condition each day, and supplement your training with nutritious meals and lots of rest.

Enter Local and Amateur Competitions for Exposure

To become a paintball pro, you have to showcase your skills. The only real way to do so is to enter every competition you can. Only when you’ve caught the attention of pro recruiters, sponsors, and other industry big wigs will you have a shot at going pro.

Network with Other Players

During your competitions, get to know your teammates and even your opponents. They can provide you with some very valuable advice on the technicalities of paintball and how to get noticed. Having the right connections can exponentially boost your chances of becoming a paintball pro.

How to Keep your Paintball Marker Running Like New

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A high quality paintball marker is not a cheap investment and like most expensive items, you want to ensure it lasts for a long time. Proper paintball marker usage, maintenance, and cleaning are the key tasks to keeping your gun working efficiently for years to come. Whether you’re a professional paintball player or just a weekend warrior, following these simple tips will keep your paintball marker operating at peak condition.

Important Note: Always remove the air source from you paintball gun before performing any maintenance or cleaning.

Clean Your Marker

Mud, dust, and dried paint are like a disease that will slowly kill the performance of your marker. A dirty marker is less accurate, jams frequently, and will not re-cock properly. A little bit of routine cleaning will make a huge difference in the reliability of your paintball marker. First, always make sure to wipe down the marker after every use. Pay attention to removing all mud and dust from any moving parts. The increased friction from dirt will cause premature failure to those parts. Next, disassemble the marker and wipe down each piece with a water dampened cloth. Make sure that you do not use any chemicals or cleaners that may hurt the finish or integrity of the gun material. Finally, the barrel is an essential part to clean. Take a squeegee and make sure all wet or dried paint is removed from the inside of the barrel. Residual paint in the barrel will decrease accuracy and may even cause paintballs to break apart. Remember that a clean paintball gun is a fun paintball gun.

Properly Lubricate Your Marker

The most important thing to do before lubricating you marker is to read the instruction manual. The instruction manual will identify what type of oil or grease is specifically needed for your marker and the interval frequency suggested for lubricating your marker. Paintball markers all have moving parts and need this lubricant to function properly. Remember to use lubricant in small increments. Too much lubricant is just as bad as no lubricant. Excess oil and grease will attract dirt to the moving parts of the marker. A properly lubricated marker will be more accurate and experience fewer failures during game time.

Always Check the O-Rings

Compressed air propels the paintballs from your marker. The o-ring seals that hold the compressed air in the paintball gun are essential to achieve peak performance. Listen for any audio cues coming from your gun. If the marker is consistently hissing, it probably has a busted o-ring. Before removing and inspecting the o-rings, please read your owner’s manual. It is important to identify the location of each o-ring on the marker for reassembly. Visually inspect each o-ring for any cuts or tears and replace as needed.

Change Your Batteries Regularly

Sometimes you marker will just not work properly – this is a good hint that your battery may need charging or replacement. A marker that has enough battery power to fire may not have enough power to work at its best. Many times the fix to the problem requires a simple battery change. Having sufficient power in the paintball gun will save you many headaches on game day. Make sure to check your batteries before every usage and to keep a spare set of batteries while playing.

Keep It Out of the Muck

A clean paintball gun makes a happy paintball player. Unfortunately, paintball is always the most exciting when enjoyed in not-so-clean settings (such as the mud and rain), conditions that can wreak havoc on maintaining a properly working marker.  When playing in these circumstances, try to avoid fully submersing your gun in the water or mud. A good idea is to use a plastic wrap over the top of your paintball marker to keep it out the elements. It isn’t always easy to keep your marker completely free of mud and water, but doing so will keep it running smoothly for years.

Dye Assault Matrix DAM Paintball Marker Gun

In stock and ready to ship from Ultimate Paintball is the incredible Dye Dam Paintball Gun. If you are a serious woodsballer and want to own your competition, the Dye Assault Matrix DAM Paintball Marker Gun is the gun that will help you do that. Based on a custom design by Youngblood himself, the DAM’s trigger incorporates vertical ridges and an extra wide face, used by top firearms competition shooters. This design ensures steady trigger feel even in the most adverse conditions with or without gloves. Customizable forward and backward travel with spring tension adjustment create the perfect pull. With the push of a button the DAM can switch from Semi Auto to Three Round Burst to Fully Automatic, or if you want to get fancy you can even program specific firing modes that cater to your style of play. All changes can be done with your gun fully assembled, even mid-game. A board lock- out can be implemented to get you on the tournament field or any firing- mode-restricted areas. Precision or volume, just a button away. The all new In-Line regulator is based on the proven Hyper line of regulators and improves on it with the easiest access and simplest break down of any gun Dye has made. With the Quick Release Bolt any operator can toollessly access their bolt and regulator in one simplified assembly. Now all parts that require standard maintenance are accessed with 2 turns. With velocity adjustment accessible through the back cap, we’ve moved the regulator out of the way for that real military look and operation. The DAM comes magazine feed ready. Ambidextrous magazine release for right and left handed users makes reloading a snap and allows you to keep an extremely low profile, even when reloading. All Dye magazines are Shaped Projectile ready and waiting to deliver each shot just like a real firearm. Leave the accuracy-by-volume to the trigger monkeys and do it like the big boys. One shot, one kill.

blogThe 2 interchangeable shroud sections and front cap allow the operator to reconfigure the DAM for any style of play. With all shroud sections installed, the DAM has over 2 feet of standard Picatinny rails.  All side and bottom rails are removable and interchangeable. Picatinny rails are standard for fire arms and will allow attachment of any standard optics, grips, etc. Be the most versatile player on the field with the all new OTF system. Combined with the rotating eye pipe gearing, this system allows the operator of the DAM unprecedented options for loading capabilities. With the slide of the OTF switch, the operator can seamlessly move from traditional hopper fed, to magazine fed loading, and back again at a moments notice. Use your shaped projectile rounds when you need precise shots and go back to regular paint when volume is necessary. The Dye DAM comes standard with a feedneck Cover Plate that can replace the feedneck assembly giving the operator an unbroken top Picatinny Rail compatible with all standard military optics. Reduces your profile and gives your DAM the most realistic look and feel. It also comes with an adjustable cam lock feedneck allows you to securely lock you loader onto your gun without tools. DYE’s cam lock feed neck sits low and tight on the marker making sure your loader stays low profile with the rest of your gear. The Eye Pipe, patent pending, internal design houses multiple critical systems that ensure worry free performance. The polycarbonate pipe shields the self-cleaning anti-chop eye system from dirt and broken paint, ensuring the eyes are always monitoring the breech and ball drop. The seamless pipe is wiped clean by the bolt tip o-ring on every cycle. The Eye Pipe system also eliminates miss feeds and double feeding. In addition it eliminates external eye plates and the potential of stripped or corroded eye plate mounting screws. With even easier Toolless access to the battery and extra thick ergonomic design, this all new grip improves on every aspect of these top-of-their- class grips.

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Common Paintball Injuries

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Paintball is a sport that is a lot of fun, but it can also come equipped with substantial risk of injury. While the safety gear that is used to play paintball is generally sufficient for protection, it cannot always 100 percent effective. Players can suffer injuries that range from mild to very severe, but the vast majority of players will remain relatively safe providing they wear the right gear and take safety precautions. Here is a look at some of the most common paintball injuries that players incur.

Scrapes and Cuts

While people think that the most common paintball injuries result from getting hit by  fast-flying paintballs; scrapes and cuts are more likely to occur. Players can easily scrape, bruise and cut themselves when they are in the midst of heavy paintball action. They may jump behind a barrier for safety or dive out of the way, forcefully brushing against an object with enough impact to leave a mark. Players can help to prevent these types of injuries by wearing ample safety padding and being careful about how they maneuver through the paintball course.

Knee and Ankle Injuries

Just like all other types of action sports, a very common type of injury in paintball is twisting a knee or ankle. Players frequently make sharp turns while they are engaging in a paintball battle. These types of sudden movements can certainly lead to injuries if players are not careful. It is best to warm up and get a good stretch in before playing to help prevent these kinds of injuries. Wearing supportive footwear, ankle braces and knee braces can also help in prevention.

Bruises

Paintballs are fired out of the muzzles of paintball guns at around 300 feet per second. When the balls hit unprotected skin at this speed, they are highly likely to leave a nasty bruise. This is why it is so important for players to wear the right safety garments. Even with high quality paintball armor on, there will always be little gaps where paintballs have a chance to impact the skin. Luckily, these injuries are not serious even though they may be a bit sensitive to the touch and even gruesome to look at.

Head and Eye Injuries

Although these are the least common types of injuries that occur to paintball players, they need to be discussed due to the seriousness of their damage. A paintball that hits a player’s eye could be so severe it could potentially lead to the loss of the eye. Players must always wear high-quality safety goggles to prevent such a scenario. Also, players should never shoot at each other inside of a distance of 10 feet to help thwart any accidents.

Head injuries can be even more dangerous. Players who fall and bang their head while playing could experience concussions, brain hemorrhaging and even death. It is crucial that players always wear quality safety helmets to constantly keep their heads protected during paintball matches.

As long as players are always diligent about wearing the right safety equipment and playing safely, they can keep their paintball injuries to a minimum.

Empire D*Fender- 2 New Colors

Empire Paintball has recently released 2 new colors of the Empire D*Fender! Now in stock and ready to ship from Ultimate Paintball is the new Empire D*Fender “Dark Earth” Loader Integrated Paintball Gun and the new Empire D*Fender “Army Green” Loader Integrated Paintball Gun!!

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The innovative genius of Empire Paintball has been at it again with the creation of the Empire D*Fender. This radical design moves the loader from off the top of the marker and places it within the stock of this bullpup-style masterpiece. The D*Fender has ultra-strong, lightweight magnesium shells with the high performance guts of the Axe marker and Empire loader technology inside. Reduce your silhouette and never take a hit on your loader again. Forget its name, with the D*Fender in your hands, you’ll attack!

def1You can pick up either the “Dark Earth” D*Fender or the “Army Green” D*Fender from Ultimate Paintball today!!  Be the first one on the course to be owning your competition with this amazing gun while also having the color to match your style and character!!

Morph Fire Paintball to BB Gun Converter for Spyder Markers

In stock and ready to ship from Ultimate Paintball is the incredible Morph Fire Paintball to BB Gun Converter for Spyder Markers!! This thing is awesome and is a brilliant idea from Morph Fire!

bloThe Morph Fire Converter turns your paintball gun into a wicked powerful 600 FPS 6MM BB Gun. Converts in less than 60 seconds, works with nitrogen, Co2, or compressed air, is made from monster-strong , long-strand glass-infused urethane and handles hot weather, cold weather and whatever apocalyptic weather conditions that may come its way.

blo1And this sucker is fast. It can load and fire 260 BB’s before a comparable BB Gun can load once. When you’re attaching it to your Spyder Fenix, Electra, Pilot, Sonix, Xtra, Victor, or Aggressor you know you’re adding one thing: POWER.  Get yours today from Ultimate Paintball!

Morph Fire Molded Product Warning: “WARNING: IMPROPER OR UNSAFE USE OF THIS PRODUCT MAY CAUSE SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH. NEVER POINT THIS PRODUCT AT ANY PERSON OR LIVING CREATURE OR AT ANYTHING YOU DO NOT INTEND TO SHOOT. THIS IS NOT A TOY, AND IT MUST BE USED WITH CARE. DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT UNTIL YOU HAVE COMPLETELY READ AND UNDERSTOOD THE OWNER’S MANUAL. USER AND THOSE WITHIN 600 FEET OF USER MUST WEAR APPROPRIATE EYE AND FACE PROTECTION AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY GUIDELINES FOUND IN THE OWNER’S MANUAL.”

 

Paintball Team Recruiting Tips

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Paintball is packed full of action and provides a great adrenalin rush while also being a source of camaraderie. However, sometimes maintaining a paintball team can be challenging at times as a result of multiple factors. The best players may not always be available due to scheduling, and as much fun as it is to play with close friends, skill levels may not always be up to par. To put together a stellar paintball team, follow these recruitment tactics and in no time you should have a well-rounded, enthusiastic squad.

Advertise

Don’t be shy when it comes to advertising. It’s an effective way to get the word out that you are on the search for new players or will be hosting tryouts in the near future – you never know who could potentially see these ads. Advertising does not necessarily mean spending money on ads and flyers, instead, focus on free viral marketing. Use social media outlets like Facebook or Twitter to recruit new members, as well as to maintain your current team. Setup a page just for your team that shows scheduling, tournament information and plenty of photos and videos.  All of this type of social advertising makes your team that much more attractive to potential recruits. Also, consider using paintball trade magazines, websites and blogs to recruit new players, especially those specific to your area. Craigslist is an excellent resource for garnering attention and creating a buzz. As with most advertising, the more hype the better, so don’t be afraid to get vocal.

Build a Website

A team website is a great way to boast about your wins, accomplishments, equipment and team. It attracts players in your area and lets them know when practice and tournaments are being held. If someone is considering trying out for your team, your website could make or break their decision. Make sure to put the teams name boldly at the top of your site and list your city, state and make sure it is visually pleasing. Dedicate a page to your team’s roster and list how each person contributes to the group, to emphasize the respect and pride your team members have. Include links to your social media pages as well, to create consistency on all channels.  It is crucial to have a contact page or contact information clearly visible in order for any interested players to easily get a hold of you.

Friends and Family

Help the sport grow by inviting family and friends to play on your team. Paintball can be an awesome experience for new players and it offers loads of fun, along with excellent physical exercise. Recruiting new team members provides a great chance to educate people about a sport that is lesser known. In fact, many people who are die-hard paintball players were introduced to the sport in just this way. You never know who may be the next budding star – it could be your best friend or even your younger sibling!

Paintball is an excellent way to learn about teamwork and communication. Members have a chance to use strategic skills mastered over time to conquer an opponent. While winning is important, bonding with friends and having a good time is an added benefit. Paintball teams are a great way to stay active while enjoying quality time with your teammates.

Top Workouts for Paintballers

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Paintball is not just a weekend pastime anymore. Gone are the days when paintball was only used as a corporate team building exercise or an activity to do on a whim with a couple of buddies. Over the past ten years, paintball has become a sport where individuals or teams compete vigorously for more than just bragging rights. Professional teams play varieties of styles, such as woodsball and speedball, earning salaries that are comparable with athletes in other more widely known sports. In fact, in 2006, Oliver Lang inked a deal that earned him $100,000 and made him the highest paid paintball player in the world.

So, how do paintball players prepare for the rigorous physical activity required in the sport? With game play that is very replicative of military maneuvers, participants must focus on a regimen that keeps them quick, agile, and resilient. Here are some of the exercises that are perfect for paintball players.

Core Work

Core work is excellent for paintball players because it is imperative to have strong core muscles when partaking in a variety of practical tactics during a battle, such as army crawls. A strong core affects the ability to pump ones legs and run quickly, hurdle down objects, and make sudden direction changes. Planks and weighted abs are great options for strengthening the core muscles.

Sprinting

Quick. That’s a word that should be connected to paintball as an inherent part of the sport. Paintball players who have speed on their side tend to have the upper hand. Those who do not have this ability naturally can improve their skills by doing sprint training. Pumping ones legs up and down while standing in a pool, or simply running in place, will help prepare your body for the intense spurts of movement required for sprinting. Once you feel comfortable, engage in daily sprints. Try and increase the number or distance you do each day, and over time, participants will be able to see a marked change in their speed.

Endurance Training

Cardiovascular levels are paramount in this active, fast-paced sport. While there are times where strategy wins out and movements should be slow and calculated, there are also times when endurance takes over and participants must be ready to tax themselves at a moment’s notice. Burpees, mountain climbers, and interval training come in handy here. Running on a treadmill and going hard for 30 seconds, then recovering for 30 seconds over a span of 20 minutes will provide that HIIT (high-intensity interval training) boost that paintballers need.

Body Weight Exercises

There’s nothing wrong with a couple of good, old fashioned squats. With the amount of crouching and crab crawling essential in paintball, squats and lunges are extremely applicable to your workout routine. They strengthen the legs and build the muscles needed to make your strategy effective. Pushups help with shoulder fatigue and overall arm strength. It’s time to whip out those old calisthenics, because they still work and always will.
Paintball players pull from a wide range of skills to be effective in the game. Being physically prepared in conjunction with planning strategic moves is prudent to remain competitive in battle. Whether you are a weekend warrior out to tag your buddies before they get you, have aspirations of making it to the big leagues, or are already a professional paintball player, these exercises will help you improve your physical endurance and keep you ahead in the game.

Empire Paintball HEX Gear Bags

Now in stock and ready to ship at Ultimate Paintball is the brand spankin’ new Empire Paintball HEX Gear Bags!!  Empire knows that just having the best looking, best-performing paintball jerseys, pants and gear isn’t enough: you have to get it all to the paintball field and back! Get your gear to the game in one of the best paintball gear bags on the planet!

empUltimate Paintball offers the Empire HEX Gear Bags in 5 different styles to suit your needs. We have the XLT Rolling Gear Bag, Carry-On Bag, Transit Rolling Gear Bag, Brief Pack, and the Day Pack.  Each one of these gear bags has great features that will help you in getting all your gear to the field and protecting that gear at the same time. Why have all your stuff in 3 different bags when you can fit it all into 1?! Get yours today from Ultimate Paintball!!

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HK Army Paintball Hardline Knee and Elbow Pads

Now in stock and ready to ship from Ultimate Paintball is the HK Army Paintball Hardline Knee and Elbow Pads! The HK Army Paintball Hardline Knee Pads are designed to increase performance, comfort and protection during game play. Soft gel padding lines the interior of the knee pad to ensure superior comfort and maximum protection. Strategically placed aero-mesh vents provide ample ventilation to keep you cool on the field. The The triangular cuts at the knee joint improve mobility and the pads are equipped with two adjustable straps for fit.

blog1To complete your set of protective gear HK Army also offers the HK Army Paintball Hardline Elbow Pads. These pads are designed to improve performance and comfort during any style of game play. Soft gel padding lines the interior of the arm pad to ensure superior comfort and maximum protection. Strategically placed aero-mesh vents provide ample ventilation to keep you cool on the field. Adjustable straps for your wrist and bicep have been incorporated to reduce pad movement and improve fit. The lightweight, stretch, half-glove supplies stability when diving or crawling.

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Paintball Preseason Checklist

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If paintball is new to you, congratulations! You’re about to embark on an incredibly exciting and enjoyable experience that could soon become your new addiction. As the weather is beginning to warm up (or so it should be), we have compiled a list of things you can cross off your list in preparation of the paintball season ahead.

Observing Others

First, you will want to watch others who are veterans to the sport. This is particularly true if you’re new to the game, or haven’t been active in a while. Obviously you should take note on strategies utilized throughout game play, but also pay attention to experienced player’s tactics before play begins. Some people walk all around the field and observe the obstacles and various bunkers so that they have a game plan when they step on the playing field. This sort of prior awareness will guarantee you aren’t randomly running around and freaking out once the battle begins.

The Right Equipment

The next step in your paintball preparation is finding the right equipment to buy for your game. The first piece of gear all paintball players need is a gun or marker. The type of paintball game you’re playing determines the weapon you will choose. For example, if you’re a wood ball player, you may want to go with the Tippman. These markers are reliable and durable. Those playing on speed ball or air ball fields will want a marker that can fire about 15 balls a second. There are several guns that fit this description. Some guns are more “top of the line” than others, so take the time to research and find out which one suits you best.

If you already own equipment, you will want to make sure it is thoroughly cleaned and working properly. Take apart all pieces and wipe them down completely. Taking a few practice target shots will let you know if the guns are still functioning properly.

Paintball Mask

Once you have your marker, you need to be sure to have a good mask. There are several makes and models to choose from. Some masks have colored or tinted lenses. As cool as they might look, however, it is important to keep in mind that the purpose of the mask is to simply protect your eyes and face. Safety is the biggest concern when considering paintball gear. To buy the correct mask, make sure the fit is secure. Remember, it’s not how it looks on you that matters, but how it fits. If it doesn’t fit right, it’s not the right product for you.

Other Protective Gear

Other paintball preparation gear you might consider purchasing are generally optional pieces but may be a smart acquisition if you are concerned about injury. If you think the sting of a paintball hit is too much, you can invest in some pieces of body armor made of plastic that protect your chest, back, legs and arms. They aren’t required for the game, but many novice and seasoned players alike prefer to use them.

Paintball Tubes

Beyond gun and safety considerations, you will also need a device to carry your paintballs. Most people buy a special carrying belt that holds tubes filled with their paintball ammo. Tubes usually hold up to 200 paintballs, but usually the number of balls carried is determined by the style of play.

Getting in Shape 

The final step of preparation, or possibly the first depending on how out of shape you are, is preparing your body for the season. It is crucial that you are able to physically keep up with the other players throughout the game. That being said, you should ensure you stay active during the preseason, focusing on cardio and endurance, so when the season starts you will be able to last throughout the entire game.

Empire Invert Mini GS Paintball Gun

Now available as a PREORDER item at Ultimate Paintball is the new Empire Invert Mini GS Paintball Gun! You can place your PREORDER with Ultimate Paintball today! It will process like a regular order then we will ship the gun when we get them in stock! Available in 4 different new colors to match your character and style! Be the first in line to have this awesome new gun from Empire!

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The GS is the new reskin of the Invert Mini for 2014–featuring new colors, some updated features, and overall nice upgrades that make the gun a fierce contender at its price point. The new GS has an overmolded, color accent coordinated front rubber grip and rubber grip panel that is a nice, supple rubber but still tough and tear-resistant. The trigger has seemingly gotten more ergonomic, and the grips are a HUGE improvement from the previous generation–and each new model comes with a color coordinated front\rear grip set. The feedneck has been updated to the Empire Sniper-style feedneck, which is less prone to breaking–it uses a threaded stem that engages in the body, and then a collar-style QD cam-lock feedneck that clamps over the stem. The Mini GS now comes stock with a flip-lever, self-venting on\off ASA. Slimmed down, easy access back-cap, also color-coordinated. Revised barrel milling, one piece, 14″ barrel. Place your PREORDER for the Empire Invert Mini GS soon as you can so you can be one of the first to have this sweet new gun!

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Ninja SL 68cu/4500psi Superlite Paintball Tank w/ V2 SLP Regulator

Coming soon to Ultimate Paintball is the new Ninja SL 68cu/4500psi Superlite Paintball Tank w/ V2 SLP Regulator!! This tank is amazingly light and will perform better than any tank in the paintball world.  These bottles are 30% lighter than standard carbon fiber 68/4500 tanks. This bottle is the lightest DOT approved tank in the USA!

ninEquipped with the new V2 SLP Regulator this tank just simply can’t be matched. With a weight of around 1.2 pounds it makes your set up lighter with still the great performance that all Ninja tanks provide.  Ultimate Paintball will have the Ninja Superlite Tank available as soon as Ninja can get em out! So keep an eye out for this awesome product and be the first one rockin this bad boy.  nin1

 

Paintball Guns, Paintball Markers, Paintball Gear & More

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