Dangerous Power Fusion Elite Paintball Gun

Set to be released soon and will be available at Ultimate Paintball is the brand new Dangerous Power Fusion Elite Paintball Gun! Dangerous Power has been at it again and is stepping up their game to the next level. The Dangerous Power Fusion Elite will be seen on paintball fields all over the world. This marker has everything it takes to keep up and own your competition.

newThe DP Fusion Elite features a true pneumatic two-way solenoid (no more spring return!!), new RAPS On/Off, overmolded grip,  OLED board, and revised barrel, and it is also macroless.

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Make sure to check Ultimate Paintball’s Facebook page and website for a release date for this great new marker that is coming out soon!

 

Guerrilla Air 68ci 4500psi Woodland Camo Nitro Paintball Tank

Guerrilla Air is launching a release of a brand new compressed air tank that will be available for purchase here soon! The Guerrilla Air 68ci 4500psi Woodland Camo Nitro Paintball Tank has the same great features, durability and quality of all the other Guerrilla Air tanks! Only now they have made the same great tank in a new color that is very popular in the paintball world!

gaThese Guerrilla Air Woodland Camo tanks will be available at Ultimate Paintball soon! So keep your eyes peeled for the release of this new tank!

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Splatmaster Paintball z200 Shotgun Backyard Set Up

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Terminator has nothing on the JT SplatMaster z200 Shotgun. The smooth, quick pump action and 15 rounds of Ammo make for endless shooting fun. Whether shooting targets or playing against friends, the z200 has you covered. Shooting up to 100+ feet, the z200 shoots straight and true with marksman accuracy up to 50 feet. The z200 package comes loaded with a reusable target for sharpening your skills, game play options and instructions. Get in the Game!

Splatmaster Shotgun Set Includes

  • 2 JT SplatMaster z200 Paintball Shotgun .50 Cal – Red
  • JT SplatMaster 1000ct Ammo
  • 2 Gen X Global GXG XVSN Paintball Mask Goggles – Black
  • 2 JT SplatMaster Nuke Bunkers

 

Tiberius Arms C2 Eyon Paintball Mask

Coming soon to Ultimate Paintball is the brand new Tiberius Arms C2 Eyon Paintball Mask!  This paintball mask is an snti-fog mask, has the full wrap around view, removable lens,  and it is a full thermal system.

eyonSo get ready and keep an ear out for a release date for the C2 Eyon from Ultimate Paintball! With the best possible prices, cheap and fast shipping there’s no other choice!

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Tiberius T15 Paintball Gun

Coming soon is the brand new Tiberius T15 Paintball Gun! Keep an eye out for this awesome new marker that will be available at Ultimate Paintball!

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The Tiberius T15 a 1:1 replica AR, proprietary 19 round FSR ready mags, proprietary barrels, twist lock similar to Spyder MR Series to switch between hopper and mag. Feedneck removable w/metal dust cover. Full machined aluminum body, accepts all AR furniture. Tank-in-stock capable. Features-Interchangeable magazine or hopper feed, Hi capacity First Strike magazine, Accepts most AR parts and accessories.

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Tippmann M4 Carbine Airsoft Gun

Tippmann Paintball is releasing a brand new airsoft gun this summer! The new Tippmann M4 Carbine Airsoft Gun brings full-auto–no batteries required performance and Tippmann’s legendary warranty and service into the airsoft market. Key features include the Tippmann proven inline bolt system, adaptable air system, performance adjustability and an authentic M4/AR style. The M4 Carbine features a realistic flip-top break down design like a true M4/AR. Its versatile air system uses either a 12g CO2 cartridge in the 80 round magazine, or the built-in remote line. It’s also compatible with airsoft’s standard magazines, from 30 to 300 rounds.  The M4 Carbine has a metal receiver, and is compatible with many actual M4/AR components including a rear stock, front shroud and standard Picatinny Rail System.

blog5The Tippmann M4 Carbine is adjustable to match each player’s needs and style of play. The rate of fire can range from semi-auto to 20 rounds per second full-auto, using an air assisted trigger design that does not require batteries. Velocity can be adjusted up to 400 feet per second and can be equipped with a velocity adjustment lock. The inner sleeved barrel is airsoft standard (aftermarket compatible) with adjustable hop up. An armorer’s wrench is included for for barrel changes. Other features  include Tippmann’s proven in-line bolt system with anti-jam technology, flip up front and rear sights and modular 8 sided Picatinny fore grip. Made is USA and backed by Tippmann’s unrivaled 1 Year Full Warranty.

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Tippmann Magfed TCR

Releasing this summer from Tippmann Paintball is the new Tippmann Mag Fed Tactical Complete Rifle(TCR). Ultimate Paintball will have this marker as soon as Tippmann has them made and ready to ship! The new Tactical Compact Rifle or TCR, is designed as a versatile, reliable and affordable magfed option for the serious magfed player. The four key features include a versatile magazine system of three mags, two air sources, a compact modular design and the ability to convert into a standard hopper feed marker. The Tippmann Magfed TCR is built on the already successful TiPX platform and utilizes the Tru-Feed 7-Ball magazine, a new Tru-Feed 12-ball extended magazine that is First Strike compatible, and the popular 20-round Zetamag.  The unique, easy access cam-locking system for 12g CO2 cartridges allows one handed loading from the left or right side, hidden behind the Picatinny rails. In addition, it also comes with a factory installed drop-down remote-line adapter.

blog2The design also features a modular stock for future upgrades to an air-in-stock design. The TCR has a compact military, realistic look that is easy to upgrade with four Picatinny rails and modular components, for further customization.  It also includes folding front and rear sights, a folding vertical front grip and an 11” high performance barrel.  Finally, for the ultimate in versatility, the TCR can be converted to use a standard hopper feed for non-magfed play. It truly is the most versatile magfed marker available today and is backed by Tippmann’s unrivaled 2 year Warranty and customer service. The new TCR comes complete with a 7-ball and 12-ball extended magazine and will be available later this year.

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Planet Eclipse Etek 4

Now in stock and ready to ship from Ultimate Paintball is the Planet Eclipse Etek 4 AM and Etek 4 LT !  New 3D machining with sleek lines. The Body has an integrated male FRM the same as Ego11 and Geo2 to accept the SL3 Regulator. Internally and performance-wise, the exact same regulator that can be found THE ETEK4 NOW INCLUDES ITS OWN ANGLED REG SWIVEL…on the Ego11, CSL and Geo2.1. It allows the Etek4 to run with HP, MP or LP tanks without the need to alter settings and inline regulator adjustments. It has a replaceable and reversible main seal as well as self-purging feature to leave the firing chamber de-gassed after tank removal. Similar to those seen on the Geo2.1 and Ego11, the Etek4 now includes its own angled reg swivel. The new OOPS combines a low profile, ultra-easy on/off/purge function and front-mounted hose exit. As with all Eclipse markers since 2007 the Etek4 utilizes the T-Slot Rail. The Etek4 will also accept a POPS ASA.

etek1The incredibly successful Zick2 kit is now to be found as standard on the Etek4. The Etek4 kit utilizes a unique rammer cap to work with the Etek4 rammer housing. Like the full-fat Shaft4 barrel, the Etek4 barrel utilizes a 2-piece, reverse threaded construction with a longer rear control bore for increased efficiency and consistency. The barrel is internally finished identically to the Geo and Ego Shaft4 barrel but features simplified external machining. The rear bore is honed to 0.693″ diameter and both front and backs are compatible with Shaft4 Boost Kits and Tips. The feed is offset to one side by a small amount. This prevents the balls that tumble into the breech from bouncing excessively and causing breaks and chops. Again carried over from the Ego range, the Etek4 now has a Cure bolt as standard, as well as a body-contoured cut at the rear so the bolt blends seamlessly into the marker body. The Cure bolt helps the Etek4 to shoot the most fragile of tournament grade paints without worry of breaks due to the bolt clipping paintballs in the feed stack. The Etek4 will accept Cure3+ and Cure4 upgrade bolts. The Etek4 Minifold mounts the ever-faithful SMC solenoid directly to the marker body, directly adjacent to the rammer. There is just a single hose taking the LP air from the LPR to the Minifold where it is filtered for added protection against debris. With the same LPR found on the Ego11 and CSL, the Etek4 offers precise control of LPR pressure, without the risk of accidental over-pressurization of the solenoid or rammer. The Trigger rides in a self-lubricating trigger holder that clips neatly into the frame. This, combined with the magnetic trigger return mechanism, creates a smooth, positive trigger feel. It is adjustable for fore and aft stop as well as magnetic return strength. Using the same components and software as the Ego BBSS system, the Etek4 ensures that the marker excels at preventing chopped balls in the breech. When enabled, the Etek4 will only fire once a ball has loaded into the breech. If the BBSS system sees any kind of fault, the software automatically overrides the system and the marker continues to fire at a greatly reduced rate. These 3 clever LEDs allow easy programming of all the user definable parameters by greatly simplifying the programming process. The top LED indicates 10s of units, the middle displays 1s and the bottom shows 0.1 increments. Etek4 has user-definable settings for Dwell, Ball-in-Place, Eyes-Off ROF, Capped ROF (un-capped in Semi 1), Debounce, and Firing Mode. As standard the Etek4 has the capability to be set to cover every tourney regulation. The Etek4 grips follow the same design as the Geo and Ego grips. Comfortable, slim, grippy and soft. The Etek4 LT utilizes glass-reinforced impact resistant composite parts for the frame, eye cover, feedtube and OOPS knob. All other materials are the same high grade alloys found in the Geo and Ego range of markers. The Etek4 AM is of an All Metal construction that replaces all of the above composite parts with machined alloy parts. etek

Pick Your Style/Position. Then Play!

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Purchasing a paintball gun is a bit like buying a car. Do you want slick and fast? How about large and powerful? The same considerations hold true with paintball guns.

Style

There are as many different styles of play in paintball as there are personalities, as well as different setups for paintball guns. Will your style require an electronic trigger and loader to increase the rate of fire? Will you plan on spending most of your time waiting for that “perfect shot,” which would require greater accuracy? Matter of fact, how is your accuracy, depending upon where you are shooting from?

Upgrades

There are many paintball guns pre-packaged or pre-designed for specific positions or shooting types, but they’ll be more expensive than the base model, since they’ll include the necessary upgrades for the look and function of that style. If you don’t have a large budget, keep your style in mind and be sure to ask about possible upgrades.

Use your Resources

If you need help determining which type of paintball gun is right for you, contact Ultimate Paintball and we would be more than happy to help guide you in the right direction!

HK Army Paintball Hardline Jersey

Wanting to upgrade your paintball gear to the newest, most stylish gear posible? Then you might want to invest in the new HK Army Paintball Hardline Jersey! These jerseys are very cool, comfortable, protect you the way a paintball jersey is supposed to, and will turn heads on the paintball field.

blog2The new Hardline Jerseys have arrived. Featuring the same technology as the HK Hardline Custom Jerseys, HK’s new jerseys feature mapped, contoured foam in impact areas, high density sublimated graphics, integrated sliding gloves and hand protection, and ventilated side panels to keep you cool.

blog3The HK Army Hardline Jerseys are now in stock and ready to ship at Ultimate Paintball!  Grab yours today before it’s too late!

Knowing When to Retreat!

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It may be a hard fact to swallow when your team realizes that it is time to retreat, but in certain scenarios it is an unavoidable tactic. If you find your team in a situation where withdrawal is the best possible option, there are numerous ways to execute a successful retreat.

Strategize a plan:

The whole team must be ready to go to a common safe area if it is necessary to retreat. Determine a place, or multiple places, that provides enough cover to protect the entire team. It’s a good idea to move closer to the assisted team members in order to more readily obtain help. Your assist units should be concealed prior to the start of the game so the opposing team will not have any idea where the players are heading.

Move with a plan:

to repeat, strategize! Retreating does not necessarily mean rushing to safety. While retreating is certainly a defensive move, it is essential to stay alert. While retreating makes certain that the opposing paintball players have much more restricted access to your players, it’s up to the whole squad to take turns in returning fire for cover.

While there is still room for control, end the retreat:

not when the whole team can no longer be shot but when there’s still a chance to fight the opponent. It’ll be harder when the enemies cannot be seen because the damage they could inflict is much worse.

The catch:

There are special occasions when a team retreats just to lure the enemies into a trap. By keeping the paintball team together and drawing back, it might give the opponent the feeling they are already winning, resulting in false confidence and ultimately more vulnerable to attack. Once the assisting unit is behind you, utilize speed and shoot the enemies.

 

NOTE: Being fired at during a paintball game is not to be used as a reason to retreat. It could be a good chance to change stations and use the advantage for better cover. It might be good to retreat in order to mess up the enemy’s strategies.

HK Army Paintball Hardline Pro Pants

Now In Stock and Ready to Ship at Ultimate Paintball is the brand new HK Army Paintball Hardline Pro Pants!  The Hardline Pro Pants are designed for comfort and durability. Features include padded hips, knees and crotch, adjustable waist and ankle straps, six integrated pockets, zipper leg venting and stretch ballistic knees.

hk1These Hardline Pants come in 4 different color options, Camo, Stealth, Lava and Arctic .  You can find all 4 styles of the HK Army Paintball Hardline Pro Pants at Ultimate Paintball.  They are available in Sizes Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large. Be the first on the field to be rocking these great new pants from HK Army Paintball!

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Creating the Perfect Paintball Team

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Many sports are extremely reliant on teamwork, and paintball is no exception. Whether one is playing a speedball tournament or out in the woods with friends, creating the perfect team will make all the difference between a win and a loss. The process for creating an impeccable paintball squad should take time and much consideration in debating strategy, on-field conduct, team member specialization, and overall goals. For those that are ready to make the most out of every single match, here is a closer look at how to create the perfect paintball team from the ground up.

Team Philosophy

Obviously, every team wants to win as many matches as possible, but creating a cohesive unit can sometimes be very difficult. This is especially true for a sport like paintball in which players come from a wide variety of backgrounds, ages, and athletic expertise. In addition to differing ages and mentality, some players may only be available for casual games once or twice a month while others are looking to practice one or more times per week. This is why it is essential to have a final goal for the team and ensure that all players understand the overall philosophy and are satisfied with it. It is important to determine a consistent commitment from everyone which can include anything from monthly tournament entries to overnight woodsball games.

Finding Players

Finding people that love the game enough to join a paintball team can be challenging, but it is certainly not impossible. After exhausting resources such as family, friends, co-workers, and even schoolmates, some are at a loss of where else to look. One of the best places to start recruiting teammates is at a local field. Countless cities throughout the world now house paintball fields, where quality players can easily be sought. Getting into games, and finding key players is the easiest route, but it is also important to show up at tournaments and other events to find those are willing to spend more time and energy on a team.

Creating Positions

While positions are not going to be as rigid as with sports such as baseball or soccer, it is still important to work with advantages and disadvantages of each individual player. This includes creating a hierarchy that must be followed without question to ensure clear communication and lack of confusion while in battle.

This begins with designating a paintball team captain that will make a majority of the tactical decisions, including any issues before or after games with equipment checks, coin tosses, maintaining equipment, filling tanks, and determining strategic plays. These chores can be further divided up among team members in order to delegate responsibilities.

Sponsors

Without sponsors, a paintball team can turn into an overwhelmingly expensive hobby. Luckily, many local shops and fields are willing to cut down on monthly costs for teams that are active and successful. The best way to attract sponsors is to maintain a winning team that plays as often as possible. Even just at-cost sales of Co2 and paintballs could save a team thousands of dollars per year.

The Evolution of Paintball

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Paintball is a game played by individuals or teams that uses strategy, survival tactics and a gun with markers to defeat the opponent. To play, challengers use paintball guns to shoot or tag the opposing team with a non-toxic, water-soluble polymer. The team that “hits” all the members of an opposing team wins. Games are played in facilities with hard floors, or on indoor and outdoor fields. For nearly 35 years, the game has been played as a recreational activity by family and friends. However, paintball was accepted as a sport in 1999 by the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association (SGMA), therefore, it can also be played on a professional sporting level. Professional teams go on to compete in major tournaments in an organized competition setting. Additionally, military branches, law enforcement and security organizations utilize paintball technology as a significant part of training.

History

The evolution of paintball began with the Nelson Paint Company. In the late 1970s, the company developed a gas-operated gun with marking pellets to be used for any tasks requiring a semi-permanent mark shot from distances, including marking trees for removal and cows for slaughtering. However, the game itself was created by two friends – Charles Gaines and Bill Gurnsey. The friends developed a set of rules for “survival games,” which tested people’s skills against each other. Their games required a marking pellet gun. After searching for a year, Gaines and Gurnsey discovered that the Nelson Paint Company carried a selection of industrial guns and pellets that was exactly what they were looking for. In 1981 in the state of New Hampshire, Gaines and Gurnsey, along with 12 friends, played the first game of paintball on a 100-acre field without wearing or using any safety equipment.

Gaines and Gurnsey named their idea “The National Survival Game” because of the nature of the first combat. Sometimes, the friends would play as individuals or as teams. However, the object of the majority of the games was based on, “every man for himself.”

Advancements 

Through the years, paintball surpassed the simplicity of its beginnings. As more people became interested in the game, forming teams became the standard. In 1982, the first national competition was held. With the game quickly becoming a popular competitive activity, different variations were created, such as capture the flag, speedball and other offensive/defensive scenarios. By 1984, the first indoor field was opened for battle.

Equipment

The safety equipment worn and used while playing paintball has evolved greatly since the initial stages. The original safety goggles worn were the same as the ones worn in laboratories and wood shops. Today, the modern safety goggles are the same ones commonly used in skiing and snowboarding with the added protection of UV resistance and a hard shell that fully covers the eyes, nose, mouth and ears. Additionally, older versions of the safety masks have been fully upgraded with less bulky designs, making it easier to wear and maneuver.

Virtue Vio Paintball Masks Now In Stock

The most comfortable paintball mask on the market has finally arrived and is now IN STOCK at Ultimate Paintball! With numerous colors to choose from and numerous ways to customize them there is no way you can’t find a Virtue Vio to fit your style and character.

v2The Virtue Vio is the most comfortable paintball mask ever designed, featuring a quick change, fog resistant thermal lens, and an innovative versatile design that allows the player to easily change out every aspect of the goggle – from the face mask to the foam, ear pads, goggle strap, and lens.

Features:

  • Improved Visibility and Quick Change Lens
  • Low Profile with Better Protection
  • Breathe, Ventilate and Talk Easier
  • Customize Your VIO

vBe the first one on the field with this awesome new Virtue Vio Paintball Mask by ordering one today from Ultimate Paintball!! Lowest prices possible, cheap and fast shipping and all of your paintball needs!

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