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Ultimate Paintball: Skirmish ION 2014

Ultimate Paintball is mainly an online business but, as of late, we have been making our way to the paintball events across this great nation. We have already went to Living Legends 7, D-Day in Oklahoma and,  Now we are going to what is supposed to be the biggest event of the year. Invasion of Normandy in Pennsylvania is supposed to have thousands of players and visitors and we are bringing our giant trailer and putting up a tent to sell a huge selection of our items.

This is something very new for our company we have never went to an even this large and we have never went to an event that will take this long to drive. There will be 5 people crammed into our truck and we are driving what could be up to 18 hours (depending on stops). To be honest it is going to be an awful drive but, it will all pay off. We get to hang out with a bunch of people that love the sport. Every day of these events we meet new and interesting people that love the sport that we deal with everyday and they all have interesting stories about playing.

Something that is also really great about these events is that we get to hear, in real time, what people think of our company and think about the products that have been released this year and in recent years. This is always a good thing because it prepares us for future events and lets us know what we could possibly add to our, ever-growing, website.  Paintball is a sport that is constantly changing and evolving so, getting this sort of feedback is vital. If you happen to be coming to this event feel free to let us know what you would like to see on the website or even what we should bring to future events, as we plan to show up to even more next year.

What is great about doing well at these events is that we can upgrade the presentation of our company each time we go. We used to have a small trailer with our name on it and now we have a 50 foot trailer that doubles as a store. Please come check us out at this event and show some love for Ultimate Paintball. We try to do as much as much as we can for our customers so you can definitely expect some great deals in our tent and on our trailer.

As for our website we still have some great deals running, remember you can always get free shipping on orders over $99 to the lower 48 states. This is a great deal that really sets us apart from some of our competitors. They claim to have cheaper prices or claim shipping is cheaper until you actually get through the checkout and you are paying $15 or more to get it shipped to you. We also have a deal running right now (7/1/14) with planet eclipse where you will receive the a free gear bag with the purchase of an LV1 or GEO 3.1 

How to Clean your Paintball Gear

Brushes And Such

You’ve likely invested several hundred dollars into your paintball gear. Just like any other sizable investment, you should take steps to maintain it. This means thoroughly cleaning your paintball gear on a regular basis. By performing regular cleanings, you’ll be able to play all day during your next outing as you won’t have to stop to clear your barrel, unjam your trigger or wipe down your mask.

The Gun

Before attempting to clean your gun, take a look at the manufacturer’s instructions to see if there are specific cleaning guidelines. Put a newspaper onto a flat surface to make the paintball gear cleaning process more tidy. Before taking the gun apart, take a look at the manufacturer’s schematic. If you can’t find the schematic, locate it on the manufacturer’s website. Take your air source out of the gun. Then remove the barrel, hopper, bolt, grip frame and striker/hammer and put each to the side.

Push a squeegee through the barrel. Then take a paper towel and wet it with hot water. Wipe the towel along the exterior and interior of the barrel. Then push a new squeegee through the barrel until it is dry. There will be some tough spaces to clean inside of the gun. Get those nooks clean with paper towels or old toothbrushes. Wipe the paint remnants off of the grip frame with a brush but leave the trigger as it is. Triggers are tough to re-assemble. Use another paper towel and hot water to clean the striker and bolt. Then dry them.

Inspect the o-rings to identify any air leaks. If o-rings are cracked or look odd, replace them immediately. Now, lubricate the paintball gun’s insides with paintball gear oil. Focus on lubricating the moving parts. Traditional oils might damage the gun, so only use paintball gear oil. Lubricate the o-rings by putting the oil on your finger and very lightly pressing it around the o-rings. Then re-assemble the gun according to the schematic that came with its original packaging.

Pod Packs

Clean pod packs by placing them in your washing machine. Be sure to cover the velcro on the packs so that it doesn’t stick to and damage your clothing. If you don’t want to use the washing machine to clean your pod packs, opt to hand wash them with paper towels and hot water.

Mask

Paintball gear, especially masks collect paint, dirt, sweat and other substances during the course of a game. These substances can obstruct vision and damage the mask’s thermal coating which can compromise the lens’s integrity. Don’t clean the mask with chemical laden sprays and liquids. Chemicals have the potential to damage the mask’s thermal coating. Be sure to wash your hands before cleaning the mask so that you don’t add more paint and sweat. If the lens can be removed from the mask, remove it before cleaning it. Use hot water and a micro fiber cloth to clean the mask’s lens after every game. Paper towels might scratch the lens so use the micro fiber cloth instead. Run the rest of the mask under hot water and let it sit until it is completely dry.

Clothes

Paintballs will stain clothing so be sure to play with old clothes that you don’t value. Paintballs contain hydrophyllic fillings that can be removed by most laundry detergents. However, don’t let the stained clothing sit unwashed for more than a few hours. Otherwise, the dye will seep into the clothes’ fibers and become very difficult to wash out. If the paintball stains don’t come out after a normal washing, soak them in warm water with a teaspoon of dish detergent and a teaspoon of ammonia for half an hour to an hour. Then apply a stain remover and wash it in the laundry machine again.

Top 6 Mistakes Beginners Make in Paintball

Boy in the camouflage holds a paintball gun barrel up in one han

Paintball is a sport played individually or in teams where players try to capture the other team’s flag and knock their opponents out of the game with paintballs. Beginners may have read up on the sport and practiced their shooting skills, but they often make avoidable mistakes.

Beginners Don’t Look

Many beginners tend to think that they will be a target if they look out of their shelter. Others use their eyes but only look in one direction. It’s important to use your eyes in order to spot your opponents before they spot you. Sticking your head out over the top of your shelter makes you a bigger target, so take quick looks around the side of the barricade instead.

Beginners Don’t Communicate

Another mistake many beginning paintball players make is that they don’t communicate with the rest of their team. They don’t ask for help when they need it, and they don’t share information when they have it. Communicating with your team members helps you win the game, so share with them if you’ve spotted an opponent. Likewise, if you need help, ask for it. It’s important to be stealthy in the game, but if your opponent’s already spotted you, there’s no harm in yelling to ask for your teammates’ help.

Rookies Shoot Too Much or Too Little

While some beginners shoot too little, many of them shoot too much. Some players will shoot at anything that moves; others shoot at targets too far away. Shooting at distant targets gives away your location, opening yourself up as a target for your opponents. Be sure you have a good, close shot at your opponent before you fire.

Newbies Call Themselves Out Too Quickly

Another common mistake beginners make is calling themselves out too early. If a paintball bounces off of you, it does not count; it only counts if it breaks on you. If you aren’t sure if one broke on you, you can ask a field judge.

Beginners Don’t Use Their Cover Effectively

Sometimes newbies don’t know how to effectively use their shelter. For instance, if you are hiding behind a wooden barricade, make sure your head, body, and gun are not visible through any holes the shelter possesses. Additionally, when you use your eyes, look out the side of the barricade with your paintball gun at the ready to shoot opponents who might be lurking around.

Rookies Shoot Inaccurately

In order to make the most of your shots, you must shoot accurately. Hold the gun close to your head, and look down its barrel when you shoot. Don’t hold the gun away from your body, or shoot from your hip. At times, you may need to angle your gun up slightly to get the correct shot on an opponent. However, if you have to angle your gun too far up, it means your target is too far away.

Paintball is a fun and strategic sport to play. Beginning players can avoid some of the most common rookie mistakes by following the tips given here.

 

Sniper Rifle for Paintball

paintball sniper

Trying to decide if a sniper paintball rifle is best for you? Here are some ideas to get you started.

AGD Longbow Paintball sniper guns come in a lot of different styles. You can take a look at the AGD Longbow upgrade package. This is a pricey marker but AGD only makes quality guns.

Phantom Style A pump gun, which ranges from cheap to expensive. It allows you to decide what works for your budget.

But it’s not the paintball sniper guns that make the sniper. A sniper is able to sneak in or be undetected until he makes his hit. Then you need to move from that spot un-noticed.

Paintball snipers should not be in groups of players. Snipers are most often found by themselves, they like the lone ranger style of play where the odds are stacked against them.

Paintball Camouflage can be one of the paintball snipers biggest investments. You can go for total body coverage with a Ghille Suit. But this will hinder your movement. The best idea is to break up your silhouette, a paintball players eyes are constantly scanning for a mask shape and color. Try breaking up your mask with a camo head net. Basic BDU camo will work fine.

Remember this point! Put yourself in a place that you can see well, with less movement. The human eye will focus on things that move, if you don’t have to move THEN DON’T! The common mistake is to turn your head or shift your leg. This movement will certainly give away your position. Try to find a mask that allows you to use your peripheral vision. Only move when you want to shoot.

What if you are spotted? Most likely if you are spotted, you will be out manned. Either go out blazing or run away and wait for another opportunity. Usually you can use this to your advantage and draw your enemy into a small ambush you setup. Run away and when you are out of their visual sight, make a quick cut left or right and either back track or wait for them to come find you.

Summary: It’s not the sniper paintball rifle that makes the paintball sniper. It’s the player and the choices you train yourself to make on the field

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

How to Keep your Paintball Marker Running Like New

clean paintball marker

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.

Pick Your Style/Position. Then Play!

two paintball guns

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!

A Beginner’s Guide to Paintball Gun Shopping

paintball gun

With the huge amount of paintball products that are currently on the market, it can often be confusing for new players that are looking to purchase their first paintball gun. Luckily, we have put together a few simple things to consider when purchasing your first paintball gun that will make the process much easier.  By following this guide you will be able to determine your perfect gun and be able to enter the game as quick as possible without spending an arm and a leg or finding yourself with a second-rate gun.

Determining Play Style

One of the most important questions that the paintball enthusiast will have to ask themselves is the type of game-play that they will be participating in. For those that are very new to the game and will most likely only be a casual player, entry-level guns are typically sturdy, affordable, and easy to use. Options such as the Tippman 98 Custom are durable enough to be played in even the harshest of conditions and provide versatility for nearly any style of play.

Moving up from entry level guns, players can decide if they will want to engage in competitive tournaments or focus on casual games with other enthusiasts. Traditional tournaments are held on smaller fields and games are typically called ‘speedball’ due to their fast-paced nature. Smaller guns with compact upgrades are more suited for this style of play as players will need to navigate through inflatable bunkers and other obstacles. Larger and heavier guns are generally reserved for larger scenario or ‘woodsball’ games.

Main Components of a Paintball Gun

When choosing a paintball gun, it is important for players to understand the major components of a marker and how each will affect the overall quality. Many entry-level guns cannot be upgraded, but mid to high-end electronic markers can be slowly upgraded as one becomes increasingly skilled. Small additions such as upgraded springs, lighter barrels, longer barrels, new o-rings, remote tanks, and nitrogen tanks work great with brands such as Spyder and Tippman that offer very common and interchangeable parts.

Other Considerations

For those that are ready to make a purchase, it is also important to take a closer look at some of the other costs that will be associated with the game. No matter the types of games that will be played, essentials such as gun lubricant, paintballs, and tank refills will need to be purchased along with safety and maintenance gear. Other products that should be purchased alongside the gun itself include a mask, barrel cleaners, barrel plugs, pads, and harnesses. For those that would like to save money, some of the top gun manufacturers typically sell entry and mid-level packages that include the gun itself along with all other required gear at a reduced price.

The Dye Assault Matrix

 

The Dye Assault Matrix was built from the ground up to be the ultimate product for tactical players. We wanted to provide the industry with a stunning tactical marker that gives users the performance of a high-end tournament marker, as well as the aesthetics and features that tactical players need to thrive on the battlefield. The DAM™ has the ability to switch from a Magazine Fed system to a Loader Fed system with the flip of a switch, it can seamlessly change firing modes (semi, three round burst, full auto), comes standard with Picatinny rails for accessorizing, a gas-through frame, an easily maintainable bolt with a quick release system and built in hyper regulator, clamping feedneck, competition-style single trigger frame, Dye Tactical Sticky Grips, and much more. The Dye Assault Matrix delivers the perfect combination of performance and versatility, catering to all styles of play and giving users that edge on the scenario field that only Dye can provide. The weight of the DAM™ is 4.76 lbs without the clip.

 

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 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.

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 lockout can be implemented to get you on the tournament field or any firing-mode-restricted areas. Precision or volume, just a button away.

The quick release bolt system is a feature on the DAM that incorporates magnets within the knurled back cap. These magnets allow for the back cap to extend and give you enough surface area to grip the bolt and unscrew it by hand. This makes maintenance of your bolt easier than ever before.

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 grips.

The two 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.

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.

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 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.

Use Your Paintball Gun like a Sniper

Your paintball gun may be the deciding factor between victory and defeat.  It’s not just about the size and capability of your gun; you need to know how to use it!  There are a number of styles of play.  Those who love to rack up a number of kills with their paintball gun occasionally adopt a sniper-style of play.  If you want to learn how to be a sniper or enhance your sniper skills, consider the following suggestions.

A sniper sits and waits for opportunities to make a kill.  Aside from an accurate paintball gun, patience is a must regarding this style of play.  If you’re an anxious player who loves to move around, a natural-born sniper you’re not.  It doesn’t mean you can’t be an advantage to your team in other ways; it means you should consider adopting a different role.

Where are you going to sit and wait for enemy targets?  Remember you’re a sniper and not a hider.  Yes, you need to choose a covert position, but not a place so well hidden no one will spot you and you won’t spot them.  Consider making a base adjacent to a well-traveled crossroad or area on the battlefield.  Being stationary, you’ll need the enemy to come to you.

Consider donning camouflaged clothing (we have a number of camouflaged paintball gear items available at our online store!), facilitating your ability to hide from enemies.  You want to blend into your environment rather than standout in a conspicuous fashion.  If you can’t integrate your outline into the surroundings, you’ll become an easy target rather than an enemy-slaying sniper.

What’s the capacity of your paintball gun?  This is an important consideration.  If you’re positioned 100 feet from potential targets, but your gun’s accuracy begins going awry at 70 feet, you’re going to have issues being an efficient marksmen.  Know your gun and its limitations.

Don’t be overly confident.  Listen to your intuition (this usually gets better with the accumulation of play hours).  If you have any reason to believe you’ve been spotted, it’s time to adopt another hiding spot or style of play.  Otherwise, you’re setting yourself up for an unexpected visit by enemy fire.

Don’t get too excited.  Sure, it’s a great feeling knowing you are about to open a can of paintball death on an opposing player, but maintaining a low profile is a major objective of snipers.  Be patient in pulling the trigger.  Optimally, you need only pull the trigger once to make a kill.  The best snipers leave opponents in post-kill wonder, shot yet having no clue where the opposing paintball came.

Keep it quiet.  Like a magician never reveals his secrets, a good sniper never reveals his hiding spots.  Your exact location is only for you and your paintball gun to know!

Find the Right Paintball Gun

Congratulations on starting an exciting new hobby – the game of paintball!  To start, you’ll want to stop renting paintball markers and get your own paintball gun.  A quick search of available markers may confuse a novice.  There are many selections offered to players because styles of play differ.  Consider the description of each kind of paintball gun to better educate yourself about which weapon is best for you.

A pump gun is a common and economically-priced paintball gun.  A player needs to pump the gun before every shot.  Such a need facilitates better accuracy, distance of the shot, and conservation of paintballs.  Possibly your first paintball gun, pump guns have some disadvantages but might be the best decision for a beginner.

Semi-automatic guns are popular with players.  A semi-automatic paintball gun delivers a shot each time the trigger is pulled.  Depending on the model, the trigger may be more or less sensitive.  Much more convenient to get off a shot, there is no need to pump the semi-automatic models to get off that crucial shot.

An automatic paintball gun is great for players with a bit more experience.  An automatic enables a player to get off a great number of paintballs per second, flying at opponents at high speeds.  These are great models for experienced players because a novice may find the lack of accuracy and the constant need to reload a hindrance to play.

Electronic guns are very popular with paintball players.  The paintball gun is really a few guns in one, presenting the ability to take advantage of several firing modes:  single shot, semi-automatic, or automatic.  Of course, these guns don’t come cheap but you know the Ultimate

Paintball site is presenting paintball guns at incredible prices!

If you want a simple but effective paintball gun, a pistol may be the way to go.  Pistols were the first paintball guns, powered by small CO2 cartridges and holding about 10 to 15 balls at a time.  If you have some experience behind you, you may want to think about getting such a paintball gun to use as a backup during play.

Would you like more help in choosing a paintball gun?  We’re here to help you.  Send us an email or give us a call.  Our courteous staff will help you select something perfect for your style of play and experience.  Don’t forget to shop the Ultimate Paintball site on a weekly basis so you don’t miss out on our ongoing cyber deals.