The guys from Empire Paintball produce great stuff every year – and 2015 is going to be no different. At the PSP World Cup in Florida this year, they’ve wowed us again by improving on the Vanquish design, finally giving us the 2015 model, the Vanquish 2.0.
We’ve got another great entry in our first-look series for this holiday season, and we at Hustle Paintball were lucky enough to get it right at the PSP 2014 World Cup: the new UL1 Barrel. Another notch in DYE’s great list of hits, these barrels are designed to be as tough as they are accurate. Made from aircraft grade aluminum and anodized all the way through, the UL1 barrel is designed to take both the sudden impact of dropping your marker (tisk tisk) or running into something (slightly better) while remaining light and maneuverable. As an added bonus, your barrel’s threads are anodized as well, meaning they don’t crack or cross-thread when screwing onto your marker, making takedowns, and maintenance is always a cinch.
You might laugh at the idea of wearing elbow and knee pads during a game of paintball as something cumbersome, useless, and a little bit tacky. What you’re missing, however, is all the benefits that a good set of pads can give you on the field. Aside from the most obvious benefit of reducing pain when you get hit, a good set of elbow and knee pads can make sliding and prone shooting on the paintball field that much easier and more comfortable. If you’re looking for a solid set of pads to keep you protected without slowing you down, the HD Core set from Planet Eclipse deserves your attention.
We have finally got our hands on one of Planet Eclipse’s most anticipated markers (and one of our most anticipated markers this year), the Etek 5! If you’re on the fence about upgrading to an electronic marker, now is the time to get in on the next big thing. But enough being vague about it; let’s get into the real meat of this marker.
If your tournament-ready Etha marker from Planet Eclipse feels out of place in a woodsball or mil-sig game, you have a few choices. Sure, you could buy an all-new marker, but unless you’re willing to pay hundreds of dollars, it doesn’t sound like a great choice. Besides, you bought a high-quality marker in your Etha, and you deserve to use it anywhere.
Fortunately, we have the answer for you by way of the Eclipse Modular Components (EMC) line. Find out why after the jump.
For those of you who like to play paintball without a giant tank of HPA or CO2 on the back end of your marker or simply want to use a giant tank like the Guerilla Air 100 Ci model, you’ve probably considered a remote line. If you haven’t, then what are you waiting for turkey?!? It’s time to get one, and the remote line worthy of your consideration is definitely the Ninja Paintball’s Microbore Straight Remote Line. Find out everything you need to know about this miracle remote line after the jump!
Let’s be honest: anyone who plays mag-fed wants to look legit. You want to look like a total BA, and you want to look as intimidating as possible. Maybe you want to be stealthy as a ninja, sneaking in the shadows and eliminating your opponents, or perhaps you want to be a John McLane-esque player: walking up to your opponents, softly saying one of your all-American catchphrases, and lighting them up like a Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.
That last approach probably isn’t the most strategic by the way.
Whatever method you choose, if you want to look and feel like an assassin for hire, know that you need one accessory: the Milsig Mock Silencer.
If you want to keep your opponents in the dark and practically eliminate their field of vision, there’s only one answer: smoke grenades.
Better yet, you need Enola Gaye Smoke Grenades.
If you want eye-catching, tough pieces for your paintball marker, look no further than the DYE GF BoomStick Barrel gents (and gals). A solid barrel made from glass fibre (hence the GF in the title) means that not only is this barrel high-performance and threaded for an autococker marker, but has a handsome color that’s sure to get attention on and off the paintball field. If you’re interested in performance, the stainless steel insert in your barrel is going to stay nice and smooth; with the Boomstick barrel, you don’t have to sacrifice playing good for the sake of looking good.
You love your marker, and you want to use it in as many different scenario games and what have you whenever possible. Furthermore, you probably want to use different types of barrels for different types of play, but this can be a pain. Sometimes, the barrel you want isn’t the barrel that’s compatible with your marker. It sucks, but that’s life, fellas.
Fortunately, with the Stock Class Feedneck Adapter by your side, most of your compatibility problems can be solved.