The Best Paintball Guns

The Best Paintball Guns

While the Dye Proto Rail might be on the greater end of the cost range for a lot of beginning players, that’s a fantastic option for those wanting to update to a high-end gun yet still not break the bank. Dye creates some of…

Tippmann Pneumatics Model 98 Nitrogen/Compressed Air kit

Tippmann Pneumatics Model 98 Nitrogen/Compressed Air kit

What it is This kit for the Tippmann Pneumatics Model 98 is marketed on Tippmann’s website as a N2/Compressed Air/HPA conversion kit. The idea behind the kit is to allow more consistency and efficiency by taking advantage of the fact that HPA operates at…

LCT Paintball’s Grenade Refilling Kit

Whether you are into woodsball or speedball, there are a lot of advantages to having a compact gun, but the one thing you don’t want to sacrifice is performance – enter the short Lapco Bigshot barrel for the Tippmann A-5. The A-5, taking it’s…

Playing Pump in a Semi-Automatic World

Playing Pump in a Semi-Automatic World

Pump Gun Tactics Playing with a pump gun can be fun and challenging. If you want to see my opinion on taking the pump gun challenge, read the “Why Play Pump?” page. If you’ve already decided on playing pump, stay right here and maybe…

Promasters

The troubled gun The Line SI Promaster was one of the early open bolt blow-back semi-auto paintball guns, having made it’s appearance on the market shortly after the Tippmann 68-Special and PMI-III (later VM-68). The initial production gun suffered from several design flaws which…

How Modern Tippman Valves Work

How Modern Tippman Valves Work

The valve assemblies found in paintball guns manufactured by Tippmann Pneumatics Inc. aren’t particularly designed for easy disassembly, and realistically there is no reason they should be. Leaks or other problems with Tippmann valves are rare, and in those rare cases Tippmann is very…