Save $200 on on Milsig K-Series MK II Elite Pro -
Hustle Paintball has a great deal right now for the 2012 Milsig K-Series MK II Elite Pro.
Check it out!
List Price: $749.95
What’s your sign?
12” X 18” mountable aluminium signs for hopper haters.
Which one would you want?
We will probably make all three, but only one at time. So pick your favorite.
You can vote in the comments or use the poll on our Facebook wall.
Like. Share. Vote. And the more you do, the sooner we can GIVE SOME OF THESE AWAY!
The pre-owned markers will now be 20% off until the end of the month! Get them while you can. —
- Milsig Announces even cheaper prices on pre-owned K-Series Markers.
This might be the last time you can get a Milsig for this cheap. Don’t miss your chance!
Check out the Milsig Pre-Owned store page.
Spyder’s new magfed marker is now available for sale on their website with lots of add-on options.
If you are considering getting in to magfed, and want to start with a more entry-level marker, as well as keep an option to switch back to a hopper, check out the MRX here. Starting price: $229.99
Spyder is by no means new to paintball but they are new to magfed. We are glad to see this giant join the party and will be watching how it goes.
The new 2012 MRX Elite is now available on www.Spyder.tv , check it out! With all new accessories and all new MRX body with Dual Loading System, this gun is the most advanced scenario marker out there. Light, effective, and accurate, the all new MRX Elite has everything a scenario and tactical player could possibly want in a paintball gun. Not only are the best scenario players and teams using this all around the world, but fields across everywhere have been ordering these guns, for rentals and rental upgrades. Make sure you check out the MRX Elite and MRX at your local pro-shop, or at Spyder.tv or Facebook.com/spyderpaintball
- Spyder’s Blog
Package Includes: Marker, Adjustable Car Shoulder Stock, Barrel Blocking Device, Spare Parts Kit, Service Tools, Product Manual
MagWellPB.com goes live!
These are our mag-fed brothers who have many of the same goals we do. They do a lot of great work and have been spreading mag-fed love longer than we have. Go check out their new site. They have a bunch of great content up and more coming.
GreyOps tells you how to stop making excuses and play more mag-fed. -
Milsim Questions: “I Want to Play with Mag-Fed Markers, but Nobody in my Area Uses Them”
See the answer at Grey Ops
Milsig’s new website is live: Milsig.com
New Milsig.com is NOW LIVE! -
Milsig launches their new site! Hurray!
The biggest earth-shaker out of Milsig last week, was the announcement of the upcoming M17 marker. A total show-stealer, the M17 can select fire from semi-auto mode to a true mechanical full-auto fire mode. No e-grips. No batteries. No joke. It’s legit!
(This is part two of a multi part story. Click here for part one.)
Just one left! Milsig found a Paradigm in Stock -
They only have one so you have got to move quick. It won’t be available for very long.
Desert Tan TiPX: Win. $229 price tag: EPIC FAIL!
How are you going to raise the price on a three year old plastic paintball gun?
We love the TiPX. It’s a great marker and you can do a lot with. We don’t love the price though. We talk to people all the time that would have bought one a long time ago if it had just been a little cheaper. And now the new tan model costs more!
Tippmann was noticeably absent from the mag-fed party last week. They actually had this new model in hand but did not include it in the PBE announcements. Big misteak Tipp’!
Had you announced this model the same time everyone else was showing off mag-fed products, you could have road the buzz-wave and people might have over looked the price. But now, all by itself, you are really letting this stinker shine.
See for your self on the Tippmann store.
Please explain to us, Tippmann, how changing the color on a three year old PLASTIC PISTOL justifies a price hike?
We started a mini “Drop the Price” petition on FaceBook. It’s just a post asking for likes. If it gains traction, we will upgrade it to something bigger. Check it out.
Milsig has hit it out of the park with a whole slew of new product announcements. We’ve combed through all the information to get the details organized for you in one place. The announcements are impressive in piecemeal but even more so all stacked up together. We have not seen this level of innovation from them since the original K-series was launched back in 2007, and they have just blown it away (literally!)
The hottest announcements include the Paradigm MK2, FXR Pistol Kits and the biggest surprise, the M17 including the new HEAT Core.
We’ve tried to be as detailed as possible but not all specs and prices have been released yet.
The FINAL pricing and product details for the new products will be released via the NEW milsig.com website…which is another week or 2 from completion.
- Nelson Lau, DIRECTOR, Milsig
So until then, this is the next best thing. READ ON!
Tippmann has been updating their Facebook Timeline to include milestones since their founding. Not everything Tippmann does is of interest to us, but this is! All this talk about “mechanical full-auto” and “air through stock” has been done before.
The 1986 Tippmann SMG-60 is not just the very first “mag-fed” paintball marker. It’s also the very first Tippmann. That’s right. Tippmann started mag-fed paintball and that is all they had.
It’s kind of ironic considering they are mostly silent these days on the mag-fed scene. Yes they have the popular TiPX, but the company does not give it much weight compared to the rest of it’s hopper-fed product line.
Come on Tippmann! bring back the Original Gangster!!!