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Pump paintball guns
Playing with pump paintball guns makes better players! The fact is, playing with a pump action marker force players to evaluate in a different way the situations that presents to them because they are restricted in their numbers of balls and the rate of fire is much lower than other the types of marker. Attention, don’t think because of this fact it will be easier to play against, they are precise and shoot further than the other type of paintball guns, which make them real paintball sniper rifle (without the look). These markers are real legends in the world of paintball.
Speedball paintball guns
Nothing can be compares to speedball paintball guns when it comes time to talk about performance. These are the most advanced paintball markers in terms of technology. Available in various color and different design, these paintball guns are made exclusively for the competition. However, you can still use them in any play style but Milsim due to their non-military and flashy colorful look. Lightweight, powerful and technological are the best words to describe what a speedball guns is.
Cheap paintball guns
You have a restricted budget or you don’t want to spend a lot? Then the cheap paintball guns section is for you. Shop through our inventory of discount paintball guns or simply low priced paintball markers to find what you are looking at the price you want.
Magfed paintball guns
Using magfed paintball guns is very popular in military situations as these markers have the the most impressive realism look. Magazine loading pushes the player’s gaming experience even further into total immersion due to challenge of limited ammo capacity. Pistol paintball guns are the kind of marker usually using magazine but some paintball rifles allow you to play with mag too. Browse this category if you are looking for an extra bit of realism and challenge.
Milsims paintball guns
Are you an adept or passionate about a military or paramilitary movement no matter which one it is? For military situation or just for a greater realism, nothing better than a Milsim paintball guns. More durable than its counterparts because they were built to cope with various situations as much meteorological as in games situation, they are the ideal choice to go play the war.
Recball paintball guns
All markers can be used as recball paintball guns. However, since this is the least competitive branch of the sport of paintball, some markers are better suited to this type of games while others will be more adapt to a somewhat higher level of competition or simulation. Some company are specialized in recball and make their paintball marker easier to operate with a lower maintenance in needs.
The evolution of the paintball gun industry
It has already been 30 years that the paintball marker was invented. In early years of paintball, the pioneers of sport played with a marking device, normally used by the forest rangers to identify the trees that needed to be cut, as well as farmers in order to mark specific cows.
Paintball markers started very simple, they were made with a metal carcass and a rough metal handle and they were equipped with a barrel that used a pump action to shoot the paintballs. At the time the paintballs used were extremely hard, compared to those we have nowadays. Since the sport of paintball has evolved tremendously over the years, several major paintball companies have started to manufacture markers, specifically to practice this sport.
To this day, we have more than 100 companies that produce paintball equipment and that include many different product lines. After your mask, your gun is the most crucial piece of equipment. In addition, most of the time, when there are new releases on different products, they are often for masks or paintball markers.
Founded in 2004, we quickly became Canada’s Pillar for everything paintball! Players looking for a paintball gun, whether you’re a new player looking to acquire your first paintball gun or a veteran looking for some serious firepower, we’re sure you will find what you need in our large inventory. Moreover, there are several factors to consider when choosing your paintball marker. As always, we highly recommend that you know what style you feel comfortable playing in, secondly, how you use your marker and lastly the look you want!
There are several categories of paintball markers with different styles: those that are more realistic for military simulations (Milsim), often used in combination with magfed magazines, or Speedball markers, designed for maximum performance and often used for competition paintball.
Only a small number of players today, continue to play with a “pump action” type of gun. The “pump-action” markers feature semi-automatic pump pistols or handguns, sometimes even used as a main weapon, offering an extra challenge in terms of a limited number of paintballs. The important thing is to use the marker of your choice, as long as it is consistent with the game style you wish to play. The rate of fire, the easy maintenance, the unlimited possibilities when accessorizing the marker, the comfort and the compatibility of the parts are just a few of them.
Here is a complete list of popular manufacturers, their products are available at Impact Proshop:
Tippmann has been manufacturing paintball guns since 1986 and are among the oldest companies in the industry still going strong today. They have always had a reputation for being extremely durable and reliable. From the very beginning, Tippmann became the first choice for many paintball field owners and their players.
Whether you’re looking for a simple, stylish, or more sophisticated marker such as models that are electronic and fully automatic, Tippmann has something to offer with prices ranging from $ 122 to over $ 600 for a fully personalized marker.
Planet Eclipse began as a small retail store in 1994, called Paintball Planet situated in Manchester, England. Paintball Planet sold equipment and upgrades for existing paintball guns. They’re great outbreak was in 2002, when releasing they’re famous “E-Blade” for the autococker marker. This innovation revolutionized the autococker and launched the development of high performance barrels used for the autococker models.
Planet Eclipse has developed and is still producing some of the most powerful high-performance paintball guns available. Moreover, wide selections of different types of models are available including valves and reel valves. There is not a high-performance paintball marker on the market as reliable as Planet Eclipse.
BT Paintball (Battle tested), is the division of Empire Paintball that manufactures paintball markers and equipment made for Milsim Paintball (Military simulation paintball). They are considered by players, to be the best equipment for milsim scenarios. With their featured markers such as the Combat BT-4 and the TM marker series, BT always prioritizes the Milsim player’s needs above all.
With a large assortment of different accessories for paintball guns, you can get exactly what suits your style as a Milsim paintball player. If you want a robust paintball gun that requires little maintenance, then the Combat BT-4 is ideal for you. If on the other hand, you are interested in high performance machines, then you might want to take a look at the TM series and the BT DFender. No matter what your goal is, there is a BT paintball marker that will suit your needs as a milsim player.
Since it’s founding in 1994, Dye precision Paintball has designed high-end products, with high performance as its top priority. They are known for their incomparable series of markers, masks, loaders and paintball clothing. Dye Paintball has a featured product in all categories of paintball equipment, such as the DM series guns (Dye Matrix), the I4 mask, the legendary Dye Rotor loader, as well as their Dye UL (Ultralight) clothing line. Dye paintball constantly pushes the boundaries of modern paintball technology. The paintball markers of the DM series have evolved greatly with nearly twenty years of perfection to its credit. Dye paintball continues to innovate their products and offer the paintball industry the best in paintball equipment.
Empire Paintball is one of the world’s leaders in the manufacture and distribution of paintball sports products. Dedicated to quality and craftsmanship, Empire Paintball represents the sport of paintball perfectly – Life, Function and Style. Supplying many professional and amateur paintball teams, their products can be seen on almost every paintball field. There is a good reason for this, Empire Paintball manufactures products that meet the needs of every player, no matter what their age or skill level is.
Whether it is your first paintball experience or you are a regular paintball player, our team of technical advisors will guide you in the purchase of your marker so it fully meets your needs and fits your style. Do not hesitate to contact our team or come and visit us directly so we can help you find exactly what you’re looking for! Contact-us at 450-660-6687.