AKA Viking

The Viking won’t charm you with its looks for sure, but anything beyond that in that gun is amazing. There’s not a single thing in it that’s gonna disappoint you. You want speed – you got it, you want distance – you certainly got it, accuracy – no problem. I know right now it sounds […]

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Inspire Paintball – Inspire Nano


The Inspire Nano is somewhat new on the paintball market I doubt many of the players ever heard of it. It’s hard to trust a new product, especially in a sport as competitive as this one, but in my opinion Inspire came up with a pretty good marker that I don’t think you’ll regret buying. […]

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NXe GB-50 Recreational Gear Bag


The Recreational Gear Bag is another good NXe product and unlike the Rover Rolling bag it’s really worth getting. It’s not as big as the Rover but still holds plenty of stuff. It has hard bottom so your gear won’t hit the ground every time you put the bag down. It has a divider in […]

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NXe 2007 GB135 Rover Rolling Gear Bag


The NXe Rover Rolling bag is pretty big one. It’s actually very similar to a large gym bag, only it has two large pockets on each side and two smaller ones upfront. It also has a separator inside the main pocket. It sure can hold a lot of stuff and I don’t think anything will […]

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Empire XLT Gear Bag


The Empire XLT is really the hugest gear bag I have seen so far. It can probably fit twice your gear and there might be some more room left in it. Seriously – it huge. It has big main compartment and plenty of pockets with some additional pockets in them. It’s really nicely made – […]

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Empire Unity Crosstrainer SE Duffle Bag


So, duffel bags may not be the most comfortable ones, but they sure are the most effective when it comes to carrying a ton of things. So if the Rogue Backpack is a good choice if you don’t have a lot of stuff to carry the Unity Crosstrainer SE Duffle Bag is exactly the opposite. […]

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Empire Rogue Backpack


The first thing you’ll notice if you’ve checked website offers for the Empire Rogue Backpack is that there’s no description to go with it – no specifications or features. I find that a bit strange, especially since it’s not one of the cheapest backpacks out there. Anyway I can still give you my opinion on […]

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Empire Invert SE Gun Case


Here’s another suggestion if you’re not a fan of backpacks – the Empire Invert SE Gun Case. The cases are usually smaller than backpacks, but still big enough to hold most of your gear. You can easily fit your guns, barrels, tanks, hopper, tools and more. You’ll still have to have something else for the […]

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Empire Heater Backpack


The Empire Heater is a pretty good backpack. Especially for the money it’s priced. You can get it for about $55 which in the world of paintball backpacks is really not so expensive. Can you find something better – certainly, but you have to be willing to pay the price for it. The Heater is […]

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Dye Trainer


Those of you who don’t like the backpack style can chose something like the Trainer for instance. It is duffel style bag, again big enough to fit most of your gear and very practical. The Dye Trainer has thick Velcro handle and reinforced stitching all around, making it very durable and safe to carry around. […]

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Dye – The Explorer 2006


Even though it’s a 2006 model the Dye Explorer will cost you quite a sum. It keeps its price high, but the qualities of the bag totally justify it. It’s a beautiful looking bag, huge and very practical. There’s plenty of room for your gear and more. It has many, many pockets for storing wallets […]

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Dye Navigator 2008


If you have some more money to spend take a look at this next bag option. The Dye Navigator 2008 is certainly not for everyone, but absolutely a great product. It’s practically two bags that clip together with 4 large, adjustable clips and can be hauled around as one. The first bag is pretty much […]

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Dye – Dye Ranger 08 backpack


We went through almost all the possible paintball gear out there and as you can see it’s quite a luggage to carry around. And sure you can use any regular bag or something, but it’s always a plus to have some more options. And there are. Starting with Dye Ranger 08 Backpack. That’s a pretty […]

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Stinger Paintball spd custom grips


Even in paintball, where the market’s not that varied, you can distinct yourself from the crowd. It all depends on your imagination and creativity. And since you can’t make your own distinctive marker or gear why not customize your grips and be absolutely different. That’s exactly what the Stinger Paintball is offering you – grips […]

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Hybrid Technologies Gunslinger Grips


The previous Hybrid Technologies Grip I reviewed was the Hellcat and if you’ve read that review you’ve noticed all the superlatives. This one’s no different. It has all the qualities of the Hellcat and differs only in its look. It’s nice and very comfortable grip and if you’re not a fan of the soft sticky […]

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Smart Parts Pro-Touch Grips


Overall the Smart Parts Pro-Touch Grips are pretty good grips although there are better ones on the market (Dye in my opinion, but you’re entitled on your own). The Pro-Touch are well designed. There’s a spot for your thumb and the section for you bottom two fingers is really squishy. They provide nice grip, although […]

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Hybrid Technologies Hellcat 45 Grip


Another pretty good choice when we talk about grips. Those are a little bit different of what you may be used to, because they’re not soft grips and it may take some time for you to adjust, but after that you’re just gonna love them. They’re very comfortable and extremely durable. They fit almost every […]

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Dye Sticky 3 Grips


The Dye Sticky 3 are the newer version of the Sticky Grips and people describe them as even more comfortable than their predecessors. They too have great design and look great on the gun. They’re much stickier than the original Sticky grips and it only gets stickier and stickier as you play. They clean easily […]

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Dye Sticky Grips


In the world of grips those are probably the best ones you can get. It’s a Dye product, so you know it’s a quality one. Anyway those grips feel way, way better than any stock ones. They’re nice and comfortable and provide some very steady grip to your gun. They won’t wear out quickly or […]

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32 Degrees Gel Grips


Grips as many other things are also optional for your paintball marker. They’re more of a cosmetic feature, but sometimes can really make some improvement. Stock grips are usually not the best ones (although there are some very good ones) and you’ll notice a big difference once you get something else. We’ll start with the […]

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