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  • Storing Your Paintball Equipment

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    The purchasing of paintball equipment is a big investment. When you’re spending hundreds if not thousands on your gear storage is vital for both protection and longevity.

    There are various storage solutions and they vary dependant on your individual requirements. In this post we’ll give you some brief insight and examples of each.

    Paintball Mask/Lens Protection

    Paintball masks can vary from £20-£150+, if your choosing a high end mask its paramount you protect it. Most masks over the £50.00 mark will come with a cloth goggle bag as standard, this will assist with protecting your mask from scratches but there are better alternatives.

    A goggle case will act as a shield protecting your mask from any scratches and dents, with a solid shell as opposed to just cloth. If your mask has an expensive lens you can protect this separately with a lens case, this will protect your lens from scuffs and indents.

    Exalt lens case - https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/exalt-lens-case

    Goggle bag - https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/hk-army-goggle-bag-3488

    Gun Case

    As your biggest investment it makes sense to protect your paintball gun from any scratches and dents. Gun cases are padded and will cradle your gun maximising protection. Often these will also have loops, clips/compartments for storing barrels, tools and hoppers.

    Dye DM Gun Case - https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/dm-gun-case-black

    Backpacks

    A paintball backpack is a must for any serious paintball player. It’s the perfect solution to keeping your paintball tank and gun protected whilst not in use. Paintball backpacks tend to have designated areas for your tank, gun and barrels plus small compartments to hold parts.

    Check out the full range of paintball backpacks we stock at https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/luggage/paintball-backpacks

    Kit Bags

    If you’re looking to safely store all of your equipment in one place, a kit bag is a must. These bags are large and have compartments designed specifically for your paintball gun, tank, mask, paint, pods and mask etc. Due to the sheer size and weight of these bags they often come with roller wheels for easy transport.

    Check out the full range of kit bags we stock at https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/luggage/kit-bags

    If you need any help don't hesitate to call us on 01642 605000 or email us at info@bzpaintball.co.uk.

  • How to increase the efficiency of your Paintball Gun

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    Often players claim their paintball gun has lost efficiency or it isn’t as efficient as first presented. In this post we’re going to talk about how to increase the efficiency of you marker and what you might be doing to hinder its performance.

    Hot & Cold Fills

    All paintball guns require a pressure source to propel the paintballs from the barrel, either Co2 or HPA (for more information on the two check out The difference Between CO2 and HPA For Paintball). However filling itself is never really documented and surprisingly this could be a major factor in why your guns performance has deteriorated. Please note the fill we're focusing on today is only applicable to HPA.

    Hot Fill

    A hot fill is where a player walks off the playing field and instantly proceeds to fill his tank. Now when you fill a hot tank with 3000psi it will initially show as being full, however as the bottle cools down this will reveal the true fill of around 2500psi. That’s a 500psi shortfall, this is because hot air has more pressure therefore giving the illusion the tank is full.

    Cold Fill

    A cold fill is a top up. We recommend players fill up their tank, allow this to then drop to 2500psi and wait for the tank to cool. Once the tank is cool go back to the fill station and top up to 3000psi, resulting in a maximum fill.

    We suggest a cold fill every time, this permits a maximum 3000psi fill and with the additional 500psi you should get an extra 2 pods from your gun.

    Ball sizing

    The paintball industry as a general works off 0.68 cal paint, however most paint at a rough measurement in fact measures around 0.684 – 0.686.

    We recommend “ball sizing” which is the measurement of paint. To ball size you will need a paintball insert and measure the paint accordingly.

    If the paintball is too big this will sit on top of insert. If the paint drops through with no issue your almost there but this is a little on the small side. Ideally you’re looking for paint that just travels through the barrel.

    The perfect paint size will result in less air being used to propel the paint through the barrel, assisting with the performance of your gun.

    With regards to inserts we offer various kits that are interchangeable enabling you to adapt to various paintball sizes.

    We recommend;

    Freak Insert Kit - Boremaster -  https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/freak-insert-kit-boremaster-aluminum.

    Hammerhead Sharktooth Barrel Kit - https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/hammerhead-sharktooth-barrel-kit

    If you have an issues or questions don't hesitate to contact us at info@bzpaintball.co.uk or you can call us on 01642 605000.

  • Top 7 Most Expensive Paintball Guns 2017

    Over the years paintball has evolved from a game into a fully-fledged sport, with rules, regulations and fields mimicking that of war zones.

    Paintball guns are one of the most vital pieces of kit. There are a vast range of guns available with unique qualities and design. The sport has been featured in various shows and movies from the Big Bang Theory to This Means War. With the popularity of paintball increasing so have the prices of the guns.

    Whilst some players want to spend as little as possible, others are all about splashing the cash. Today we're going to explore some of the most expensive paintball guns in the world.

    7. DLX Luxe Ice - From £1350.00

    DLX Luxe Ice Paintball Gun

    This premium gun features an impressive milled contoured lightweight body, 1500 shots per air tank and bolt system reducing pressure by 40psi. With a variety of firing modes as well as voice feedback.

    Shop the DLX Luxe Ice now at - https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/paintball-guns/luxe

    6. Dye M2 MosAir - From £1529.88

    Dye M2 MOSAir paintball gun

    The M2 is the most technically advanced marker on the market, wirelessly syncing to the Dye I5 e.VOKE kit to allow you to hear information in real time. The marker features wireless charging, night and day modes and a training mode assistant.

    Shop the MosAir now at - https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/paintball-guns/dye-markers

    5. Planet Eclipse Geo CSR - £1795.00

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    The Geo CSR is the "suped" up version of the CS1. This paintball gun is lightweight features a fully internal air passage and eliminates the use of 9V batteries operating off two AA batteries instead.

    Shop the CS1 now at - https://www.bzpaintball.co.uk/geo-cs1

    4.  RAP4 249 Minimi SAW - $2500.00

     

    This gas operated gun can fire 200 shots in a round. Delivering accuracy that’s on par with a regular paintball gun yet produces fire power similar to a machine gun. Shooting standard .68 calibre paintballs with selective firing modes and a full auto at 420 rounds per minute.

    3. RAP4 T68 M240 - $4,500.00

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    Designed to be an exact copy of the M60 Machine gun the M240 features the heavy fire power of a machine gun combined with the accuracy of a standard paintball marker. This gun features a 200 round loader, firestorm trigger (semi, three round burst & auto modes) and runs on CO2, HPA and Nitrogen.

    2. Breda M37 8mm Machine Gun - $4,999.00

    For a serious paintballer this standalone paintball gun weighs 30 pounds and is a custom replica. The gun can be shot in bursts, automatic or semi-automatic. The M37 has an impressive long range accuracy and can carry 100s of rounds at any given time.

    1.Swarovski Crystal Encrusted Planet Eclipse Ego 9 - $5001.00

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    Although an old model this Ego 9 is still the most expensive paintball marker in the world. Simply a standard Ego 9 that has been painstakingly hand encrusted with Swarovski Crystals. This marker is more of a show piece than for practical use.

    If you had the cash which marker would you buy?

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