Magfed is taking the paintball community by storm. I’ve been seeing magfed grow by leaps and bounds. What is it about limiting your ability to shoot paint that draws so many players to this style play? And can you still play magfed even if there are no “magfed only games” in your area?
This past April I had the privilege to be able to play with over a hundred of the North East, Canada, South East even as far as Colorado for a two day MagFed event. For me this was a little more special at this event I would be playing with my best friend and team mate Fredy Palacio. We are both Marine Corps veterans and paintball has always been a great way for us to get together
Odds are your first experience in this sport happened at Skirmish, if you live in the North East. I, for one, love to get my fight on here.
Check out both on and off field action from Germany's Euro Big Game through the eyes of Greg Hastings
Originally a manufacturer of collectible, half-scale replica machine guns, family-owned Tippmann entered the paintball industry in 1986 when gun law changes forced them to re-evaluate their business.
At the time, the Tippmann's were afraid that paintball was just a passing fad that would have about as much staying power as the hula hoop. But it seemed like a natural transition for the company anyway. After all, they knew how to make guns, and paintball markers shared the same basic principles as the machine guns they were manufacturing.
Woodsballers from across the region were happy to play the Tippmann X7 Phenom Atlantic Tactical Woodsball League Championship, at Mersey Road Paintball in East River, Nova Scotia on September 14, 2013 under cloudy skies and gentle breezes rather then 100kp/h winds and torrential rains.
The season long battle for woodsball supremacy came down to a showdown between two veteran teams, the Mersey Road Predators and the Nova Scotia Mercenaries.
Simple maintenance tips by Ken Farris, owner of www.tippmannparts.com
Basics of Paintball Maintenance.