Thoughts? Concerns? Plans for the marker?
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Monday, September 17, 2012
Paintball has quite literally saved the life of a young man in Australia. Check out the story on The Canberra Times, which describes how an unfortunately placed paintball hit led to the discovery of two different cancerous growths. Bet you he cussed out the guy that shot him originally, only probably to thank him later.
Sunday, September 16, 2012
From Omar Macy:
"Now that we have Reached an agreement with Carmatech about patent we have resumed production
It will take several days to a week to asses where our suppliers are in their manufacturing capacity before we can give a release date Once all suppliers are booked so to speak
It will further take about a month to manufacture the massive numbers of components that are necessary in order to keep the prices of the DMAGS as close to the number projected
We will give a release date only when we have Confirmations from all manufacturers that they have finished their respective productions and are ready to provide tracking numbers
This will be the only way to have an accurate DMAG release date any other way would just be best guess
Thank you for your understanding
Friday, September 14, 2012
Milsim Labs has released a new IED simulator for use military simulation use that uses a burst tube and a CO2, air tank or bike pump for detonation purposes. Price is set at $50 and the current limit is at one per customer. Be sure to check out some of the other sweet products Milsim Labs has come up with over the years.
I've been long anticipating the release of PenCott's Snowdrift, and am super pumped to see people start making awesome clothing suited for Canucks in the pattern now that it has been released! Here's the press release from Hyde Definition:
We are very pleased to announce that our PenCott-Snowdrift camouflage pattern is now available to order on the first of three planned fabric types.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Just in time for school to start (if you're looking for a sweet new bag to take to class, or of course for one of its intended purposes), Grey Ghost has released an awesome new Operator Pack in A-TACS FG, check it out:
The Stealth Operator Pack from Grey Ghost Gear is designed as a low visibility recce pack that can be utilized in a civilian or military environment. The pack features a large main compartment as well as a center zip pocket on the outside of the main compartment. Inside the center zip pocket there are admin and organizational pockets as well as a concealed holster to covertly carry a handgun. Also includes heavy duty zippers, grab handle, sternum strap and generous hydration pocket. Designed out of 500 Denier Cordura in A-TACS FG Camo. Volume is 887.5 cubic inches, length is 17 3/4 inches, width is 10 inches, depth is 5 inches. To purchase, visit, www.greyghostgear.com
Sunday, September 9, 2012
For quite a long time, the Special Ops Paintball Forum was a vast repository of years of knowledge and experience but from what I understand drama and logistical issues have kept it down for some time. Some readers may be happy to know that the forum is now back up, with what appears to be all the data properly archived, including past login information etc.