Thursday, April 10, 2008

2008 Spyder Electra

Kingman drops a new beginner gun....





Features:
Leap™ Circuit board with rear facing color access mode display (CAMD) developed by Tadao® Technologies
“Synergy Engineering” low pressure dual air source system
Break Beam Eye
Aluminum Eye Covers
3 modes: semi-auto, psp ramp, millennium ramp
Fast charge inline regulator
Vented pressure relief on/off
Reduced overall profile (20% lighter and 15% shorter)
25 bps
Steel braided hose line
Quick release delrin bolt
12” two piece micro ported barrel
Twist lock clamping feedneck
3-way adjustable Magnetic Response “Saber” trigger
All aluminum body
Recessed dual texture grip panels
All aluminum trigger frame with dove tail
Standard CA threaded VA
Compatible with Spyder 9.6v Rechargeable battery or a premium 9v
Alkaline battery
External velocity adapter
300psi operating pressure
Operates on CO2 or Compressed Air

Solo Jungle

Face Full's scenario mag is now on it's own!



Jungle Magazine hits newsstands

If you’re new to Jungle, this is the only dedicated scenario paintball publication that brings you woodsball news from all over the world.

If you’re curious about why the first newsstand copy is actually the 14th issue–it’s because for the past year, Jungle was packaged as a free publication with Facefull Magazine, the world’s top competition paintball magazine. Following the incredible success and overwhelming support from the scenario community and players all over the world, Jungle is now ready to launch as its own independent publication, with a cover price of just $4.95.

Why Jungle?
If the lifestyle, equipment and interests of scenario paintball players are so different from competition paintball, why cover them in the same magazine? We don’t. Jungle is an independent full-blown scenario paintball magazine. It features the latest news, gear, tests, strategy, in-depth features, and profiles, but also brings you exclusive interviews with the most respected names in the game, and keeps you updated with unparalleled coverage of scenario games from across the US all the way to the UK, Russia and Asia.

Continued praise for Jungle Magazine:

“I feel that Jungle Magazine is at the cutting edge of the ever changing paintball industry. I am amazed at the photography which always catches my attention, leaving me wanting to see more.”
Dewayne Convirs, D-Day Productions, USA

“Jungle magazine mirrors the high quality of their sister magazine, Facefull. Their excellent photo quality really brings the games to life. I like the rating system and honest views that they portray in their event coverage as well as their style of writing.”
Mike “Blue” Hanse, EMR Paintball Park, USA

“It was about time a magazine tackled Milsim paintball. It’s the best industry news of the decade.”
Fran├žois Gagnon, CEO Bigfoot Paintball, CANADA

“If you are a scenario or tactical player or just a serious recballer, you must have it. If you are an event promoter, Jungle will give you new ideas. If you’re a parent, keep up with what your kids are crazy about.”
Nick Sobolev, Action Paintball Games, RUSSIA

“Did someone say camo gear? I’m thinkin’ Jungle has this covered!”
Dean “CUDA” Allen, Mission Masters Paintball Games, USA

Check out what you’ve been missing:
www.jungle-magazine.com / www.face-full.com

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

2008 HB NPPL Scores - Congrats X-FACTOR



Pro
1st - San Antonio X-Factor
2nd - St. Louis Avalanche
3rd - SD Dynasty
4th - Golden State Ironmen

Semi-Pro
1st - Arsenal Evolution
2nd - Method Of Destruction
3rd - Impact *Not Edmonton Impact
4th - Avalanche Army

Div 1
1st - Aftermath ll
2nd - Hollywood HK
3rd - Splat Kids
4th - All Or Nothing

Div 2
1st - L.A. Endurance
2nd - Miami Rage D2
3rd - DC Arsenal Predators
4th - Aftermath Factory

Div 3
1st - CS Union
2nd - NV
3rd - Rockstar Factory Red
4th - Black Ce