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New ‘Crossover XVR’ Integrates Ten Performance Upgrades

Tippmann builds upon its Crossover platform after securing feedback from tournament players

The Millennium Series grand finale is happening now in France. Check out the webcast, it's live now and free! http://new.livestream.com/accounts/1614555/events/1784646

Check out the new Flash Paintball Cleats from Style Supply and KM Co-Production.

Bob Gurnsey saw the potential that this new found game had after that first time they played as a group in 1981. Gurnsey had just lost his ski shop business and was in financial straits, but knew this paintball thing could be big. So he went to his closest friends Charles Gaines and Hayes Noel and asked them for financial backing to start a new company called the National Survival Game. Noel put up $20,000, and in addition to the startup money, paid Gurnsey $139 a week to work on the project. Gaines went to work on the public relations side of things. In the meantime, articles about the first group game of paintball ran in Sports Illustrated and Sports Afield, creating a buzz that Gurnsey was sure would help things get started.

PSP has come to a decision regarding the incident at the PSP West Coast event in which the professional team TonTons Flinguers had numerous guns in excess of competitive allowances and safety standards.

If you were asked to name a few female paintball players you’d probably come up with names like Keely Watson, Bea Youngs, and maybe Karen Barber if you’re old school. But if you’re REALLY old school you might know that the first female to play paintball was none other than Governor George Wallace’s wife, Cornelia Wallace. The setting was Wilcox County, Alabama—this was Ronnie Simpkins’ territory and along with Gurnsey and Gaines, Simpkins brought a bunch of friends to this game. This was not just a “game” however. The purpose of this one was to see how much interest there would be in a commercial version of the first game played. Gurnsey, Gaines and Noel had already begun what would soon after become the National Survival Game. On the way to Alabama Gurnsey presented Gaines and Noel with the idea to run this event in a team format. He thought this would be the best way to market the game. He was outvoted by Gaines and Noel at first, but eventually they did play five-man teams games which were a huge hit with the players.

Verve Energy Drink Signs on to Sponsor the NPPL Las Vegas World Championship

Verve Energy Drink Signs on to Sponsor the NPPL Las Vegas World Championship

Check out the new action-packed issue of PaintballX3 Magazine. Our 57th issue features 65 pages of PSP West Coast Open coverage, plus Resurrection Autococker Review, Camera Mount Review, MAPL OXCC Challenge Coverage, New Products, Features and More! Check it out HERE:

Dynasty, the worlds most winingest team in paintball history, has been around the world from north to south, east to west and brought home trophy after trophy.  One of the places that have been untouched by the Midas touch of Dynasty was Mother Russia.  That changed in July. HyBrid Foto was invited along to document the historic invasion of the Russian paintball scene. 

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