HK Army have been making paintball harnesses for a long time, they have the Eject, HSTL, MagTek and Zero G harnesses. The Eject was the first HK harness it’s a standard high-end to mid-range harness, the HSTL line is the value harness that starts at only $40, the MagTek is a high-end strapped harness that uses magnets to keep the flaps on the harness up rather than Velcro and the Zero G a high-end strapless harness.
Say Hello to the HK Army CTX Knee Pads. The CTX Knee Pads are set to go right along side the HK Army CTX Elbow Pads, an elbow pad that I recently reviewed and loved. YouTube CTX Elbow pad review.
Paintball can range a lot in price. They normal start out around $40 USD for a box/case of $2000 and can go all the way up to $85. With such a big difference, and what are you actually getting when you buy tournament level paintballs over recreation grade?
HK Army already have the most popular strapless harness in paintball in the Zero-G Harness, now with the addition of the Zero-G harness, HK Army are sure to maintain there top spot. Now the new Zero-G 2.0 harness will also features those belt improvements, from looking at the pack it also looks like the pod holders have been changed around a bit. Review coming soon!
After speculating for over two year if we would see colored grips for the 170R we have our answer! Planet Eclipse have been making colored grips for their paintballs guns for a very long time. Eclipse normally save them for their higher-end guns like the CS2 or the LV1, but now you can pick a set up form your Gtek 170R and the mechanical version of the 170R the M170R.
The first Ultimate Shoutout is almost in the books, and as we wrap up the first event the 2nd round of players are being announced. The upcoming Ultimate Shoutout will features: Nick Slowiak, Chad Bouchez, Cody Mickowski, Fred Berkley, TJ Danner, Harrison Frye, Colt Roberts and Jeremy Zimmerman. The first event was all Texas guys, this time around the lineup is a little bit more diverse there are players from all over the US.
How often should you be changing out your goggles lenses, and what signs of wear on the lenses should you look for? – There isn’t really a set answer. A good rule though is if you EVRE see cracking on a lens change it right away. Another spot to keep watch for is the foam that keep the lens of a thermal lens glues together.