After the success of the Dye DSR, Dye have released an upgraded version of the DSR the DSR+. The DSR+ features an updated ARC bolt, the ARC+, new bolt speed adjustment (Solenoid Flow Restrictor), redesigned battery door knob, new lever feed-neck and EDGE2 trigger.
The easiest way to narrow down the best $400 paintball gun is to first look at what type of paintball guns you want. There are four main marker or paintball gun categories: mechanical, electronic, pump and mag-fed.
This thing is pretty fun! Never thought that I would ever be able to effortlessly shoot a double trigger mechanical paintball gun.
Named after the late Tim Montressor the TM40 is the follow up the the DLX Luxe X. Tim has left a mark on life that will never be forgotten. When the Luxe X was released a couple years ago, it was a big upgrade to the Luxe line. It had a new bolt system, new electronics, tool-less frame removal, and a few other features that made the marker very easy to use.
The LV1.6 is 9v powered high-end electronic paintball gun that uses a stake tube poppet design to achieve an operating pressure of 135psi. Coupled with it’s an adjustable LPR the LV1.6’s adjustable solenoid makes makes for an extremely adjustable shot profile.
This is a FreeFlow Clutch autococker, in the classic full-body length. I borrowed this to show off. That crazy anodizing is the first thing that stands out. Arc Anodizing did anodizing; a neat part about ordering a FreeFlow is you get to pick the anodizing and the anodizer.