When it comes to paintball tanks for paintball guns there are no differences between brands. There are different sizes from 3oz to 24oz, but they all use the same valves and same bottles. If you buy a Maddog Co2 tank or an Empire Co2 tank they are the same.
Shooting the Dye DSR+, with Spire IV Hopper and HK Army Aerolite Pro V2.
youtu.be/MeZye7AzqqE The DSR+ is a mid-range/high-end electronic paintball gun, it’s $1000 and designed to complete with the Shocker AMP, Planet Eclipse 170R and I guess the MacDev XDR. Just as the name would suggest the DSR+, is not a major departure from the DSR, it’s not the DSR2, its the DSR+ or maybe DSR 1.5, it’s not going to still have many of the features we say on the DSR. The DSR+ still has a…
Over the past 5 years DLX and Planet Eclipse have dominated the tournament paintball gun market. Planet Eclipse are still the top and with guns like the LV1 and CS1 they have dominated for a long time. With a gun like the Luxe TM40 pushing the Luxe to new levels can the DLX finally best Planet Eclipse.
Over the past 10 years there have been two high-end gun companies fighting to call themselves the best, Planet Eclipse and DLX. Most of the time Eclipse have.
The HK Army is HK’s follow up to the very popular KLR. The KLR has been on the market for a long time, so HK are hitting us with something fresh the SLR. The SLR features a new larger profiles, magnetic chinstrap
On the each side of the backpack there are two two zipper pockets, two have MOLLE while the others have a velcro patch area. The main entry in on the top like a duffle bag. The inside of the bag has a compartment designed to hold a paintball marker. The area is large enough you could likely put two markers in there, maybe separating them with a microfiber towel. On one end there is a large microfiber lined mask compartment that is big enough to fit any mask.