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.
The Shocker AMP is the 3rd in the line of “newer” Shockers released under the Shocker Paintball name. The AMP features improved ergonomic and a new bolt that is lower pressure with increased air efficiency.
HK Army LAZR barrel kit his the market in late 2020. The LAZR kit 15in long comes with 8 inserts and a carrying case.
The Planet Eclipse Geo 4 is Planet Eclipse’ fourth Geo but sixth spool valve gun. The Geo follow the release of the very popular CS2. The Geo 4 features the very popular IV Core bolt system that was brought over from the CS1 and many of the other high-end features form the CS1 and CS2.
All paintball masks are designed to fit the average adult head, but people’s heads are different in the real world. Typically having an adjustable goggle strap is enough to make sure one size mask will fit most adults. Sometimes smaller people or kids struggle to get the goggle strap tight enough to hold the mask in place, and it can ride down a little. By adding a top strap, the mask will stay up in place.
The Push Unite Base is a more affordable version of the Push Unite, the Unite Base is missing a few features that make the Unite such a popular paintball mask. Will the paired down version the Push mask still be worth it?