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Paintball news for the past week! Exalt Marker Case XL – Exalt have a paintball marker case, that will fit pumps, autocockers and other large markers. Shipping now for $49.95 NXL Chicago Date Change – NXL have updated their Chicago dates, moving the event a week forward to September 13-16th Damien Ryan and Resar Ironmen – Pro paintball players Damien Ryan and Trevor Resar have left Infamous to Join the Los Angeles Ironmen. Los Angeles…

Virtue Base Goggles – Virtues new rental and inexpensive thermal mask are starting to hit the streets. Both mask features removable foam, quick change lenses, and built-in non-removable visor. The higher end version comes with thermal lenses and a flexible out shell. LA Infamous CS1.5 – Los Angeles Infamous have released two new Planet Eclipse CS1.5, a skulls and a Corey Bornstein version. Both paintball markers can be had at Infamouspaintball.com NXL Chicago Open Layout…

Former Upton 187 Crew player, Max Traylor has found a new home on Infamous. Traylor is just one of a handful of the former 187 Crew players to find a new, team after the teams closer late last year. Matt Darula (Tampa Bay Damage), Josh Pike (Baltimore Revo) And Eddie Painter (AC Dallas) have all found new teams in the off season. Max is a stud and was easily one of 187 Crew’s better players, he should be a nice addition…

After a short stint with this other former team, Chicago Aftershock Drew Templeton is back with LA Infamous. Drew left Infamous at the end of the 2016 season to rejoin is former team Chicago Aftershock. Templeton along with a Ronnie Dizon and Jon Woodley were all part of the rebuilding of Aftershock. Almost everyone expected Aftershock to perform well in 2016 but the victories never took shape and the team struggled, with their best performance was in Dallas taking…

Brad McCurley has left Infamous. When a player leaves a team or is cut it is typically done on bad terms, with McCurley it is different. As Infamous sits right now they are sponsorship-less and will not be going to be supported by GI Sportz in 2017. The writing was on the wall when players started to leave GI Sportz for Valken; Travis Lemanski, Kevin Rudulph and Damian Ryan all left GI Sportz and now…