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Paint Ball There is a lot of equipment used in the game of paintball including masks many types of guns barrels loaders and squeegees paintballs and clothing Some of the accessories that I cover in the essay come with packs There are many different companies that manufacture their own breed of pack You can get packs that hold 1 guppy which is 100 or 140 paintballs up to 11 guppies and a co2n2compressed-air tank Beginning with the mask You need a good mask that covers your ears mouth and eyes One big problem with people renting masks and taking them out in the field is that they fog up When purchasing a mask try to buy one such as a Flex 7 Thermal System which wont fog due to a double-lens design No matter how good your gun is if you cant see what you are shooting at you are at a major disadvantage This item is for safety and should never be compromised Now for the gun Actually it is not really a gun it is technically called a paintball marker This is to appease the politically correct and the anti-gun people I usually call it a gun There are a wide variety of paintball guns on the market ranging from the Brass Eagle Talon which is a pump style to markers like the Smart Parts Shocker and WDP Angel which can be full-auto The way they reload and the amount of paint they put out vary from gun to gun Here are some examples Talon pump style is made of mostly plastic and runs on 12 gram cartridges and it averages maybe 10 to 15 shots on a cartridge Its cost averages about 3000 to 5000 It is high priced for what you get and it is absolutely worthless for competition and tournament play The Spyder is a semi automatic paintball gun that has a great deal of upgrades and is
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