July 2020

Paintball mortar almost finished!

Despite production related difficulties in COVID-19 times, we are now in the final stage of completing our mortar for our customer. Both mortar bombs as well as mortar body are almost finished.

 

You may expect first pictures as early as in August and release in September.
 

December 2019

Defending Stalingrad

In early December we helped to defend a Russian city on the banks of the Volga river.

 

Although the terrain was quite unsuitable for any AT gun, we did our best nevertheless.
 

November 2019

2" light paintball mortar project

Have you noticed how every single paintball mortar attempt in the past resulted in something that didn't work in paintball combat?

They were both cumbersome to use and utilized ineffective or even unsafe ammunition.

In few months, we are about to change that with our light paintball mortar project! It will be out in April 2020.
 

August 2019

paintball milsim game
Shooting at real armored vehicles

In late August we took a park on Vietnam war magfed scenario game!

Our main mission was to get rid of the enemy vehicles and except the last mission, we managed to eliminate the thread entirely.

Check out how we performed on Youtube!

 

July 2019

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Paintball replicas of WWII artillery

We have started cooperation with a an experienced manufacturer of realistic-looking reenactment replicas of armored cars, tanks and artillery pieces.

 

Combining their skilled manufacturing methods and our propulsion and paintball ammunition technology, we can now offer you a variety of paintball artillery pieces.

 

June 2019

On a D-Day with the AT gun

In June we brought our universal paintball anti-tank gun into the first public big-game. And it was an incredible event!

How did the gun perform? Check it out for yourself on Youtube!

 

Spring 2018

First version of our website is out

In spring 2018 we launched the first version of our website.

The development of split-trail carriage for our universal paintball AT gun started few months later. In the meanwhile we were further improving our 37 mm ammo in terms of safety and ballistic performance, and took the unfinished gun on a smaller Stalingrad scenario game later that year.

 

Paintball artillery systems