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light 2" paintball mortar

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 clumsy to use and utilized ineffective or unsafe ammunition.

Our mortar is inspired by the British ML 2" light mortar. We are not only getting close to its looks, but we copied its usage: extremely portable, easy-to-use, zero deployment time, aimed-by-hand, short range bombardment of point targets. It was in use for 45 years from 1940 as a platoon-level support asset.

Our light mortar and its ammunition (32 bombs by default) are easily carried by a 2-men team. This team provides priceless fire support against enemy infantry and act as a countermeasure to anti-tank guns. Our ammo highlights shell impacts with magenta powder cloud, which allows players to respect the kill radius.

Main features

Construction and weight: all steel, 5,5 kg
Crew and ammo loadout: 2 men, 32 mortar bombs carried in 4 carriers
HPA system: professionally manufactured and hydrotested stainless steel air chamber,
a regulator, high-pressure fittings, safety valve

Extra safety: lightweight (44 g), soft and fragile ammo, trigger fired, 
Air source: standard air bottle with a remote line

Paintball mortar team


Effective range: ~125 m (130 yards)
Efficiency (48ci 300 bar bottle): 30+ shots
Kill radius (simulated): 5 m (15 ft) suggested
Practical/maximal ROF: 8/12 rpm

Snímek obrazovky 2019-11-13 v 20.40.02.p

Table comparing efficiency and combat abilities of our light anti-tank guns and light mortar

Sales Information

Price: €2.900, each shot €6 in average

In the box: One 2" mortar, four mortar bombs carriers for 32 bombs, one wooden box in matching color for storing 35 bombs. Mortar bombs are not included. You need to supply your air bottle and standard paintball remote line. Shipping within EU is included in the price.
BTO only. Estimated production time is 4 months

2" Light Paintball Mortar

The first truly combat effective non-pyrotechnical paintball mortar

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