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Dye Precision Presents: Ollie Lang And The Dye NT

A quick preview of the new Dye NT following Oliver Lang at the Dye Precision headquarters.

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Magued Idris Demo’s The A-Box: Making Marker Chrono Easier & Product Display Interactive

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PSP World Cup New Products Photos

Gear for the 2009 Season

Photos greatly provided by Katspix.com

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Available now to embed to your website is the ThisISPaintball Widget.

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Campaign Cup 2008, Mud Included

This past weekend Basildon hosted the second leg in the 2008 Millennium Series. The weekend weather was looking great up until Sunday morning when an early morning British weather front rolled in. With the amount of rain that came down the event venue Gloucester Park turned into one sloppy place for the semi finals and finals to take place. Keep your eyes on the ThisISPaintball Channel for the video coverage from Sundays semi-finals and finals.

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Just One Of The Wet Spots

The event rolled off with out a hitch with the games on Friday and Saturday allowing teams to advance into Sunday’s sloppy fields soaked with water/mud. Only the true players made it to Sunday and the weather made it clear that only the strong can survive in the Millennium Series.

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The CPL Semi Finals ended up with Moscow Phoenix facing off against the 2007 Millennium Series Champions Stockholm Joy Division but the match ended up in a loss for the former champions allowing Phoenix to advance to the finals. The Budapest Bullets battled against the Chilli Peppers Riga but with Oliver Lang on the field the match was quickly over with a 5 – 1 score for the Bullets.

CPL Semi-Finals

1 Moscow Phoenix
5:3
1 | 2
2 Joy Stockholm
3:5
0 | -2
1 Budapest Bullets
5:1
1 | 4
2 Chilli Peppers Riga
1:5
0 | -4

The CPL finals placed Moscow Phoenix taking home the Campaign Cup with the close match against the Budapest Bullets who left with a second place for the event while Stockholm Joy Division doubled the points against the Chilli Peppers who ended with the fourth slot for the event.

CPL Finals

1 Moscow Phoenix
4:3
1 | 1
2 Budapest Bullets
3:4
0 | -1
3 Joy Stockholm
4:2
1 | 2
4 Chilli Peppers Riga
2:4
0 | -2

The SPL semi’s ended up with SK Moscow and Offenbach Comin At Ya squaring off in the first match followed up with Lisbon Benfica playing Ramstein Instinct. Both matches finished with the same score 4 – 0 with SK Moscow and Lisbon Benfica advancing to the finals.

SPL Semi-Finals

1 SK Moscow
4:0
1 | 4
2 Offenbach Comin At Ya
0:4
0 | -4
1 Lisbon Benfica
4:0
1 | 4
2 Ramstein Instinct
0:4
0 | -4

The SPL finals seemed to jump past with only one of the losing teams gaining one point in both matches. SK Moscow took home the first place trophy with the defeat of 4 – 1 against Lisbon Benfica while Ramstein Instinct pulled a 4 – 0 win over Offenbach Comin At Ya.

SPL Finals

1 SK Moscow
4:1
1 | 3
2 Lisbon Benfica
1:4
0 | -3
3 Ramstein Instinct
4:0
1 | 4
4 Offenbach Comin At Ya
0:4
0 | -4

The Division 1 winners ended up being London ECI who’s home town helped cheer them on upon the win over Ramstein Wing Wang Gang. Helsinki Cyclone toped Notorious London to take the third place but the Notorious Kids played some amazing paintball in the semi-finals and should be proud of their fourth place position.

Division 1 Finals

1 London ECI
4:0
1 | 4
2 Ramstein Wing Wang Gang
0:4
0 | -4
3 Helsinki Cyclone
4:1
1 | 3
4 Notorious London
1:4
0 | -3

The Division 2 finals left Frances Sus Scrofa in first place thanks to their win over the Pintabolas from Portugal. The UK team Heaven placed in third which was well deserved with their close match against the Sus Scrofa in the preliminaries and left the German Powerplay with a fourth place.

Division 2 Finals

1 Sus Scrofa
3:1
1 | 2
2 Pintabolas
1:3
0 | -2
3 Heaven
3:2
1 | 1
4 Powerplay
2:3
0 | -1

M5 Finals

Group League A
# Team name
1 2
Points
1 Spartans
3|5 3|2
6 | 7
2 Operation Sandbag
0|-2 3|3
3 | 1
3 Stambeck
0|-5 0|-3
0 | -8
Group League B
# Team name
1 2
Points
1 Escarmouche
3|4 3|5
6 | 9
2 Relentless
3|5 0|-4
3 | 1
3 Assala
0|-5 0|-5
0 | -10
Group League C
# Team name
1 2
Points
1 Sugar Daddys Uppsala
0|-2 3|4
3 | 2
2 Smokin Aces Extreme
0|-4 3|3
3 | -1
3 Impact
3|2 0|-3
3 | -1

For a full break down of the Campaign Cup don’t forget to look at Pblivescores.com

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Private Label DM8 from Dye Percision

Take a look at the Private Label DM8’s from Dye

Get your wallets out now as well because Dye has some designs that everyone will want to grab up.

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Virtue Release The Crown

Special Pre-Release @ the MAO: The ALL NEW Virtue® Crown™ will be avaliable in limited quantities at the MAO-only. The first batch have been shipped to the event, so Virtue Crowns will not begin shipping from our warehouse until sometime after the MAO event. This is the “secret” feeding system you may have heard about if you’re ‘in the know’ or saw Ollie Lang, Johnny Perchak, Pete U, Marecello Maggott and others field-testing our prototypes at Huntington Beach and Malaga!

The Virtue® Crown™ “lid-less” feed system makes reloading easier than ever while. No more opening the lid. No more paintballs spilling out or feeders popping off. The Crown’s patent pending hinged elastomer design allows paint to flow freely into the hopper while preventing paint from coming back out — no matter how hard you shake it or how hard you dive.

Guaranteed to Feed Faster & More Securely

The Crown for the HALO includes 3 parts: Locking Ring, Crown, and the Extension Collar. Players who want the lowest possible profile do not need to use the Extension Collar, and can simply attach the Crown to the hopper and lock it in place with the Locking Ring.

However, the Extension Collar offers a minimal height increase, while increasing paint capacity and improving reloading performance.

Key Features

* Ultra Fast Lid-Less Feed
* No Rise Low Profile Option
* Secure Locking Ring w/ Thumbscrew
* Durable, Memory Resistant Elastomer Will Not Crack or Get Brittle
* Available in Ultra-Soft or Standard Elasticity Versions.
* Extra Paint Capacity (with optional, including, extension collar) – HALO only
* Compatible with HALO, Magna, Revolution, Force, Eye Force (Vlocity versions coming soon)

The Crown is available in two types of Elastomer. Neither is “best”, decide based on your style of play.

Standard Elastomer:
Offers a quick reload with NO chance of paint coming out. Rigid, but flexible Elastomer lets NO balls out, even with the most vigorous shaking. Can be used without the Extender for a LOW PROFILE on the HALO / MAGNA, but for best results with LOW PROFILE setups use the Ultra Soft Elastomer (see below).

Ultra Soft Elastomer:

The fastest reload with a low chance of paint coming out. Ultra Soft Elastomer keeps paint from coming out under most conditions, but vigorous shaking may lose a few balls. For LOW PROFILE on HALO / MAGNA it’s better to use the Ultra Soft Elastomer (see below).

Option (included) Extension Collar:

The HALO / MAGNA have a shallow basin near the drive cone, so an Extension Collar is provided for a more consistent feed. The Extender also allows you to pack an extra 20 balls into the hopper before the start of a game. For LOW PROFILE setups without the Extender, we suggest using the Ultra-Soft Elastomer Crown. If using the Crown without the Extender, a slight downward tilt while reloading yields the best results. The downward tilt is only needed/helpful if you are not shooting while reloading. If you are shooting and reloading keep your gun up and the Crown will feed great.

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