V-Force Pro-Vantage Thermal Paintball Goggles: V-Force Pro-Vantage paintball masks range from $19 to $25 according to color and design. This one features ProGrille bounce area (bounces without jawbone slap); thermo-Cured, anti-Fog and anti scratch lens; and a Goof-Proof lens/strap retention system for safety lock.
Proto Switch EL Mask: The Switch EL paintball mask is constructed with a 1/4-turn, twist-lock technology. The lens is built from advanced anti-fog materials and is capable of quick-change. Other features include multi-directional venting and 250-degree of peripheral vision. The Proto Switch EL Mask costs around $25 to $30.
JT USA Headshield Mask: This is an entry-level paintball mask that provides full-coverage protection. The main feature is the fully-adjustable rear occipital plate designed to protect the head against possible random paintballs striking from behind, or from on top. The Headshield costs around $30.
Tippmann Pathfinder: This is a 14″ long-range barrel, designed to provide long-range accuracy. It is honed and ported, and constructed from lightweight aluminum. It is specially designed for 98 Custom and Custom Pro paintball markers but also fits with most markers. Price starts from $30.
32 Degrees Ice Cold: This paintball barrel is constructed from two-piece nickel-plated aluminum. It is air-rifled ported and available in 12″, 14″, and 16″, and supports paintball markers such as Autococker, Automag, Spyder/Piranha, Tippmann 98 Custom/Model 98, ProCarbine/Pro Lite, and the BE Raptor. It costs around $35.
PMI Razzor 14″ Barrel: This is one of the cheapest paintball barrels available, costing around $29 only. It is constructed with lightweight aluminum design and roller burnished interior finish. The PMI Razzor supports Piranha/Spyder and Model 98 paintball markers.
Empire Twister Barrel: The Twister is made from polished 6061 composite aluminum. Main feature is the Twist system that creates a spin on the ball as it leaves the barrel for more predictable ball trajectory. The Empire Twister paintball barrel costs around $50. UFABET
Viewloader 12-volt Revolution: This paintball hopper features a 12-volt electronic agitating system, sun-proof electronics, moisture-resistant protection, internal anti-jam mechanism and a spring-loaded flip cap. Variable feed rate is 10-12 balls per second, and costs around $60.
Tippmann 200 Round Hopper: This 200-count feed hopper is designed to be used with the Tippmann A-5 paintball marker. It features a spring-loaded flip cap, and cots around $8.
Extreme Rage Overdrive Motorized Hopper: This is an overdrive motorized paintball hopper with a 190-round capacity that costs around $25. The Vortex feed system uses a cyclonic action allowing rapid flush of paint into the chamber. It can feed 7-9 balls per second.
Empire Reload Hopper II: This hopper features a magnetized lid and contained battery door. The optical loader basically acts like a regular gravity fed loader, but when it senses a “misfeed”, it then rotates the paddle. The Reload Hopper costs around $60.
Psycho Ballistic Drop Forward with UFA: This drop forward has on/off switch that is compatible with any screw in tank such as those in nitro tanks or standard CO2 tanks. Features precision milling for looks, and costs around $40.
32 Degrees Flame Drop Forward: Made in a flame-shaped design, this drop forward is constructed from machined aluminum, and costs around $30 only.
Tippmann Drop Forward: This $50 drop forward is designed for the Custom 98 and Custom Pro paintball markers. It features an angles tank to shorten the length of the marker set-up.
Tippmann Rear Cocking System: This cocking system allows you to cock the marker from the back instead of the side, and features a side plate that covers the cocking handle to protect the marker from the elements. It’s designed to be used with use with the Tippmann Custom Pro and Model 98 markers, and costs around $50.