Normally paintball is one getting inspired, not the one giving inspiration.  That’s changed:

Enter the Elftmann Tactical Dual Enhancement Trigger.

I’ve seen people use double triggers on paintball guns, and they are a lot faster.  The one advantage though on paintball is that people can feather the trigger with their two fingers, creating a barrage of paintballs.  Watching the video, you can see the guy is shooting sort of quick, but no quicker than the average person could pull a regular trigger.  Does he just suck at demonstrating the product, or is it it just poorly designed to not register a feathering of the trigger with ones index and middle fingers?

With two triggers I don’t want to see this thing anywhere near the retards at the public ranges I occasionally go to that couldn’t practice proper trigger discipline to save their life.

Also, what’s the deal with the gang sign grip he’s utilizing during most of the video?  To me that’s another non-selling point of the product, if it requires you to hold your rifle like that.

The trigger pack is $239 (sheeeeeeeeeeit) available over at Elftmann Tactical.



There needs to be an American version of this:

We need an American version with all sorts of new and old military equipment.  If one exists, please fill me in.

In order to do this particular tank paintball experience you’re going to have to head to Armourgeddon in the UK.



Worth watching even if you hate paintball:

The video game overlays were more distracting to me than anything.

Dubstep + slow motion seems to be the formula lately.


“Hey, I shot you!” “No You Didn’t” … Yea that’s pretty much how it goes.

That thing must shooting those paintballs awfully slow.  Hardly any of them ever break when they make contact!

Hat tip: Kevin


Nothing like getting muzzle swept by 840 painball guns simultaneously. I wouldn’t walk in front of that beast.


Skip to 3:00 to see it in action.

Wow, I wish something like this was around when I got my first pellet gun. I guess being “full auto” makes it more of a grown-up version though, probably not the best for a little kid.  Too many things could end up with dents or holes when you get into spray and pray mode on nuisance animals.

$550 for basically a modified painball gun is too steep though if you ask me. Having full auto (even though its a pellet gun) without jumping through NFA hoops is pretty cool though.

Looks like a real pain in the ass to load up that belt.

You can check it out Air Ordnance’s website – HERE