Purchase criteria: Buyer must be a current paintball club member and complete a Mail order form available from the link here
Please print and complete this form and send it to us via email with your photo ID
Paintball combo package with marker and mask!
The Spyder .68 Cal. Classic Series paintball markers feature the latest technology and materials available, including the innovative Eko™ Valve which offers the most extreme air efficiency available in the paintball market. The patent #8,286,622 green concept Eko™ Valve reduces your cost to play paintball delivering an impressive 1,600 shots average per 20 oz. CO2 tank; compare that to 800 shots from a standard marker without this technology! The efficient power technology allows a maximum number of shots with the use of a 9 Volt Premium Alkaline battery.
• Air Efficient Eko™ Valve System shoots up to 1,600 shots from a 20 oz CO2 Tank
• All Aluminum Extruded Body
• Pull Pin Top Cocking Delrin Bolt
• Anodized Matte Finish
• Standard CA Thread Vertical Adapter
• 10” Micro Ported Barrel
• Two Finger Trigger
• External Velocity Adjuster
• Operates on CO2 or Compressed Air
Combine this with the V-Force Armour Paintball Mask. Seeing as you can't remove these while in the field, you want to make sure your mask is comfortable, whilst providing the best protection. The V-force Armour paintball mask is well-made and good value for money for any paintball player who is just starting out. They provide great protection as well as comfort, and they feature adjustable straps to fits most head sizes.
You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase this item. You will be asked to supply a copy of your photo identification as proof of age in order to complete the purchase.
Gun City is NZ's largest firearms dealer. We have been selling, importing, exporting, manufacturing, customising and repairing firearms & accessories since 1978. We have the largest range of guns, ammo & accessories available now, online in New Zealand.
Please call our shop for more information on +64 3 379-8888 in Christchurch, New Zealand.