paintballHomepaintballPicturespaintballTechnicalpaintballTournamentpaintballCalendarpaintballRecreationalpaintballFieldspaintballStorespaintballClassified AdspaintballAuctionspaintball
paintballBeginner InfopaintballNews And ArticlespaintballLinkspaintballForumspaintballResourcespaintballVideopaintballContact UspaintballSearchpaintball
Translations


Email This Page

Register Here


 
 

 
 

 

Spyder AMG with LCD Available Now!


Baldwin Park, CA, February 25, 2002 – Kingman International is proud to announce the release of its highly anticipated Spyder AMG with LCD electronic marker.   Kingman Spyders have been one of paintball’s most popular markers and most recognized names.  The new Spyder AMG with LCD will no doubt strengthen Kingman’s popularity with players of all levels.

Designed for the tournament-level player, the AMG is powered by a patented electronic system. Its multi-mode LCD control panel monitors rate of fire, number of shots fired, and features a timer and easy to use push-button controls.  Two distinctive features of the AMG are its vertical solenoid, which virtually eliminates the uncomfortable vibration found in other markers and its auto-adjusting rate of fire, which automatically adjusts the rate of fire to accommodate a player’s firing ability. Other standard features include:  secondary safety, adjustable trigger pull, stainless steel hard-line hose, 2 in 1 Trio barrel, adjustable regulator with gauge, aluminum 2-finger trigger, smooth inline expansion chamber, and vertical feed.  Multi-mode settings include semi-auto, 3-round bursts, 6-round bursts, and full-auto.
 
“In designing the AMG with LCD, our goal was to provide a marker with unparallel performance, focusing on the needs of a tournament-level player,” says Arthur Chang, CEO and Founder of Kingman International.

The AMG with LCD comes standard with a rechargeable 9.6v battery and premium rapid car charger.  MSRP is $549.95.  For more information please visit Kingman’s website at www.kingmanusa.com or call (626) 430-2300.
 


Copyright © 1992-2012 Corinthian Media Services. WARPIG's webmasters can be reached through our feedback form.
All articles and images are copyrighted and may not be redistributed without the written permission of their original creators and Corinthian Media Services. The WARPIG paintball page is a collection of information, and pointers to sources from around the internet and other locations. As such, Corinthian Media Services makes no claims to the trustworthiness, or reliability of said information. The information contained in, and referenced by WARPIG, should not be used as a substitute for safety information from trained professionals in the paintball industry.
'Let a man regard us in this manner, as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God.' I Corinthians 4:1