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Engler Paintball Custom Tippmann Mods
Engler Paintball Guns


Engler Paintball Guns has released to the public two new custom modifications for Tippmann™ Paintball markers.

Danbury, CT, April 25, 2003: Engler Paintball Guns, Danbury CT, has announced the release of two new modifications that turn your Tippmann™ Marker into a realistic looking and feeling Scenario Paintball Gun. The two models are the most recognized fighting weapons in the world and are popular with paintball players worldwide. The AK-47 Assault Rifle and the WWII U.S. Army M1A1 Thompson Submachine Gun (popularly known as the Trench Broom) are both realistically recreated for your Tippmann™ Marker.

Engler Paintball Guns uses real gun parts to make the conversions so realistic that the converted paintball markers look and feel like the real thing. It’s everything but the smell!

Engler Paintball Guns also produces a line of Stocks and Stock Adapters for your Tippmann™ marker.

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