Marcus Neely

J-Mark Pump Paintball Gun disassembled

A look at the pump paintgun that resulted from the collaboration of Marcus Neely and Jim Masse, known as the J-Mark, a nelson based Bushmaster clone.

The Falcon Part 5: As pictured in PSI February, 1995

The February, 1995 issue of PSI features several photos of the mysterious cross between the Phoenix and the Montneel Z, known as the Falcon.

Montneel, Gang Green and Bullseye

Some of the history behind Montneel and Gang Green and their relationship with George Stradler of Bullseye paintballs.

Dave Alberts, and other team members of Gang Green

A photo of Dave Alberts, of Eastern Massachusetts Paintball, scanned from Paintball Sports Magazine, August 1989 and other Gang Green team members.

Gang Green Team Photo and Marcus Neely

A team photo of Gang Green from APG and some history on their captain, Marcus Neely.

Marcus Neely’s Guardian

The Guardian was built my Neely Pneumatics after Macrus moved to Florida.

George Statler, Marcus Neely, the Icon and Bullseye

A little history on George Statler's Bulleye paintball and Marcus Neely's Checkmate and Icon Zs

The Falcon part 4

The Falcon Prototype compared with a Phoenix. This prototype came from Eric Scott of Southern Pneumatics.

The Falcon part 3

I believe parts for 20 Falcons were made but based on stories I have heard most Falcons besides the three were never assembled.

The Falcon Part 2

This picture shows (left to Right) Marcus Neeley, holding a black Falcon, Rob Fox holding a Blue Falcon and Rob's father, Tom Fox holding a Yellow Falcon.

The Falcon Part 1

I scanned this ad for the 1994 Phoenix/Montneel hybrid, the Falcon from the October 1994 issue of Paintball Sport International.