The Cyber 9000 was the first paintball marker to feature a LCD screen. Wath Tim at PaintballTek as he tests one of these markers to see if it will function.
This Renegade Tiger Stripe pullover lacks the signature front tags and embroidered elastics that Renegade products usually featured on the collar and cuffs.
pneuVentures' Shocker was the first mass produced production paintball marker available. PVI later prototyped the Cyber 9000, but it never make the market.
Joe Gorcsos explains the merging of the Florida Annihilators with the Brush Bandits to form Team Rage and Rage's early years from 1994-1996.
With help from Jason Henley and Adam Schultz I've put together some information on Mid 90s Mini's Belsales Evolution Autocockers.
A list of rankings from the finals of the 1991 North American Paintball Championships. The PMI Piranhas and the Lords of Discipline took home the gold and silver.
Tim Firpo, at Paintballtek.com helped me removed the barrel from the Bo Peep Automag using he technical expertise.