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The Niche Element Pump with David Ahdoot

At Ambush Paintball Park last weekend (February 6th), So Cal Stock player and Outer Circle Paintball group coordinator, David Ahdoot showed off The Niche Element Pump.

I was very excited to see the new Niche 45 trigger frame with thick trigger plate in person and in action all day. The frame seemed very smooth while cycling the Element. New features on the Element include the pump roller bearings, the 30 degree grip, and the lock screw for the ICS.

Unfortunately I forgot to ask David is if the frame is cut for an actuating arm so it could be used on a mechanical Autococker. But looking at the Niche Element page linked below you can see additional photos showing the cut slot for actuating arm. 

The wind was intense but I edited some of it out. Giant thanks to David for his willingness to show off his toys.

Find more details on the Niche’s Element at:
http://nichepaintball.com/element/

More videos on Niche at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC7papTosfXDgcimFdoU-PwMXUg4NbPe

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