On behalf of Expert Village, I’m Dan Foss
and here to tell you about paintball. Well, we have another little marker that the guys
like to use, and this one is an ACP2.0 from Ariakon. It’s a combat pistol. It can be worn
in your holster, and also you can take the barrel off of it and put a longer one on if
you like. This has got a ten round mag sitting on the top, you got ten rounds in here and
we have extra mags that we carry in our holster. We’ve got quick draw holsters so we can do
quick draw scenarios. We can even re-enact the OK Corral; we’ve done a few of those too.
That’s a lot of fun. This one here, particularly, works on CO2, but it works on 12 gram CO2’s.
What you need to do is just take this plug off the front and you drop your CO2 12 gram
in there, put this back on and it punches a hole in it, and this one CO2 cartridge is
good for about twenty-five rounds, depending on what the velocity is, because we make sure
we crone all these too. Especially when we’re at seventy-five feet from each other and we
do a turn and fire quick draw. This marker, here, actually works on the same caliber as
the regular markers, the sixty-eight caliber. We have an alternative for the smaller kids
and for ladies that would like to play. We have a fifty-five caliber, which is a smaller
ball. It’s less impact, less velocity and it works on a regular CO2 just like the rest
of the markers. There is an accessory that you can use on these type markers or any of
the other ones that the guys will carry out in their vests, which is this little housing,
right here. You drop a 12 gram CO2 into it, screw this back on; this is already on your
marker, like this, it’s already on there. The 12 gram goes in there, and now you’re
good for another twenty-five or thirty rounds. Just in case you run out on your regular.
Some guys will take these fifty-five calibers, put them in holsters, and have them for charging
up on somebody and just to light them up. So, it’s a lot of fun doing that too and that’s
why we use a short barrel.