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Early Christmas Gift Ideas for 2013

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Top 10 Paintball Gifts for 2013 from fullmer8 Is it ever too early to think about Christmas gift ideas? Not when there’s this much new gear on the market that can help you out on the field.From the latest Pro Shirt ZE protection from Empire to new Tippy markers, there’s something for everyone out there. If you’re looking for new gear, don’t forget that the Monstah Paintball Pro Shop carries everything you need for your next run. Sign up for the Monstah Paintball Newsletter to keep track of the latest gear we carry, and other important news at the arena! Email (valid email required)   cforms contact form by...

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Destiny All-Female Paintball Team Makes History!

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Destiny All-Female Paintball Team Makes History!

Paintball history was made on Sunday, October 6 at the 2013 NPPL (National Professional Paintball League) World Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was the first time an all-female paintball team, Destiny, has won a non-segregated national championship on North American soil in the history of paintball (Photo credit: AlmostFamousPaintball.com). The NPPL is one of two American national paintball tournament series that hosts events all across the United States each year. Destiny is owned by the paintball icon Bea Youngs, one of the most recognizable female players in the sport. In addition to being team owner, she is also on Destiny’s active player roster. Kat Secor is Destiny’s Team Captain. She is an original Destiny member, having played with the team from 2005-2007. After a hiatus, she returned to Destiny in 2012 and became Team Captain in 2013. Joining Kat on the 2013 Las Vegas Championships roster were Linh Truong, Dee Tucker, Mikaela Wilkins, Caren Urduja, Lacuesta Torrente and guest player Linn Andersen Askevold, who is from theAll-Female Norwegian Team Poison Ivy. At the same Las Vegas NPPL Event in 2012, the team actually came in 2nd place. The girls were looking to step it up at this year’s event, hungry for a 1st place finish this year! Kat Secor said, “Some people look at our team and our players and think that we will not be able to win, that our team does not stand out because we don’t have “superstar players”. But this 1st place win proves that superstar players don’t always mean victory. Rather it is the SUM OF the parts, and teamwork, that bring victory. Proving our place in this male dominant sport is a wonderful feeling.” Destiny plays in the USA as well as Internationally. In 2012 the team competed in Malaysia, in early 2013 in Thailand, and coming up this November they will travel to Australia to compete. Kat Secor also wants people to know that winning is a goal, but their role in painball also goes much deeper. “Destiny wants to be positive role models for women in paintball. We want to be competitive athletes and win events, but also we want to encourage more women to get into paintball, teach new players, participate in charity events, and overall promote the sport.” Read the full article...

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Russian’s use Paintball for Military Recruiting

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Russian’s use Paintball for Military Recruiting

Russia has tried to modernize its army in recent years by reducing its size and the length of conscription, but analysts say progress has been slow amid resistance from senior officers. Russians are conscripted into the army for a year at the age of 18, although students can defer military service while they are at university. Many prefer to wriggle out altogether by procuring a medical certificate declaring them unfit for service. Read the full article on the WSJ here>> http://blogs.wsj.com/emergingeurope/2013/10/07/paintball-russias-newest-weapon/ Who’s next, the Britts?  Pictured in the photo to the left is the Prince of...

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2013 PSP West Coast Open | Pro Finals

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2013 PSP West Coast Open | Pro Finals

Check out the video   13 PSP West Coast Open | Pro Finals | Tampa Bay Damage vs Edmonton Impact | Raw Paintball   Raw paintball footage of professional paintball teams Tampa Bay Damage and Edmonton Impact Pro Champions Division Finals Match at the 2013 PSP West Coast Open held in Riverside, CA. Damage won the event beating Impact 7-2 in the Finals. For more paintball news, videos and coverage visit:http://socialpaintball.com...

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FTP takes the Field at Monstah

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FTP takes the Field at Monstah

  FTP Monstah paintball This is me and other FTP players trying out the new Monstah field. Songs: TGN- LOS- Good mood , you’re...

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Coming Soon

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Coming Soon

There are no past tournaments at this time. Check out our upcoming tournaments!

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