Re: A switch to 50 cal?
I personaly feel it will go through, I hope it doesnt but its profit. For the younger people getting into the game it will be alot easier and should promote the growth of the market. For those of us who were playing before paintball was even popular, there is a good chance you are going to get what you need to keep playing. Some companies (none were named to me) were talking about releasing adaption kits for pre existing markers.
Im not sure if this is the best time to be pulling this stunt though the way the economy is. I find it hard to beleive that they would turn away from 68 when it has bein the mainstay of the market forever. there are so many products ect out. But again that just means more money in there pocket when you have to buy new products! Either way I think it is a real possibility, guess all we can do is see how it plays out.
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