Originally Posted by Critical
I'd like to hear Kingmans reasoning for getting behind 50 cal. Not from any particular hatred, but I find it odd how some companies are lining up.
Date: October 5, 2009
Baldwin Park, CA USA
THE NEXT CHAPTER IN PAINTBALL
Kingman Group is set to release the most advanced, thrilling and eco-friendly .50 Caliber paintball line arriving the beginning of 2010. This unique Spyder .50 Cal. brand will feature a full line of paintball products that are operational on .50 Caliber size paintballs. The initial products released under Spyder .50 Cal. will consist of a Mil-Sim Rifle & Pistol, Competition Electronic & Semi-Auto Markers, a lightweight Goggle, Electronic Loader and Spyder .50 Caliber paintballs. The Spyder .50 Caliber Volume 1 Catalog will premier at the World Cup event this week in Orlando, FL.
Arthur Chang, Founder and CEO of Kingman Group states, "With the anticipated launch of this advanced Spyder .50 Cal. Brand, along with our Kingman Training .43 Caliber paintball line, and classic Spyder .68 Caliber line we can now offer paintball players and action sports enthusiasts a unique range of products to match the style and pace of their game. We have been relentless in establishing Kingman Group as the premier and all inclusive paintball source."
This all new reduced size Spyder .50 Caliber paintball creates a smaller ammunition which means greater accuracy and efficiency, less mess, less impact and less cost for the consumer. Look for more information in the coming weeks on this most advanced, thrilling and eco-friendly Spyder .50 Caliber paintball line. The next chapter in paintball is almost here. For more information stay tuned to www.spyder50.com