They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but to celebrate the launch of the all-new eNMEyTM full-pneumatic paintball marker, GOG PaintballTM is providing free tech training and free markers to qualified paintball dealers at this year’s PSP Paintball World Cup.
In 1995 paintball technology was redefined by the release of the Shocker electro-pneumatic paintgun. In 2005, the Ion re-defined the paintball marketplace by bringing the tournament level performance of an electro-pneumatic paintgun into the price range of the average paintball player. Now, the creative minds behind the Shocker and Ion are changing the face of paintball again with the eNMEyTM. With a purely pneumatic design, the eNMEyTM is a regulated spool valve marker in the same price range as entry level blowback paintguns.
“There’s no hammer, mainspring or sear in the eNMEyTM. You’ve got to shoot it to believe it,” says GOG’s Adam Gardner, referring to the smooth performance made possible by the marker’s spool valve design. “That’s why we’re inviting paintball techs from around the world to take the eNMEyTM tech class free of charge at this year’s World Cup – and to leave with an eNMEyTM of their own.”
Availability of the World Cup eNMEyTM tech classes is limited and filling quickly, so reserve your space now by contacting GOG PaintballTM at 724 520-8690. This offer is restricted to qualified paintball dealers whether or not they currently carry GOGTM products, and includes training in maintenance, operation and repair of the eNMEyTM, as well as an eNMEyTM marker to use in the class and keep once it is complete (depending on class size and availability, some dealers may receive their free eNMEyTM after the event)
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