Stiffi, manufacturers of high-performance carbon fiber paintball marker barrels and accessories, announced today the addition of Jeffrey Munoz to their list of sponsored and supported paintball players for the remainder of the 2012 playing season and beyond. An active player on the US Army Allstars and Paintballers 4 Autism teams in both local and national-level tournaments, Munoz joins the ranks of Stiffi-supported players competing with the light, affordable, accurate and fully Made-in-America C6 Delta Barrel.
“We’re honored to welcome Jeffrey to the Stiffi Barrels family,” said Naomi Tirado of Stiffi Barrels. “His dedication to positively promoting paintball on all levels and his obvious love of the game make him an ideal representative of our brand and products.”
Manufactured by Volund Composites, a company where employees have built parts for the International Space Station, Stiffi Barrels are made to the same specifications required by the Department of Defense and are unequaled in their engineering. The results are obvious on the paintball field! Not only are Stiffi barrels lighter and quieter, but the secret MicroJeweled process make Stiffi barrels more efficient and accurate than any other barrel. From the $69 C6 Delta barrel to the original Stiffi and versatile C6 Kit, Stiffi offers barrels in more bore sizes, lengths, styles and colors than any other brand!
Stiffi proudly sponsors and supports individuals including Frank Connell, Jim Lively, Jason “Foolybear” Lineberger and Jeffrey Munoz, along with teams including New England Avalanche, the Rockin’ Cocks and Force Ten. Stiffi also proudly supports the Bob Gurnsey Paintball Scholarship Awards.