Originally Posted by MassDriver
That makes perfect sense HP.
Its one of the great "What ifs" in paintball.
Palmer had the Blazer design way back in 1992, but without the ability to produce them. But what if he did get them out in large numbers in late 1992 instead of 1996?
That was the era of the mech semis, and in 92, guns like cockers and mags were mostly known for there bugs and quirks. A massive niche aftermarket developed just to make mags/cockers usable for tournaments, and such.
And what was Sterling thinking? They drag there feet for 2 years before telling Palmer they will be unable to make them.... then release a very similar gun shortly afterwards?
I guess thats not that strange. Especially in the 90s when everyone was ripping off everyone else.