Vancouver Vendetta Team will be shooting the Empire AXE marker in 2011
Empire Paintball announced today that Vancouver Vendetta will be shooting the Empire AXE marker and will be head to toe Empire in 2011.
“The core of Vancouver Vendetta has been together for over 9 years now and we have always shot RPS paint in our Canadian CPPL Series,” said Team Captain, Mike McDonald. “It was natural for us to shoot the new AXE marker – it’s fast, light, compact, and shoots crazy straight. From the first time we shot it in testing, we have been amazed at its performance. Our relationship with Empire has always been strong and we are delighted to continue our relationship.”
Over the last month, Empire Paintball has announced that Los Angeles Infamous, Sacramento XSV, and Chicago Legend will also be shooting the AXE Marker for the season.
• Extended grip and trigger frame and ergonomic grip for maximum comfort
• Smooth and stable firing platform with feather light kick
• Easy maintenance with unique push-button bolt out back design
• Adjustable bearing trigger with micro-switch activation
• On/Off ASA with integrated pressure regulator
“We are very pleased to have Vendetta shooting the Empire AXE paintball marker,” said KEE’s International Sales Manager, Eric Kruger. “Having them dressed head to toe Empire and shooting an AXE marker is sweet music to my ears.”
Empire is really try to push the axe, good for them.
i really dont buy into the hype. its a re-vamped mini. and after the problems ive had out of the mini's ive owned, NEVER AGAIN. one thing, for those that dont know, the asa is NOT user serviceable. you have to send it to Kee so they can use their "special tool' to get in and fix it, costing you are the butt. either that or buy a new asa, which either option is gonna run you well above 50 clams. also its really fun when you notice your trigger didnt return, and the magnet has come out of it and its stuck to the grip frame magnet. :bang:
The Vanvouver Vendetta team?
Ive never heard of them.....:huh:
Maybe it is Vancouver, WA?
EDIT: Nope. Huh.
The magnet system on the set screw has changed from the early mini's and is now captured much more effectively to eliminate that problem.
The trigger in the Axe now activates a micro switch rather than a HES so it eliminates the top magnet altogether. If you don't want the magnet return system simply replace the lower set screw with a normal one and run with the ultra light microswitch return (probably too light) or put a small spring over the new set screw. :)
Simon says. No really.
I didn't know that, it's a helpful tidbit.
A Vancouverite, even.
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