It pretty much looks like a shocker with an ion trigger frame. That’s all I know. Have fun with the pics.
When compared to hte the VS2 and VS3, it has less milling, a lower quality barrel, no “3G” technology, a lower quality trigger, and a higher, plastic feedneck. It also has breakbeam eyes and a delrin bolt that are also on the VS2 and VS3.
It comes in blue and olive colors.
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Pictures of a new gun called by some company called Exalt Paintball appeared today. Currently, very little is known about it. It looks like some sort of Shocker or Quest, but it’s from a brand new company.
Update – Owner replied to my email, read the new post
Not much, if anything is really known about it, but it looks to be from a Canadian company called Exalt Paintball. Why Canadian? The team shooting them is the Toronto Mavericks. It’s also supposed to be lighter than a mini.
It seems that Exalt has 2 websites up. One being a store, and the other informational, though neither have any useful information on them, and are still very much “under construction.”
The first is at stores.exaltstore.com. It only has the message stating that their online store is closed, but it does have the same logo that is seen on the hopper.
exaltstore.com is owned by someone named Ed Evans. Not sure who he is and a Google search didn’t turn up much, but according to the whois, he is located in Woodville, Ontario. exaltpbonline.com is owned by hostpapa.ca. Not sure why this is, but I’m guessing they want to keep the domain they “give” you. But this basically confirms that it’s a Canadian company.
Hopefully, more information about this new paintball gun will surface soon. I put in an email with Ed Evans seeing if he wants to comment.
More pictures after the jump
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