4FourSecond’s custom paintball gun is the newest thing in the paintballs world and they’re taking over a new market that has been largely left to the smaller players and hobbyists.
Owner Jeff Williams told FourFourSight that the company’s paintball division was one of the first in the industry to take over the US paintball scene.
The first guns were manufactured at a small factory in Austin, Texas and later moved to Los Angeles, California, and eventually to Dallas, Texas.
Williams said that they started with a small batch of about 100 guns to be distributed to various paintballers and hobbyist groups in the mid-2000s.
He said that the idea was to build a brand that people would want to buy, as opposed to a mass-produced product that people were afraid to buy.
Williams said that with the advent of the modern paintball field, the need for the same guns has grown as players have moved on to larger and larger venues.
The company has about 20-plus guns that they sell in its online store, including the Gunga Dinero, a $3,000 paintball rifle that can hold up to 60 rounds of paintball.
There are also paintball and airsoft guns available.
The guns, however, are made to fit a standard paintball weapon, and they do not come with an extended magazine.
Williams, who has been in the business since 2004, said that his business model is that the paintgun guns will sell for as little as $50 and can be had for a fraction of that price elsewhere.
They are available for sale on the website.
In addition to the paintguns, there are also a number of other brands and accessories that can be purchased through the company.
The most popular of those is the G&G Tactical Paintball Gun, which can be found for $399.
Williams also noted that the prices on his website do not include shipping.
They do include insurance, however.
He said that a number people who purchase their own guns from the company are not aware of that.
He also noted on his company’s website that some people are looking for custom paintballs that come with a trigger guard that has a built-in suppressor, which is not available for most paintballs.
He also noted, however that there are many different options available, and that a small percentage of people who are looking to purchase paintballs from the store buy a triggerguard with the suppressor built-into it.
Williams told FourEightTwo that he is confident that with time, he will have a larger and bigger customer base, and he said that there will be a steady increase in the price of his guns.
He added that he has a few other companies that he uses as an example of where his products can be used.
He does not plan to take on other manufacturers.
Williams is a self-described collector of antique paintballs and said that he collects as many as 30 to 40 different types of paintballs at a time.
He believes that there’s a lot of great companies that make amazing paintball weapons.
He noted that there were some of the more popular companies that have had a major impact on the paint balls industry in the past.
He mentioned that there was a major change in the market in 2007.
He told FourTwo that in 2007, people were buying guns for $5,000.
That changed in 2008 when the price went up to $12,000 and in 2009 it went up even more.
In 2010, he said, there was an increase in prices to $15,000 for a couple of different guns.
He estimates that the price has increased every year for the last four years.
The paintball industry is still relatively small compared to other hobbies and niche fields, Williams said.
It’s still a niche, and people still have to be very careful about what they’re buying and what they don’t.
He added that his customers have to look out for each other and have a good sense of how to handle themselves and what their expectations are.
Williams did admit that he can see that a lot can change in two years.
In that time frame, there is a lot more competition for the top paintball manufacturers, and the demand for paintball firearms is going to continue to grow.