A little more than two months ago, the Paintball community was shocked to see Robinshood, a company that specializes in building and racing paintball guns, go dark.
Robins hood closed in early November.
“I’m sure that a lot of people were a little bit concerned,” said Scott Coughlin, the founder of Robins Hood.
“We’ve been doing a lot with this technology over the last couple years.
We’ve been developing our technology to really solve the problems we see with people that paintball.”
But now Robins is back up and running, with a new name and a new focus.
“Our mission was to bring the paintball experience to a wider audience,” said Coughlins CEO John Coughler.
“People were looking for a solution to their paintball problems, and that’s where we came in.”
The new company will take its name from Coughlers favorite color: green.
The company has a strong commitment to safety, as it has been the primary sponsor of the PaintBall Association of New York State since it launched last year.
Coughliners goal is to get people out of their cars and into the paint.
The Paintball League of America (PLAA) has been working with Robins to create the new paintball gun, which Coughlines team hopes to roll out in mid-December.
The new paint gun is a paintball blaster, which can be mounted on a wall, a table, or even a shelf.
The paintball company is also developing a new paint-ball gun that can be attached to an air gun and used as a spray gun.
In addition, Robins plans to launch a paint ball gun, called the Paint Ball Proposal.
The Proposal will allow players to customize their paintballs with different colors and shapes.
Croughlin said the company will offer a free paintball kit to anyone who comes out to their booth.
And if you want to have your own paintball booth, Robin is offering a membership to the league for $1,000.
“It’s just really cool to have a partnership with a company like Robins,” said Richard Jost, the general manager of the PLAA.
“They’re going to help us to be more competitive, and more focused, and help to make sure that we’re providing the best paintball opportunities for our customers.”
Paintball Proposals are the next step in the evolution of paintball.
This is a new, exciting way to take your game to a whole new level.
They’re the first step in a new era of competition and competition and innovation.
And that’s what we’re all here for.
“There’s been a lot more competition in paintball since Robins first came out,” said Jeff DeMoss, the CEO of the League of American Paintball Players.
“But the last few years, paintball has really taken off, and now we’re seeing more teams come out with their own designs and their own paint balls.”
For now, Roblins plan to focus on its paintball technology, with plans to expand its product line and build a bigger and better booth.
Roblins Hood will still be open to the public, but it will be more focused on expanding the paint ball business, with more paintball events, tournaments, and competitions.
Robs hood also plans to focus its marketing on paintball, with booths and other displays.
“The idea of Roblins hood as a company is to bring paintball back into the mainstream,” said Jost.
“If people want to go paintball again, they want to be able to do it in their own space, so that’s the goal.”
Robins hopes to have the paintballs back in the game by the end of the year, with the paint guns and other accessories to be available for purchase.
The Robins paintball business is growing at a fast rate.
In 2017, the company was the second-largest manufacturer of paintballs in the United States, with 2,914 full-time employees.
Roblin has over 300,000 square feet of space, and the company plans to use this space for more than 100 events this year.
“In a year where we’ve seen a lot changes in paint ball, Robs has had a lot to do with it,” said DeMOSS.
We want to make it easy for them to come in and play. “
For Robins, it’s really about the players, the owners, and their families.
We want to make it easy for them to come in and play.
We’re looking forward to having more events and more events.”