BY MARK KANE-DUNNEONPosted October 03, 2018 09:11:37In the early 1990s, paintball had just begun to hit the scene in the United States.
People were excited to play a sport that was fast, fun and violent, and the game was attracting millions of fans.
In the late 1980s and early 1990ers, however, paintballs were mostly seen as a fun way to party.
A lot of people loved the game, but it was not as mainstream as the other sports in the country.
As a result, the first-ever World Championships for paintball were held in California in 1986.
A handful of players made the cut and became the first players to win the World Paintball Championship.
After the event, paintgun manufacturers began to make their own versions of paintball rifles.
In 1988, there were more than 3,000 models of paintballs available to consumers.
Today, there are approximately 7,000, according to the Paintball Arms Association of America.
Today, there is no such thing as a “paintball rifle,” but there are a few common models that most people will recognize.
Here are a couple of the popular models of the day:The “Flamboyant” model is a rifle that has a long barrel that can hold two paintballs at once.
The “Spongebob” is a larger version of the same rifle with a more compact frame.
The “Scissor” model has a smaller barrel that has no paintball rail.
The Paintball Model 2 is a long-barreled paintball rifle with an extended stock and a telescoping stock.
The PPS-12-T is a spray-paint rifle that was developed by the American Paintball Association in 1984 and is the model of the year.
It is a large, high-capacity paintball gun with a small, short-barrel rifle stock.