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Create a SHOT GUN Type Shell with S-Thunder's Foam Ball Grenades

20 December 2011 - 07:52 AM

A video was produced by SAS Woodsball of Canada demonstrating an alternative way to effectively use S-Thunder's foam ball by filling the foam ball grenade with paintballs and sealing the top of the grenade shell with tape which can be seen here,


By filling the foam ball grenade with paintballs, players have essentially created a grenade type shot gun shell which can be used for clearing a wide area in CQB, woodsball and other milsim games.

S-Thunder would also like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe and fun filled holiday season!



S-Thunder & SAS Woodsball - "FREE" PRIZE GIVEAWAY of S-Thunder milsim gear

16 September 2011 - 02:21 PM

S-Thunder and SAS Woodsball is working together for a "free" prize giveaway.

Details of the contest can be found here,


SAS Woodsball Canada reviews & fires S-Thunder's Milsim Training Landmines in Toronto

03 September 2011 - 06:15 PM

SAS Woodsball Canada's Tactical Monkey reviews and triggers (the unlucky fellow) as follows at a CQB Training Facility in Toronto,

Hope everyone has a safe & fun Labor Day weekend!

SAS Woodsball - Video Reviews of S-Thunder Milsim Gear from NECRO

21 August 2011 - 09:26 AM

SAS Woodsball based out of Wisconsin will be testing and reviewing S-Thunder's range of Milsim gear that includes land mines, grenades and paintball markers.

SAS Woodsball's introductory video introducing the line can be seen here,

S-Thunder's New SPM-300 series, 350+ fps, .43 cal Milsim Paintball Marker Release & Video Review

20 June 2011 - 11:26 AM

S-Thunder has released its new high powered SPM-300 series paintball marker firing .43 cal paintballs and powderballs at 350+ fps. Similar to the SPM-100 and SPM-200 series, the SPM-300 series ejects aluminum or plastic shells and includes a 25 round magazine.

A video review of the SPM-300 can be seen here,
YouTube - S-Thunder SPM-300 Video Review & Test

With a similar weight, trigger feel to the real weapon and able to fire 3 rounds per second in semi-auto mode, S-Thunder's SPM-300 series was created for Police, SWAT & Military Training requirements, the unit is now available for the general public at this time.