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Machine's new marker for the 2014 season.

14 August 2013 - 11:36 PM


Machine is stronger than ever. With a singular focus to build the highest quality equipment available for paintball. 

We are pleased to announce the new 2014 Vapor along with an exciting new program that will allow current owners to upgrade their 2012 Vapor. We are also close to unveiling the new web site. It has been completely redesigned to keep you informed and entertained. 

We listened to your concerns and made changes to deliver the highest quality marker with exceptional performance our customers expect. While still keeping the sleek lines you recognize as Machine; we redesigned the regulator body, micro-injected grips, new high performance slim line barrel, a revolutionary eye system, an even more simplified drivetrain and even completely redesigned the box for the 2014 model. 

The long awaited loader project is not dead and we have been in various testing stages all year. We recognize the failure in not delivering the loader as promised prior to the World Cup 2012. Machine will hold to our promise of providing the new loader to all the current owners of any Vapor registered prior to the close of the World Cup event in 2012. To end any speculation, there have not been any photos of the new loader leaked anywhere. Any new loader you may have seen on paintball related sites recently are not Machine products. 

We have ended relationships with most of our previous dealer structure. Sometimes the best laid out plans do not work out for either party; and rather than continue in unhealthy situations it is better to part ways as friends and move on. 

We are excited to continue our relationship with the customers and teams that took a chance on a new marker. In the first year of the Machine Vapor, the Palm Beach Vipers organization out of Florida, won the 2012 PSP World Cup and World Series Championship, seven 1st place finishes in the PSP affiliate CFPS Series and two divisional series titles. We are very grateful for the support from the Vipers along with other teams and players that support Machine. 

We will reintroduce the "Vapor Test Drive" program at many events and we will be expanding that when the 2014 Vapor is released. 

There will always be someone that is disgruntled or that you can simply not satisfy. No doubt you have heard of the old clichè; "you can't please all the people all the time". We will do our best to help convert those people into "Machines". We look forward to all the cool new things Machine is going to be offering in the days and years to come.





idk how to chrono a WGP trilogy pump

28 June 2013 - 08:39 PM

my friend at the field let me borrow it so i can take a coworker to a scenario game. hopefully it'll shoot 285 right off the bat, if not then i'm in a pickle lol

Empire sizing advice

04 June 2013 - 01:03 AM

I'm 6'1" and 175 lbs. Dye C10 knee pads in LG are just a tad bit too loose than what I'd like and I DO NOT want the knee pads to slide around and remove skin or wind up around my ankles. The local shop doesn't have MD so unfortunately I can't try them on before purchasing them. I like the look of Empire's knee pads though, and in combination with Empire's slider shorts (they attach at the bottom of the shorts and tops of the knee pads so the slider shorts hold the pads up) I think they would do well. I was just hoping for somebody with a similar fit in Dye pads (LG are slightly too loose) to maybe come along and say Empire knee pads in a medium/large/whatever work really well for me. If that's not enough info.... I used the sizing chart for Empire knee pads for some lengths and stuff and I think MD would suit me well. Since the sizes are listed on the sizing chart as "minimums" I've been thrown for a bit of a loop and I'm questioning whether MD would be right. The smallest measurement I could get between my calf and knee is right around 13.75", and around 3-4" above my knee I measured right around 17". Well... Empire knee pads in a medium have a length of 14", a minimum bottom circumference of 14", AND a minimum top circumference of 14"..... lol idk what that means.... why would the given measurements for the top and bottom of a knee pad be the SAME THING!!! Above the knee will always be larger than below so what dafuuuuuq. Anyway....
It's obviously not a huge deal... but I'd prefer to get it all right the first time so any help is appreciated.