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Azodin Blitz Paintball MARKER - Black
Azodin Blitz Paintball Gun
Azodin Blitz paintball Gun - Black

Azodin Blitz paintball MARKER - Black
Regular Price: $179.99
Super Sale: $159.99
Savings: $20.00

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paintball Gear Code: AZODINBLITZ-BLACK

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Azodin Blitz Paintball MARKER - Black BLITZ combines the revolutionary “FEATHER Striker System” with the feature-laden “ZEN” Circuit Board to give players an unparalleled edge. The new “Feather Striker System” is 30% lighter that traditional striker design. This breakthrough reduces the mechanical recoil. This recoil reduction gives players a smoother shooting marker. The “ZEN” Circuit Board comes standard with advanced modes that comply with the regulation of major circuits. Players can take the BLITZ out of the box and hit the fields across the world and dominate the competitions. BLITZ also features Autococker barrel thread, ION feedneck thread, Dovetail rail and standard ASA mounting screw placements. Players can be sure that BLITZ will allow you to utilize the broadest range of aftermarket accessories to customize the marker to you individuality. Features Feather Striker System Low pressure inline regulator Anti chop break beam eye system Zen board with NPPL SEMI, PSP Ramp, CFOA Semi & Millenium Ramp Low rise twist lock feed neck Aluminum grip frame Light weight and low profile design Quick release delrin bolt Non-slip rubber grip panels Operates on CO2 OR HPA Specifications: WEIGHT- 1115 g / 2.46 lbs. / 39.26 oz LENGTH - 477.4mm / 18.8in HEIGHT - 240.47mm / 9.5in WIDTH - 35mm / 1.38in BARREL THREAD - Interchangeable with Autococker thread barrel FEEDNECK THREAD - Interchangeable with Ion/Impulse thread feedneck LOW PRESSURE INLINE REGULATOR - Standard ASA thread BOTTOM ASA - Interchangeable with rail or dovetail mount
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