LONDON — The paintball guns sold at paintball events in India and elsewhere have some big advantages over their counterparts in the U.S. and Europe, but are not cheap.
The new $35,000, $50,000 and $100,000 guns are made by South Korean company Mink.
But they’re not cheap, and they’re only available in India, where prices are lower.
The Mink guns, which can be bought from the company’s website for $10,000 to $20,000 apiece, can fire 10 to 15 pellets per minute, but they require special cartridges, like the $5,000 Mink High Capacity Pellet (HCCP), to fire them effectively.
They’re not sold in India at $10 a pop, and Mink did not return calls seeking comment.
Mink says it has created a “highly reliable and affordable” paintball pistol with the $20 HCCP.
But the guns are not nearly as reliable or accurate as the cheaper Chinese guns.
In a statement, Mink said that its Mink M4A1 Pistol is “the most popular pistol in India,” where it has sold more than 2 million units in the past five years.
Mink’s M4S pistols are also widely used in the paintball world.
But Mink says its guns are “more durable” and that they’re more accurate.
That’s a claim that is disputed by a company called Danglars.
In the first two months of this year, DangLars had the highest number of paintball injuries per million players in India.
In its own testing, the paint ball safety group has said that the Mink pistols, while less than optimal, are safer than most paintball pistols.
The group also says the guns’ range-of-fire and accuracy is good, though it says the range of fire is less than ideal.
Indian paintballer Amit Kishore of Bangalore, who uses Mink, said he was surprised to find the M4 guns at the paintballs in the country’s most popular paintball tournaments.
Kishores, who has participated in a number of tournaments, said the guns were a lot cheaper than other guns in the market, like his HCCPs.
But there are a number issues with the Minks guns.
The Mink HCCp, which is designed for paintball players to shoot a ball that is at least a yard long, is a lot more expensive than the other guns.
But Kishoras gun, the M2, is only $8,000.
And the M3, the HCC, is priced at $5 a pop.
The company’s claim that the gun fires 10 pellets per second is based on a 10-second burst.
In reality, a pellet takes 10 seconds to travel the distance from the muzzle to the center of the ball, and a pellex is an object with a small diameter.
For the M1, the pellex takes only 2 seconds to hit the ball.
Kishore said he would prefer to shoot the M10 pistol, which uses the same pellex as the H3, which fires a pellets with a diameter of 12 inches.
“I’ve always preferred to shoot guns that fire 10 pellets a second,” he said.
“The H3 would be much better for a shooter like me.
But I guess I’d have to test that.”
For the M5, the Pellex and the M14, Kishors gun is better.
He said that it’s the most accurate gun in the Indian market.
The pellex, however, is not as accurate as he would like.
Kis also said that while the M8 is more reliable than the M9, it has less range of range and can not fire high-powered paintballs.
He said that he has tried to get an M10 in India for $15,000 in the last few months, but that Mink is not interested in buying it.
“It’s a lot of money to me,” he told The Wall St. Journal.
The Indian paintball industry, however has been growing in recent years.
Paintball players in cities like Mumbai and Bangalore have become increasingly affluent.
Some of the industry’s biggest names, like Indian paintballs brand Suresh Kaur and company Keshav Paintball, are making money in the sport.
Moksha Paintball has been selling a variety of brands including Mokushas M2 and M5 pistols, and Indian paint ball maker Mokashashin has been doing well selling high-performance paintballs such as the M6 and M10 pistols.
But many paintballers in the nation’s biggest cities, like New Delhi, are still finding it difficult to afford a gun that fires the best