Paintball is back in the United States and New Jersey.
The National Paintball Association announced on Monday that the paintball rifle program would return to the United Kingdom and New York.
The rifles, which are known as paintball rifles, are popular with the recreational community.
“We are pleased to announce that the National Paintballs Association (NPA) will be returning to the U.K. and New England, in partnership with the United Paintball League (UPL), to introduce the new National PaintBall Rifle to the American paintball market,” said NPA CEO Jim Schumacher.
“The new National Rifle Paintball Rifle will be a completely new product, combining the best of the paintballs of the UPPL and the newest technologies, which will help to meet the demand of the American community for a more reliable, fun and affordable way to play paintball.”
The National Rifle Association has been a long-time advocate for the recreational use of paintball firearms, which is also known as “high-power paintball” in the U, and its popularity has grown with more people finding the game to be a fun and rewarding way to train for sports like paintball.
“For years, we have seen the value of the game grow, and now we’re excited to return,” said Schumachers CEO Steve Doolittle.
“NPA is committed to supporting the recreational shooter, providing the best training and support possible, and providing the most exciting and unique game on the market.”
NPA also announced that the NPA Paintball Academy will return to its U.S. facility and will be operating as a private academy in a new facility in Newark, New Hampshire.
“Our commitment to the National Rifle has been unwavering for a number of years and we are thrilled to be able to continue the tradition of providing quality training and instruction to the industry and our players,” said Adam Gourley, the president and CEO of NPA.
“I want to thank everyone for their support and understanding of our decision to return and help build our organization into a global leader.”
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(Photo: N.J. com) New Jersey is set to be the home of the first National Paint Ball Rifle in 2018, and the N.P.A. said it will return there to support the growth of the sport.
“Since the National Pistol Paintball Championship in 2013, N.p.a. has seen growth of its National Paint ball rifle program in the USA,” said Paul Stoffregen, NPA’s senior vice president for corporate communications.
“This marks a milestone for our program and the sport of paintballs in New Jersey.”
New Jersey was a leader in the growth and popularity of the National paintball game, but the sport is growing quickly elsewhere.
“It is an exciting time for the game of paint ball and we’re thrilled to welcome N.n.a.,” said N. Jersey Gov.
“As a nation we need to work together to address the growing violence and crime in our communities and we want to see the best practices implemented at the state level to protect the safety of our citizens.