you to be well armed, well taken care of...and absolutely confident in
your gear. That's why we make all of our DMags with pride right here in
the United States, using a patent design that is a marvel of simplicity.
And to make sure you have enough of them when you need fresh magazines
most, we've put together some 10-mag packages for you...at about the
cost of two of our competitors' magazines.
DMags are marvels of simple engineering, ease of use, and aesthetics.
Their exteriors are designed to look like the high capacity magazines
familiar on modern large-caliber combat weapons, while their interiors
are engineered to provide the most reliable, repeatable performance
possible...while minimizing weight and cost.
While other magazines use the last generation's technology of a
u-shaped, curved track through which the paint is pushed by a long
spring, DMags have twin, straight wells for the paint. This reduces drag
and eliminates spring binding for superior performance and higher
feeding rates. Plus, each column of paint is completely independent, so
if your magazine is damaged on one side, odds are it'll work fine from
the other side as you blast your way out of a tough spot.
Competing magazines are generally made of metal or chunky plastic, which
adds weight and a lot of cost...without adding any significant strength.
Our DMags are made out of resilient polymer similar to that used in
manufacturing AK and M4 magazines, meaning that our DMags are as durable
as those modern military magazines. Who needs the cost and weight of
Competing magazines come with premium prices that don't reflect any
significant performance gain. The low price point of DMags - $58.95 for a
10-pack of either 14 or 20 round mags - makes them accessible in large
quantity to everyone. Never again will you have to choose between buying
paint or the magazines to load it. Never again will you have to carry a
pod to reload your mags during a firefight. Never again will you spend
more time hunting for dropped magazines than shooting - if you drop a DMag
somewhere in a big game, just let it go...they cost about the same as a
And whoever finds it can use it in their DMag-ready paintball gun,
because odds are that DMag will survive the fight just fine.
DMags are tough. They're inexpensive. Let your opponents baby their
expensive, finicky magazines, while you load ten DMags onto your vest
for less than the cost of one case of entry level field paint.
Then you can experience the mag-fed revolution with the most realistic,
durable, and reliable equipment available.
RAP4 - As Real as it Gets!