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FULDA Gap 2013 DAM Domination by DYE Tactical Team WCP!

Friday, December 27th, 2013


If you LOVE scenario paintball, with Live tanks, lots of HUGE gun fights, tactical advances, real paintball sniping and just tons of fun
then you need to come to The Fulda Gap Scenario!  This is an annual game held in November that is clearly one of the BEST paintball
scenario events to come to and experience!  Three days of great paintball with over 1000 players from all over the world!

Friday started with magfed only events, anti-tank battles and a Legends of Fulda showdown featuring some of the great past players
that have contributed to previous Fulda Gap events.  Plus we got to reconnect with all our paintball brothers and sisters that we haven’t
seen in a while and we met lots of new players.

Saturday we started the two day scenario where NATO and Warsaw troops battle it out over the hilly 70 acres.  WCP played on the Warsaw side this year and for two days we marched up and down the field shooting faces and capturing NATO bases.  The firepower from our Dye Assault Matrix and DM13′s proved again very effective to help secure the win!

Here is our video killcam highlights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTo0hLkxoy0

Special thanks to the Command Decisions staff for always putting on a great event and a huge thanks to DYE Tactical for the outstanding gear.  This is one of those events that if you haven’t had a chance to attend, you need to put it on your paintball calendar and we will see you next year.

Check out Team WCP’s Facebook Page-> www.Facebook.com/WCPPB
and Dye Tactical at www.Facebook.com/DyeTactical

Osvaldo “Papa” Lopes staying busy in the off-season

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

15 miles from Sau Paulo, Brazil, in the town of Peruz. Ops Field, an old cement factory, is a very large field that looks like a scene from World War II. They always hold a variety of exciting games, which is a great way to mix it up in the off-season. One thing that makes the game very interesting….. you can only use your loader of paint. You can’t take any extra paint, so you have to attack, and make as many one-shot-kills as possible. Sometimes the games are 50 vs. 50 so every ball counts! Its a great way to hone your skills, and still have fun in the off-season.
Big thanks to DYE Tactical for all of the gear! See everyone in 2014!
Follow Dye Tactical at www.facebook.com/DyeTactical and on Instagram @DyeTactical

StaarGate 2014 by William “The Prince” Clifford

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

StaarGate 2014

On the weekend of the 14th and 15th of September I ventured North to Leeds, to play the annual StaarGate big game, held at the Powerplay field. This would be my first year playing Staargate, and having heard such great stories; with over 500 players attending, I just had to play!

Arriving early on the Saturday was great – there was so much to walk around and see; from a bouncy castle to a 20v20 speedball match. Once I’d set my tent up, I headed down to the staging area to gear up and take part in the oldies v young-guns game. We played two rounds of this and us young-guns won confidently each round. It was a great chance to play on a small segment of the field and get a taste for what the big game was going to be like!

The organisers of the UK’s tournament series – the CPPS – were running a Sup’Air mini game to give people the chance to try it out for the first time, so later that afternoon I hopped on there and had a blast – still rocking the DAM, ofcourse! It brought back some great memories from my days as a tournament player, and my equipment preformed just as flawlessly as it does out in the woods!

Sunday began with an explosive start and we quickly managed to push the blues right back into their re-spawn area thanks to some aggressive gameplay. My highlight of the weekend was sneaking through the bushes and winning a 4 on 1 – I mean it when I say this camo works. Take a look at some of the photos! (Credits to BradloPhotography).

Timing the last push perfectly with great effect, we managed to push the blue team out of the key areas thanks to decisive communication from our faction leaders. We dominated gameplay on the Sunday and we ultimately cruised home victorious. It was a great weekend with lots of exciting fire fights on the field, and a great opportunity to catch up with some old friends off the field.

Huge thanks to Shoreline Outdoor Paintball for by far the best scenario game I’ve been to all year and a huge thanks to Dye Paintball UK and Dye Tactical for the outstanding gear.

 

Catch me on Facebook @ WilliamCliffordOfficial and Instagram @wclifford93 for photos and videos from the events I attend.

The final stop on my war tour is a mag fed only event that I’ll be playing in Draklow Tunnels. So look forward to seeing some epic firefights!

Badass Blog from the MagFed Uprising Event by Dye Tactical’s WCP Clan

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Another Successful World Combat Paintball (WCP) Magfed Event

by: WCP Clan -> “Hambo”

The day is October 5th, 2013. 0900 hours and the heat is already among us in the hills of North Carolina. Command Decisions Wargames Center, players from all around the south eastern state have gathered to do one thing and one thing only, play MagFed paintball. The training event was scheduled and put on by Chad “Hoot” Moore as an event known as MagFed Uprising to bring awareness to the up and coming gameplay of MagFed paintball.

Companies such as DYE Tactical, Milsig and Stark Pursuit all had strong showings at the event. Each company had something a little different to showcase but all with the same end goal in mind, to support magfed gameplay and make it a more prolific event so that we can bring more players into the sport of paintball. Milsig Paintball had Doug Brown on hand to tech and lend out various models of Milsig markers. Stark Pursuit had their Zeta Mags on hand to demo to pistol players that might not have heard of this slick new magazine. DYE Tactical was represented by their sponsored team WCP to offer FREE Dye Assault Matrix’s as marker loaners, to help spread the word to those that maybe haven’t heard about the DAM. At one point Spanky from WCP even had to loan out his personal DAM due to the demand for DAMs!

At 1000 hours the first type of training game was a 5v5 single mag elimination game. This type of gameplay taught you to be effective with a maximum of 20 rounds and that made it fair across the board with every player.

Next event, onto two magazines and 10v10 central prop games. These games were so fun that it seemed to make me feel as if I were new to the sport again just simply by changing the dynamics of the games due to not having 180 plus rounds at the disposal of one trigger pull. Teams such as Callsign Boxer, Da Immortals, WCP, and a multitude of walk ons all agreed the 10v10 prop games seemed to blur the lines of magfed and other styles of paintball due to its fast pace and adrenaline filled assaults. Team WCP was utilizing their DAMs with Dye CG paint and we were pretty much unstoppable through every round of competition!

After Lunch there was a 2v2 bracket of pistols only hosted by Stark Pursuit. The winners of the 2v2 event each would be awarded with one of the all new Zeta Mags. Stark Pursuit encouraged everyone to come down and play pistols only by supplying players with not only with Zeta Mags to use but also packs and pistols, complete with paint! I personally had never played with the Zeta Mags before but found them very easy to manipulate and convenient to have 20 rounds packed into one pistol mag. Stark Pursuit set the bar for action by giving each player one mag and providing one extra mag in the center of the field for either team to obtain. There were about 20 teams of two from all the players attending. WCP entered three teams with two of those teams making it to the semifinals. At the end, Kraken and Jaws of WCP were the winners of competition and two brand new Zeta mags!

The last part of the event was an hour and half scenario which would be a single hit elimination round where the opfor (Callsign Boxer, Da Immortals, and other players) would have an injured hostage waiting in an undisclosed location on the field. The rescue team (WCP, Tango Alpha Two, and other players) would insert in an undisclosed location and attempt to locate and extract the injured hostage. Sounds easy right? Wrong. While the majority of players were taking shots at each other on the 2v2 pistol competition, Callsign Boxer was hydrating and range testing their SAR12s, DAMs and Milsig markers with first strike rounds. The battle was fierce with the rescue team making a strong push near the end, but Callsign Boxer and the opfor team would go on to prove too much of an adversary to complete the objective within the allotted 90 minute game period, kudos to them.

So when is the next MagFed event? The next organized major MagFed event will be on November 8th, the Friday of Fulda Gap Scenario which is also held at Command Decisions Wargames Center in Taylorsville NC. Don’t have a magfed marker? Don’t worry WCP & Dye Tactical will be onsite with FREE DAM loaners again to let you test drive the markers and see what all the DAM hype is!  Make sure you mark the event on your calendar and come out and join us!

Hambo Out!

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MAGFED Open Games now at CPX Sports!

Friday, August 9th, 2013

Throw that hopper away, grab some first strike rounds and get your Dye DAM ready for MAGFED Games August 18th at CPX Sports!  What’s the best part?  It’s only $20 for all the special missions, tactical scenarios, and magfed play you can handle.

Visit www.cpxsports.com or Facebook.com/CPXSports for more information and to find out how to register.

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