Oct 12, 2012

Dye DAM - Dye Assault Matrix


The Dye DAM aka. Dye Assault Matrix is a brand new paintball gun that is just hitting the market from Dye Precision. Fully loaded, the Dye DAM Assault Matrix is ready for some serious action right out of the box. Check out all 4 available Dye DAM colors & a huge list of features below.
 



The Dye DAM Assault Matrix was built from the ground up to be the ultimate product for tactical players. We wanted to provide the industry with a stunning tactical marker that gives users the performance of a high-end tournament marker, as well as the aesthetics and features that tactical players need to thrive on the battlefield.

The DAM has the ability to switch from a Magazine Fed system to a Loader Fed system with the flip of a switch, it can seamlessly change firing modes (semi, three round burst, full auto), comes standard with Picatinny rails for accessorizing, a gas-through frame, an easily maintainable bolt with a quick release system and built in hyper regulator, clamping feedneck, competition-style single trigger frame, Dye Tactical Sticky Grips, and much more. The Dye Assault Matrix delivers the perfect combination of performance and versatility, catering to all styles of play and giving users that edge on the scenario field that only Dye can provide. The weight of the DYE DAM Assault Matrix is 5.15 lbs with the clip. Dye Assualt Matrix


Here is the list of features for the DYE DAM Paintball Gun
-Weight: 5.15 lbs
-Length: 36 inches
-Caliber: .68Cal / Shaped projectile ready (First Strike)
-Barrel Length: 14 inches standard
-Operating Pressure: 150 psi
-Max Rate of Fire: 25+ Balls per second
-Mode of Fire: Semi-Auto, 3 Shot Burst, Full Auto
-Bolt Type: Spool Valve with Internal Regulator
-Loaidng System: Hopper and Magazine, On the Fly System
-Magazine: 20 round, 10 round, Assault repair kit
-Feedneck: Removable Right hand feed
-ASA: Airport with on off
-Grip Frame: 45 Style with StickyGrips™
-Eye System: Rotating Eyepipe™
-Stock: CAR Style Stock
-Mounting System: 1913 Picatinny Rail

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