DM11 vs NT11: Which one is for you???


It a new year again and that mean new gear. Today, I want to look at 2 new items from Dye, the DM11 and the NT11. I want to talk to you about which one is right for you. What you are reading below is what Dye has said about their guns.

The NT11:

A revolutionary technology break through in air usage efficiency, accuracy performance and stylish design. The NT is not only the most air efficient and accurate paintball gun Dye has ever produced, it is also the lightest and most compact in its category. Continuing with Dye’s famous patented spool valve design, the new NT Boost Bolt design is the ultimate refinement of next generation spool valve technology. After several years in development, the winky sets a new performance standard for all high-end paintball markers to aspire. Simply put, the best just got better.

The Boost Bolt system is supported by a redesigned circuit board with faster processing and providing more accurate ROF control. Comfort and stability is assured with the second generation Patented Ultralight grip frame design, providing improved trigger adjustment, new retained push button system, and a redesigned battery mounting system. This grip frame combination is easily accessed through a new first for the industry, full wrap-around, winky-less sticky grip design. Mounted to the bottom of the UL frame is the new UL airport that operates with a simple easy turn, low profile knob that allows forward placement for maximum comfort.

The DM11:

The new Dye DM11 continues the tradition of being one of the lightest, smallest, fastest and accurate of paintball markers in the world. Our one-piece Fuse bolt system operates at 145psi with a shorter flow path, resulting in a shorter overall length. The low operating pressure provides smooth operating performance with minimal recoil and sound signature.

The 2011 DM Series features a low-maintenance internal patented Eye Pipe anti-chop sensing system that is self cleaning, providing trouble free high rates of fire. Durable and super-flexible detents offer supreme tenderness to the most brittle of paint. The Ultralite Reach Trigger allows the trigger’s reach and rake to be fully adjusted by the user for ultimate individual ergonomic comfort. Weighing in at 1.9lbs, the Dye DM11 is lighter than it’s predecessor, the DM9. All of these innovations, coupled with new 3D body styling and standard features like the second generation Ultralite frame, winky-less Ultralite Sticky3 grip, two piece 14” Ultralite barrel, cam lock feed neck, and cast aluminum inset DYE logo, it’s easy to see why the 2011 DM Series is “The Choice of Champions”.

They both sound pretty awesome just hearing what they’re maker says about them.

Price:

They are both amazing guns, but in these days we have just being amazing doesn’t cut it. We have to look at price. The DM11 is priced between $1199.95 and $1299.95 and the NT11 $1549.95 and $1699.95. Depending on which gun you decide to go with that’s a price difference of $100 to $500!!! That extra money will be nice when head to the field to try out your new gun. So if price isn’t something that you’re worried about the let’s move on.

Features:

Key Features of the 2011 DYE NT
1. 14 inch two piece Ultralite barrel with .688 bore
2. Spool valve
3. Low operating pressure of just 125psi
4. Eye pipe with integrated detents
5. Ultimate efficiency, 1500-1700 shots off 68/45
6. Player performance and shooting comfort
7. Ultralite airport
8. Ultralite reach trigger
9. 2nd generation ultralite frame
10. LED control with 4 fire modes and 40 ROF settings
11. Hyper3 regulator
12. Cam lock feed neck
13. Tool-less sticky grips for quick access
14. Contact pads for maximum comfort and grip

Key Features of the Dye DM11
1. 14 inch two piece Ultralite barrel with .688 bore
2. Fuse Bolt
3. Internal LPR
4. Low operating pressure of 145psi
5. Eye pipe with integrated detents
6. Ultralite airport
7. Ultralite reach trigger
8. 2nd generation ultralite frame
9. LED control with 4 fire modes and 40 ROF settings
10. Hyper3 regulator
11. Cam lock feed neck
12. Tool-less sticky grips for quick access

Well know that you know a little more about the guns, You decide. I want to hear form you. If you have either of these guns please send us your reviews!

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Christmas is over


Oven the past few months we’ve been super busy. Now that the holidays are over we can get back into the normal swing of things. I kn0w a lot of people have purchased paintball equipment. I want to know what you got and what you think about it. I know we’re always doing our reviews, but now I want to hear for you guys. Tell me what you got, what you liked about it, and what you don’t. Looking forward to hearing from everyone.

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