Action Marker

Collection

Here is the gallery of Action Markers paintball markers in the collection.   
Sentinel
2001?
The Sentinel was a semi automatic marker that was used not only a dependable personal marker but also was found in rental fleets for paintball stores and paintball parks. Also the company would have the markers that were bought for stores and fields engraved with there logo. The museum has several of these on display.   
Diadem
2002?
The Diadem was the only electronic marker the company produced. It had eye system to see paintballs in the breach, clamping feed neck and was a blow forward style operation. The museum has one on display serial number:
AM-4
2004?
The AM-4 was based off the Sentinel with barrel shroud and adjustable CAR stock to be a reliable woods player marker. Not many of this variant were released estimated only 150 produced. The museum does not have this marker and is looking to acquire one to place on display!
Illusion
2002
Pump marker had dual pump rods , and a light return spring to return the pump block and bolt to the forward position. Threaded feed tubes make switching to stock feed push pins for field stripping. The museum does not have this marker and is looking to acquire it!
William Shatner Illusion
2002
Beyond the quality of the workmanship and gold plating. Each one of the 25 produced has William Shatner's signature machined directly into the body of the marker. Each marker also comes with a certificate of authenticity which were hand signed by William Shatner himself. The museum does not have this marker as they are extremely costly and rare.
Sentinel
2001?
The Sentinel was a semi automatic marker that was used not only a dependable personal marker but also was found in rental fleets for paintball stores and paintball parks. Also the company would have the markers that were bought for stores and fields engraved with there logo. The museum has several of these on display.   
May of 2005 Action Markers closed their doors. The threats and law suits from Brass Eagle and WGP had forced the small company to close. The company had been accused of stealing designs  intellectual property of other company's.

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