Dye paintball markers feature an hourglass-shaped grip frame that feels amazing in your hands. Their spool valve design delivers a smooth, whisper quiet shot profile with minimal kick. Dye paintball guns will require compressed air and an electronic hopper.
Dye has been producing paintball markers for nearly 20 years.
The company's first original design, the Dye Matrix 4 (DM4 for short.), was released in 2004 and introduced the world to Dye's patented spool valve technology. The platform instantly cemented the company as a staple in the high-end paintball marker market. As the years went on, Dye would continue to push the boundaries of high-end paintball marker design, while also developing mid-range paintball markers for rookie and novice players.