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The Tippmann Sports brand has been one of the most renowned manufacturers of paintball equipment worldwide for over 20 years. With the Tippmann TMC, Tippmann also has the currently most popular paintball beginner marker in its ranks. We are often asked which paintballs are most suitable for the Tippmann TMC. With this question, we generally recommend our customers the Tippmann Combat Paintballs, suitable for the Tippmann TMC paintball marker. We always have fresh Tippmann paintballs in stock for you, because we get them directly from the manufacturer. So don't hesitate and buy Tippmann paintballs here now.

Tippmann Combat Paintballs

In addition to its famous markers, the Tippmann Sports brand also offers paintballs and paintball balls that are tailored to the markers. The best-selling product in this area are the proven Tippmann Combat Paintballs. They are ideal for use in the Tippmann TMC MagFed paintball marker. Tippmann Combat Paintballs feature a hard, two-tone shell and a viscous, luminous fill. The filling is 100% biodegradable and can be removed from clothing without leaving any residue when washed after the game. This is what makes the Tippmann Combat Paintballs so popular with players all over the world.

Tippmann marker - Tippmann TMC & Co.

No matter which Tippmann paintball marker you play, whether Tippmann TMC , Tippmann TMC Elite , Tippmann Custom 98 or the newer Tippmann Cronus, all models work on the same principle. They are all so-called blowback paintball markers. These need paintballs that are as hard as possible for optimal function. Here Tippmann has created a solution with its in-house product, the Tippmann Combat Paintballs. We therefore recommend that all our customers only shoot Tippmann paintballs in their Tippmann markers. Of course, all other paintball brands and types with a hard shell are also suitable, but you can only achieve optimal results with Tippmann Combat Paintballs. Especially the MagFed paintball markers Tippmann TMC and Tippmann Stormer, which are loaded via a magazine, need hard paintballs that are not platezn or crushed in the magazine. Users of the Tippmann TMC Magazin are certainly familiar with the problem from practice.