Hone your paintball skills with the R2 Paintball Barrel Bunker. It can be set up anywhere — your back yard, a park, etc. — to make a tournament-style paintball course that's affordable and perfect for practice. The clip system allows the players to make unique and customized obstacles, and the durable, inflatable bunkers are UV and fade resistant as well as waterproof and non-deformable.
* Durable 5mm PVC airtight material
* Clip system to form unique obstacles
* UV and and fade resistant
* Waterproof and non-deformable
* No-leak valve system offers fast and easy inflate and deflate capabilities
* Stakes are included to secure the bunkers to any soft surface
The R2 Inflatable Bunkers are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
1. Tippmann Custom Pro with R/T, Viewloader eVLution 2, '16 CP barrel, 48ci 3000psi pure energy tank
2. WGP prostock '04, eVLution 2, 48ci 3000psi pure energy tank.
Comes with repair kit
Takes long time to fill (without leafblower)
A bit small
Ok, so i got the 3 bunker set for like 90 at my local sporting goods store. once i got home, i read the directions and filled the base like it said, and took about 5-8 minutes to fill the bunker until it was 80% full. I took it outside, and staked it to the ground. the only reason i bought these bunkers was to practice snap shooting, and practice the breakout, these help tremendously. i have yet to have a problem with these. to those who bash these, read the instructions more, it can do wonders.
EDIT: I finally got to field test these. after setting them up in the woods to make up for spots without thick tree's, i filled them all with a leaf blower to the recomended 80% fill within about 2-3 minutes. To be on the safe side, and to comply with my moms wishes i chronoed the guns to around 200 or so so they would only shoot 30-40 feet and not hit the house. Despite me saying not to pound the bunkers with paint, My dad was just hammering the bunkers with my R/T Tippmann and these took the beating and were still working, and no holes what so-ever. I remember hitting these point blank when snap-shooting but no holes/dimples. I didnt bother to deflate them, just put them in my garage and they stored easy. I honestly have no idea why people bash these.
P.S.- The bunkers are also known as "D.B.X." at dicks sporting goods.
EDIT: What do you know!!!! when i chronoed my gun at the field, it was 275-280 which means i was playing 280 with these the whole entire time!! I guess you dont have to chrono these down.....
This is good for team practice, and backyard, and can substitute temporaly for regular field bunkers if they break.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 28th, 2008 at 2:07 pm PST
cp rolling trigger
evlution II with z/board
68/3000 carbon fiber pure energy tank
-Great for Practice
-easy to set up and take down
None so far
My team bought a 10 piece which is half of which were planning to buy. We bought only half to test them out and we were pleased. We went out there took us about 20 minutes to set it up. We used a leaf blower to blow it up and took maybe 15 seconds a bunker. Once we got them up we scrimmaged another team and played around a little bit. 1 bunker did pop the first day we used it but they gladly sent us back another bunker for free. We were not that dissapointed because we were kind of expecting it. Other than that we played for about $25 a piece which lasted a couple of hours rather than playing at a local field for about $90. We had a better time having the field to ourselves. We've came to the conclusion that if you take care of them you should be fine. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS!!!!Most people dont!!
I would reccomend this product. Even with the one bunker mess up that didn't even affect anybody's mood. We love them and suggest you to get them!
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, March 1st, 2007 at 7:23 pm PST