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[ELITE] Commander
41 years old
March 28, 1973
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Draper, Utah

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  1. Tippmann X7 Phenom

    17 November 2010 - 08:19 PM

    Bad Karma Paintball Team end of season review of the Tippmann X7 Phenom.

    I don't know if there is a team that has put this marker to the test more than we have. We have had two Man Expos where thousands of people fired them and we lent them out for people to use at our Operation Bad Karma event on top of our standard team use. We didn't shoot them a couple times and write a review, we used and abused them like you would not believe before writing this. Enjoy!

  2. Tippmann X7 Phenom Magazine Mods

    08 September 2010 - 09:09 AM

    The Bad Karma Paintball Team received the new Tippmann X7 Phenom Magazine Mods to test and review.

    Read the review here:

  3. Operation Bad Karma: Ultimate Combat Scenario

    25 February 2010 - 05:13 PM

    Operation Bad Karma: Ultimate Combat Scenario

    April 24, 2010 | A Pirates Paradise, Mesquite, NV

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    The Bad Karma Paintball Team hosts its annual, Operation Bad Karma: Ultimate Combat Scenario.

    [ Brigade Link ] - [ Information, Registration & Rules ] - [ Web Flyer ]

    CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER: The Colombian Drug Cartel vs. U.S. Special Operations Forces

    Players from all over the nation are invited to come experience one of the most realistic paintball scenarios. Based on the movie CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER, this scenario features patrolling, casualty cards, booby traps, air strikes and sniper missions!

    After United States Coast Guard cutter Panache intercepts a stolen yacht who’s owners have been murdered by drug runners, the President of the United States announces a major escalation in the ongoing War On Drugs. As part of this escalation a small group of U.S. Army Rangers is dropped deep into the South American mountains to run operations against the growers and producers of illegal narcotics.

    The reduction in production creates strife in the volatile Medellín cartel, which prompts one drug family leader to assassinate the Director of the FBI while on a visit to Columbia. The President of the United States creates Operation Reciprocity in order to go after the leaders of the cartel. The Ranger force begins a systematic campaign to eliminate the Cartel leadership.

    "These drug cartels represent a clear and present danger to the national security of the United States." – The President of the United States

    For more information and registration visit:
  4. Tippmann to Sponsor Bad Karma Paintball Team

    18 January 2010 - 01:37 PM

    Tippmann to Sponsor Bad Karma Paintball Team

    Salt Lake City, Utah – January 18, 2010 – Bad Karma, a competitive scenario, big game and CQB paintball team from Salt Lake City, Utah, today announced they will be sponsored by Tippmann for the 2010 season. They join an exclusive group of less than 20 teams around the world honored by Tippmann.

    Bad Karma will run Tippmann paintball markers in games scheduled throughout the country. They will participate in scenarios and competitions from California to Chicago this season. The X7 Phenom from Tippmann will also be the official marker of two Operation Bad Karma events the team is putting on this year–the first is a CQB event at Addiction Paintball in Ogden, Utah on January 30th while the second is a scenario game at A Pirate’s Paradise in Mesquite, Nevada on April 24th.

    "It's a great honor and responsibility to be sponsored by Tippmann," said Jared Bronson, Team Commander. "We have run Tippmann markers throughout the team's history and have always been impressed with how they perform under the most extreme of circumstances. The new X7 Phenom is no exception. It has some amazing new technology behind it. We are looking forward to our entire team getting their hands on them."

    To see the team's schedule or find out about Operation Bad Karma events, visit www.teambadkarma.com.

    About Bad Karma
    Bad Karma is a scenario, big game and CQB paintball team based Salt Lake City, Utah. The team competes in events throughout the Rocky Mountain region and beyond. The 18 current team members are some of the most competitive and passionate in the region. As a result, Bad Karma has won numerous awards on a team and individual level. Team sponsors include Tippmann, Elite Weekend Productions, A Pirate’s Paradise, Addiction Paintball, The Utah National Guard and TreeHouse Interactive. Visit www.teambadkarma.com for more information on the team.

    About Tippmann
    For more than 20 years, Tippmann Sports has been dedicated to quality manufacturing as well as cutting edge technology and design. The company serves the paintball industry from its headquarters and manufacturing facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Tippmann Sports' complete line of paintball markers and related accessories can be found at paintball stores and fields as well as mass retail and sporting goods outlets throughout the world. For more information, visit www.tippmann.com.
  5. Our Special Ops Paintball New Owner Brian "MOATI" Russell Ne

    30 December 2009 - 12:25 PM

    One of our dear paintball friends is in need of some help, Brian "MOATI" Russell. If you can spare even just a dollar or two, that would help. Every dollar adds up. Read and help here:


    Mods, I have received permission from MOATI to post this. Please check with him with questions about this post.

    Many thanks to all!!

    P.S. If possible, please Facebook, tweet, re-tweet, etc. etc. this link to all your paintball friends:


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