VM68.com is for those looking for some of the best information on the VM-68 paintball gun and paintball guns from Palmer's Pursuit Shop. Some of Palmer's fine 'guns include the Typhoon, Stroker, and Blazer. If you are looking for up to the minute information on what is the latest and greatest in the paintball world, well, you've come to the wrong place. Put if you are looking for TONS of useful info and tips on these classic paintball guns, look no further!
Welcome to the newly redesigned VM68.com. After nearly 6 years without an update I figured this might be a good way to let people know I'm not dead. The design may not be great but at least it's a step up from the horribly outdated state of the old design. Now I'm sure there's going to be some hiccups. If you spot any problems, please let me know. I'll probably continue to tweek the site over the next few weeks but I'm sure something will get missed. Don't hessitate to point out problems.
One thing I should point out is that not everything is listed in the side bar sub-menus. Only the more, I assume, commonly used pages are shown. There's more to the site than what is listed in the sub menus.
Unfortunately there isn't much in the way of new additions. In fact, I actually cut out a bit of old content that just wasn't worth keeping. Seeing as how Brent Hoefling's site seems to be gone now I've added most of his pictures of the Grinder he had made several years ago. Glad I grabbed those pictures when I did. I also took several new pictures of a VM double trouble trigger. They turned out suprisingly clear considering they were taken with my phone.
Sadly that's about it. As always I'll post any pictures you may have of custom VMs and Nasty Typhoons/Hurricanes/Pumps/etc. Just send them on in.
In case anyone is still wondering, I no longer have much for spare parts. Most of my old store inventory I sold. I may get back into selling parts again but it won't be for a while yet so don't hold your breath.
So why update the site at all? Well, for one it never hurts to learn something new. In this case modern HTML and CSS. I'm no expert but I think I have a grasp on the basics. Secondly, this is just the first step towards something really great that I've been working towards. If things work out the way I hope I should have something intersting to post here later this summer. I'll keep you posted.