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Kennesaw Mountain Markers (KM2) is once again pleased to announce the introduction of a new product to the high-tech world of paintball, the 

The Glacier is a drop-in replacement board for the Shocker with a host of features. Whether you are a hard-core tourney player or an occasional recball player, these features will bring out the best your shocker has to offer.

- Fully adjustable microswitch trigger, now experience the mouse-click trigger found on other electronic markers, from short and sweet to long and smooth, the choice is yours.
- Stock 9v. The Glacier runs standard on a 9v battery, and includes all necessary hardware.
- Standard with remote or on board On/Off switch.
- All of the exciting trigger modes found on KM2    True Turbo (3 shots for 2 pulls, right away and all the time)
    True Semi
    Programmable burst (from 2 to 200)
    Full Auto
- 2 Tournament lockout modes, Turbo (limited to 8.75 balls/sec) and Semi.
- Field-programmable (just turn it on and tap the trigger to select what fire mode you want)
- Status LED (point out side of gun, a small hole must be drilled to see it)
- Support for a charging jack
- Support for CPU-controlled hopper.

The Glacier comes in 3 versions:

$145 - Standard - on/off switch mounted on board, and takes up the hole drilled for the select-fire switch)
$145 - Remote - includes mounting hardware for the on/off switch being mounted off-board (you must drill and mount the switch yourself)
$125 - Triggerless - for use with the RIP kit, the microswitch assembly is not included, simply hook the wires up to the RIP.

Contact KM2 for details on ordering- 770-426-1581 or by email (preferred):

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