LUXEIt’s no secret that DLX’s parent company Smart Parts is undergoing a series of financial setbacks that have impacted its ability to function in the marketplace. With that being said, tournament players world wide have been wondering what the future holds for the Luxe, DLX’s flagship marker. With the slow economy, inventories of luxury items typically back up as buyers reign in their spending. Not so with the Luxe. If rumors serve us right, DLX has been unable to keep up with the demand for its premium paintball guns and they continue to fly off the shelves. With that being said, the rumor that follows may shock you.

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With the postponing of the second USPL pro event, funds that would have been otherwise committed elsewhere have been freed up for several teams. The mid west pro team, Indianapolis Mutiny, has taken advantage of the opportunity and will be competing at the … Read More

Many in the paintball community have been worried about the future of their premium paintball marker while Smart Parts deals with their financial situation.. Fortunately DLX / LUXE fans, Darryl Trent has released an update regarding the future of the service and support for the paintball markers.

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