Originally Posted by minimag03
I think I read something about how the Nano wasn't cost efficient to produce so they stropped making them. This feedneck is being used on a lot of Empire guns already so Empire only has to make a simple insert compared to an entirely different design. It's odd they are going to call it the Nano considering the first version looks to be smaller.
I can't see how machining and including an "insert" would be any more cost effective.
Why would they prototype and release a part that they could not make money on?
C'mon.. they've been around long enough... I seriously doubt they work like that. We're not talking about some dude machining a handful of parts in his garage...
AND if that was the reason... that explains why so many paintball businesses come and go... and why paintball will never be mainstream. You gotta have big cash to play on the big stage with other mainstream sports.