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Forgotten4Ever Tuesday, June 7th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month9 of 12 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Pretty Much Every Scenario Gun There Is....
(TIppmanns, Airsoft, ATS, RAMs, & Some Spyders)
Marker Setup: RAP RAM-4 LE A1, 5 Magazines, 1 45g Cylinder, 1 60g Cylinder, Tactical Sling, Commando Birdcage Muzzle, Shell Catcher.
Recommended
Upgrades:
Do Not Get Anything Below The LE Versions!!!
Your Marker Comes Stock With A 45g Cylinder, Get A 60g To Be Safe!!!
Get 5-10 Clips, 5 Is Fine, Just Be Conservative!!!
Buy A Shell Catcher, It Saves Money And Hastle!!!
Strengths: Some Accuracy
Very Compact
Clip Fed
Select Fire
CO2 Powered
Shells!
Weaknesses: Poor Build
.43 Cal. Ammo
Expensive
Low Range
Again, Poor Build
Review: Ok, The Marker Is Full Metal, Very Durable, Very Stable. Shoots Straight And Dead-On At About 50 Feet Max. You'll Hardly Use Auto In An Open Field Skirmish, But When Your Team Is Contorolling Over 60% of The Field, And You Need To Get Up On The Enemy, The Auto Is There For You. The Forward Asist, Bolt Release And Cocking Handle Don't Actually Do Anything (The Handle Opens The Ejection Port For Shell Release) But They All Move Stable. The Rifle Weighs Almost As Much As The Real One When Fully loaded, So Mil-Sim Is Somewhat True To Life. And The Shells Are Very Cool When Playing In A Place Where You Dont Have To Collect Them, Or you just have alot of them. The Paintball Break A Little Tuffer, But Work Well Enough In CQB. Been Using My RAP4 LE For About 2 Months And Have Had Several Problems of Velocity Adjustment And Accuracy, The Gun Is Not An Open-Field Skirmish Gun! Use Only For CQB!
Conclusion: This Is A Good In-Door Training Gun, But Complicated Core Breakdown, Not That You Need To Do It. Not Very Reliable As The Mags Release Ammo Un-Willingly And Somtimes It Will Misfire And You Need To Tild The Upper Receiver To Adjust A Little Pin. Better Than E-Markers And More Compact Than Most PB Guns. Only Get It As A CQB Primary, I Must Stress This!
Rating:
6 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, September 14th, 2005 at 2:57 am PST
 

Review Comments
venomgz Tuesday, June 7th, 2005 | 6:25 pm PST
A5 Flatline Accuracy, 04 WGP Rang

?

ALL BARRELS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE FLATLINE SHOOT THE SAME DISTANCE...

god u nubs...

and the a5 flatline has crappyy accuracy unless u got the right borre size and the size that it comes in is less common
   

Hudson Wednesday, September 14th, 2005 | 6:20 am PST
Gee Einstein, apparently you have never heard of the hop up barrel installed in the Warsensor WS-66, which has "only" been out for a few years now. Flatlines aren't the only barrels out there that give increased range. Maybe you should do a little research before making an @$$ out of yourself any further.
   

hollywood53 Sunday, February 5th, 2006 | 12:45 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by venomgz
A5 Flatline Accuracy, 04 WGP Rang

?

ALL BARRELS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE FLATLINE SHOOT THE SAME DISTANCE...

god u nubs...

and the a5 flatline has crappyy accuracy unless u got the right borre size and the size that it comes in is less common


Well it says don't insult others when you add or make a comment but that's out the window with you huh smart guy? I've been playing paintball for close to 15 years and I have seen your type come and go. Your lack of knowledge of barrels ,accuracy ,bore sizing and flat lines or any barrel for that matter is the first reason you should withhold your woeful advise. My other issue witch is what compelled me to take my time to add a comment is as follows- your apparent lack of respect or tolerance or dislike for "nubs" as you put it is irritating to say the least and when you follow it with advice you obviously know nothing about , well lets just say you should hold your tongue and let people wonder if your an idiot rather than opening your mouth and proving it! do some research and educate your self then make comments-NOT INSULTS! this web sight has massively great info and a great deal of knowledgeable people to just wast my time with crap like yours! You can even find the education you need HERE-on this web sight about accuracy or there have been many articles this year alone in APG. By the way this website has a spell checker so your comments don't read like a 5th grader wrote them-just a suggestion.
As for this article I think this was a good one! he obviously has issues and stated them with his opinion.
Last edited on Sunday, February 5th, 2006 at 1:11 pm PST
   

Tm7Springer Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 | 2:48 am PST
The only I'm contending is the people saying that the charging Händel does not do any thing. If you open up the marker you will see on the core the Händel does cycle the rear bolt
   

Tm7Springer Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 | 2:50 am PST
The only I'm contending is the people saying that the charging Händel does not do any thing. If you open up the marker you will see on the core the Händel does cycle the rear bolt
   

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