tipman pumps, tipman custom 98, typman A5, spyder classic, spyder Aggresor, angel, Cocker, and some others i cant remember their names...
RAP4 LE, no accesories yet
Anything and M4 can carry and you like (Rails for flash lights and laser pointers are on my xmas list)
Realism, water submergible, REALISM, no hopper, REALISM,
Single dealer, not acceptable on regular (hard headed) fields, no open availability of paintball size.
I recieved very exited about it, i opened and tested, taked more time to be "ready", more discipline, needed to "prepare" the mags, i could quicly attach a 9oz tank, and starte shooting... it put holes in cardboard boxes (computer motherboard boxes) at 30 feet, very very accurate (2 inch grouping), the "cases dropping" felt really cool (and caused quite and impression on real play), but i suggest you get a case holder to save some money. Fps regulation its different, and that will cause troubles in some fields (did i mention hard headed?), but its safer than .68, lacks the same LONG distance, but its quite comparable with tippman A5. Magazine can be taken out one put it without lossing some/all paintballs
I read several bad reviews on RAP4, but seem the RAP4 LE had fixed most of them.
I had my orange tip painted with car paint... hated that...
If scenario and realism as it can get its your thing, then THIS is the gun for ya. NOT a speedball gun, lack the ammo capabilities and range. Not perfect, manufacturer can still fix some issues, like magz loosing balls when unloaded not empty.
"Not accepted on hard headed fields" you say! and by that you must mean fields that uphold rules and don't break them because you want them to and you bought an expensive marker without first researching where you could use it!
Hollywood, the RAMs can be clocked at 300 FPS, if they have the appropriate parts in them, and changeout to those parts in an LE takes less than 5 minutes. I do it all the time with mine. If they meet field chrono, there's no reason to not allow them on the field. In these cases, "hard headed" would probably be a good descriptor.
You said "regular(hardheaded)fields"---Hmmmm if you mean honest rule abiding fields that have integrity and force some of "you" rule breaking honorless- "I'LL BEND THE RULES TO DO WHAT i WANT if I can get away with it" players to play by the laws and rules set forth then good YOU ARE A BLIGHT ON THE SPORT AND HOPE NOT TO SEE YOU AT A REAL FIELD!
BURNS ME UP CRAP LIKE THIS--EVERY EXCUSE IN THE WORLD WHY THIS MARKER CAN'T BE USED AT A REAL FIELD...EXCEPT THE TRUTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
quote:Originally posted by phecri902 Hollywood, the RAMs can be clocked at 300 FPS, if they have the appropriate parts in them, and changeout to those parts in an LE takes less than 5 minutes. I do it all the time with mine. If they meet field chronograph, there's no reason to not allow them on the field. In these cases, "hard headed" would probably be a good descriptor.
ONCE AGAIN ,fields will let you play with these at 300fps -no ones said that the smaller ball is banned I've played at fields too numerous to list and never NEVER seen the smaller ca. banned just the speed topped at 300fps.. but you and I know to stand a chance out there with .68 cal you have to crank up your fps drastically and that is not legal (astm).
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