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WarlockMercer Friday, September 28th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Trracer, VM68, RAP 4
Marker Setup: Tippmann X-7, M4 stock, remote line, aimpoint red dot
Barrel. Get a new barrel. The 8" it comes with is crap, period.
Strengths: Durable, intimidating, tough, etc.
Weaknesses: Cost, air pig, crappy stock barrel.
Review: I had a RAP 4. Got rid of it, bought this, and was simply amazed. I'd read reviews, but had no idea it was going to be this good. So good, I bought a second for my spare.
Tough design. The body is synthetic. No rust, nothing. Almost indestructable. I weigh about 240 pounds. Have fallen on it twice so far, no damage. Not a dent...well, dents in me, none in the weapon.
The performance. It's simply awesome. No feed jams, no breaking balls in the chamber, nothing. It fires fast, it's reliable, it doesn't stop. Only problem is the lod mechanism requires air to feed the weapon. You run low on air, you have no feed system. Buy a big tank.
Big negative is the stock barrel. 8", the ports are int he forestock. So, you blow a round int he barrel, spend the next 10 minutes cleaning your forestock. Pain in the butt.
Conclusion: This is, in my opinion, the best mechanical marker out there. Tough, reliable, intimidating and customizable.
9 out of 10

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