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Airborne507th Wednesday, October 24th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:

Marker Setup: AGD MiniMag: 24oz Co2 with remote and expansion chamber forgrip. Intelliframe w/ blade trigger. Smart Parts Freak kit. Stainless steel back. Barrel is either 7" Freak or 14" All American front. Q-Loader with Custom Mounting Socket (CMS).

Spyder: TL-R silver body, Alum Freak back, Dye sticky, Kingman ESP CAMD frame, SPPS Dragonfly Striker, CORE Delrin Anti-Chop bolt, New Designz High flow valve/pin, 6 Piece Psychoballistics Spyder Spring kit, V-Force loader.

RAP4: T68 GEN 3 M4 CQB marker, Tactical Rifled Barrel, Quick diconnect bi-pod, Spyder Spring kit (stacked springs), Q-Loader with Special Force Q-Loader Mount, Metal Vertical Feed Adapter
Gen 3 Internals
Extra O-Ring kit
Q-Loader with Special Force Q-Loader Mount
Vertical Feed Adapter (its metal)
Possible new Barrel (cheaper to match paint to barrel)
Strengths: Looks
Weaknesses: External Hard Line O-Rings
Review: This review is for the T68 CQB Gen 3. Not the Gen 1 or Gen 2. I stress this because I have read all the reviews and a lot of the issues stem from earlier generations. That being said this maker takes a higher level of sophistication to strip down and maintain.

This is a great looking marker. The maker worked right out of the box. No leaks. No problem. I then striped it down to lube it up. This is where I ran into a problem with the external Hard Line tube. I pushed the Air Adapter into the Hard Line but did not lube it up. Well after reassembling the maker and trying it out, well you guessed it. Air leak!! Well this is why rap4 gives you extra o-rings. I used my o-ring pick to remove the little o-ring in the Hard Line and replaced it with a new one. I gassed it up and NO Leak. No problem since. I inspected the damaged o-ring and noticed that it had gotten shaved when I shoved it into place. Make sure you lube the tube before you reassemble.

The accuracy was good. At 50 feet it was like hammering nails. 75 feet I hit my target (back of a stop sign) 8 out of 10. Let me say that my test was line of sight so I did not have to ark my shots much if at all. I aimed and fired. Now my final shots I fired straight ahead and then marked where the ball first hit. Well they hit the 125 foot mark and a few feet more, however had I been aiming at your head it would have hit you on the foot.

I mounted a Q-Loader on my T68 and it works fantastic. The profile is reduced and you will not out run the loader. I have no problems with ball chops or double feeds.
Conclusion: This is a realistic looking marker. It looks just like an M4. The price is good for the looks and the accuracy.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, December 10th, 2007 at 9:33 pm PST

Review Comments
PsEuDo_PB Thursday, January 3rd, 2008 | 11:33 am PST
Hey man did you get your cqb off

Airborne507th Saturday, January 5th, 2008 | 7:48 am PST
Originally posted by PsEuDo_PB
Hey man did you get your cqb off

Yes I bought the T-68 from website. Happy paintballing.

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