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JonnyCastle Friday, March 20th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
6 months18 of 19 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Complete APS RAM R series, A Series, S Series, APS RAM Combat and APS RAM 50 Pistols.
Marker Setup: APS RAM2R, Green Laser & Tactical Foregrip with 1" Flashlight adapter and On/Off Trigger, TRIJICON ACOG 4 x 32 scope, 5 x Magazines, Brass catcher.
Strengths: Very Accurate
VERY realistic
Minimum hassle on cO2 changeouts
Weaknesses: Magazine capacity
Review: I just LOVE this marker!! I bought mine from XTC Paintball in South Africa and also got all my accessories from them. The marker is an absolute beauty! I have had not one single ball breakage, no magazine jams, no cO2 leaks. Not to mention the gasps of AWE when I take her out of her bag :-) I get consistent headshots at 35m, but she does tend to enlarge the groupings on full auto.

I just need to point out that Umarex USA/Germany are NOT the manufacturers of these markers - they are licenced to sell them under the RAM brandname, but they do NOT manufacture the RAM R, A, S, 68 ( shotgun ) RAM Combat or RAM 50 series markers. I believe they are manufactured by Quan Wei Paintball Support in China and marketed by APS RAM in China. The markers are also a lot cheaper ( around $ 520.00 excluding Shipping and Customs ) in South Africa.
Conclusion: Thjis is a MUST have for any milsim or scenario paintball player :-)
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, March 20th, 2009 at 4:26 am PST

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