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Real Action Paintball RAP4 M16A2 M203
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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 2.0 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $975

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The World's first real action paintball marker that is identical to the legendary M4 rifle used by SWAT Teams, Special Operation Groups, and the U.S. Military. The M4 carbine, the U.S. Military's primary weapon of choice is known for its solid construction, durability, and sustained reliability. You can have the same dependable weapon in a paintball marker, the RAP4! This marker was designed to replicate the look, feel, and action of the real M4. With features that mimic the M4, such as shell ejection after every shot, magazine fed paintballs, and a collapsible or solid stock which houses a Co2 cylinder. The RAP4 shoots .40 or .43 caliber paintballs which are encased in plastic (biodegradable) or alloy shells. With the latest improvements to the RAP4 line much better accuracy, range, and precision is achieved.
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The Real Action Paintball RAP4 M16A2 M203 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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joracer5 Thursday, August 13th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Similar
Products Used:
Tippman A-5 and Tippman Custom Pro 98
Marker Setup: A-5 Cyclone feed upgrade done by myself, E-trigger , Custom air set up with dual tanks
Recommended
Upgrades:
As far as the T68 Gen 6 . I can't really say. I think it's over priced and doesn't compare to a Tippman.
Strengths: TheT68 when it works is accurate for single shot dead on shots.
Weaknesses: Poor manual, Poor feedback from company. The cocking handle springs SUCK.
Review: I bought it figuring I was getting a well machined High End Marker. For what they charge and you don't even get a manual that explains anything. You have to download images and go from there. As an individual with plenty of experience with my A5 and Custom 98 I figured it would be easy but guess again. The marker looks awesome and it has a real feel but your better off with an X7 if your after a mil-sim look. It is now in pieces as I am too aggrivated to even deal with it. I am waiting a response form the company as to getting it repaired along with a written form explaing what went wrong in the first place. I would'nt recommend these to anyone as they are way over priced and service at least for me is on the other side of the country. I thought about selling it on EBay but I could'nt see dumping it on someone else's lap. It looks like I'm stuck with a 486.00 M4 replica. I guess you live and learn!
Conclusion: Stick with BT or Tippman for your ralistic looking markers. At least theres plenty of places to get it serviced, parts are always available and well worth the price.
Rating:
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