The Silver Eagle Raptor is an all metal semi-auto
marker. The Silver Eagle Raptor is similar to the
Green Raptor in design, but has a longer ported
barrel which is quieter and more acurate, and
comes with a bottom line installed. Just like the
Green Raptor, the SIlver Eagle Raptor offers faster
firing rates, a more comfortable grip, and is
The Brass Eagle Raptor Silver Eagle is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Tippmann 98 custom pro, JT tac-5 recon, JT Stealth
Camo JT Tac-5 Recon, I have an 8" barrel on it, also a black barrel shroud.
Whatever upgrades fit your player type, is what you should get
Sweet look, case, quiet, comes with cleaner & polisher squegie
A little heavy
A good start em up marker, for any PB beginner. I love the raw power look of this Brass Eagle marker. I think the look combined with the performance, it makes a deadly combination. Ok..so it may chop a few balls, but every gun willdo that. All in all, great gun, for beginners, and pros.
Deffinately get this marker if you are a beginner, plenty upgrades are available for this. Good luck :)
48/3000 psi tank
evil driver barrel
new bolt(if possible)
Low rate of fire.
I needed a last minute gun for a friend. I saw this gun at a local shop for 30 dollars so i got it for my friend ot use. So the first round he has it i moved up the right side of the field with him but we couldnt move too fast because every 20 shots it would chop a ball, and we would have to hold up to clean it out. The accurace of the gun wasn't very good to start but with a choped ball you might as well not even have a barrel on the gun at all.
I tested it out myself after round was over and........ it blows.
It is ok if you like to squeegy every 5 or so minutes, but for a bit more $ you could have a way better gun that has better accuracy and doesn't chop.
just a 32 degree terminator barrel
ventury bolt sold on ebay Rare
just a 32 degree terminator barrel
velocity adjuster they sell on ebay
They will shoot with mud water any where any time
Not too many Upgrades
My firs gun:
Never disapointed me very acurate with the barrel I know that they are many guns today but in the back days This gun rocks!
you can disasamble it fast It isnt heavy can be rebuilt over and over again
can still get some deasent barrels
needs a drop forward
OLDSCHOOL IF YOU WANT TO FEEL THE OLDSCHOOL HIT BUY ONE THEY ARENT EXPENSIVE AND NOW YOU CAN SAY YOU HAVE PLAYED PAINTBALL! Giving it a 10 beacuse in its days It wast the SSHHHH
A-5 Tippmann with a RT, 12 inch g36 barrel from opsgear, with a rifle stock, remote and a 45mm red dot sight
Dont put anymore monye into this, sell it while you can and get something does does nto have Brass Eagle on the side of it.
ok, back in the day when I started playing paintball and I was a clueless newbie I got my dad to bring one of these from the US. I was really happy since this was like 7 years ago and on my field there were few markers with 45 grips and double triggers, and it looked really cool compared to other low end markers and the rental markers. As a newbie I never really felt that I had a bad marker, only trully bad thing is that althoguht it is supposed to be able to shoot 10 bps if ypou try to you will cho like crazy, you need a better hopper. I was really happy for a couple of months, then I moved to Argentina and I stopped playing paintball for about 6 years. When I started playng again I pulled out my old Raptor and took it to the field. At some moment in the last 6 years it had broken so I was unable to use it, so I rented a 2007 spyder and noticed that the rental spyder was quite better than what I remebered from my raptor, this I confirmed when I got my raptor fixed and used it. Then I was sure that this marker deserved no money to invest on it, so I put it in a box in the back of my closet and got an A-5. If you find a a used silver raptor for under 45 dollars and you really dont wanna spend anymore money than that than go ahead buy it, I mean it will shoot paint and will be good enought for a newbie. But if you got anymore cash to spend than get any other marker, dont get anything that says Brass Eagle down the side
Get something else unless you can get it for really cheap and dont really care about having a crappy marker
Smart Parts Ion
Cp Roller Trigger
4500 psi Nitro Carbon Wrapped Peanut
Freak Barrel Kit
Clear Halo B w/ Rip Drive
Black Heart Board
CP Clamping Feed Neck
Looks arent that bad...
This gun sucks. I got it when I first started playing paintball. I thought it was so good until I started playing more. The screws at the bottom of the body come loose. That makes Co2 leak. When you shoot all of the internal parts move around and shake. The accuracy is horrible. The balls drop short. Shoots like 4 BPS. Poorly Made.
A-5 is the only other gun i have owned, so much better than the SER
I bought it used and it came with a scope. I left it on there cuz it looked so goofy. Other than that, believe it or not CO2 and a grav-fed hopper
do they have upgrades for it?
Let me sleep on that one...
Heavy, chops easily, not that accurate,
I guess it was a good gun to start with. I learned the parts of the gun pretty fast cuz i took it apart a lot. It was broken when i bought it, unbeknownst to me and i never got to actually play with it. I just shot it off my back porch after fixing it a couple times. There was something wrong with the seer that allowed it to be fixed very temporarily, but never long enough for me to actually play with it.
I wouldnt buy this gun if i had the choice again. It kinda sucks balls, but it gives me and my friends lots to laugh about. We regard it as a beast. When we see kids who's mom's just say, "I love you honey, here's an ego" or whatever someone always says, dont let the beast near him, or "i might have to uncage the beast," or something to that effect. Haha, what a trip.
Raptor Silver Eagle with Custom camoflage paint, Armson Stealth 14" barrel, KAPP cradle w/macroline to a 32 degrees 6-stage expansion chamber.
Good Stock Barrel
Hard to get parts
I bought this marker used for $25.00. It is loud and heavy and shiny. It shoots eradically. I gave mine a decent camo paint job and upgraded the barrel to quiet it down. Adding an expansion chamber or using HPA/nitro will lessen the eratic velocity changes.
What do I like about this marker? Well, it's very durable and easy to take apart and clean. The best thing is that the stock grip is excellent as is the stock barrel as far as accuracy is concerned.
What don't I like about this marker? Well, I had trouble getting it to shoot >249fps. Finding parts for one is virtually impossible...same with upgrades.
In it's day, I probably would have rated it a 9. But given it's performance versus current day markers and lack of parts and upgrades available...I have to give it a 7.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 28th, 2005 at 8:41 pm PST
Mine chopes balls like crazy, its also not the most accurate or fastest gun around.
I'm just a beginner in paintball and this gun is alright for just screwing around and having the accational paintball match with your freinds. though this gun isnot the fastest or most accurite and people with with 300 dollar guns will laugh at you when you play agianst them
(trust me I know) its agood investment for about 30 dollars
for its price range this gun does alright but if your going to get serias with paintball I sujest you save up your money and get a better gun
Overall, everything. Didn't work long enough to find out.
Where to begin. First, I decided to take up the sport of paintball. In the decision making process of which gun to buy, I listened to my dad who told me to by this p.o.s. because it wouldn't rust (Should've gone with my gut and got the spyder). Shot about 200 rounds off before problems started. It started leaking a little air. I tore the thing apart and replaced a few o-ring. this took care of the problem, for about 1,000 rounds. Then it started leaking air again, so, I tore it apart again and replaced the o-rings, this time, it didn't fix it, in fact, it made it worse. The damn thing started spraying air immensely. I've replaced just about every part in this gun and it still doesn't work. After about 9 months of screwing around with it, I sayed to hell with it and bought a 32 Degrees Rebel, which cost about 80 bucks less at the time, hasn't given me a problem yet.
Don't even waste you time or money on this pile, you'd be better off with a sling shot.