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Bob Long Marq 7 Rapper
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Number of Reviews: 12
Average Rating: 9.8 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $1049

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Inline poppet valve design. ( not a spool valve)
Internal LPR design
Manifold mounted solenoid. ( no hoses)
Thin ergonomic grip frame.
Lightweight.
4 eye operation compatible. ( 30 bps can be acheived with 4 eyes. 4 eye system sold as an upgrade)
No rise wedge feed.
Swivel top regulator. ( fitting can be rotated to any position)
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The Bob Long Marq 7 Rapper is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Batman 5-0 Thursday, April 19th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Most other pball markers they compare but the quality of the rapper is above all others.
Marker Setup: Decked out one of Species Intimidator, FS7, Rapper and an Ion
Recommended
Upgrades:
An asa of your choice, or a different barrel, new board to.
Strengths: Easy maintance consistancy light weight
Weaknesses: Membrain button a little hard to turn on trigger pull is to hard
Review: I have been using this marker for almost two months it has held up to a CFOA event and a few local tournies and 30 plus games with no problems other than user error. The new torpedo reg is different in that is uses shims instead of a spring and has derlin pistons the reg is much more consistan and I am geting +- 1-2 over the crono and it swivels too. The stock barrel is pretty good and is a .689 bore up to user to change it I personally went with a 14 UL. The marker is overall well designed and has a lot of cool features like the grip frame screws are held in place on the inside of the frame so no buttons on the frame. The wedge feedneck is nice and works well. It has a wedge on the inside of the neck the more you screw in the nut the father out the wedge sticks out and clamps on to the loader. The lpr is located on the inside of the gripframe so its kind of a pain to adjust but there is also no external regs to get in the way other than the hpr. The trigger is horrible from the factory and is very stiff I heard they are sending out spring kits with them now so that should no longer be a problem. I personally JBwelded some magnets to the spring plate and trigger screw for mine and it can be adjusted with out bounce. The board is not very adjustable and the on/off membraine is a little hard to press down sometimes. The non adjustability of the stock board is ok because it gives you only what you need and most users upgrade the electronics anyways. So if you like to leave that part of the gun alone then it is very easy to reset the stock settings in case you are having problems. Breaking down the gun is pretty is there is a set screw in the back that will let you pull the whole firing assembly out to service it. One problem I had here was that I did not know when putting the marker back together there is a certain way the end cap most be put back on. The hole on the end cap that must line up with two other holes on the firing can other wise the marker will not fire. This is not meantioned in the manual anywhere and should have been in the " Hot Tips" but its not. The four eyes are not kind of useless in my opinion they only speed up the marker in its unlimited ROF and serve no use in tournaments because they are all capped at 15. My rapper came with the pillow bolt and quick disconnect ram which made me very happy :) because the screw ram is a real pain.


Pro's- Well designed marker, covered by warranty, excellant customer service, came with pillow bolt, and a decent barrel, looks sexy, and is easy to service.

Cons- Stock trigger spring sucks, and the LED light gets clogged easily
Conclusion: Over all its a hot marker and is built very well comes with extra o-rings and a stock bob long asa its shoots nice and is flawless in its operation super consistant too I love it and is backed by some of the best in the industry.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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vatowithagun Monday, April 16th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Timmies
Cockers
Marker Setup: Rapper
68/4500 dxs tank
Vlo Jr
Recommended
Upgrades:
On/off Asa
4 eye system
barrel kit
Strengths: Quiet
Accurate
Light and feels nice
Fast
Weaknesses: Maybe not having an on/off
nothing else that i have found.
Review: Purchased this marker and i was very impressed. I normaly shoot pumps and cockers but this gun has switche me over. Right out of the box this thing is ready to go. I would have to say that it shoots almost as accurate as my pump it not the same. It has very little kick and shoot very fast. This is definatly the best electronic marker i have ever shot. I tested 2 others before buying one of my own and they all shoot sooooo nice.
Conclusion: IF you have the cash i would definately invest in one of these you will not be disapointed. All my friends shot it and loved.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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