I wonder how this works?
I remember along time ago a company made a remington shotgun replica. I believe they sold it in the Command Post.
How it works? What do you mean? It's a pump CO2 marker.
Fires one ball:
EDIT: Looking closer... I think you may have been asking how it feeds? Good question... Looks like they(paintballs) go in the bottom tube? Wonder how they load in there? Interesting.
Yeah I read th part about the 45grm bottle, and understand its a pump:hammer:
To be more specific, what valve system is it based off of, Where does it load from(I am thinking springfeed from lower tube).
Just a normal pump with a body kit.
Possibly a nelson valve'd pump with a breach on the bottom instead of top?
But that would present feeding problems... well, i guess not, maybe im just ramblin...
Good find. I wish to know more about it my self.
Me wants. . .Since the first days of the sport it has been my dream to own a shotgun styled pump, particularly if it was spring fed off of the bottom tube AND I could top it off at any time. You know, fire a shot, load another ball, move on, kind of thing. Maybe this will be the one. . .
Scepter paintball has been threatening to come out with one based on the Rem 870 for a while now but it is still, as far as I know, non-existant. (Like a lot of scepters stuff) Possibly even this is it having been bought by RAM/RAP and restyled as the FN. The FN is pretty sexy. Love to have this marker for pump only games. Love to have two of them so I could cut one down into a shortie. Or at least two barrels, pumps, and mag tubes so I could convert it to a shortie. Drool . . . .
Wonder how long before someone goofs around and converts one to semi. . .
I havent got anything offical on this from Rap4, I got the email from RAM (Rap4's supplier), I'll call Rap4 tomorrow and see if they have any release date on this.
This is exiting.
Early this morning, the media was covering the possibility of a new world war... now this.
Keep us posted for sure. When I go down, I will go down pumpin.
It looks nice, I've been wanting to make a under loading pump for a while
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