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Old 06-19-2017, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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.43 RAP/RAM Markers worth selling? Canada

I have been out of paintball for a while and was wondering if someone could tell me if the .43 RAP/RAM Markers are worth trying to sell?

These Markers are in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

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Old 04-13-2019, 02:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you buy those back in the early 2000's, like me?

I'm also from Ottawa. I bought my RAP4 (the M4 variant [R1?], straight barreled, .43 cal) in around 2003-2004, I think it was. It was useless in my friends' field; the .43cal balls would just get caught by the wind and taken away. Looked badass, though. I sold it on Ebay when I was in university -- wish I hadn't.

Hope you kept one; they're a collector's piece, I think.
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50 cal has led to a couple newer releases: the GI Menace and the Umarex T4E Revolver HDR 50. So there's at least some kind of a market for smaller calibre products.

Over on the west coast there's a hand full of crazies that sling some of the .43 cal guns at events or special occasions.

I hear .43 cal is still accessible, but I'm guessing it's either at a premium or limited access (buy direct from manufacturer).

Easiest way to see if people are buying is to post them for sale. Given your collection, you might want to hunt down an appraisal.
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Old 04-14-2019, 06:19 AM   #4 (permalink)
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necro much? although I suppose he may still have them 2 years later ... though they haven't been on in two years so it may be awhile for a response ...
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