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Old 10-10-2017, 10:44 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Following - would love to hear from someone that has experience with these .50 caliber Raysun-92 pistols.
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Old 10-18-2017, 03:22 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I thought they were notorious for being exceptionally unreliable, which is why even MCS dropped them.
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I would love a RELIABLE .50 cal pistol.
I came across this on Reddit the other day. It's not .50 cal but rather .68 cal. The guy is hoping to have them injection molded once he's done with the prototype phase.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3wK1ybqkoQ

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A lightweight reliable stubby pistol for a sidearm (not for using as a primary), is what I want.
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A lightweight reliable stubby pistol for a sidearm (not for using as a primary), is what I want.
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Isn't that what First Strike is aiming for with the FSC?
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Isn't that what First Strike is aiming for with the FSC?
Aiming for and probably missing. Still has air in mag.
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Well SellSwords is making a snubnosed version of the Khaos now, if you don't mind it being in .50 cal.

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Well SellSwords is making a snubnosed version of the Khaos now, if you don't mind it being in .50 cal.
Yeah this is super cool.

The pistols I currently own are a T8.1, a Delta 68, a Kingman Chaser, and a DRV.

TBH im really not a fan of the smaller paint sizes. I find the effective range too limited, the paint too difficult to find/not allowed at all my fields, and that unless I gog someone they might not even feel the hit/the paint might not even break.

A compact, snub nose, mag or cartridge-fed, semi-automatic, 68 caliber pistol with a CO2 bucket changer would be life changing for me.

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The Raysun .50 pistols were horrible, MCS got I think 6 of them and all 6 ended up as returns or multiple support calls/emails. The manufacturer was really useful for tell me or the the other tech that it's the user doing something wrong. As a pistol for play, if you can figure out and reliably use the 12g puncture system and safety, it works relatively well. As a self-defense pistol, absolutely not as the puncture pin release and safety system are unreliable to the point where you can't trust it to always go bang when you need it.

Stick with .68 like a TiPX for now if you want something that will use standard paint, I doubt the FSC will really catch on unless it's not $350 like is listed on ANS. I did just pick up one of the Umarex PPQ .43 to try out as it is a different engine than the APS pistols which were a nightmare.
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