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Old 07-18-2013, 12:19 PM #22
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:39 PM #23
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That's a pistol, but not exactly Magfed.
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Old 07-18-2013, 01:14 PM #24
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Ariakon ACP, Armotech/Warsensor Zues and a number of others were also mag fed pistols but really the Ariakon's ACP was the only one of thoes style markers that truely had a quick change magazine. It was often times easier to put a quick cap on the Zues mags and reload it than try and change it.
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Old 07-20-2013, 06:50 AM #25
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Whoopsie, double post.

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Old 07-20-2013, 07:00 AM #26
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Crosman 3357: paintball revolver made in the 80s. Essentially a 357 modified to shoot .50 cal paint. Not exactly mag-fed, but has the same spirit.


Rap4 RAM Desert Eagle
.43 semi auto blowback CO2 powered paintball pistol.


And the JT Splatmaster line. http://www.ansgear.com/JT_Splatmaster_s/3540.htm

And some of Eric Engler's work (although I think that's mostly Tippmanns modified with Tacamo mag-fed kits. http://www.englerpaintballguns.com/

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Old 07-31-2013, 07:54 AM #27
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If we're going to include the RAM line then there's plenty that needs to be added - but I've tended to think of them as a separate category since they are typically used with rubber or (here at least) powder balls. They're closer to airsoft in that respect.
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Old 08-21-2013, 12:21 PM #28
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PS15 Marauder.

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Old 09-11-2013, 12:07 AM #29
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RAP47 AK47



.43 cal, semi/fully auto, ejects shells

RAP5




The RAP5 is the latest Real Action Marker Paintball Gun based on the Submachine Gun. It has an active select switch (semi or full-auto), and ejects empty cases as they're fired! This SMG is available with a 20 rounds magazine and solid stock that holds the CO2 cylinder inside. This a full size replica! The latest design that increased reliability and accuracy. They are perfect for tactical training and for incredible scenario paintball.

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Specification RAP5
Length 730 mm / 28.7 inch (including Butt Stock)
Net Weight 2.95 kg / 6.5 lb (including 45g cylinder and magazine)
Caliber .43cal
Magazine Capacity 20 rounds
Energy Source Co2 gas and Nitrogen adaptable
Store Capacity for Cylinder 45 gm (1.4 oz) stainless Co2 steel tank
Shot quantity about 200-250 times per 45gm (1.4 oz) Co2
Rate of Fire 3 - 8 times/sec (adjustable)
Muzzle velocity 70 - 80 10% m/sec (adjustable)
200 - 280 10% ft/sec (adjustable)
Power (Joule) 1.8J
Max. Range 80 m (260 ft)
Effective Range 30 m (100 ft)
Projectile 0.43 or 0.40 paintball (depend on the barrel)
Paintball diameter and weight 11.1 mm (0.43 inch); 0.8 gm (0.029 oz)
10.3 mm (0.40 inch);
Paintball Material Olive oil & Eatable Color
Case spec 12.8 mm (0.5 inch)
Case Component aluminum alloy, biodegradable plastics
Fire Selector Level Safe / Full-Auto / Semi-Auto
Packing dimension and weight 680 x 280 x 85 mm; 3.8 kg
26.7 x 11 x 3.4 inch; 8.4lb


RAP68 Tactical Shotgun



Real Action Paintball is proud to introduce the RAP68 Tactical Paintball Shotgun, the first .68 caliber paintball shotgun available on the market today. It has features that replicate a real shotgun for the most realistic experience. The RAP68 Tactical Paintball Shotgun is a .68 caliber marker that shoots regular paintballs, and can be used at any field! The unit is built with a 10 - 1 round integral magazine. Pump the forearm, pull the trigger and it will shoot one paintball at a time. This action provides the most realistic experience for scenario games and police tactical entry training. Standard features include a flip-up front sight and adjustable rear sight, a Weaver-style tactical rail for mounting accessories, and an extendable M-16-style stock to make the RAP68 as real as possible. It is a scaled version of the FN TACTICAL POLICE SHOTGUN.


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The XPower-M4 is designed to replicate the look, feel, and action of the real M4. With features that mimic the M4, such as shell ejection after every shot, paintballs force-fed by magazine, and the option of a collapsible or solid stock to disguise the CO2 cylinder, its the very image of the real M4. With the carry handle removed, the XPower-M4 can take any standard scope, sight, or mount on its flattop rail.
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Old 09-16-2013, 08:54 PM #30
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I spent 1000 buying every option for the 9.1 and I love it. IMO it's the most versatile and reliable mag fed gun on the market. Pistol to cqb to sniper, every air option, and first strike. It's a killer. Highly recommend the 686 lapco barrels. Awesome set up! got all kinds of goodies but this is how I normally use it. I know it's already been mentioned but I gotta show Tiberius arms some love.

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Old 09-20-2013, 02:03 AM #31
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Old 10-02-2013, 03:00 PM #32
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How do you define mag-fed?

Wiki has this to say in regards to firearms (probably the closest we will find for our world of paintball)

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A magazine is an ammunition storage and feeding device within or attached to a repeating firearm. Magazines can be removable (detachable) or integral to the firearm. The magazine functions by moving the cartridges stored in the magazine into a position where they may be loaded into the chamber by the action of the firearm.
As I understand that definition any marker that holds more than one paintball is Mag-Fed. I can only think of a few markers that do not qualify by that definition.

Tube feed = mag
Hopper = mag
internal mag= mag
Cram and Jam = mag (with a clip)
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Old 10-02-2013, 04:04 PM #33
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I don't think anyone in paintball would use that definition.

I'd say a common paintball definition would be closer to "fed by a magazine instead of a tube or hopper."
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Old 10-02-2013, 07:44 PM #34
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I don't think anyone in paintball would use that definition.

I'd say a common paintball definition would be closer to "fed by a magazine instead of a tube or hopper."

The folks at RAP4 do not agree with you.

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Old 10-03-2013, 09:55 AM #35
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Well a lot of people don't always agree with rap4... in the paintball community that would be considered a spring feed. Most in the paintball community would clasify mag fed as having a low capacity removable magazine with build in feed system (usually spring pressure), box mags and drum mags exist for higher capacity "heavy gunners" and are often excluded from or in very limited numbers at mag fed events. Also most all mass produced mag fed is milsim. 10 round tube fed markers are classified as "stock class" but a more relavent term in this instance is "mag-friendly" since they are usually allowed at mag fed or limited ammo events.
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Old 10-03-2013, 03:33 PM #36
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I was just pointing out that some people in paintball consider the spring-feed on that marker a magazine. If the idea of mag-fed games is to promote the use of realistic looking markers then why would something that looks very much like a pump shot gun be excluded? ECHO CHARLIE seems to think it should be included because it was added to the list by that user.

I really do not understand why there is a mag-fed following. I am not saying that to make light of it. I just never really looked into it enough to gain the understanding.

I do believe the definition of "Mag-Fed" will vary depending on who you ask. Much like the definition of Stock Class. I just wonder who is the authority on Mag-Fed paintball that should set the definition.

I am not trying to cause problems I just think this is worthy of discussion.
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Old 10-03-2013, 05:10 PM #37
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I specifically said "most" would agree with me, I never thought everyone would. I know of a couple guns that claim "internal" magazines but I think it is safe to say not everyone will agree those are Magfed. However, I agree there's certainly room for debate.

I don't think anyone knowledgeable would agree with your "any gun that holds more than one paintball" definition. The first step in any debate though should be to research it. If you don't know anything about a topic or understand why there's even a following, start by reading up. This forum is a good place to start.
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Imo this is the best definition of magfed as it relates to paintball:

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A "magazine" for us is a paintball storage device attached to the marker and from which the marker is fed paintballs, that is entirely removed and replaced when the player needs to reload.
It works because it's simple, but adequately describes what paintballers think of as magfed. So a hopper fed marker is not magfed. Nor is a stock class or a DSG. A pod is not a magazine because it is never attached to the marker. A box magazine technically is, though most ballers will simply reload the box rather than replacing the entire box as would a soldier. If one were to play hardcore milsim there is nothing stopping you from using it as a magazine in the true sense.

I don't want to add a requirement for the magazine to be spring loaded since in theory it's possible to make a magfed system without springs. Also a box mag doesn't have them.

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Old 10-04-2013, 09:22 AM #41
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A "magazine" for us is a paintball storage device attached to the marker and from which the marker is fed paintballs, that is entirely removed and replaced when the player needs to reload.
That would make the old Splatmasters mag-fed. It would also make any other stock class guns that use the 10 round tube instead of their own chamber "mag fed."
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That's why I put in my description that a magazine have a feed system, whether it be single stack spring/wound spring/electric feed i.e.. box mag.
I think what it comes down to is simulating real steel weapons and they way they function/reload. A dsg functions/reloads like a real steel shotgun but there are debates on whether it would be classified as mag fed since the "magazine" is not removable. They are usually allowed in mag fed games tho I have heard of one case where it was not until there was a decent outcry for it's use in this one game
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