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Old December 9th, 2008, 10:20   #1
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RAP4 - Panzerfaust Grenade Launchers

From Arnie's Airsoft:

Interesting offering from RAP4.

Demo Video: See Bazooka Grenade Launcher In Action Real Action Paintball is proud to announce the release of the Panzerfaust Grenade Launchers for scenario paintball and Airsoft! The name Panzerfaust means “tank fist,” and comes from World War II, where the “Panzerfaust” was the premier German anti-tank weapon on the battlefields of Europe. The RAP4 Panzerfaust, just like the real one, is decorated with a red label on the “grenade,” and is built to realistic scale.

RAP4 Panzerfaust Grenade Launchers add whole new elements and dimensions to scenario gaming and Airsoft, enabling even more realistic challenges - now you can take out a tank or bunker with dedicated, accurate, realistic equipment! For military combat training, these grenade launchers provide greater realism and make the battlefield seem - and play - as real as possible.

The Panzerfaust Grenade Launchers shoot an assortment of projectiles, depending on the application. They shoot paint grenades, 6mm paintballs, .43 caliber paintballs, .68 caliber paintballs, and Nerf Rockets…more than 200 feet!

The Panzerfaust is shoulder-launched and requires two people to operate efficiently in the middle of a fire fight. The system can operate with both CO2 and compressed air, and air can attach with an on/off valve directly to the launcher, or by a remote line. These launchers are easy to operate and maintain, operating most efficiently at 200psi…with minimum air consumption.

The Panzerfaust grenade launchers will change how Airsoft and paintball games are played. This launcher will bring the sport to a completely new level of realism and excitement - be sure you have one as the arms race begins!

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