Real Action Paintball is proud to announce the new T68 Gen7, representing technical improvements to a proven design! With a new fire selector switch taken straight from the M16 family, to an airflow-adjustment port for tweaking velocity and a new option for tactical sling attachment, the T68 Gen7 is truly state-of-the-art.
RAP4 started with the award-winning T68 body and redesigned it to add two great new features: a starboard velocity adjuster for fine-tuning your feet per second throughout the day, and an enlarged feed port for accepting First Strike rounds.
Now when the weather warms up and you start shooting just a little bit hot, you can quickly dial down the airflow to get back to field-legal. If your velocity drops off when you switch to smaller paint, no worries – open up the airflow a little and get back your lost range! The rear velocity adjuster takes you from 225fps up to 300fps, and the starboard adjuster helps you go foot-by-foot until you’re at optimum performance.
When you want extreme range and accuracy, switch from regular paint to First Strike rounds – also available from RAP4. The flared port inside the magazine well of the T68 Gen7 is designed specifically to accept First Strike rounds…and also new from RAP4 is a First Strike –compliant magazine to keep 18 shots ready under spring pressure.
You’ll need to replenish the air source some time, and that’s when you reveal one of the T68 Gen7′s biggest secrets: the onboard air source hidden within the stock. Slide the multi-position stock off of the marker, press a release button, and the stock’s mounting rail comes right out. Then grab the 4.5oz CO2 tank, or 88gram disposable CO2 canister, and unthread it directly from the rear of the receiver. 13ci compressed air tanks don’t even need to be removed – just hook a hose up to the quick-fill nipple and pour air inside.
As a brand new, optional accessory, RAP4 offers the T68 Gen7 with a rear sling attachment point integrated into the collapsible stock interface. This puts a one inch M1913 accessory rail onto your stock adapter so you can mount a host of RAP4 and mil-surplus tactical slings!
From the air-flow adjustment to the quick-detach stock rail, the fire control switch to the flared magazine port, the T68 Gen7 represents cutting-edge technical improvements to an award-winning design!
Modern Combat Manufactured is proud to introduce the MCM K1 paint marker for tactical simulation and force-on-force training. The first training marker designed to replicate the unique ergonomics and handling of personal defense weapons and other bullpup platforms, the MCM K1 is a true leader in combat arms simulation.
The design is heavily influenced by the FN-Herstal P90 personal defense weapon, in ergonomics and heft as well as aesthetics and function. The K1 holds 43 spherical marking pellets – paintballs, non-marking water balls, or specialty .68 caliber munitions – the magazine mounted in line with the bore axis, just above the barrel. The magazine ensures that a round remains in the chamber at all times, ready to go at the pull of the trigger. It also eliminates ammunition rattle, unlike loose-round bulk hoppers on traditional paintball guns.
With the action behind the trigger, the MCM K1 utilizes a true bullpup configuration. Operators can avail themselves of a regular length, accuracy-optimized barrel that only extends a few inches past the integrated foregrip for their support hand. This makes the MCM K1 compact, allowing you to operate in tight spaces, remain hunkered down close to cover even while slicing pie around corners, and bring the K1 to bear lightning-fast in cramped spaces such as vehicles and narrow passageways. All of the functional benefits of a PDW are present in the MCM K1.
The air canister powering the MCM K1 is hidden inside of the stock. The refillable bottle holds 8 cubic inches of compressed air, which will power approximately four magazines between refills. When that’s not enough firepower, say, for tactical simulations where an MCM K1 is impressed into service as a squad automatic weapon or used to simulate a field machinegun, the standard magazine can be quickly swapped out for a 144 round magazine and a high capacity air tank can hook up to the MCM K1 via an integral ASA on the underside of the stock.
Four standard tactical rails provide the attachment points you need for optics, lasers, lights, and other mission-essential gear. The upper rail is even elevated to put your optic at the perfect height when you bring the MCM K1 to bear.
In its streamlined presentation, the MCM K1 perfectly fills the role of a personal defense arm…with the accuracy, range, and multi-fire-mode firepower required to make your training realistic and useful. With paint marking rounds or non-marking water rounds, it enables you to conduct force-on-force tactical training in borrowed facilities for real-world operational challenges.
For the ultimate PDW simulation training arm, look no further than the Modern Combat Manufactured K1.
Modern Combat Manufactured – Combat Simulation for the 21st Century.