The Hurt Locker Paintball Game
The RAP4 Landmines add a whole new dimension of realism, as they behave just like real mines laid by, and encountered by, military forces around the world. The one exception: they're designed exclusively for tactical gaming and military training, meaning that they're safe to use. Set one off, though, and you're eliminated just as if you'd been shot. With a storyline that pits US forces against terrorists who are known for setting booby traps and laying mines, these RAP4 Landmines play right into the event's compelling storyline!
RAP4 will also bring an arsenal of mag-fed markers and cases of magazines, so players who are after the absolute height of realism can check out the unparalleled look, feel, and ergonomics of our magazine-fed markers. They'll get a chance to shoot, purchase, and maybe even rent, some of the hottest configurations we offer...and then see for themselves how RAP4 is changing the game!
"The Hurt Locker" will also see a new RAP4 product deployed on the fields: RAP4 Battlefield Scented Smoke! These tactical smoke grenades give off the smell of burning ash to add an even more realistic element to the action!
At this amazing event, commanders and players in the "intelligence officer" role will have unprecedented field intelligence - Ultimate Paintball Wars will deploy a Datron Communications unmanned aerial vehicle to spy on the action! This tablet-PC - controlled aircraft hovers virtually silently wherever the commander chooses to fly it, relaying live, color video back to its operators...so real military personnel get an eye in the sky that can see over fortifications, around corners, and monitor developments without being detected!
One of those UAVs will be flying around "The Hurt Locker," relaying real-time video back to team commanders...just like they currently serve for elite counter-terrorism teams!
For more information on RAP4 products that will be at "The Hurt Locker," visit: www.rap4.com
For more information on the event, and to sign up now, visit: www.ultimatepaintballwars.com
RAP4 - As Real as it Gets!
Real Action Paintball, Inc, (RAP4) is a manufacturer and distributor of military, law enforcement, and gaming equipment head-quartered in Santa Clara, California (USA). Real Action Paintball has over 1,000 products in stock, with even more available from our extensive catalog. Our extended show room displays a wide variety of custom products and tactical gear. Real Action Paintball offers true 'one-stop shopping' for all of your gaming, tactical, and training equipment needs.
Real Action Paintball is proud to serve military and law enforcement agencies, paintball retailers, paintball fields, and, of course, paintball players. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality products and services, and to finding the right solutions to the needs of our customers. To test fire any of the markers we have in stock, to watch a demonstration of our products, or just to learn more about what Real Action Paintball can do for you, come visit us at any of our store locations!
Real Action Paintball
2215 Ringwood Ave
San Jose CA 95131
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