Excuse me, sirs of Carmatech Engineering, but are you sure this so-called paintball sniper rifle shoots only balls of paint, and not balls of, like, lead? Oh, is that so? Yeah, OK, that makes sense. The SAR12 Sniper shoots paint-based ammo, but its uniquely-designed 12-round magazines and ability to switch into semi-auto mode make owning and firing one suitable only for men with lead balls. Well. Tough break for my friend Cornelius. His balls are made of marshmallow and Grands Biscuit dough.
The SAR12 (Scenario Adaptive Rifle) sniper rifle ejects .68 caliber paintballs, plus finned First Strike rounds. It features a 20" HammerHead barrel, reversible dual-stack magazine, and an integrated 13ci/3000 air system. Its bolt-action operation design and 6+6 dual stack magazine are patent-pending. Dude reader Randy mentions the Sniper's accurate, 100+-yard shooting range is most impressive, and reduces the competition to a useless pile of metal, pigment, and water soluble polymers. Other SAR12 specs:
- Ambidextrous magazine release
- 42" overall length
- Co2 and HPA compatible
- Aluminum 6061-T6 upper receiver
- Fiber-reinforced polyurethane chassis
- Aluminum-reinforced polyurethane butt stock
- AR15 mil-spec grip
Sniper rifles are made in the USA and come with a 2-year warranty. The pictured semi-auto engine and scope are sold separately.
Thanks, Randy G., for the Dude Product Tip.