What are the features of the Tippmann M4 carbine?
The M4 Carbine brings full-auto–no batteries required performance and Tippmann’s legendary warranty and service into the airsoft market. Key features include the Tippmann proven inline bolt system, adaptable air system, rate of fire and velocity adjustability and an authentic M4/AR style.
Where is the Tippmann Tactical Compact rifle made?
We also expanded into the Airsoft market with our new Tippmann Tactical branded products. In paintball, we released our new Tactical Compact Rifle, otherwise known as the TCR. Both of these products are proudly made in the U.S.A. right here in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We are focusing on producing more outstanding American-made products.
When did Tippmann join the GI Sportz family?
In 2014, we spent the year joining two great companies and we are excited to be part of the GI Sportz family that includes, Tippmann, V-Force and of course GI Sportz branded products. We also expanded into the Airsoft market with our new Tippmann Tactical branded products.
What makes Tippmann a good company to join?
Our reputation for quality, innovation, and service makes Tippmann a recognized industry leader in the development of technologically advanced products. In 2014, we spent the year joining two great companies and we are excited to be part of the GI Sportz family that includes, Tippmann, V-Force and of course GI Sportz branded products.
Where is the sling on a Tippmann M4 22?
The upper receiver is the flat-top type with a fulllength optics rail, and there’s a matching rail on the nonfunctioning gas block, which also sports an M4-type sling loop and bayonet lug; the rear sling attachment point being an ambidextrous design correctly located between the receiver and the castle nut.
How do you clean a Tippmann M4 22?
Pop the rear receiver pin, open up the action, and – just as on a real M4 – you can remove the bolt simply by pulling back on the T-handle and sliding both out of the receiver. Consequently, cleaning is a breeze.
When did Tippmann stop making semi auto rifles?
A change in US gun laws brought production to an end in 1986, but Tippmann had already realised that they could put their expertise in the manufacture of fast-firing firearms to good use, in what was then the latest craze: paintball, duly becoming the leading name in that booming market.