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Phazzer Introduces Less-Lethal M4-Style Carbine

April 09, 2015  | 

The new Phazzer Raptor less-lethal launcher is shown with the Phazzer Enforcer CEW attached. (Photo: Phazzer)
The new Phazzer Raptor less-lethal launcher is shown with the Phazzer Enforcer CEW attached. (Photo: Phazzer)

The Phazzer Raptor is a new projectile launching less-lethal weapon designed to replicate nearly every feature and function of the M4/M16 family of combat rifles, including trigger pull and trigger reset, balance and natural point of aim, as well as reloading and field-stripping procedures. It can launch projectiles to mark or incapacitate a suspect at up to 50 meters away.

Like an AR-style rifle the Phazzer Raptor features standard tactical rails for mounting scopes, illuminators, lasers, and other devices. It also can be fitted with the Phazzer Enforcer CEW. The Phazzer Enforcer can be attached to the lower front rail mount to give operators multiple less-lethal options on the same platform.

A wide range of munitions can be launched from the Phazzer Raptor, including marking rounds for identifying suspects, and capsaicin, rubber "kinetic," and window breaching projectiles. Phazzer says the Raptor offers users precise suspect neutralization with minimum collateral damage/injury.

Technical Specifications:

Operation Type: Semi-Automatic

Ammunition: .68 Caliber Rubber, Capsaicin, UV Marking, Paint Marking, Low Impact, High-Impact Glass Breaker.

Ammunition Source: 20-Round Magazine

Range: Up to 50 Meters

Velocity: Up to 350 feet per second

Propellant: Refillable, Onboard Compressed Air/CO2 Tank

Stock: Collapsible, Multi-Position

Sights: Adjustable Metallic, Accepts All Optics

Warranty: Two-Year Factory Warranty on Parts and Materials

Features: Externally identical to M4 carbine, internal Flexi-Air System for propellant, accepts standard 0.5-inch threaded compressed air/CO2 bottles, accepts virtually all tactical rail-mounted accessories, can mount a Phazzer Enforcer CEW.

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Masadi @ 8/9/2015 10:35 PM

This is one of the most durable and versatile air carbines on the market and with the ready mount already in place for attaching the PhaZZer Enforcer CEW. It provides a range with spot on accuracy up to 75 feet using a variety of .68 cal ball rounds and close range deployments within 25 feet using the exceptional NMI effects of the PhaZZer Enforcer CEW. This weapon is every bit as good as the TASER X26 units and both share a cross compatible ammunition. This article gave me the impetus to purchase and test out the PhaZZer Raptor and it is every bit as good as covered in the editorial. Try it out, you wont be dissatisfied.

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