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The Rampage is a white and blue re-release of the 2012 Rampage. It sports many of the same features, such as clip system compatibility, a detachable shoulder stock point, one long tactical rail, and the ability to be slam fired. The jam door is located on the right side of the blaster, as well.
It advertises a firing range of up to eighty-eight feet (twenty-seven meters).
- Interestingly, the inner barrel on this variant of the Rampage appears to be blue instead of the usual orange.
- In the stock photo for the blaster, the clip is inserted, but the clip well is detached.
- Oddly, the priming handle is solid blue with orange making it stand out among the other colors of the blaster. This is not a detail present on any other variants of the Rampage.
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