Empire BT-4 Slice G36 Paintball Gun - Black



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Empire BT-4 G36
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Take a good look at the newest Empire BT marker and you’ll see something familiar. If you’ve played COD or watched action movies then you already know all about the G36. We borrowed another page out of the H&K book to create a new look for the awesome Slice marker. A top carry rail with full Picatinny is perfect for adding a red dot to hit your target. The Front shroud has two more rails and a barrel that is APEX ready. The folding stock is perfect for battles in tight spaces and the magazine rounds out the G36 look. The Slice feature allows the body to split without tools for easy maintenance and the Combat is well known for rugged performance. We step it up with the G36 Elite, adding the Rip Clip side mounted loader, an electronic grip frame for burst and full auto firing and the amazing APEX2 barrel that can hit targets almost anywhere. The Empire BT Slice G36 markers take our awesome Slice markers and give it a battlefield look, which is perfect for the woods or big scenario games.


  • Authentic H&K G36 styling

  • Slice hinged body system opens for easy maintenance

  • Tool-less field stripping

  • Folding stock, perfect for Close Quarters Battle

  • Top Picatinny rail for carry or accessories

  • Front and rear fold-down sights

  • APEX ready barrel

  • Drop-in upgrade for Electronic Grip

  • T-Handle cocking action

Manufacturer Empire
Color Black
Gun Weight No
Tank Output Pressure High
Gun Type Mechanical
Hose-less No
Tool-less Bolt Removal No
Barrel Length No
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    Does the gun take a hopper?
    Asked on 3/8/2013 by hunter4ever from Gloucester va

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      Yes, this marker will use any standard size loader/hopper on the market. It is hard to see but on the other side of the tactical rail on the top of the marker, the feed neck is directly mounted to the marker - similar to the feed neck style found on the Tippmann 98.

      Answered on 6/3/2013 by Product Expert from Simi Valley, CA
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