Madbull XM203 BB Shower Long Launcher (Black)[P04B01][00988 / MB LNCR LNG BLK]
The Madbull XM203 Launcher for RIS is a unique design only from Madbull Airsoft. It attaches to the rail system with a screw mount, so it will fit most manufacturers rails. This is a solid unit made completely of metal. There is no better way to add menace and power to your gun than to add the Madbull XM203 BB Shower Grenade Launcher.
Design: 20mm RIS Rails
Package Includes: Grenade Launcher
- Attaches To Rail
- Metal Construction
- Durable Quality
- Manufacturer: Madbull Airsoft
Ive had mine for a few months and it works great. i have mine mounted to a Echo1 G36c. this launcher is great if you dont have a full rail to mount a traditional m203 to. after i showed my friends this none of them wanted to be on the receiving end of it.
ridiculous close up fire power.
makes the gun a little front heavy (it weighs about 3 pounds unloaded)
button instead of trigger. not a huge issue but worth mentioning.
ive had this for 2 months and have had no problems
button, not trigger
button, not trigger
too short for a shell and a rocket
hex head, not finger tighten
A decent M203-ish 40mm Launcher. Full metal parts all over, so it's really tough. Personally, there are too many buttons on it. Besides the normal tube release and "trigger" (which is a push button), there is actually a safety on it. It has some wobble and since it's metal, the sound is a tad bit noticeable. I really don't like the push button trigger as compared to the actual TRIGGER option mainly because it makes me move the gun off target. Again, being ALL metal means it's gonna add some weight over say a normal ICS M203, but it does help hold longer 40mils. Not a bad launcher but being a classic weapon lover, i prefer the standard 203.
Durable, all metal.
Holds the longer 40mm's.
No flap to catch onto the magwell (meaning it can be placed nearly anywhere).
does this include a shell?
does it come with everything nessary to shoot it? if not what would i need to get?
2809 days ago
(I have this same question)
It does not include a shell
2798 days ago