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Deepfire Airsoft AT-4 Rocket Launcher with Internal Cylinder Tube

3 Customer Reviews

by Ryan R. on 12/20/2015
"This launcher is awesome though heavier, bigger, and more expensive than most launchers if you can afford it on your strength and budget. and have always wanted to play the role of tank hunter, bunker buster, or destroyer of other hardened targets... then this is for you. This weapon is heavy and not for the faint of heart and willpower as you have only one shot between reloads, some may see this as a burden, but if you're all about playing the part and looking it too, look no further. now for hardened target takedown I'd recommend the shell made by Deepfire that propels a cardboard rocket. If you don't want to use that, well that's okay just load any other 40mm shell into it.
by Jeremy H. on 09/29/2013
"Here's the cliff notes version:

Incredibly realistic replica of the real AT4
Correct firing system including proper firing order
Includes high quality sling
Durable metal internal firing system
Adjustable and accurate iron sights
Long inner barrel for getting relatively heavy rounds up to speed
Able to use pretty much any 40mm round

Expensive piece of equipment - $600 currently
Heavy and massive, it's really a pain to lug around
Retainer spring on rear sight can easily pop out if you pull the cover too far off
Stickers don't have a good adhesive, I had to add glue to get them to stick
The entire rubber front ring is painted orange, much more than necessary
by Paul T. on 03/23/2016
"Very realistic and heavy. How I like my weapons.

However it seems to be very sensitive in terms of damage and there is no clear means to fix the issue Im having.

The cocking lever and safety seem to never properly align. Meaning sometimes on my back randomly it will go off or when Im arming the shell goes off.

Overall fun if you can afford its hefty price but Im worried this may just end up a display piece because of the inability for myself or my normal tech to find a way to get into the cocking mechanism.