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All of the gun specifications listed below do not include the air source.  Each of the guns pictured on this page have a straight ASA.  However, all of the ATS guns are available with an angled ASA.  For gun pricing go the ATS website and click on the "Order & Pricing" link at the bottom of the page.  ATS sells more than just the 5 models of guns shown below (such as the Sniper-4 Reddot).  However, all other models are simply modified versions of these guns.  For this reason those guns will not be discussed here.

The following specifications are true for all the guns shown below.

Velocity:   260-350 feet per second
Range:   4-6 inches at 25 meters
Rounds per Volume of Air:   150 rounds per 13 cubic inches at 3000 psi
Fire Rate:   12 rounds per second
Magazine Capacity:   25 maximum
Ball Breakage:   0 breaks per 6000 balls
Gun:   Ceramic Polymer Exterior, Stainless Steel Interior
Barrel:   Aluminum
Automatic Firing:   Selectable
Lockout Screw:   Yes (can be inserted to prevent the shooter from selecting full auto)
Feeding Method:   Magazine
Propellant:   High Pressure Air
 

AT-85

Length: 21.75 inches
Barrel Length: 14 inches
Height: 7 inches
Width: 2.3 inches
Weight: 3.5 lbs.
The most versatile of all the guns that ATS sells.  This gun has a forward loader that holds 60 balls.  When combined with 25 in the magazine this gun holds a total of 85 balls.  I recommend that when buying this gun you also buy a few extra forward loaders.  The forward loaders are designed to slide on and off the gun during game play.  The loader has a door that holds all the paintballs in the loader until it slides into place on the gun (this action opens the door automatically and allows balls to flow from the forward loader to the magazine).  The loaders can be carried in many paintball pouches just like conventional paintball pods.  By carrying extra forward loaders you can increase the number of balls on the AT-85 without end.  Remembering to carry the gun with the barrel pointed in the air and gently shaking the gun when not firing will help keep a steady stream of balls flowing from the forward loader to the magazine.
   

AT-10

Length: 13.75 inches
Barrel Length: 6 inches
Height: 7 inches
Width: 1.8 inches
Weight: 2.4 lbs
The smallest gun that ATS sells.  In my opinion, because of its size and other features, this gun is the best speedball gun in the world.  By using a magazine equipped with a hopper adapter this gun can carry 200+ balls giving it the same fire power as any other gun on the market.  If the air source is hooked up using a remote hose the weight of the gun is kept to a minimum.  This makes the gun both light and small.  Both of these are performance bonuses when playing speedball.  This gun is also a blast to use in recreational ball with or with out a hopper adapter equipped magazine.

This gun will shoot just as far as any of the other ATS guns, but due to the barrels shorter length accuracy will suffer slightly.  I emphasize slightly because the difference is only be really noticeable to a player how shoots both the AT-10 and other model ATS guns frequently.  However, if you are concerned, you can always buy an AT-85 barrel and use it on your AT-10.

   

AT-85 Tactical

Length: 21.75 inches
Barrel Length: 14 inches
Height: 8.3 inches
Width: 2.3 inches
Weight: 4.4 lbs
This gun has all the features of the AT-85 with the looks of an M-4.  This gun is perfect for the paintball player who loves the ball carrying capacity of the AT-85 and the intimidating looks of a real life military M-4.  The carry handle on top and the front sight are both the exact same parts used on real AR-15s (M-16s) and M-4s.  Combining this gun with the CAR stock or a 13ci bottle and stock will help maintain the true to life looks of this amazing gun.
   

AT-4

Length: 23.95 inches
Barrel Length: 16.2 inches
Height: 8.3 inches
Width: 2.2 inches
Weight: 5.2 lbs
What can be said about this gun?  It is beautiful!  I had the opportunity to show this gun to the Lieutenant in charge of my local SWAT team.  The first word out of his mouth was "WOW!"  This gun looks so real it is very important that it is never carried in public.  It only carries 25 balls because it does not use the forward loader.  As such, I recommend the following to anyone interested in buying this gun.  Buy a few extra magazines.  In my experience, in true scenario or recreational woods ball, 25-75 balls is more than enough to play a game.  Besides, playing a game where you have to change magazines (just like a real gun) is a true joy that can only be experienced with an ATS gun.   Therefore, two or three magazines should do fine.  The magazines are not cheap (you are paying for quality) so until you can afford to buy extra magazines us the hopper adapter or play games where everyone is limited to a small number of balls.
   

AT-16

Length: 31.35 inches
Barrel Length: 23.6 inches
Height: 8.3 inches
Width: 2.4 inches
Weight: 5.8 lbs
What can be said about this gun?  Everything that was said about the AT-4 plus intimidation!  This gun is huge and will scare anyone on the field.  I have had a chance to use this gun on the field and people have actually asked me if this gun were a real gun (as if I would carry a real gun on a paintball field).  This gun is the ultimate in the ATS line of paintball guns.
   
   
   
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Angled ASA
The straight ASA keeps the air source inline with the barrel of the gun.  The angled ASA puts the air source at a slight downward angle.  For anyone wanting the look of  a real gun the straight ASA is a must.  Bellow is a picture of what each of the two setups look like.  I personally recommend the straight ASA because it looks more realistic.
   
Angled ASA Straight ASA