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T4E WALTHER PPQ M2
The Walther PPQ M2 .43 caliber paintball pistol is made for training and fun. Anytime a shooter pics up a Walther the first thing they notice is the superb grip. This PPQ M2 .43 caliber marker features the superior grip that Walther handguns are famous for as well as a shared holster fit with the firearm. The Walther PPQ M2 paintball pistol shoots eight .43 caliber paint, dust, and rubber projectiles from its drop-free magazine. Included with the pistol is a standard 8-shot magazine and an extra magazine spring for use with rubber ball ammo. This is packed away in a sturdy plastic case for great protection and easy transport. For shooters looking to add versitility to their training regimen, the T4E system is far superior to other training alternatives. Paintball training does not require a special facility or firearm range insurance for the training facility. The Walther PPQ M2 T4E blowback action marker will make training or mag-fed paintball play for you and the guys who have your back. Training with the T4E system is the most economical and safe training platform on the market.
- .43 caliber paintball
- 8 shot drop free magazine
- Shoots .43 caliber paint, dust, or rubber ammo
- Uses one 12 gram CO2 capsule
- CO2 Housed in the Magazine
- Interchangeable with PPQ holsters
- Integrated Picatinny rail
- Blowback action
- Metal slide
- Ambidextrous grip
- Spring for rubber ball use included
- Cleaning squeegee included
WHAT IS TRAINING FOR ENGAGEMENT
You can train more for less cost and maintain proficiency with the T4E (Training 4 Engagement) line of military, law enforcement, and security training equipment. T4E paintball guns are authentic, highly effective less-than-lethal training tools with very similar external physical attributes as your duty weapon. Ammo capabilities of the T4E line includes .43 caliber rubber ball, dust ball, and paintball – all of which use the exact same magazine. We offer a TM-4 Carbine paintball marker rifle and an officially licensed HK416 T4E paintball rifle that match their firearm counterparts closely for authentic training and scenario exercises. Several polymer-framed duty-style paintball pistols are also available – the TPM1, Walther PPQ, and the Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 all feature realistic slide cycling action and shoot T4E ammo using readily available and disposable CO2 cartridges. T4E, a brand of Umarex, provides law enforcement and military training equipment with authentic weight, feel and action to provide the most realistic training experience with the least cost possible. Training with these paintball guns provides better quality training and better reaction to real-life scenarios. With the quality and service that come standard with T4E products, you can train more and spend less.
AGE RESTRICTIONS WHEN BUYING AIRGUNS, AIR RIFLES, AIR PISTOLS AND BB GUNS
Under Federal Law, airguns and BB guns are not classified as firearms and are legal for all ages. Persons under the age of 18 are not permitted to buy airguns, however; a person of any age may use one.
AGE RESTRICTIONS WHEN BUYING SHOOTING ACCESSORIES
There is no age restriction when buying airgun pellets or BBs (ammo) or other shooting accessories. However, items such as GAS and CO2 may have an 18 years restriction applied.
MINIMUM AGE YOU CAN OWN OR FIRE AN AIRGUN
There is no age restriction to own or to operate an airgun. It is within the law for a person that is 18 years or over to purchase an airgun and gift it to a person that is under the age of 18 years of age to own and operate. So, a parent can buy an airgun and give it to their child to use or keep regardless of their age. We recommend that an adult should supervise persons under the age of 14 years.
IMPORTANT – SOME STATE LAWS REGULAR AIRGUNS (NON-POWDER GUNS)
There are a few US states that regulate the transfer, use or possession of airguns. As the buyer, it is your responsibility to confirm that you are not violating any state or federal law. Just Airguns and its partners, suppliers and staff do not take any responsibility for you understanding your area law regarding airguns (non-powder guns).
For more information please see our Airgun Laws & Ordinances page here.
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