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Protect your home and those you love with a CO2-powered, .50 caliber air gun! Light and simple to use, the Umarex HDP (Home Defense Pistol) is powered by 12 gram CO2 cartridges and fires .50 caliber round balls – like Pepperballs – from a 6 round magazine. An ideal non-lethal alternative to firearms, the Umarex HDP .50 caliber pistol features a fiber optic front sight that’s easy to put on target, a trigger safety to help prevent inadvertent discharge and an accessory rail under the barrel for lights or lasers. Protect yourself and your home through uncertain times with a Umarex P2P HDP.50 Pistol.
Includes rubber balls for practice and live Pepper balls.
.50 caliber CO₂-powered Home Defense Pistol
6-shot internal magazine
Built-in Quick Piercing System for CO2 cartridges
For Rubber balls, Chalkballs, Markingballs and Pepperballs
Picatinny accessory rail
Rubber practice ammo included
Live Pepper Ball ammo included
12 gram CO2 capsules
6 round internal magazine
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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.
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