T4E TPM1 .43 Caliber Training Pistol Paintball Gun Marker



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Great to practice your accuracy at a fraction of the cost of going to range and using live rounds. The weight of the gun is very similar To a real gun so your feel Is accurate. Perfect if your looking to work on your accuracy in the backyard
(for T4E guns, order the black versions from Amazon or Germany, not there blue- there are actually physical differences. All Umarex German products are excellent.
Nice is have received my item
More than worth the price. Solid, no rattles, shoots great right out of the box. Clip spring is simple to change…

Great to practice your accuracy at a fraction of the cost of going to range and using live rounds. The weight of the gun is very similar To a real gun so your feel Is accurate. Perfect if your looking to work on your accuracy in the backyard
(for T4E guns, order the black versions from Amazon or Germany, not there blue- there are actually physical differences. All Umarex German products are excellent.
Nice is have recived my item
More than worth the price. Solid, no rattles, shoots great right out of the box. Clip spring is simple to change out for shooting rubber balls.
-Disclaimer: I purchased and use this in a recreational environment. This review, while possibly containing helpful information for training use, it is ultimately written for people who plan on using it in a recreational setting.
Overall: If realism is the most important aspect of a paintball pistol, this is definitely the best option. That said right now there is no perfect paintball pistol.
With realism comes drawbacks. The biggest drawback being that it is 43 caliber which is a very odd paint size and will probably have to be ordered online.
The second biggest drawback is the magazine scenario. The magazines are completely responsible for actually launching the projectile, unlike any other pistol where the magazines just store the paintball.
So effectively the chamber and everything that deals with pressure and o-rings is contained in the mags. This makes them fragile. To me this is frustrating as I tend to be rough with my magazines and like to just chuck them on the ground when I go to reload.
And theyre very expensive. over $40 a piece (at time of writing) for one single eight round magazine. To put into comparison, Dye DAM magazines (which hold 20 rounds each) cost around $30 for two.

T4E TPM1 .43 Caliber Training Pistol Paintball Gun Marker

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