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PY-5144-10291

T4E Walther PPQ M2 CO2 Paintball Pistol Black, .43 cal

Main Product Rating 4.54.5 (7 reviews)
T4E Walther PPQ M2 CO2 Paintball Pistol Black, .43 cal

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WALTHER-2292101 [PY-5144-10291]

T4E Walther PPQ .43 CO2 Pistol Black



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$189.95

Included:
  • Walther PPQ M2 T4E .43 Caliber CO2 Pistol
  • 8-Round Magazine
  • Hard Case

Caliber.43 (10mm)
Max Velocity355 fps
GripAmbi
ColorBlack

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The large-caliber Walther PPQ M2 has been internationally successful, and now with the T4E (Train For Engagement) CO2 version, you can get in the practice and training that you need. The blowback provides a realistic response with enough kick to make you reacquire your sight picture, making it a perfect way to run drills in your own backyard. Whether you want to get more trigger time, or just have some fun with a great pistol, the PPQ M2 T4E may be the gun for you. 



T4E Walther PPQ .43 CO2 Pistol Black

  • Shoots .43 caliber paintballs, rubber balls, or chalk balls
  • Fits duty holster
  • 12 gram CO2 powered
  • Blowback
  • 8-round magazine

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WALTHER-2292101 [PY-5144-10291]

T4E Walther PPQ .43 CO2 Pistol Black



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Price

$189.95

Included:
  • Walther PPQ M2 T4E .43 Caliber CO2 Pistol
  • 8-Round Magazine
  • Hard Case

Caliber.43 (10mm)
Max Velocity355 fps
GripAmbi
ColorBlack

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Estimated in-stock date 06-20-2024. Place your order now for delivery priority!

Specs

Max Velocity355 fps
Overall Length7.08"
ButtplateNone
FunctionRepeater
Weight1.8 lbs
ScopeableNo
Suggested forSkirmishing
Caliber.43 (10mm)
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length4.01"
Shot Capacity8
BarrelSmooth bore
Front SightBlade
Rear SightAdjustable
ActionSemiautomatic
PowerplantCO2
BlowbackYes
Body TypePistol
ShroudedNo

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Things I liked:

What a hoot! This is accurate (under 20ft), a solid, quality build. Has an adjustable rear sight (windage only), but found mine very accurate out of the box and haven't bothered. Easy to adjust apply a bit of Kentucky windage as the Co2 settles in. Also luv the simplicity and ease of loading .43 rubber balls (magazine has locking follower. Not to mention the ability to just wash-off and re-use (I use a deep pellet trap, recover nearly every one), I suspect my jar of T4E balls will be a life-time supply. Like that it comes with extras, barrel squeegee, extra magazine spring, and Walther logo case (albeit, not as high quality as case with CP88 / CP99). Like the CO2 wrench built in to grip, but you might find you get better leverage using a 6mm Allen wrench. Slide locks after last shot.

Things I would have changed:

A CO2 charge indicator like on the T4E HDP50 would make this perfect. Minor quibble, a case of better quality, more like the cases with the CP88 / CP99.

What others should know:

Be aware that unlike the .177 PPQ M2 (and many replica air pistols), the only safety on the T4E PPQ is the trigger safety. I also purchased the Quick-Change/Charge CO2 magazine, also high quality, but have to bang the heck out of mine to get it to puncture the capsule (and no indicator on the pistol, unlike T4E HDP50). I'm an avid .177 replica pistol collector, thought I'd give a .43 air pistol a try, and so glad I did. Really pleased with purchase and how fun this is to use, it sparks much joy :-)

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Rating 4.04.0 4.0

Rating 5.05.0 5.0

Things I liked:

The PPQ is exactly like my 9mm Walter PPQ. So Training with the PPQ .43 will translate to the 9mm PPQ. That's a very good thing. Trigger time that cost less is always good.

Things I would have changed:

The Trigger pull is very heavy. A lot heaver than my 9mm PPQ. Wished they could make it have the same trigger pull has the 9mm PPQ. Not a fan of the CO2 tool being inside the hand grip at all. It is to small do really tighten down the CO2 cartage. The empty mag has a good weight to it. so be careful when you hit the mag release. It is spring load and will fall out of the gun very easy. This is a problem because the top of the mag is cheap cast pot metal that will break if it lands on the mag wrong. and the mags are $44.99 each. The mag release is right under your shooting hand thumb (right hand shooting), and it is way to easy to release the mag.

What others should know:

I did not get ammo for the PPQ but I have a 3D printer and just printed up some PLA .43 cal ball ammo. This gun will send my 3D printed ammo through 7 layers of good cardboard from 12 foot away. I put boxes inside each other with air gaps between each box. the last or 8th layer stopped the round. I got this for training for the 9mm PPQ and for a pepper-ball deterrent system.

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Rating 4.04.0 4.0

Things I liked:

The pistol has a good weight, solid in the hand. Fairly accurate up to about 25 yds. Mostly easy to use. Like that the mechanism is inside the magazine.

Things I would have changed:

The magazine is WORTHLESS unless all you're planning to shoot until the CO2 runs out. Unlike most other paintball markers, THIS DOES NOT HAVE the quick pierce feature. Essentially when the CO2 needs replacing you must remove the magazine and have an Allen Wrench handy, or a six sided extractor to unscrew the piece that holds the CO2 cartridge in place. BIGUS THAT IS, considering the gun with this regular magazine hits about $200 with tax.

What others should know:

YOU WILL NEED TO BUY A QUICK PIERCING MAG TO BE ABLE TO REALLY USE THIS. THOSE ARE $49.99 EACH. Now you are spending around $250, plus tax for a pistol that in my opinion is not worth more than about $129.00, period.

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