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Umarex T4E TB .68 Cal - $80 (Arlington)

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Arlington, Tn
condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Umarex
model name / number: T4E
size / dimensions: .68 Cal
It is practically Brand New. I've shot about 30 rounds out of it. I paid $200 for it brand new. I'm selling it for $80. It is very powerful. Not a toy. Cones with about 40 to 50 rounds. Had a red dot sight and a sling. I've got about $250 tied up in it. So $80 is a great great deal.



T4E TB 68 shotgun provides a new level of power and maneuverability in a magazine-fed marker platform. The compact HDB is powered by a single 12-gram CO2 cartridge housed in the grip and pierced via the Quick Pierce charging mechanism. This allows the marker to be stored with ammo in the magazine and CO2 ready to go at a moment's notice. The internal magazine holds 16 rounds of .68 caliber rubber, paint, or dust ball ammo. Fantastic as a recreational paintball gun but the TB 68 is also a great tool to use for law enforcement training or crowd control. The .68 caliber projectiles will travel at 220 FPS and the CO2 cartridge will effectively launch all 16 projectiles before it needs to be changed. This marker is rated for 6.8 Joules.

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WARNING: These products are not for novice use. They are intended to serve as a tool for safety and defense and should be used with extreme care. Using defense products can cause damage, including injury or death. Projectiles are a ricochet hazard; when testing your products exercise extreme caution including the use of safety goggles. Pepper sprays can be affected by wind or air current, and residue from pepper powder can get onto hands and skin; user may be adversely affected if not careful.
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.68 Caliber Dust, Pain, or Rubber Ammo Compatible
16-Round Capacity
Top Pic Rail
Single 12g Non-Threaded CO2 Power
220 FPS
6.8 Joules

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