Most Realistic Paintball Guns Available
Let's start with the HDR pistol. It's a 68 caliber revolver, holding five rounds in each cylinder. First Strike compatible, too. There's a neat slide that lets you load 68 caliber paintballs or First Strike rounds. The package even comes with extra cylinders. Powering it up? Classic 12-gram CO2 cartridges. Stay tuned for a video on how many shots you can get from one CO2 cartridge.
Moving on to the shotgun, the HDB. Also fueled by 12-gram CO2 cartridges, it holds 16 rounds. It's a close-quarter beast, hitting 220 feet per second. Just like the pistol, it looks mean with a cool muzzle break. Picatinny rails on top and the side add tactical options. Priced at $200, it's a solid deal.
But here's the disclaimer: These T4E products look incredibly real. So, practice good gun safety. Don't be reckless; these aren't toys. Keep them at home or your local field. Okay, that's my PSA. The HDR pistol and HDB shotgun from Training for Engagement are impressive additions, retailing at $115 and $200, respectively. Check them out on LoneWolfPaintball.com.