Type: Paintball Revolver
Materials: Metal & Polymer
Weight: 726 g (1.6 lb)
Power Source: 12g CO2 x 1
Action: Revolver, double action only
Ammo Type: 0.50 cal. paintballs
Ammo Capacity: 6 rounds
Buy the magazine: UMX2292113
Buy the Ammo: GXG86278PNKTrigger Pull: Double action only but not very long with a very different feel than I am used to. The best way to describe it is that it's kind of lumpy. It starts out firm and then eases off just before it releases, like climbing a hill and then coasting down the other side.
Build Quality: The build quality is good overall. It's a mostly plastic build with internal metal parts where they need to be. It is essentially two plastic halves held together by screws with the few actual mechanical working external parts. You have the trigger with its working trigger safety, the removable magazine, magazine release, and the quick puncture CO2 screw knob. The hammer is internal. The revolver is not very heavy but it does feel solid in the hand.
Realism: The Umarex T4E TR50 is not a replica of any real steel gun that I know of. It does share a lot of similarities with the Umarex Brodax which is a CO2 BB revolver. The TR50 is basically a very modern-looking revolver. It's not going to fool anyone up close that you actually have a real steel revolver, but then again I don’t think if you are shooting it at anyone they are going to want to get all that close to you :)
Comments: The Umarex T4E TR50 Paintball Revolver is an interesting paintball gun. Overseas versions are marketed as the HDR50 which stands for “Home Defense Revolver”, while the North American version is marketed as the TR50 or “Training Revolver”. This is mainly because in Europe, most countries are not allowed to own real handguns but can own “self-defense handguns”. In North America, particularly in the US, real handguns are very easy to obtain and can be used for self-defense. Just across the border here in Canada however we cannot purposely have on hand anything that we plan to use as a weapon for self-defense so the T4E TR50 Paintball Revolver is marketed as a training revolver. What’s the difference? Not much. Our North American 360 FPS version is a lot like the 7.5 joule German version in terms of power, but you can also get a more powerful 11 joule version in the UK. All that said, the Umarex T4E TR50, at least here in Canada, is made and marketed as a paintball gun but on the field it may be too powerful. What you decide to do with it is up to you!
|FPS:||350 to 400|
|Primary Material:||Metal & Polymer|
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