Umarex NXG PS-200 paintball marker RAM 11.0 joules - cal. 50

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Article number: 2.6801
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The T4E Real Action Marker NXG PS-200, whose strengths are clearly in the large .50 caliber , the enormous energy of 11 joules belongs to the latest generation of high-end training and marking weapons that are used by both authorities and the military for training purposes will.

The Real Action Marker NXG PS-200 is powered by a Co2 capsule that is easily accessible mounted in the magazine. It has its place in the handle, but thanks to quick piercing it is only pierced by a light blow on the underside of the handle. This makes your .50 caliber Home Defense pistol ready for use in a flash and guarantees full capsules whenever you need them.

You can easily load six .50 caliber bullets into the magazine and fend off an attacker with up to 11 joules . Rubberballs (rubber bullets) as well as chalk balls (markers) and pepper balls in .50 caliber can be fired for self-defense.

Structured gripping surfaces ensure a firm hold even in stressful situations and the trigger tongue protection prevents a shot from being accidentally released in the event of a fall.

The Kal. 50 paintball marker RAM NXG PS-200 is supplied with 11.0 joules incl. Kal. 50 magazine .


- Latest generation of high-end training weapons marking and training rifle for chalk and rubber balls - ideal for self-defense with the help / loading of rubber (rubber balls) or pepper balls (Pepperdust)

Usable ammunition: rubberballs, powderballs, pepperballs (according to the manufacturer, please do not use paintballs, as these can burst due to the high energy)
  • .50 caliber (12.7 mm) rubberball or Pepperdust
  • System Co2
  • Magazine capacity 6 shots
  • Energy 11 joules
  • Length 213 mm
  • Weight 682 grams
  • Safe / Semi function
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