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Walther P99 .43 Blowback Paintball Pistol Super Combo

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Price: $249.95 + $24.49 shipping
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  • T4E P99 Pisol Green Slide
  • Power: CO2
  • Capacity: 9-shot
  • Velocity: 290 fps
  • One extra magazine and one bag of 250ct .43 paintball included

Frequently Bought Together

Walther P99 .43 Blowback Paintball Pistol Super Combo + NEW .43 Caliber Paintball Bag (Bag 1000) (Red) - paintballs + AVI 12 Gram CO2 Cartridge - 50 Pack
Price for all three: $330.07

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Product Description

The Walther P99 Real Action Marker Paintball pistol is the ultimate in reality training. T4E products are replicas of the actual firearm and utilize clips containing either .43 caliber paintballs or .43 caliber rubberballs. This P99 is powered by the 12g CO2 cylinder. It looks, feels and shoots with great accuracy just like the real P99 for virtual reality paintball. This super combo comes with T4E P99 paintball pistol x 1, T4E 9-shot extra magazine x 1, KonKor .43 paintball 250 ct x 1, and foam-lined hard plastic gun case x 1.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 40 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004B6GHQU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #149,003 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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A must have for sniper paintball players!
steve
If you are looking for a paintball marker that looks, feels, and weights the same as the real deal, then look no further.
Bill
Very efficient with gas (get about 60-100 shots), and super fun to play with.
vagrant66

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Kyle Martin on December 9, 2011
Great side arm but the limited 9 round magazine makes it no more then that.
The 12g co2 will give you 4-6 magazines worth and make sure your field allows .43 caliber paintball markers.
The paintball's are actually orange and not red, comes with hard a case 1 year warranty and a small cleaning kit.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Charles R. Martin on January 5, 2011
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This paintball pistol looks exactly like the real Walther P99. Loading the co2 cartridge is a snap. The magazine holds 13- .43 Paintballs. The P99 feels good in your hand. When in use, it fires with a little bit of recoil and can put a pattern less than two feet in dia at 50 feet. I'm very impressed with this pistol and recommend it to all that can afford it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By vagrant66 on December 19, 2012
These are great little guns, very comfortable to hold and good weight.
Very efficient with gas (get about 60-100 shots), and super fun to play with.
Velocity is average (210) and accuracy is pretty good for a paintball pistol.
Note that for all the ram pistols, paintballs have a tendency to compress in the tight magazines so in reality you really only load up about 7+1 shots to avoid popping balls or having them distort and break during firing.

The gas disks are touchy, and can pop if you start firing a warm gun right after gassing up (so let it sit a minute first) or you can freeze it up hammering through clips. I have 4 of these guns and at any given time 1 will have a bad leak that needs immediate attention prior to use, and 1 will have a slow leak that makes it through a quick game but not much more. Not a bad reliability ratio for rams. However, it is VERY easy to work on these guns compared to the larger .43 cores.

Also I highly recommend disassembling and removing the trigger safety as soon as you get it out of the box (otherwise that darn thing has a tendency to engage right when you don't want it to). The real walthers don't have this, and honestly the trigger pull is heavy enough not to worry about misfires (especially when decocked back to double action)

One last thing is back site does not lock down, so you may want to hot glue it in place after frequent disassemblies to avoid the inevitable loss when it gets loose. Also the magazine rubber detents have a tendency to fall out after wear, and if you drop a mag top down they sometimes bend and won't feed right until you bend them back (mags are heavy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bill on March 9, 2014
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This gun is absolutely fantastic! If you are looking for a paintball marker that looks, feels, and weights the same as the real deal, then look no further. One thing I noticed about this gun is that it operates much like it's 9 millimeter counterpart. If you have a full magazine, load it into the weapon, and jack the slide, it chambers a round, just like a real gun. The procedure for reloading (Empty, drop mag, load new mag, release slide) is exactly like a real firearm, and the magazine holds a realistic amount of ammo.

Also, if your hold the weapon in a weaver stance, with both hands, you cannot tell it is a paintball gun, except for the warning printed on the right side of the slide, and the inside of the barrel barrel being brass colored. Both of these were taken care of with a little black paint.

I also purchased some rubber balls, pepperballs, and glass breaking rounds for this weapon. While obviously not my first choice, I think that one would be able to use this as a self defense weapon in certain situations. I've personally tested all of the above rounds, and any of them put me on my feet. I would hate to be on the receiving end of the pepperballs. They're just like tear gas.

Overall, this is a great paintball gun, I highly recommend it.
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