The Most Realistic & Powerful Training Weapon In The World,
The most vigorous air powered training weapon in the world today, the T16 LE. The T16 is a new training weapon that was approved by the NATIONAL TACTICAL OFFICERS ASSOCIATION (NTOA). The unit received an extraordinary score of 4.55 out of 5.0. The enhanced version has been restructured with further improvements recommend by the NTOA. With these new enhancements the T16 LE will definitely collect a perfect 5.0 out of 5.0 score.
"I recommend it to any agency looking at new training weapons." --NTOA
The T16 loads marking rounds via a bottom-mounted magazine exactly like an authentic M4 rifle! This provides users an extremely "realistic" feeling for War Games and SWAT simulations. The CO2 tank (power source) is out of sight inside the butt stock. Additionally, the T16 has the capability to take any M4/AR type attachments (sight, scope, mount, etc.). The T16 LE is able to fire a paintball (marking round) at 450+ fps.
T16 LE offers innovative solutions for riot control and live fire training. This new solution is designed to restrain or subdue individuals and groups when non-lethal force is suitable. This new system will not just simply allow small agencies the capability to sharpen the officer's skills; it can also be applied in riot control using our non-lethal projectile. Our marking rounds are made using olive oil and food coloring (non-toxic) and are water-soluble. The markings are really easy to clean; they can be cleaned off fast with a damp cloth. The T16 system is virtually maintenance free; each T16 can fire ten thousand rounds before any upkeep is necessary.
T16 LE is a "Simunition Alternative" that costs 30 times less than Simunition. Agencies can now train longer, harder and a lot more successful with additional trigger time. The T16 permits all agencies to train with live fire simulations with no worry of serious injury. We offer the finest and most up-to-date compliance systems currently on the market. Never before have there been military or law enforcement systems that are as safe, effective, and reasonably priced.
This article was published on Friday 17 June, 2005.