When it comes to training, nothing quite beats using the real thing, however, when safety is a top priority during force-on-force conflicts, something like the new M&P Marker M2.0 from T4E (Training For Engagement) can really be a helpful tool to the operator doing the exercise. The M&P Marker M2.0 makes use of a .43 caliber projectile which can be either chalk, a paintball, or even reusable rubber bullets combined with a 12-gram CO2 cartridge to deliver its training projectiles with realistic blowback action.
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The New Smith & Wesson M&P Marker M2.0 from T4E
The all-newSmith & Wesson M&P 9 M2.0 T4E platform makes for a perfect force on force training gun. This .43 caliber paintball pistol uses common 12 gram CO2 cartridges and can shoot paint, chalk, or reusable rubber balls. The M&P 9, along with the T4E platform, features identical ergonomics and controls compared to its firearm counterpart and gives the shooter recoil impulse via the live blowback action slide. A spare magazine spring for shooting rubber projectiles is included as well as a cleaning squeegee, and a swappable large backstrap.
The T4E Smith & Wesson M&P Marker M2.0 is a joint venture between Smith & Wesson and UMAREX which is well known for its CO2 bb air pistols and rifles as well as some of its more powerful PCP air rifles that are used for hunting. The Marker M2.0 from T4E will cost $229.99 and is an officially licensed product so it will not only fit inside your existing holster setup, but it’ll also accept most aftermarket accessories meant for the live-ammunition firing M&P M2.0 pistol. For more information, you can visit https://training.t4eguns.com/.
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