The key to safe handling of a service weapon in an emergency is intensive training, and that means working under conditions that are as realistic as possible.
The tremendous similarity between the HK 416 T4E and the original is visible at a glance: the dimensions and the manner of operation – loading, releasing the safety and firing – are the same. The all-metal rifle weighs a full 3000 g.
This training rifle fires .43 caliber rubberballs, chalkballs and markingballs. The magazine holds 14 rounds along with the 12 g CO₂ capsule, which delivers a muzzle energy of up to seven joules. Part of the gas is returned in order to simulate a realistic recoil. The HK416 T4E comes with an adjustable peep site. The quadrail system also lets you mount other aiming aids and accessories.
In this law enforcement version the grip, handguard and magazine are in conspicuous blue to show that it is a training weapon.
Suitable for all T4E Roundballs in cal. .43