Introducing the Unit4 Training Rifle
The Most Innovative, Authentic and Reliable M4 Trainer Ever Invented
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THE UNIT4 TRAINING RIFLE
The UNIT4 Training Rifle is a mil-spec, standalone, M4 training system that uses CO2 to fire 8mm non-lethal projectiles. Classified by the ATF as a non-firearm, the UNIT4 is magazine fed and utilizes UNIT Solutions' proprietary TPAK cartridge system to deliver non-lethal projectiles from the magazine to the training rifle.
THE UNIT4 TPAK
The UNIT Solutions patented TPAK is a low cost, preloaded cartridge containing 30 8mm marking or non-marking projectiles and CO2 propellant. The non-lethal projectiles are 100% biodegradable, lead-free, brass-free, do not contain a primer, and will not penetrate covered human skin. TPAK cartridges are only compatible with the UNIT4 Training Rifle and UNIT4 Magazines.
THE UNIT4 MAGAZINE
The UNIT4 Magazine has been specifically engineered to maximize operator safety and increase durability for rugged training. Crafted from robust materials selected for maximum durability and featuring a carabiner style latch to provide maximum protection, the UNIT4 Magazine is ONLY compatible with the UNIT4 Training Rifle and UNIT4 TPAK Cartridges.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING
The UNIT4 will put hours back in your training schedule.
- Colonel (Ret, USMC) George Fenton -
The instant you pull the trigger this stops being another gun and reveals itself as a serious training tool.
- Special Operations NCO-
It changed the dynamic of our active shooter training.
- Middle Tennessee Sheriff's Department -
The UNIT4 not only equips users with the tools necessary to problem solve and critically think in dynamic situations that represent realistic events they may encounter during implementation of duties or daily life, but also allows us to use a realistic firearm replica with marking capabilities for use in scenario-based training with live role-players to enhance training efforts on all fronts.
- Shane Kerwin, Royal Range Training Manager -