Blitz Rubber Gun Combat Firearm
- Bright neon colour to avoid potential confusion
- Made from tough moulded rubber
- A must for the serious self-defence instructor
- Dimensions: 19cm x 13cm
£11.99 (Price Includes VAT)
Install the sense of realism and true trepidation with our replica rubber gun. Master the exact amount of force required and perfect your disarming techniques thanks to the accurate interpretation of size and correct distribution of weight, in comparison to the real thing. Made from tough high-quality moulded rubber and purposefully coloured a bright neon colour to avoid potential confusion this is a must for the serious self-defence instructor. Easy to wipe clean before and after use. Dimensions: 19cm x 13cm. 270g.
Please note that this product is not for sale to people under the age of 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or older. This item is a practice training aid only and should not be used for contact training. Any damage incurred through misuse of this item is the sole responsibility of the customer and will invalidate its warranty and returns policy. Some payment methods will not be available for the purchase of weapons.
Catalogue Code: 71-03
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We have bought a number of these excellent rubber combat firearms, which are life-like in look, feel and balance. They are perfect for training in handgun defences, and help add a significant element of realism to our syllabus. High quality product, great low price, highly recommended.
I was surpised how realistic the weight of the practice gun is. It feels like a real gun in the grip. This makes it much better for disarming techniques.
Brilliant piece of training equipment, true to life sizing. durable and hard wearing rubber. I found this extremely useful. what more could you want.
Another effective training tool from Blitz - realistic shape and size, and the day-glo colour means it won't be mistaken for the real thing