Using The Walther PPQ ?Paintball? Gun For Serious Training?

I’ve got a great training tool to share with you today…it’s the Walther PPQ .43 caliber, CO2 powered paintball pistol from T4E (Training for Engagement).

This is a great training tool, regardless of whether or not you own a Walther PPQ and I’m going to show you 3 distinct ways that you can train with this platform, depending on what you’re training.

One of the best things about this trainer?

It’s not a gun, so in most jurisdictions, you can leave it out, unlocked 24/7 and train with it whenever you get the urge without fear of criminals stealing and using it.

In addition, the fact that it’s not a firearm means that it’s easier to find places where you can safely do 360 degree training.

All-in-all, it’s a win…check it out by watching the video below:

To answer your question…yes, the Walther PPQ works with all of our training, including:

21 Day Alpha Shooter < That will have you shooting 2x faster, 2x tighter groups in only 21 days

Draw Stroke Mastery < The only course that gives you a step-by-step roadmap to a sub-second draw stroke

Praxis Dynamic Gun Fighting < The only course that will have you shooting better on-the-move than most people shoot flat footed…in only a few minutes a day.

Do one…do all three…but whatever you do, keep moving the ball forward as a shooter, a few minutes at a time, a few times a week.

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  • Rey Villorante

    Reply Reply January 28, 2020

    Ox, your suggestion of the Walther PPQ is GREAT for in-home practice drills, Ox! I’ve used it in the shock cord drills, used it in the metronome drills for visual training and timing, used it to practice clearing my home with my wife, and I have the liberty to fire riot balls, rubber balls, paint balls, and soon — pepper balls filled with mace. My wife and I use the Walther to practice home defense with various targets my wife and I setup in various rooms of our home. It’s a GREAT tool for us and enhances the training with the feel of a real pistol for tactile authenticity, and enough recoil and sound that makes the training more realistic to the senses. If possible, would you mind including the Walther in some of your training demonstration videos. I’d like to share your suggestions with my 3 sons so we can practice with pride knowing we’re using a tool you personally suggest. Thank you for your time.

    • Ox

      Reply Reply January 28, 2020

      That’s awesome, Rey! I think Rebekah is reaching out to you about the pics…I wasn’t able to see them before and I’d love to.

      T4E has a couple of platforms with larger, heavier rifled rubber projectiles that are specifically made for home defense in areas that don’t allow firearms 🙂 One is a sawed off shotgun and the other is a revolver. I’ll be reviewing those in the near future as well. One of the more innovative things that they’ve done is set the home defense versions up so that you tap the butt of the grip to puncture the CO2 cartridge…that way you don’t wear out seals and risk leaking during storage.

  • Rey

    Reply Reply January 28, 2020

    With your suggestion (I don’t remember if it was in the 21-Day Shooter or Praxis Protocol Course) I purchased the Walther PPQ Blue AirSoft Pistol and the Sig Sauer MPX AirSoft rifle as my training tools and I’ve been successfully practicing everything he teaches.

    I was so impressed with his suggestion, that for Christmas I bought my 3 sons 1 pistol/rifle each, and gave them my deck of Dry Fire Training cards.

    I am so confident that Ox’s lessons are an effective way to defend my wife and I that I recommended my college aged sons to start using Ox’s system for their own home defense needs.

    I am VERY happy and proud to receive Ox’s teachings and will recommend his training concepts to all my friends and family.

    I’ve attached a few photographs of my sons gifts and hope Ox is pleased to know he’s making a huge impact on my family as we depend on solid and effective concepts in home defense for my wife and now my three sons. Thank you for your time.

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