Gear: Pepperball Technologies Tac700 Pepperball Launcher


Pepperball Technologies Tac700 Pepperball Launcher

Pepperball Technologies
Category: Officer Safety Products
Subcategory: Less Than Lethal Force
Price: $800.00
Average Rating:
(16 Votes)

The TAC-700 launcher allows officers to quickly employ rounds and create substantial pepper clouds. This helps officers to gain compliance in crowd control, barricade busting, and many other use of force situations. Agency set trigger options assures the TAC-700 can conform to agency policy while giving officers the right capabilities to achieve their goals. Averages 700 rounds per minute in full automatic. Up to 60 ft. target accuracy, 200 ft. for saturating an area with pepper. Tactical and compact.

Member Reviews

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    Fender1604, Sun, 11 Nov 2007 02:20:26 UTC.
    1st review

    I just got certified with this and there is only one word to describe it. AWESOME! Very effective for one or numerous targets. Pepperball has multiple munitions to be used with the weapon as well. Part of the certification was getting shot with it. If the OC powder doesn't affect you the pain from the impact will.

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    Hate_The_Drake, Fri, 16 Nov 2007 03:38:10 UTC.

    This gun is actually a crossbreed between a Tippmann A-5 and a Tippmann Pro-Carbine Paintball Marker. It was the most dominate pneumatic paintball marker on the market with upgrades available to make it 17 rounds per second. not that you'd need it. hopper hold approx 250 rounds, so carry extra tubes of ammunition. the A-5 ran for approx $300 semi-auto. + $300 electronic trigger kit + ??? for Customization. Rounds are .68 calibur. I own the 17th A-5 ever made by Tippmann. been shooting it for years. extremely durable. however to my knowledge any paintball marker can fire pepperball ammo. Pepperball just wants your money. there are electronic markers on the market for under $200. aren't as fast but still pull about 12 rounds per second, if that is a problemask yourself how fast you really need to shoot. Markers shoot between 250 and 350 feet per second which is adjustable, so there is a decent impact. it's the pepperball ammo that is controlled and only available for licensed LEO or Military. also capable of firing other projectiles. me and some buddies have fired marbles and M-80 firecrackers out of one. although this is not recommended. i suggest asking at any paintball speciality retailer about other technical questions but i can answer as as well. just send me a message on here. i'm only on on weekdays between 1600 and 0000.

    Oh one more thing... FLATLINE BARREL... you want it.

    *update* here is a link to info:

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  • P23-2_max30
    kevw25, Fri, 16 Nov 2007 22:25:41 UTC.

    Edrake is right, this is basically just a tippman paint ball marker. Still sweet though.

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  • Police_max30
    Gauzer, Fri, 30 Nov 2007 18:38:14 UTC.

    I have never used this as a pepperball launcher, but I have used Tippmann for several years. Very durable and made in the USA. Which is difficult to find when it comes to paintball markers. I thought that looked familiar. I was gonna call A-5. Does this still have the cyclone feed?

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    Orion613, Thu, 06 Mar 2008 09:53:19 UTC.

    Agreed, in regaurds to the reviewers, though if you think the pepper rounds are dandy. Try the skunk rounds.

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    StreetMedicine, Mon, 21 Apr 2008 05:33:40 UTC.

    I used this when I worked Corrections... Good range, gives you a big cloud in a hurry. Just make sure you're upwind :-)

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    pbmyers30, Mon, 28 Apr 2008 15:04:04 UTC.

    Our department has the Pepperball equivilent to the Tippmann Pro-Carbine Paintball Marker. Just got cert. on it, and it is a very useful tool. Good for pain compliance from the impact and teh pepper dust.

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    silverbadge330, Thu, 08 May 2008 11:59:36 UTC.

    This pepperball gun is what every department needs. I have never used it but have seen it used many times. It really works in a jail setting well. On the road its great for disarming subjects.

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    Anonymous, Sun, 30 Nov 2008 16:01:32 UTC.


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    thev8man, Thu, 29 Jan 2009 09:51:21 UTC.

    Looks kindafun but I dont think it is practical if you have a taser. You can use both and there about the same price

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    Fed5173, Wed, 04 Feb 2009 17:00:24 UTC.

    This product is awesome! Used it a couple times, however the cloud of gas isn't as good as described. The actual impact of the gas ball is what gets the subjects attention!

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  • Hry_max30
    bigV, Thu, 05 Feb 2009 01:05:39 UTC.

    i like the whole concept but if you see te price of the balls you may not like it antmore

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    shalbaugh, Sat, 28 Mar 2009 12:51:08 UTC.

    This is a good product. We use it for CERT.

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    Anonymous, Sat, 11 Jul 2009 14:21:20 UTC.

    This thing is a beast. I have been shot with it several times and it never fails to amaze me on how it performs.

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    Anonymous, Sun, 06 Dec 2009 22:20:01 UTC.

    Awesome tool. I went thru a qualification course and had to take a couple of hits. Two words: I surrender!

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    coshane220, Mon, 27 Dec 2010 09:31:20 UTC.

    This is the Cadillac of the PepperBall launchers!

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