Have you ever noticed how limited edition usually means rock star quality? Well the Empire Battle Tested TM-15 LE paintball marker is no exception to that rule. Empire BT really stepped up the game with this paintball gun. While you are still going to get the reliability, durability and general awesomeness of the classic TM-15 you are also getting a number of upgrades. These changes move this marker from just awesome to "gotta have it today" status.
Now that you are all primed, are you ready to learn about all of the cool new features on this paintball marker? Let's start with the barrel, because we all know if our barrel isn't up to par our shots can be inconsistent. The Empire Battle Tested TM-15 LE comes with an Apex2 barrel designed to increase your shots distance and accuracy. Thanks to the Apex2 barrel playing the role of sniper had never been quite so easy. The Empire BT team has also shortened the lightweight titanium shroud, helping you get smaller and still maintain great maneuverability. One of the most obvious changes is in the color. The black and dark gray colors have been swapped out for tan and earth tones making this paintball gun the ideal marker for desert like environments.
If you want to play like a rock star then you had better get your hands on this limited edition paintball gun. They only made so many and once they are goneà well, they're gone.
Empire Battle Tested TM-15 LE Paintball Gun Features:
Fully Electronic .68 caliber paintball marker
Limited Edition quantity
Ultra strong, lightweight magnesium body
Shortened Carbine length shroud
APEX2 Barrel System allows customizable shot curves
True Electro-Pneumatic operating system with Mini technology inside
Shift-On-The-Fly, 4-position recreational firing mode switch: Safe/Semi/Burst/Full Auto
Multiple Firing Modes: Semi/PSP/Millennium
Flip-Up front and rear sights
Multiple picatinny rails allow for adding accessories
Quick-change battery in the removable magazine
Collapsible/adjustable rear stock
Bolt out back design for easy cleaning and maintenance