Empire BT D*fender Dark Earth

Empire BT D*fender Dark Earth
Empire BT D*fender Dark Earth Empire BT D*fender Dark Earth
Merk: BT Paintball
Model: EMP-17133
Beschikbaarheid: 2 - 3 Days
Prijs: 1.179,95€
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The innovative genius of Empire Paintball has been at it again with the creation of the Empire BT D*Fender. This radical design moves the loader from off the top of the marker and places it within the stock of this bullpup-style masterpiece. The D*Fender has ultra-strong, lightweight magnesium shells with the high performance guts of our markers and a Z2 loader inside. Reduce your silhouette and never take a hit on your loader again. Forget its name, with the D*Fender in your hands, you’ll attack!


  • High performance paintball marker with integrated loader
  • Magnesium shells for high strength and light weight
  • Break Beam Eyes in breech prevent ball chops
  • Selector switch with 5 Firing modes – Semi, Burst, Ramping, Full Auto and Select Fire On/Off Regulator with easy-to-mount T-Slot rail
  • Smooth, programmable bearing trigger with 3-way adjustment
  • Removable side Picatinny rails and top Picatinny rails for accessories


  • Inline pressure controlled poppet firing engine offers accurate fire and smooth shooting
  • Proven Z2 loader performance with auto anti-jam
  • Loader activates upon trigger pull, so constant feeding is guaranteed
  • Capable of firing 20bps with continuous loading Self calibrating loader speed sensor
  • Tool-less basic maintenance/battery change
  • Battery level indicator
  • 6 AA Operation for all electronics


  • Includes both a standard magnetic lid and speed feed lid 
  • Ported, aluminum barrel with three Super Freak inserts (.680, .685, .690) 
  • Additional Super Freak Apex2 barrel that creates shots that curve onto targets 
  • Multi-position sling adapter for those long treks to the battlefield 


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