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Introducing the First Strike FSC (CO2) Pistol .68 Cal - Less Lethal, a high-performance sidearm designed for ultimate customization and personalization. With a smaller, modular grip frame and shorter overall length, this pistol is perfect as a self-defense sidearm.
The FSC is powered by 8 gram or 12 gram Co2 cartridges (with use of T8.1/T9.1 Magazine) and HPA, making it one of the most versatile platforms on the market. It accepts 8.1/9.1 barrels and can shoot all .68 Caliber projectiles reliably, including Paintballs, Rubber Balls, and Pepper Balls.
Personalize your FSC to suit your style of play - the FSC accepts many existing T8.1/T9.1 accessories, allowing you to build your marker and dominate the field.
The FSC features an ambidextrous safety, two 6-round magazines, and is standard 8.1/9.1 magazine compatible. It also boasts an under-mount rail, mil-spec textured grip, and micro-honed barrel for maximum accuracy.
Overall, the First Strike FSC (CO2) Pistol .68 Cal - Less Lethal is a top-of-the-line, customizable, and reliable sidearm that is perfect for any player looking for a high-performance less lethal weapon.
Able to shoot all .68 Caliber projectiles reliably including Paintballs, Rubber Balls, and Pepper Balls.
Customize Personalize your FSC to your style of play – the FSC accepts many existing T8.1/T9.1 accessories so you can build your marker to help you dominate the field.
From daily patrol to corrections, to crowd control and beyond, implementing the non-lethal PepperBall system can decrease fatal responses and shorten resolution time - freeing up much needed policing resources. With the most accurate projectile design and a variety of launchers, PepperBall leads the way in helping reduce operational risk and changing suspect or assailant behavior.
WARNING: These products are not for novice use. They are intended to serve as a tool for safety and defense and should be used with extreme care. Using defense products can cause damage, including injury or death. Projectiles are a ricochet hazard; when testing your products exercise extreme caution including the use of safety goggles. Pepper sprays can be affected by wind or air current, and residue from pepper powder can get onto hands and skin; user may be adversely affected if not careful.