Product Preview: LifeLite TCP PepperBall Launcher

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posted on July 24, 2019
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The PepperBall TCP, from LifeLite, is the company’s smallest less-than-lethal pepperball launcher currently available in its lineup. The TCP is a compact pistol-size launcher that holds six 0.68-caliber projectiles, launched via a CO2 or N2 canister stored in the removable box magazine. The semi-automatic launcher stands 6.5" high, 8" long with a 5" barrel and weighs 27 ozs. With the shooting speed tunable via a rear velocity adjustment, regular Target Range Rounds can reach out to 66 ft., while the more aerodynamic Target Range VXR rounds will travel 164 ft. Both types of rounds are available in an inert form for target practice, as well as a “live” version filled with the PAVA pepper powder. For more information on this $400 non-lethal defensive option, please visit pepperball.com.


Additional Reading:
PepperBall Awarded U.S. Army Contract for Non-Lethal Protection
Tested: PepperBall LifeLite

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