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Tiberius Arms T4 Rifle

We have never covered paintball guns on SSD but Tactical Fanboy found one that is so cool we had to tell you about it. The T4 rifle from Tiberius Arms doesn’t look like any paintball gun we’ve ever seen. Sure, there are a few out there that have a few cosmetic features to make them look more “assault weapon”-like, but nothing like this.

This is a complete redesign, and fires Tiberius’ proprietary First Strike round, a bullet-like paintball rather than the standard old .68 ball. Additionally, rather than the hoppers or pots used to hold paintballs, the T4 comes with two 14 round stick magazines. It features billet machined upper and lower receivers, a monolithic rail platform, functional charging handle, tri-rail riser mount with 4 side rails, and both remote air and hopper adapters. The T4 also comes equipped with a 4×32 dual illuminated scope, low-profile bipod, and a collapsible AR-15/M4 style stock.

Thanks TF!


7 Responses to “Tiberius Arms T4 Rifle”

  1. Adam McFarland says:

    If you have an “in” with Tiberius Arms, you might want to let them know that their “Short Dot” scope is on their rifle backwards. Just sayin’.

  2. Alexander says:

    The First Strike rounds are pretty expensive, as is the marker. It sucks but most woodballers know the minimal increase in accuracy isn’t good enough, sheer volume of fire (ramping) from tourney markers still wins because everyone fires with the same muzzle velocity. Sadly, ramping is why the sport is dying.

  3. Connor says:

    There’s a reason for the T4’s uniqueness, it wasn’t initially designed as a recreational paintball marker. The T4 was originally designed as a less lethal system, firing FN303 rounds (if you notice, the First Strike is the same dimensions as an FN303 round). It was then later repurposed for a small batch (I don’t believe they’re in production anymore) of paintball markers.

    If anyone’s interested, I have a few different articles on the system:

  4. clay says:

    Ok, why do you guys insist on using paintball as a training tool when airsoft is infinatley more realistic and less expensive. That gun looks far from being scale to an AR and those magazines are bulky. The Ammo is expensive, whereas goog bbs cost $15 for 5000. A GBBR, such as the inokatsu m4 sopmod (made to accept real ar parts) or a WA, not only feed excusivley from 30 round magazines, but have a slight recoil effect and funtioning bold catch. Airsoft guns, even electric ones, are more realistic and function identically to a real AR. Plus, no hoses and tanks!
    I think it would be a concious choice to promote airsoft as a training tool, it is just closer to what our guys actually use in the field and that can be crucial.

  5. Administrator says:

    No in, but it’s theirs and not an S&B. Who knows, maybe it’s built that way.

  6. Jonathan says:

    How long until the ATF decides to seize these for being “easily converted into machine guns” like they did to those gas-powered airsoft M4s a couple years back?

  7. Mattd says:

    Huge magazine+bipod? Hmmm ok…