Lightning Blaster CQB Nylon


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Lightning Blaster CQB 7.4 Volt

Close Quarters Battle (CQB) aka Close Quarters Combat (CQC) is a tactical concept that involves a physical confrontation between several combatants. It usually consists of small units or teams engaging the enemy with personal weapons at a very short range in warfare. In the typical close-quarters combat scenario, the attackers try a swift, violent takeover. The Lightning Blaster CQB with a 7.4-volt battery is the perfect blaster for any CQB encounter.


Short and Agile

With its short barrel and light weight, the Lightning Blaster CQB Short is the perfect blaster to get on to the CQB fields.

Light Weight but Powerfull

The Lightning Blaster CQB Short has a solid nylon build with the well known Lightning Blaster nylon gearbox and gears.

Budget Friendly

The Lightning Blaster CQB Short is a budget friendly blaster perfect for the beginner gel ballers.


*USA Version has a red flash hider

Please remember to check all local laws regarding the usage and ownership of gel blasters in your particular State or Territory.
Use protective eyewear at ALL times as incorrect usage can lead to eye damage.
Gelblasters must be concealed during transport and used in designated areas.
* Note gels supplied are usually of low quality it is highly recommended to use Ausgel gels for best results


  • Lightning Blaster Nylon Gearbox
  • 7.4bvolt battery
  • Nylon Iron sight
  • Nylon receiver and handguard
    • Nylon CQB Close Quarters Battle M4
    • Stop and think campaign leaflet
    • Safety glasses
    • Revised well magazine
    • 7.4 battery and charger
    • Unhydrated gels

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Vincent C.
    Quality gel blaster, sturdy construction

    I just got into gel blasting recently. I got this when it was on sale. It's a renamed Well M4 CQB. I also have a Tactoys M4 V10 (CYMA M4) and a Tactoys M4A1 MK3. This has the best magazine feeding mechanism out of the three. It is the only one that will completely empty the magazine (given that you have to flip it for the last few rounds; the other two will usually have @ 6-10 left in the magazine that you have to shake out even if you flip and shoot the gel blasters upside down). It doesn't have the mag prime feature unlike the other 2. Very sturdy nylon construction, no flex or rattle on the barrel cover and receiver (Cyma M4 and MK3 has a bit of rattle on the barrel cover). There's a bit of rattle on the butt stock but completely negligible (All 3 have it because they're adjustable). Accuracy and shot consistency is also the best among the 3 (Cyma M4 is a close 2nd and Mk3 is kinda meh). This is the newest one I have among the 3 and it is the most enjoyable to shoot. No regrets buying it, I definitely recommend getting it.
    NOTE: be careful when trying to remove the muzzle. It is not a screw-on like the Cyma M4. It's held by 2 screws into the outer barrel then you can pull it off like the Mk3. I had to loosen the outer barrel to access the screws.

    Nick Stage