Things I liked:The LOOK...the power and the "IT" factor...The Thompson is just such a cool gun with so much history, whats not to like? My dad (Marines/Korea) was totally done in by it...way cool.My sister (yep, she likes airsoft too) is hypnotized by it...LOL...hard to keep from shooting her...Very cool sound and heft...everybody that holds and shoots it falls in love...with the gun doofus! Things I would have changed:yeah, right...it's already darn near perfect What others should know:don't wind the magazine too tight, if it stops shooting use the cleaning rod to check the barrel for a jam...I've had 1 in about 2K rounds, about drove me crazy...dumb*** me LOL
Things I liked:I got this for my dad to play with inside his apartment...it's great for that. Very realistic and functions just like a S&W, forward cylinder release and counter-clockwise cylinder rotation, it's the little stuff that counts. We've had a lot of fun with it plinking away. Just about enough power for that, he likes it, I like it too. Really fun gun. Things I would have changed:it is what it is... What others should know:this wouldn't be a very good handgun for games. It is double-action but it only fires on single action...go figure. It is ABS and while strong enough I wouldn't figure on placing stress on swinging the cylinder out for a re-load under combat conditions...I'd break it.
Things I liked:I got this just to have a revolver (I prefer auto-pistols) and it's really cool. Just like a Colt Python the cylinder rotates clockwise, the cylinder release pulls backwards. It is REALLY accurate...this thing will tack-drive at 25'. It looks teriffic and handles like the real deal if lighter (LOL...it cool though) Things I would have changed:nothing it's fun the way it is What others should know:not a real good choice for games, delicate on the cylinder swing-out to re-load...it's a revolver so it's slow to reload. Single-action function only. A trifle under powered but great for trigger time inside LOL
Things I liked:This is a robust 1911A1 design. Altough it is all ABS it is a REALLY nice rendition and actually packs a whallop...a friend dented his wood door with a BB at 20'. It is very accurate...LOL...more accurate than one real .45 I've had. John Browning would like it...I do too. Things I would have changed:nothing... What others should know:GREAT beginers gun...easy to cycle (required after each shot), Magazine loads easy...I will definately use it as a sidearm in gaming...if you have the cajones it would be OK as an only arm...but be ready to occasionally get pasted LOL
Things I liked:I got this as a hide out gun. My sister says it's 'cute', my dad had the real deal and was surpirsed at the detailed markings. It's really teeny LOL, it will fit ANYWHERE...and...surprise!!! Definately worth having if only to whip out if taken prisoner and they miss it LOL...packs enough punch for a tiny terror Things I would have changed:nothing it's fine 'just the way it is' What others should know:this is something to have so you can show your sense of humor...and cunning LOL
Things I liked:cost (-; they are very consistant in shape too.I use them for a 7.6v AK47 thats a tad underpowered and they really help out.It's underpowered enough I can re-use them after a washing. What others should know:I bought 10K off the bat and am glad I did. With my Cybergun Thompson they do tend to fracture occasionally when they hit.They work excellent with my spring handgungs and a spring M14A1
Things I liked:real consistant quality, disappear on the ground outside. 5K are a lifetime supply for my underpowered handguns. Have a nice polish to them too. What others should know:excellent for spring guns...too light for anything with any oomph behind it. Definately NOT for sniper rifles LOL...I may try a few though just to see, might go into the next county
Things I liked:ballistic nylon, well stiched, real steel quality Things I would have changed:it would be a great addition if there was a model that would fit a standard M1911A1 or Beretta M92.the barrel sticks out about 1 1/2" from the end. I like better protection for my pistols What others should know:Fits my TSD Baby Hi-Cappa excellently and a mag in the front holder too, this is what I actually got it for...for this it is definately outstanding.
Things I liked:what a great back-up! I got two spare magazines and this thing is powerful and accurate. It doesn't seem to have the same issues with the mags or the cycling as the full size Wilson Combat I have...probably due to the lighter slide and larger mag. I REALLY like this little pistol, it fits my big paw fine and my sister's too Things I would have changed:give me a free one for the plug...LOL...right What others should know:this really is an excellent little pistol...every bit as accurate as a full size...it's a smooth bore so the shorter barrel is insignificant at pistol distances. If your looking for a M1911A1 this is a great choice..their UTG holster is perfect for it too
Things I liked:it came with a TSD Baby Hi-cappa...it was free so it HAD to be for me Things I would have changed:it's ok...just nothing extra special...just a workingman case What others should know:easy to mark it permanently with your name
Things I liked:flawless performance with my TSD Baby Hi-Cappa. I got 2 extras and it makes the little bugger a blast to shoot. The extra BB's make for a little surprize when they "meet my little friend" Things I would have changed:they're perfect as they are What others should know:these are staggered magazines and do take a bit to load but are definately worth the effort expended
Things I liked:great belt...same one as used on many tactical vests. easy to adjust Things I would have changed:LOL...it's a belt...it holds my pants up and my belly in What others should know:this is mil-spec materials and suitable for real steel use as well as airsoft
Things I liked:really well made, nice padded inside the holster leg-protector. Good enough for real steel use. Things I would have changed:make the holster tip 1 1/2" longer as a M1911A1 or Berretta M92 stick out of the bottom...that's only OK for cowboys...a handgun need protection for the muzzel What others should know:takes a little getting used to carrying like this (for me anyhow). Not the fastest way to get your iron into your hands...it is faster than an ankle holster though
Things I liked:When you get the box it is 'almost' as good as getting your first real Colt. The anticipation runs high, the box is hefty and then you open it. WOW! Escapes under your breath and your eyes go wide. I purchased the blued version and it is a beauty. I almost bought a Mattel Fanner Fifty like I had when I was a kid a while back and stopped, glad I did. The long wait is over. This SAA Colt Peacemaker is soooo close to the real deal it isn't funny. That unmistakable snick as the hammer pulls back. The legendary pointability and the prancing horse really put a smile on my face. The loading gate and cartridges are further icing on the cake. The grips look much better up close and personal than the justice done by the pictures. With engraving it would be a ringer for The Duke's pistols in The Shootist. It fits perfectly in my SAA 1873 drop holster, I need to practice mah draw pardner LOL. Things I would have changed:If I could change anything it would be the safety, what in the world is it for other than to make corporate lawyers happy. Make faux wood stocks with the Colt emblem and the eagle black grips with emblem an option to purchase. Make more barrel options 4 5/8" & 7" barrels, birdshead grip sheriff's model....so many possibilities. What others should know:Be prepared to be gobsmacked when you open this up. It is a stunner. It twirls and handles just like the real deal. It is perfect for cheap practice and a joy to shoot. The little pistol shoots as good as I can on any given day and is as accurate as you could hope for. It isn't a target gun, remember to 'point and shoot'. It has a smack of authority when the BB hits the target and there is plenty of shooting from a single CO2 cartridge. This is a slower speed shooter than most with the loading and unloading, but that just serves to prolong the enjoyment you'll get handling this fine little gun. My dad (he's 85) was so impressed he's ordered one to hang on his wall and my sister has ordered the nickel engraved version which won't be in her hands until Sept 2015, I look forward to seeing that one. If it's on backorder, get in line it'll be worth the wait. One of the most fun purchases I have made in a very long time. If you like westerns, cowboys and the American Old West get one.
Things I liked:I purchased these to shoot in the backyard, being black they'll disappear in no time into the dirt. These are premium BB's and seem to be of a much higher quality than the usual BB. I bought them for a Umarex Colt SAA and it likes them just fine.