Things I liked:The look of the rifle. Accuracy. Things I would have changed:Lighter overall weight. Lighter cocking effort. What others should know:Like the description says, you have to sight the rifle in each time you change barrels. Also, put locktite on the barrel screw because it loosens up frequently. I've pretty much decided to leave the .22 barrel on the gun but it's nice to have the other barrel if I need it. Even though the scope that it came with is nice, I changed it to a Leapers 3-9x40. Now I call it my sniper rifle
Things I liked:Realistic look and feel Things I would have changed:A little more power and blowback. What others should know:The slide seems a little loose. I'm not sure if they all do that. Would stretching the spring tighten it up a bit?
Other than that, it's more than worth the money.
Things I liked:The realism is incredible. I have a Colt 45 1911 and it's amazing how accurate the Tanfoglio is to detail. Both pistols field stip exactly the same. The blowback is strong and gives a nice recoil. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Do not try to put more than 18 bb's in the magazine. I put 17. Even with 18 the magazine sometimes gets stuck and is hard to remove. This never happens with 17 or less. This pistol will take actual 1911 grips but they will have to be slightly modified with a Dremmel tool. It's easy to find instructions how to do this on YouTube.