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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By derek from USA on 2008-11-03 11:56:13Things I liked:I love the Look, Feel, Style, and Shape of this Pistol.. I must say that although i own 7 Pistols, THIS ONE is My Favorite of them all.. One of the Best Features of this gsr is the GRIP.. (GSR) Stands for "GRANITE SERIES RAIL" It's also the HEAVIEST Pistol I Own... 1005 grams!
Things I would have changed:The ONLY thing i would change is the fact that the Trigger Pull is Slightly Stiff.. More like a "Pull" Motion, Rather than a "Squeeze" Motion...
What others should know:"Granite" refers to SigArms Home State of New Hampshire, and that State is also known as (The Granite State) and "Rail" refers to the Integral Rail on the Lower Receiver.. You can even field strip this Pistol By removing the "slide stop" To Remove the Metal Slide.. This Pistol also Has the Most Unique Magazine i have ever seen.. It has a Hollow Hole in the middle which allows you to change C02 Cartridge Much Faster! I also had this pistol Chrono at 426fps with .20g bb's! The WEIGHT is 1005g The LENGTH is 221 mm and the POWER is 1.4 Joules...
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Dileshu from USA on 2009-06-07 14:49:17Things I liked:The weight of the gun feels great/very real. It's also very accurate and hard hitting. Looks great!
Things I would have changed:Full metal would be nice, but this gun comes close to retaining the feel of a full-metal gun.
What others should know:The trigger is not perfectly smooth, but, with practice, it is a non-issue. The magazine does not drop-free when release is depressed but must be pulled out. The safety works - the gun will not fire when the safety is active, but if the trigger is pulled with the safety on, the bb will simply fall out the barrel.