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|Max Velocity||312 fps|
Things I liked: Wow what a nice gun looks and feels good in your hand l like the double safety the one thing that is a little tough is loading the magazine but with time you'll find ways to make it easier.
Things I would have changed: The loading of the magazine.
Things I liked: I waited two mouths be for I got this gun waited to long wow what a nice gun can't beat the accuracy and for being a blow back it's good on co2 very nice feel to it .
Things I would have changed: the magazine is something to get used to but I read the reviews and got the hang to it
What others should know: the magazines are to much money go down on the price I hope
Things I liked: Wonderful gun. I'm shooting mostly blowback bb guns now. I started and found I like them. This one for me is second only to my Colt Commander. Great feel, great performance and accurate. As I usually note this is a smooth bore bb gun but it's still very accurate. I shoot indoors at about 10 to 15 feet. This will hold your shots to a descent group.
Things I would have changed: Very little.
What others should know: Excellent pistol.
I'd like to buy this gun and customize it by polishing either the slide or lower receiver and maybe polishing or painting some parts also. Is the white lettering on the gun painted on or etched into the metal. Obviously if it's etched that would make it hard to remove.
Can anybody give me a good measurement of the distance between the 2 screw holes on the grips? I wanna put real 1911 grips on it. I know its possible with alittle modification because of the co2 sticks out alittle. But I dont want to mess with the holes for the new grips. In inches please:)
So far there hasn't been a 1911 with a dropout Co2/BB combo mag that I haven't been able to put "real" grips on. I've had a LOT of luck with a two piece deal. I get a Pierce insert with finger grooves, and then slap Hogue rubber traditional 1911 panels over that. The feel in the hand is incredible and it looks quite impressive. I don't see any reason why this gun should be different than the Colt Commander, Tanfoglio Witness, and Gletcher CLT 1911 I own.
Could anyone comment on the difference in FELT trigger pull between the Witness 1911, the Blackwater BW1911 R2, and the Tanfoglio Limited Custom 1911, all in Co2, BB with blowback? i need a gun for practice and proficiency, so I am looking for a realistic and good "shooter".
I own the Tanfoglio Witness, the Colt Commander, and had the Limited Custom. I say "had" because it died on me about 2 minutes after the warranty expired. As far as trigger pull goes, the witness and the commander are nearly equal to one another, better in my opinion than the Limited Custom (what a disappointment that gun was). However, having said that, my money, hands down with no hesitation, goes to the Commander. The trigger pull is so near the 1911 I had in the military that any difference isn't worth the time to type about it. It's accurate, powerful enough to make shooting it fun, has a decent blowback, and looks good. I changed the stock plastic panel grips to a pierce finger groove insert with hogue rubber panels to maintain the look of the original grips while adding finger grooves. The gun is so comfortable I find I sometimes carry it around the house just to carry it, lol. The singular drawback to the commander over the Blackwater is the lack of any type of rail. If you truly don't need to mount a laser or a light to the gun, then get the Commander.
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