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Things I liked: Looks great! A very nice looking airsoft pistol. The trademarking is excellent. Feels pretty good in the hand. Comfortable to hold. The action is smooth and predictable. The blowback is satisfying. Grip safety is clever and works well. Not a bad price.
Things I would have changed: Seems to be made from a soft alloy type of pot metal. I think durability may be a concern here. I fear the slide will break with repeated use.
What others should know: Metal on this gun appears cheap. I still recommend this purchase, because on a whole, it does look amazing. Probably a good piece for collectability and not playability!
Things I liked: Everything. Feel, Balance, Finish, Accuracy. Great Pistol !
Things I would have changed: Better retention for the o-ring on the bottom of the magazine for re-fill of gas. When it gets very cold durring heavy use & multiple propane gas re-fills, it will fall out. Still works, but with a little more gas loss during re-fill. As the Caspian Baby has a threaded barrel, I would like a thread protector for it.
What others should know: Absolutely fantastic pistol. Great feel. I have 3 real Pistols (Full Size H&K USP Tactical .45, Full Size HK .45, & a Sub Compact H&K P2000SK in .357) and I will tell you that this Gas pistol is very realistic. It's been a while since I shot a .22, but probable about the same kick. Very accurate. As much or more fun to shoot than real thing. Easier to shoot as the slide racks much easier than real pistol (softer spring) & you can peg the heck out of your Son (I bought it for my Son). He wanted to have a skirmish and let me have the Caspian first. After about 5 minutes he was on our front porch hiding behind a wooden chair. I am a pretty decent shot anyway, so I broke the "don't shoot toward the house" rule (it's Brick anyway [I would not recomend shooting near siding unless you like holes in it]). I was about 50 feet away and well, he wont hide there any more. TSD WE has made a great pistol. It would take one heck of a demo to get me to buy anything other than TSD WE in a pistol. PS: You need to keep the mags warm to get a full 24 rounds out of one charge if you're continuously recharging with Propane.
Things I liked: I have had this pistol for a couple of weeks now and it is too good to not to write a review about. Blowback is awesome and this pistol almost functions exactly like the real 1911. Magazines hold the gas (I use propane because it is cheaper) really well. My gun did not have a plastic tip but a threaded metal one, so now I guess that I need to buy a "silencer" for it. Shooting this thing is almost as fun as shooting the real 1911 if not more fun.
Things I would have changed: Some parts on this gun are a little loose, which I guess could be a good or bad thing. The pin that holds the slide to the grip comes out pretty easily, but this makes it easier to field strip without any tools. When you pick up the gun and move around with it rattles a little, but no big deal. I would also make the hop-up stick a little more because after a while of shooting, it will work its way back down. One last thing is that the grip safety is not that great. If you do not have the grip safety depressed, you can still pretty easily pull to trigger.
What others should know: The grip of the gun is actually a hard, maybe abs, plastic. It feels sturdy, but metal might have been nicer to have more weight in the back. Another that I have noticed is that propane will not work well in cold temperatures, and the gun will not fire all the rounds in the mag or the slide will not lock back if it is really cold. But I have only had this problem when I was out in the cold after 2 or 3 hours. Another thing is that I thought the tip on the end of the barrel would be plastic, but mine was threaded metal which I thought I should mention again. If you are looking at this gun I highly recomend it.
How the hell do you load gas into this thing? No instructions came with the purchase, so, I need help. Thanks.
|Max Velocity||300 fps|