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Average Customer Review4.5 (9 reviews)
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Things I liked:Style,weight, blowback feature.
Things I would have changed:Accuracy
What others should know:If you oil the slide you'll get more shots per fill. Fun to shoot but not extremely accurate. Tangfolio has a good alternative.
Things I liked:The gun is very fun to shoot targets with. The blowback adds "some" realism to shooting. While not as loud or having the kick of a real gun.. It does add a level of coolness and fun .. Everything is metal except for the clip/magazine.
Things I would have changed:The grip safety is for looks only. This could be made active. The slide safety works but, is a little awkward.. But, this is not a reason not go get this gun. Changing the clip to metal.
What others should know:I would suggest getting at least a couple extra clips. They are relatively inexpensive from Pyramyd Air. I got 3 extra.. :)
Things I liked:The gun's distinctive nickel and black finish and constructed with mostly metal components. Efficient blowback slide action that allows it to fire 60+ shots at respectable velocity (350-420 fps). Precise cam action CO2 cartridge piercing mechanism that virtually eliminates CO2 leak-off during cartridge installation. Slide that locks back when the BB magazine has emptied. Light effort and short travel single action trigger. Inexpensive 15-shot drop out BB magazines. Capable of shooting tight 1.5" shot groupings at 20 ft range. Using magnetic retention of the BB in the top of the magazine seems to allow for smooth feed into the firing chamber compared to other methods Ive seen on removable magazine fed guns.
Things I would have changed:Not have so much differential height between the fixed front and rear sight. The rear is biased up so the gun wants to shoot about 2" high at 20 ft. Also the black-on-black front/rear sights are very hard to see; calls for some kind of bright color accent. An exposed machine screw just ahead of the rear sight is needed to fasten the slide down to the blowback cylinder. The screw is so conspicuous, something a little more elegant than a flat-head Phillips would be more in character with the overall look of the gun. The fill hole for the BB magazines seems a little too tight tolerance. Both magazines that I have will occasionally not let a BB drop in without hanging.
What others should know:There has been dissatisfaction voiced regarding the safety's button/flip action combo. I find however that it still can be successfully flipped off with a single finger resting over the locking button although the finger rib on the safety isn't playing the part it would be on the actual firearm. I am getting between 50-65 shots before there is no more CO2 vaporizing in the cartridge to maintain the pressure. Then there is only a few shots left before the blowback is not strong enough to cock the hammer. My Chrony testing showed that at an 80 degree CO2 cartridge temperature, the first 50 shots the gun were about 410-430 fps. If the cartridge temperature falls to 70 degrees, the velocity drops into the 350-360 fps range. With a CO2 cartridge temperature of 70 degrees or less throughout the cartridge life, you get an additional 10-15 shots before the blowback action isn't able to re-cock the hammer. So for warmer conditions expect 50-65 shots, cooler conditions 65-75 shots.
Compatible with Winchester Model 11K CO2 Blowback BB Pistol Kit