Date: 21/10/2018 3:1
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Customers Q&A on Remington 1911 RAC CO2 BB Pistol

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  • Dwayne from USA asked:

    Second question: Can the 1911 RAC fire pellets?

    • Tyler from USA:

      No, BBs only

  • Dwayne from USA asked:

    First of 2 questions: Can 1911 grips be used with modification (via Dremmel/router) to the "grip soul" you mentioned?

    • Dwayne from USA:

      Actually, I just saw a Yoitube vid that answers my question. The answer is YES!!!

  • Huzaifah from South Africa asked:

    Can my Remington 1911 tactical take non-threaded co2 & what's the difference with threaded & non-threaded

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes. 12 gram CO2 cartridges are not threaded. at least none used for airguns here in the US

  • Vaughn from USA asked:

    What is the warranty on this gun (refurb)?

    • Dennis from USA:

      It says 90 days

    • Peg Leg Keity from USA:

      I believe it's 30 days ??? Contact Pyramyd Air via the "Contact Us" page at the bottom,,,

  • Jeremy from USA asked:

    I purchased this airgun a few day ago, It has worked great. The only problem is recently (within a few hours) the pistol has stopped allowing you to half-cock the hammer. I was just wondering if this could be an easy fix. I've lubricated it, and it still won't allow you half-cock the hammer.

    • Peg Leg Keity from USA:

      It does not "Half Cock", only Full cock.

  • ed from Canada asked:

    does RAC mean Royal Armoured Corps?

    • Pierre from Canada asked:

      metal ?

      • Val from USA:

        yes

    • John from USA asked:

      Can not get the co2 to stop leaking,should there be a o-ring by the co2 valve in the magazine. How many rounds sound you from the co2?

      • micheljgaudet from USA:

        You should get AROUND three mags per CO2, less if you rapid fire. Regarding a leaky mag, that is usually MUCH easier to fix than the seal/O-ring in most guns_ sometimes easy, sometimes a real pain. But you should not have ANY leaks in the mag. that came with the pistol. Just call PA and let 'em know. They have treated me GREAT regarding defective items. Oh, and OF COURSE there is the O-ring in the mag, right where the tip of the CO2 bulb goes.

    • alfred from USA asked:

      Can I use lead BB's

    • alfred from USA asked:

      What about lead BB's in this?

      • Stanley from USA:

        Yes .

    • jairaj from India asked:

      Are these pistol full metal

      • Val from USA:

        yes

    • Aaron from USA asked:

      Are these grips wood or plastic? If they are plastic, will actual 1911 wood grips fit?

      • David from USA:

        1911 grips will NOT fit. Screw spacing is same but grip soul have to be hollowed out to make space for Co2 cartridge.

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        Plastic. Yes.

    • Brian from USA asked:

      Is the rear sight drift adjustable or cast as one piece with the slide?

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        It's one piece with the slide.

    • bruce from USA asked:

      Who makes this pistol

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        Taiwan.

    • Clifford from USA asked:

      What mag/clip for extras? After 2 or 3 months - surprised so few reviews .......

    • Clifford from USA asked:

      What magazine for replacement/extra?

    • Brian from USA asked:

      How violent is the blowback recoil compared to other 1911 BB replicas? I want this as a firearm trainer.

      • Val from USA:

        We have not received the guns in quite yet, but if it's like other replicas we carry it's pretty strong. Give us a few weeks...

    • Brian from USA asked:

      Is this single action?

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        Yes.

    • donald from USA asked:

      Is this an all metal slide and frame? does Pyaramid Air sell extra mags for this gun??

      • Val from USA:

        Yes, the frame is all metal. We will have replacement mags, but waiting for the product to come in stock to confirm which ones work with this particular replica.

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