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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

Accuracy:5.0

By JAMES from USA on 2015-10-10 23:10:11

Things I liked: the light weight, the accuracy, the feel in the hand, the nicely made fixed sights.

Things I would have changed: the trigger release, but I got used to it quickly so not a problem now, at first with such a light weight gun it wanted to jump slightly off a targeted spot when the trigger broke but it's either worked in or I have learned to keep it from happening, I normally shoot heavier air pistols so this featherweight did take some getting used to, I love how I can wear it about light as a feather in a nylon holster I dug out of the closet.

What others should know: I really like the way the magazines are made, nice heavy strong steel and so easy to load with the automatic hold back catch of the feed spring plunger and the way the BB's just drop into a funnel shaped hole, it was a little weird to see the BB's positioned zig zag style when under spring pressure but they work perfectly so it's a good system, if you take the magazine out to double check how many are left the one that was ready to shoot next comes dropping out of the magazine well so I learned to just keep an accurate shot count in my head, the fake silencer does seem to offer a bit of noise moderation the way it is designed just use a "gently firm" touch when screwing snug or you can make it pop and skip a thread which I am sure isn't good for it but no thread damage was seen when this happened to me, now I am careful when checking if it is snug, the CO2 is remarkably easy to load and change out, on a fresh Co2 after 14 shots and a long rest it did 483 fps, I really love my gun.

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Overall rating:1.0

Value for money:1.0

Accuracy:2.0

By Theophile from USA on 2017-12-22 11:22:21

Things I liked: Thought the extra FPS of this 3.5" longer barreled C11 CO2 Tactical BB pistol would be great, but too many disappointments to keep it.

Things I would have changed: Shooting quality Umarex precision steel 5.1g BB's, the best velocities I could get were around 405 fps, Not the Rated 550 fps. Other issues were the fake suppressor was not concentric with the barrel as the barrel was touching the ID of the unit. I found the grip's sliding sleeve (to access the CO2 cartridge holder) had no stopping point, as it would slid off the plastic rail notches when opening. The included quad-rail and class II laser units felt very toy-plastic-like, with the laser adjustment being very erratic and inconsistent. The 19-round magazine is thin stamped steel and had trouble consistently loading BB's in the breech. Accuracy was also very inconsistent with inability to place shots close to the POI. The quad rail extremely limits sight picture ability as it only provides a very narrow window to align the laser with the POI! Overall, IMHO this tactical pistol has the feel, looks, heft and cheapness of a play toy, not a solid BB pistol!

What others should know: Returned the same day of purchase...may try the C11 and see if it has the a better pedigree than this TAC-C11!?

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    By Theophile from USA on 2017-12-22
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    Things I liked: Thought the extra FPS of this 3.5" longer barreled C11 CO2 Tactical BB pistol would be great, but too many disappointments to keep it.

    Things I would have changed: Shooting quality Umarex precision steel 5.1g BB's, the best velocities I could get were around 405 fps, Not the Rated 550 fps. Other issues were the fake suppressor was not concentric with the barrel as the barrel was touching the ID of the unit. I found the grip's sliding sleeve (to access the CO2 cartridge holder) had no stopping point, as it would slid off the plastic rail notches when opening. The included quad-rail and class II laser units felt very toy-plastic-like, with the laser adjustment being very erratic and inconsistent. The 19-round magazine is thin stamped steel and had trouble consistently loading BB's in the breech. Accuracy was also very inconsistent with inability to place shots close to the POI. The quad rail extremely limits sight picture ability as it only provides a very narrow window to align the laser with the POI! Overall, IMHO this tactical pistol has the feel, looks, heft and cheapness of a play toy, not a solid BB pistol!

    What others should know: Returned the same day of purchase...may try the C11 and see if it has the a better pedigree than this TAC-C11!?

     
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    By Richard from USA on 2016-01-17
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    Things I liked: If you get rid of the laser it is actually pretty accurate and hits pretty hard.

    Things I would have changed: The magazine is temperamental when inserting it into the gun. Sometimes it releases the BBs to soon and jams in the gun. You then have to take the screws out of the handle to release it and get the BBs out.

    What others should know: For the money its a decent like gun that shoots pretty hard. The laser and silencer look cool but do nothing. The laser has very little adjustability and is worthless for shooting.

     
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    By JAMES from USA on 2015-10-10
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    Things I liked: the light weight, the accuracy, the feel in the hand, the nicely made fixed sights.

    Things I would have changed: the trigger release, but I got used to it quickly so not a problem now, at first with such a light weight gun it wanted to jump slightly off a targeted spot when the trigger broke but it's either worked in or I have learned to keep it from happening, I normally shoot heavier air pistols so this featherweight did take some getting used to, I love how I can wear it about light as a feather in a nylon holster I dug out of the closet.

    What others should know: I really like the way the magazines are made, nice heavy strong steel and so easy to load with the automatic hold back catch of the feed spring plunger and the way the BB's just drop into a funnel shaped hole, it was a little weird to see the BB's positioned zig zag style when under spring pressure but they work perfectly so it's a good system, if you take the magazine out to double check how many are left the one that was ready to shoot next comes dropping out of the magazine well so I learned to just keep an accurate shot count in my head, the fake silencer does seem to offer a bit of noise moderation the way it is designed just use a "gently firm" touch when screwing snug or you can make it pop and skip a thread which I am sure isn't good for it but no thread damage was seen when this happened to me, now I am careful when checking if it is snug, the CO2 is remarkably easy to load and change out, on a fresh Co2 after 14 shots and a long rest it did 483 fps, I really love my gun.

     
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    By Gregory from USA on 2015-09-26
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    Things I liked: It looks cool, came with laser sight, longer barrel and "tactical".

    Things I would have changed: The laser sight is not accurate unless you spend the time to try to adjust the Allen screws on the mount, but even then it is very limited in adjustability and accuracy. Basically a $40-$50 gun with the added laser that is not accurate.

    What others should know: I shot 20 rounds at 10-15 yards with the laser sight and didn't hit the paper once! I then shot 20 rounds again at 10-15 yards but using the front and rear sights; 16 of 20 hit as 4 jammed. All in all, it is what it is; a cheap CO2 BB air pistol. I will use it for fun shooting target with my wife.

     
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