30-day limited warranty
List Price $49.95, Orig.Price $44.95 Save $15.00 (33%)
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Things I liked: good design
Things I would have changed: change oring rubber gaskets to silicone gaskets
What others should know: if they leak air remove and soak in pellgun oil for several days
Things I liked: finish is nice, but darker than original. Eh... It's heavy enough to balance the big pistol when shooting.
Things I would have changed: There is a couple of materials design problems. (It has a very soft brass cartridge-piercing nipple). No matter how careful you are, It doesn't take long for CO2 to start leaking because the nipple rounds over permanently. I have tuned 2. The other is defect is the materials used for the screw Cap that holds the cartridge in. Cheap plastic, with an even cheaper stamped metal hex-insert that really doesn't fit any wrench one has. Again, I have ruined 2. This is an expensive magazine. built like a tank, except for these two things,band really take away from an otherwise awesome airgun.
What others should know: As this is the only available magazine for this Tanfoglio family of air pistols, you really have no choice here. I am glad that Pyramid air bought the price down a little. You definitely need at least 2.
Things I liked: The co2 is in the clip if something goes wrong it is less expensive to fix
Things I would have changed: nothing
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Hi, I have screwed the plastic Co2 cartridge cap a little to hard and it cracked into the magazine loosing the metal piece inside it. Now when I turn the wrench it only turn the metal piece inside the plastic... I have tried to lubricate the screw so it slide more easily but nothing moves. Does someone have an idea on how I could get it out without breaking my hole magazine ? Thanks in advance !
I would recommend replacing the magazine
Is there any good way to hold the mag spring down other than fingernails?
I have seen some folks use allen keys or screw driver heads to depress and hold the spring but that does run the risk of scratching the mag.