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Tangfolio 1911 CO2 Pistol Magazine
Fits the following CO2 blowback pistols:
Spare mags for your CO2 powered BB guns come in handy when you need to reload quickly. This full-metal spare magazine conveniently holds a 12g CO2 cartridge as well as 27 steel BBs.
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Things I liked: Greater capacity for more fun.
Things I would have changed: Nothing is perfect.
What others should know: I have no commenta.
Things I liked: Great accessory to the Tanfoglio Witness 1911! After using the extended magazine I haven't used the original for my plinking sessions.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing.
Things I liked: Holds more bb and can be used in my Swiss Arms and Tanfoglio. Easier to load than the regular clip, looks cool.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: My Tanfoglio and Swiss Arms MRP both shoot only 3 clips, 54 shots. Using this means I only reload once but be careful not to shoot too fast, the gun will get very slow quickly towards the end of the clip.
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Will this mag fit flush in my Colt Commander or how much of the mag can I expect to hang out?
Read by previous response about "extended" mag's.
How much does this magazine stick out from the bottom, it don't go all the way into the gun does it ?????? It has to stick out right, I like the idea but it all depends on how much it sticks out.
Doesn't anyone know the definition of "extended"??!! That means it protrudes out, as in opposite of fitting flushed. Compare where the CO2 bay ends on the standard mag's and where it ends on this one. I'd say it "sticks out" by a couple inches or so. Personally I don't mind extended mag's but find it doesn't look so good for single-columns, hence I wouldn't buy these. Besides, the standard mag's already hold way more than M-1911's are supposed to. I prefer loading to actual capacities, or at most to high-cap. levels (13rnds), and maintaining proficiency in mag. reloading than having a 'movie gun' with seemingly endless ammo. If you want high-cap. then it's best not to buy a .45, or any other single-columns, or compacts/sub-compacts...or even BB guns that are modeled after them! Not saying my way should be your way, but getting used to unrealistic capacities could put you in danger if/when you have to transition to the real thing. After all these are realistic training tools or low-cost practice for firearms - you're going after lifelike blowback and functionality, so why wouldn't you also mimic the capacity? Heck, here in Canaduh we're still stuck with 10rnd pistol mag. limitation, so we can't/shouldn't get used to shooting over that!