To attach a fake silencer or compensator, insert tool into the muzzle​ and turn left to unscrew and remove the muzzle protector. Screw in your fake silencer or compensator. If you remove the fake silencer or compensator, reattach the muzzle protector to prevent dirt from entering the threads.
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|Max Velocity||350 fps|
|Max Shots per Fill||120|
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Things I liked: This is my first blowback co2 pistol and I am very impressed. The first 10 shots or so are really snappy and a bit louder than the rest. I liked it so much I got one for my son and we regularly have shooting contests so when I got mine he wanted it. Nice saving some money with the kit! Thanks PA
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I get about 100 shots per CO2. It stops blowing back after that and when I pull the trigger BB's will sit in the barrel until you point it down and they roll out. Just change the CO2 and you are back in business!
Things I liked: The look, weight, realism, and feel of this gun are admittedly terrific. The CO2 seal didn't leak a drop during the time I had the cartridge installed. I got such a 007-like rush when I attached the silencer. The blowback was cool because it added a significant recoil. Seemed incredibly powerful and accurate though I didn't get through one full clip before I decided to send it back...
Things I would have changed: Lots. The biggest issue that I had is with the muzzle of the gun. It's about 3 or 4 degrees off-center, which is insanely obvious with the attached mock-silencer. I first thought it was the barrel, but when I fired a round, the bb hit the inside of the silencer with every shot. Which means the bbs are firing "straight" relative to the gun, so it must be the muzzle...? Secondly, the slide disengages the safety when it is pulled back. That may seem intuitive, but it does it in such a way that you can tell it's not supposed to happen. Furthermore, the safety switch eventually just fell right out. So upset at this. Every second or third shot, the slide would "blow[-a-little-too-far-]back" and get jammed in the "empty mag" position, even though I was only mid-clip.
What others should know: Don't buy this gun if you are going for a 'cool' factor or functionality. Face it, you buy a replica bb gun with a 'functional' slide so that you can mimic the action of cocking the gun; a mock-silencer so it can look cooler while shooting. But the slide is so sensitive, that you'll never feel comfortable meddling with it; touching it, even. And the silencer is as useless as a white crayon - not because it doesn't "silence" the gun, but because you cannot even shoot a bb while it's attached. Also, the gun is a lot smaller than it appears in the pictures. My hands are definitely average-sized and the width of my fingers combined pushes my pinky-finger past the butt of the grip. That was frustrating for me.
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What material is it made of?
Does the slide load bb in chamber or is it just decorative?
Yes it does operate not decorative .
He can shot pullets?
No, only BB's
No, bb's only.
|Max Velocity||350 fps|