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|Max Velocity||425 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: Fit and finish, weight and feel, craftsmanship, a very authentic replica air pistol
Things I would have changed: Nothing I can think of
What others should know: If you are into replica air pistols, this model belongs in your collection!
Things I liked: Feel, look are good. Pellet magazine is clever, nice it includes 2.
Things I would have changed: Trigger is sooo long and heavy it is not realistic and effects accuracy.
Things I liked: Beautiful gun, feels like the real thing. Umarex high end guns are all high quality and built to last. A lot of fun to shoot and very accurate.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing. The dual safety takes a bit of getting used to but its a characteristic of the original 1911 and makes the gun authentic. A must for collectors of famous hand guns!
What others should know: I love Umarex high end guns and am working on owning them all. Pyramid has been an excellent company to deal with. Had some issues with web site ordering (user error).. Ruth helped me place order and was great to deal with. I ordered two guns with one order and only one shipped. I was nervous about Pyramids response but called Ruth again and it was shipped no questions asked. Great customer service!
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Is it possible to fit a laser to the trigger-guard of this gun?
Two questions in one, but related and a single answer is worthless without both answers. First, what was the ambient temperature of the air, or CO2 powerlet when the "425" fps was fired, and Secondly, what was the mass, in grains of the pellet that shot out the muzzle at the "425" fps. I'm sure the weight of the pellet was between a 4.2 grain alloy pellet and a 20 grain H&N Pile-driver lead pellet. The 4.2 gr would give a Ke of 1.685 fpe, and the 20 gr would give a ke of 8.0234 fpe. I would like to buy two because they're small.
Is there a Lothar Walther barrel available for this pistol?
No that I have seen
|Max Velocity||425 fps|