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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: Well this gun appears to need a little time to war in, so don't be too hasty to judge. Mine took a bit of patience and shooting, and also finding the right pellet (it's picky about those) but now it's a monster. I finally invested in a Chrono and the first 8 shots using H&N Terminator pellets on a fresh co2 charge are as follows (ambient temp 81 deg): 1 - 469fps 2 - 459fps 3 - 454fps 4 - 448fps 5 - 440fps 6 - 433fps 7 - 433fps (dup) 8 - the advertised maximum of 425fps. This test was done single-action with only about 5s between shots. Let the co2 warm back up and power jumps right back to well above spec for another 10-15 shots before co2 loss causes the speeds to drop steadily from that point. The Terminator is a 7.25 grain lead "hollowpoint" pellet that is of the usual H&N quality but otherwise nothing special. No light alloys used or anything like that. I usually get 50-60 usable shots per charge.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. This gun is collection quality, shoots accurately and is powerful. The design is ingenious, plus it looks and feels identical to it's big brother and inspiration right down to dual working safeties. I don't care for blowback in an airgun, all it does is cost fps. I am thrilled that this does not have it.
What others should know: Buy one. My experience tells me you won't regret it. This gun is right up there with the best firearm handguns in terms of build quality imo.
Things I liked: Great gun, very accurate. Full metal design with real pistol weight, feel and looks
Things I would have changed: wish it was like the gas blow back BB version for full realism however you'd probably waste a lot of energy (fps).
What others should know: when you receive this item, make sure to tighten your rear sight as mine arrived loose and i didn't notice until i wasn't hitting the target anymore. 2, 8 round magazines are included as well as a case and small multi-tool for making adjustments.
Things I liked: the look and feel like a real 1911 works the same weight
Things I would have changed: what is the best CO2 for this 1911
What others should know: i could use some co2 oil and extra wad cutters ammo please irvin
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My wife bought this pistol for me. I really enjoy it but, recently, the satety lever has been sticking. I cannot move it unless I use something to push the little metal plunger. Has anyone had this problem? What is the fix?
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.
|Max Velocity||425 fps|