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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: Gun looks authentic, looks like quality construction.
Things I would have changed: This gun has a heavy trigger pull compared to my Walther CP88 Comp. This might change over time with use. Wood grips should be made available.
What others should know: The first gun I ordered was returned the Pyramid. The gun would function in the double action mode but not in the single action mode. Pellet would not clear the loading wheel. Return Service was prompt. The second gun arrived and functioned properly. Would use Pyramid again!
Things I liked: The feel of this gun is very realistic. It shoots well also. When shooting this gun, it feels and acts like the .45 ACP Colt 1911, both in double and singles action modes. I give the "Accuracy" rating a 5 star because it has about the same accuracy as the original. The .45 ACP Colt 1911 was designed for "Close combat with high impact", (stopping power is it's strength not accuracy). So if you want to get better with your "real" .45 ACP Colt 1911, this is the perfect tool to use. At 15 feet I can hit the Center of the Ten Ring every time. At 50 feet the "Sight picture is different, (the front sight is "Higher" than the Rear Sight. It's that simple. The grouping is tight at close range, scattered at 50 feet, but still inside a half dollar.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: The .45 ACP Colt 1911 has no adjustment on the rear sight. To learn to shoot this pellet gun or the original 1911, properly, then you need to interpolate the correct Sight Picture to be accurate at different distances. If you are looking to hit the center of the "Ten ring" then buy a gun that is designed for Target practice, there are plenty of single shot target pistols to choose from. If you want "Accuracy" and 'Realism" then choose an 8" barrelled, Single action, Revolver. Also, for the Colt 1911 CO2 pistol, buy extra magazines and Ammo, because this gun is very fun to shoot. So Far I have had no jams, I am using H&N Sport 8.18 g pellets, 3000 rounds so far.
Things I liked: I had the opportunity to get out and test my new Colt 1911A1 pellet yesterday and couldn't get over it's accuracy right out of the box. It's a shame a pistol this accurate does not have an adjustable rear target sight option in place of the rear combat one. The Colt 1911 Combat Classic has one and is a BB pistol and over a $100 cheaper and not as accurate. Disappointed with the reasoning behind this.
Things I would have changed: Needs an adjustable rear Target sight as an option.
What others should know: Great single action trigger pull.
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Why is this gun so expensive compared to other 1911 pistols? I bought the commander for much less.
Different design and shoots pellets, read higher production cost due to lower production numbers, many of the others are the same except for branding so machining cost is essentially shared between brands of the same KWC pistol!
Is this blowback?
Does this pistol come in a case with at least two 8 shot clips like the CP88?
|Max Velocity||425 fps|