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|Max Velocity||325 fps|
|Trigger Pull||2.62 lbs|
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Things I liked: I won one of these at an NRA dinner last night. Fired it for the first time this evening. It is totally cool. The slide functions and cocks the hammer for the next discharge. Real weight and feel. I am delighted with this gun.
Things I liked: I just received the gun today, so cant comment on the performance, but I can tell you I am impressed in the quality of the gun. Feels good in your hands, like the real deal. The aging grow on after about a min of holding the gun. Love it.
Things I would have changed: not much with regards to build quality. Nicely done.
What others should know: Functions like the real deal.
Things I liked: Very realistic rendition of a M1911A1. The aged look is great. It has a very nice blowback action. It feels very substantial in the hand compared to the lighter plastic framed airguns. Trigger pull is very nice. Accuracy is about what you would expect from a lower power BB gun. Very well constructed and strips down quickly and easily.
Things I would have changed: Only thing I can think of is maybe get the velocity up to maybe 350-360 fps or so although the current velocity is adequate for what this gun is. But honestly this is an extremely well done replica and the only way it could be more realistic is if was actually using Colt parts.
What others should know: Operates very smoothly, get ~3 mags from a C02 cylinder. It's kind of a collectible but it's way too fun to shoot! The NRA thing for me isn't that big of a deal, I actually wanted the WWII Limited Edition model but it's long gone.
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I'm just curious if this gun is going to come with any little extras? Like the Colt 1911 WWII Commemorative Airsoft version did. That was really cool.
What's the trick in loading BBs. I have to place one at the top, then press it down with a small screw driver. Seems to take forever.
Just got mine today and the magazine on occasion wont go al the way up into the handle any idea on why? also does anyone know if the slide is removable and if so how to?
the slide is removable just just like on a real 1911. Its impressive you can field strip the whole gun. The mag has to be removed from the gun to remove the slide you just line the pin up and press it out from the other side. If your not sure watch a video on internet how to remove slide from 1911.
|Max Velocity||325 fps|