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List Price $99.99, Orig.Price $79.95 Save $7.00 (8%)
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If you like 1911 firearms but can't afford or find the ammo, get this CO2 BB pistol. The blowback adds another dimension of realism if you plan to use this CO2 gun to maintain firearm proficiency. Even better, ammo is cheap and available.
|Max Velocity||450 fps|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action only|
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Things I liked: Looks and feels authentic nice finish satin black with brown grips great color combo. A very nice 1911 Replica
Things I would have changed: I would change nothing.
What others should know: Well made piece, nice heft feels great, top shelve craftsmanship excellent copy Go Crosman GI 1911
Things I liked: Feels like the real thing, it has the weight. Have now gone through 10 CO2s and about 500 BBs and it is still performing well. Shooting in a cooled basement at about 68 - 70 *F. Have not tried this outside where its about 90 - 100 * F but would expect a longer lasting CO2 at higher temps. and also a faster BB.
Things I would have changed: I like the 20 BBs that the 'magazine' holds but it can be a pain to load, one at a time. And when releasing the spring if one does not press securely against the first BB it will be ejected. So I would like to see a system where one could pour in the BBs and release the spring without loosing a BB. Other than that this is a really good BB gun.
What others should know: This is a very realistic BB gun copy of the 1911... do not wave this around outside you, may get shot by the police! The slide does not always lock after shooting the last BB. And yes always add a drop of PellGun oil to the tip of the CO2 cartidge prior to loading it.
Things I liked: Realistic slide and metal feel, also has semi-realistic recoil to it.
Things I would have changed: Make it able to fire with hammer not just trigger pull.
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why would a 1911 BB pistol have a blow-back slide that does not cock the hammer and needs a double action trigger ? Are the designers at Crosman delibertly trying to send people over to a Daisy model 11..?,, because the Daisy actually works.
I'd recommend taking a look at the Tanforglio Witness or John Wayne 1911....actually there are a bunch that have proper single action only functionality with blow back
where can you get more co2 cylinder from
The bb's just roll right out of the magazine when I apply the spring pressure on my crosman GI model 1911 bb pistol. Any solution other than buying a new magazine? It probably has less than 100 rounds through it.
|Max Velocity||450 fps|