|Max Velocity||380 fps|
|Trigger Pull||9.38 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||70|
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Things I liked: The appearance and the way it feels in the hand is pretty close to the original T-33, though it has some parts not exactly where they should be and some pins ad holes that should not be there at all but this is ok. I do not know if there is currently shortage of light alloys in Taiwan but this batch of guns is significantly heavier that 620 gram (manufacturers specifications). My Gletcher? Blowback TT loaded with new CO2 cartridge and 18 BB's weights exactly 770 grams. That is 150 grams more than advertised and I actually like it. Id there was a rating just for appearance I would rate it 4 out of 5.
Things I would have changed: The way trigger breaks, the way the internal mechanism is functioning. Please see below in "Anything else" section. Unfortunately it is not big enough for me to share all my thoughts.
What others should know: Delete repeated wordIt could be that so big difference in weight is an indication that this is not a genuine Gletcher but some leftovers from other manufacturers like for example Crossman or some others, that are just labeled and sold as a Gletcher. Another fact that makes me feel this way is the guns functionality. From the user manual ... "Caution! Allowing double BBs into the barrel can damage the gun. Do not cock the slide more than once for shooting." That statement is completely misleading because the slide has nothing to do with advancing the BB into that barrel. In fact to start shooting you do not even need to touch the slide - all you need it to cock the hammer and the gun is ready to shoot. This is because the BB's gets advanced to the barrel when you pool the trigger. Pooling-releasing the trigger without breaking it is actually loaded BB's into that barrel and you may end up loading multiple BB's and then shooting them out at once. On BB always remains insight the gun.
Things I liked: This pistol seems like real Tokarev.
What others should know: Nice air pistol
Things I liked: looks realistic, blowback's powerful like real TT pistol. Reminds me old souvenir about the K54 Chinese and K14 Vietnamese versions of that TT.
Things I would have changed: The clip to take apart the gun would be working like on the real one. Grip would be in dark brown, hard plastic like on the Remington 1911 blowback.
What others should know: With a full co2 cartridge, for every 2-3 shots, the slide is locked back by the decocker after the blowback, I have unlock it to continue the shooting. When the co2 is half empty, its slide does not stay back when mag is empty. it's not easy to fill BB to the mag: Need to hold the spring down with one finger, and put BB one by one in from the top of the mag.
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|Max Velocity||380 fps|