90-day limited warranty
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Read more about the Remington 1911 RAC BB Pistol in Dennis Adler's Airgun Experience Blog.
Lots of realism! Remington Arms makes several 1911 firearms, so they know a thing or two about what shooters want in this classic pistol design. No matter what your reason for buying this gun, you're going to enjoy shooting it for hours on end.
Whether you're looking for a fun BB gun to shoot on your home range or need a pistol to help you stay proficient with your firearm, the Remington 1911 RAC is the one to get.
BBs are less than a penny a round. Compare that to what live ammo costs. Add the benefits of not having to go to a range, and you're way ahead of the game.
When shooting a BB gun, everyone in the vicinity should wear safety glasses. Never shoot at hard objects. Steel BBs easily ricochet, so everyone in the area must wear safety glasses. Remember to remove all pets before commencing to shoot.
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Things I liked: Fit Finish and quality. Side by Side my Remi 1911 RAC looks and feels the same to my Remi R1. Love this gun. Function is awesome. Have passed 2k rnds thru it. Enough power for me pinking in the backyard My RAC l I treat my RAC like my R1 to a degree. Like being able to field strip and bore clean. I really like the blow-back feel. Trigger pull is spot on. I like the fact RyramydAir sells this piece for a nice price along with their wonderful technical articles. Thanks PyramydAir.
Things I would have changed: Not have all that IDIOT labeling on the side. Looks ugly. Understand the litigation requirements however it still looks horrid. White Dot or luminous sites like on my BeeMan P-17 would be fun. The ultimate would be a tight twist rifled barrel.
What others should know: Use Hornady Black Diamond pellets for the most accurate experience. Use Umarex High Grade Co2's for the best protection of your o-rings. Use RWS oil, a drop on the top of each CO'2 load up for long o-ring life. Do not shoot this piece in winter or cold temps. Do a field strip and lube every 500 rnds.
Things I liked: Feels great in my hand, Good heft and balance, Looks like an actual 1911. The slide is a functioning blow back feature with each shot. Trigger pull is good.
Things I would have changed: Unfortunately, the gas O ring gave up upon inserting the forth air cartridge. My attempts to correct the problem failed. Of course, this transpired after the expiration of the warranty. So now I own a nice looking paperweight!
What others should know: The O ring design is inferior. Too bad, I enjoyed shooting this pistol for the short time it functioned.
Things I liked: Pretty cool, but not 100% accurate function.... The real gun has a 'half-cock' position so you can let the hammer down w/o it resting on firing pin, not here. And the thumb safety is WAY WAY too easy to flip off, possibly inadvertently while holstering or pulling out. I've fired two mags, and had four stoppages so far (Remington 'Gold' steel BBs), all after installing the magazine & flipping the slide release, first & second times I put the magazine in. The slide wouldn't stay open when no magazine was present while clearing the apparent double feeds.
Things I would have changed: Fix the above..... I'm wondering if the warranty is one year, as I read BEFORE purchase, or thirty days, as I see displayed now! It's a little expensive, if I ad another $100 I could have another real .380 ACP.... The Remington BB container came open enroute, they should tape the lid in the closed position. Digging thousands of BBs out of the creases of the box was no fun...
What others should know: I still like it, it's fairly accurate at ten yards, five hits in a five inch circle out of first 16 shots (two BBs hit the ground while clearing initial stoppage. It kicks nicely. The ricochet sounds off my plywood board are cool... People say it's hard to load BBs into the magazine, I had no problem, takes less than a minute to get 18 BBs into a magazine. L
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Can my Remington 1911 tactical take non-threaded co2 & what's the difference with threaded & non-threaded
What is the warranty on this gun (refurb)?
It says 90 days
I believe it's 30 days ??? Contact Pyramyd Air via the "Contact Us" page at the bottom,,,
I purchased this airgun a few day ago, It has worked great. The only problem is recently (within a few hours) the pistol has stopped allowing you to half-cock the hammer. I was just wondering if this could be an easy fix. I've lubricated it, and it still won't allow you half-cock the hammer.
It does not "Half Cock", only Full cock.
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