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List Price $99.95, Orig.Price $59.99 Save $10.00 (16%)
|Max Velocity||397 fps|
|Trigger Pull||15.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Looks loke the real thing
What others should know: In the process of returning this product. Trigger mechanism is defective. Looks damn mean though.
Things I liked: heavy and solid feel when shooting no shaky parts inspite it not having blowback feature fun to shoot packs a punch.
Things I would have changed: adjust the internal hop up system if you can for a little more accuracy and make trigger more smooth .
What others should know: use it for fun and dont be a moron and brandish this in public .
Things I liked: Metal slide & weighty feel. The grip is just like that of a Sig grip. Ejection port cutout looks nice.
Things I would have changed: Clip kept falling out of gun! The clip release has a little screw on the opposite side which I tightened and it seemed to "help", but the screw was such a low grade plastic it pretty much stripped the head with any force of turn! Blowback would always be nice & adjustable rear sight would help a little. :)
What others should know: As said above about the clip falling out of the gun... the only real negative I have about it... However, it was negative enough to return it after only a clip & a half (not even a full cartridge). A shame how one little thing can really ruin a gun .. ... . :(
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Duz this have blowback
No blow-back, non-working slide, slide release and non-functional external hammer? KWC makes some excellent replica CO2 semi-automatics. Why would someone buy this rather than spend a little more for the Tanfoglio Witness or the Blackwater R2?
I just want this because it is a Sig. And I do not own any 1911 styled airguns from before. I love my Sig P226 X-Five and Tanfoglio Limited Custom by KWC - they are fricken awesome airguns. This one is just a bit cheaper, still mostly metal construction and has got a higher muzzle velocity. Own many other blowback airpistols, so this would mostly be bought just for the fun of it all. :)
Because the tanfoglio has lower power than a Daisy red Ryder! What'sthe use of a realistic baddass looking air pistol that barely hits 300 fps??? That's why I would rather spend less money for this Sig Sauer GSR 1911...at least it has a muzzle velocity around 400 fps!
Because some people are cash strapped and want something simple to have fun with.
|Max Velocity||397 fps|