To attach a fake silencer or compensator, insert tool into the muzzle​ and turn left to unscrew and remove the muzzle protector. Screw in your fake silencer or compensator. If you remove the fake silencer or compensator, reattach the muzzle protector to prevent dirt from entering the threads.
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Things I liked: Looks. Weight, nice report when fired and like slide recoil. Rear sight is adjustable for wind age.
Things I would have changed: Threaded fake silencer should be a barrel extension and not a hollow tube. This would aid accuracy.
What others should know: The front sight is so tall, it shoots very low even at 20 feet. With 220 black sandpaper Around a flat file, I reduced the height by one half. Then put a dot of white paint on it to improve the sight picture. The slide will lock to the rear when empty only now and then. Haven't figured that one out yet. It maybe a weak spring that moves the slide lock upward. Then as others have noted the empty co2 powerlet does not come out of the grip easily. I use a small magnet to help it out. Some other suggestions are tie a string or ribbon to it.
Things I liked: Unfortunately the fake slencer does not work with the model shown as the model shown DOES NOT HAVE A THREADED BARREL. The box that was sent showed the upgraded model WHICH IS THREADED but the lower end model...shown in this picture - was in the box. YES...they did refund the ENTIRE purchase price and shipping and also paid for all return shipping. Still....very disappointed.
Things I would have changed: Pyramyd Air should remove this ad and replace it with the model that has the threaded barrel to accept the fake silencer.
What others should know: See Above
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I found a video on you tube that shows the rear sight is adjustable on the STI Duty One 1911 co2 bb pistol. It that true? And is the fake silencer actually a barrel extension and does it add to accuracy?
I have a Duty1 and I have found that bb's are accumulating behind the trigger. I need instructions to field strip it so I can remove the bb's and clean it, and I have looked all over youtube and googled thei dickens out of it with no luck. I have been told that it field strips like a standard 45 cal 1911, but that doesn't appear to be so. The slide release will not come out. I know there has to be instructions somewhere, but where? Please help, where can I find them?
You would want to contact ASG at 805-522-7707 for assistance.
Sir, I would recommend calling ASG at 805-529-7707
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