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Swiss Arms 941 CO2 pistol
Need to stay proficient with your firearm? The Swiss Arms BB gun supplies the feel and handling you'd get from a firearm without the costly ammo. Ideal for plinking and popping paper targets.
|Max Velocity||443 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
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Things I liked: Powerfull with the first clip, bbs go through a soda can inside a steel can! Tight fit.
Things I would have changed: The slide mounted safety should be reworked because when applied with loaded magazine and pulling the trigger bbs will fall out of the barrel and some will get stuck in the grip or frame. So basically when in safe mode the trigger still has a mechanical effect on the magazine. unlike the Beretta where the safety totally disengage the trigger mechanism. The good news is that you can take the slide off for cleaning or inspection.
What others should know: shoots a little high
Things I liked: price & power
Things I would have changed: more power
What others should know: Must be very carefull when seating allen cap , not too cross thread an damage cap!
Things I liked: Durable, weight, Metal slide and pretty high quality plastic frame, pretty accurate when you get use to the heavy trigger (8 shots, half inch grouping from 18 yds with no assits), good made magazine - being gentle enough when tightening with the allen key may give years of use, pretty unbelievable power in the first few shoots. Reliable and is high quality built.
Things I would have changed: Magazine release too hard, and as other moving barrel pistols it has heavy trigger (a little bit too much if you ask me), lasts nearly 30 powerful shots and then power drops, and after aprox. 60-70 shots it loses power significantly and becomes even less than sverange AEG airsoft. I would have done metal frame as well, although it is not critical and may become heavy. Shoots little too high and right generaly.
What others should know: If you get use to its heavy trigger, it might be pretty accurate pistol. Don't expect it to be extremely accurate because it wasn't made to be. It is not an olympic air rifle and is not supose to be at that class or even close. I agrre that there are more accurate pistols in the market. Overall, it shoots pretty consistently and accurate when you aim on the same spot (I tell you from experience as a past competitive shooter) if you know how to hold, aim, pull and correct it when it shoots little to high, right or left then it won't fale. So for summary, if you look for reliable, easy to use, durable, powerful, very high co2 consumer and good size and weight pistol in the budget, so I would recommend it. If you look for realistic, full metal, blowback, suposely more expensive and less powerful pistol with lighter trigger so buy something else.
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Is this pistol blowback and is it field stripable for cleaning
Does this gun have a rail under neat so you could put a laser or a flash light on it thanks
Yes, my SA941 has a rail under the muzzle for attaching accessories.
No there is no accessory underneath .
My daisy 415 is rated for 500 fps and can blast steel bb's straight thru Campbell's Soup cans...so can my Crosman GI model 1911BBb on a warm day, does the jerico 941/Swiss arms 941 have similar power? Has anyone done a chrony test? Does it blast steel bb's thru soup cans?
This gun shoots way past 480. Chinnature does the Chrony test on You Tube and gets an average of 480,,, They are the same gun, the Jericho doesn't have the weaver rail though ,,,
|Max Velocity||443 fps|