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Tanfoglio Limited Custom CO2 Pistol

Tanfoglio Limited Custom CO2 Pistol

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PY-3238-6267

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  • Tanfoglio Limited Custom pistol
  • Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • Semiauto
  • 20rd BB magazine
  • Single-action only
  • Blowback
  • Manual safety
  • Fixed front sight
  • Fully adjustable rear sight
  • Functional slide
  • Full metal
  • Textured backstrap and grip front
  • Includes steel BBs, hex wrench, extra CO2 cartridge cap* and owner's manual

*The CO2 cartridge cap connects with the bottom of the CO2 cartridge (which is in the magazine) and is used to screw in the cartridge so it's properly pierced. The gun comes with 2 of these caps.

The box states that this gun comes with Hop-Up (spin), but it does not.

The owner's manual may state that this gun is double-action and single-action. That is incorrect. It's single-action only.

Our tech department tested the gun and got 320 fps. Warmer ambient temperatures may increase velocity. Likewise, cooler ambient temperatures may cause the velocity to drop.

If you use CO2 pistols to maintain firearm proficiency, you'll want to get this pistol. The Tanfoglio Limited Custom CO2 BB pistol is a great clone of the firearm, which was originally introduced in 1997 in 9mm. With a functioning slide and recoil, you're going to save a bundle shooting this instead of the firearm. Plus, you can shoot in your home or backyard.

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity320 fps
Loudness4-Medium-High
Barrel Length4.0"
Overall Length8.43"
Shot Capacity20
BarrelSmooth bore
Front SightBlade
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
ScopeableNo
ButtplateNone
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
ActionSemiautomatic
SafetyManual
PowerplantCO2
FunctionRepeater
Trigger ActionSingle-Action
BlowbackYes
MaterialFull metal
Body TypePistol
Fixed/adj. powerFixed
Weight2.67 lbs

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By marc from USA on 2017-09-07
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Things I liked: functions like a genuine blowback pistol

Things I would have changed: not sure

What others should know: gun is fast and fun. only bad part is limited accuracy. like all blowbacks it eats up co2 powerlets fast. maybe 60 shots.

 

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By Luis from USA on 2017-06-07
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Things I liked: Nice looking gun "feels" it's good quality. Shoots reasonably well.

Things I would have changed: Fix the defective design causing the safety levers to break and fall off. Other customers are experiencing the same problem. Hope Pyramydair will honor replacing the gun, otherwise, this will be my last purchase from them. Yes, the safety on mine also broke. It's made of metal so it must be cheap metal for it to break just while cocking the gun. The pistol is adult owned and it hasn't been dropped or mistreated at all. I wish I could upload pics to show there's no damage at all except for that dumb safety thing breaking. I hope they acknowledge and fix this issue on the newer guns :(

What others should know: Fix the defective design causing the safety levers to break and fall off. Other customers are experiencing the same problem. Hope Pyramydair will honor replacing the gun, otherwise, this will be my last purchase from them

 

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By Keith from USA on 2017-04-18
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Things I liked: Really light trigger with a very short travel - maybe only about 1/4-3/8". Fully adjustable rear sight with good sight picture. Good weight and balance. Very tight slide and strong blow back. Velocity remains high with little drop off until last few shots in cartridge. Extraordinarily accurate for a blow back pistol shooting bbs. An absolute joy to shoot.

Things I would have changed: Not much. I never thought there was such a thing as too light a trigger but I sometimes fire it prematurely when sighting in. There is not really a wall at the break which I prefer for shooting paper - I almost have to keep my finger off the trigger until ready to fire. The trigger is very light, short, and smooth so it is still manageable for tight groups. For shooting cans, spent CO2 cartridges and other objects rapid fire, the trigger is perfect.

What others should know: It is not as economical with CO2 as many other blow back pistols, but it is worth it. It is much more satisfying to get 30-35 consistent, accurate shots out of this gun, compared to one that might get 80-100 with varying velocity and mediocre accuracy. You really need to shoot it and compare it to other blow back guns to appreciate just how good it is.

 

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  • Keith from USA asked:

    Anyone know if the magazine release can be reversed for a left handed shooter. Thanks!

    • joseph. c from USA asked:

      Did this happen to anyone the safety broke right off the gun a would like to buy a new gun but wondering if the safety will brake again

      • Bob1 from Finland:

        Have not broke. But thanks for the information. I will be watching out for it. Have shot lotsa with it after purchase. One of my favorite BB shooters. Well working crisp blowback and quite accurate. Shoots too high even for the adjustable rear sight but that does not bother me at all.

      • Luis from USA:

        Yes, the safety on mine also broke. It's made of metal so it must be cheap metal for it to break just while cocking the gun. The pistol is adult owned and it hasn't been dropped or mistreated at all. I wish I could upload pics to show there's no damage at all except for that dumb safety thing breaking. I hope they acknowledge and fix this issue on the newer guns :(

    • Michael from USA asked:

      Is anyone else bothered by the nearly winglike safety levers? I can't help but think these things are unnecessarily wide. Would it hurt the gun any if I took a file to them and reduced their size a bit? OH! And the mag release button! I'm a lefty and that thing sticks out WAY too far for me. Thoughts?

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      Item Description

      PC35805 [PY-3238-6267]
      20rd removable BB magazine
      Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
      Max Velocity320 fps
      StockSynthetic
      GripAmbi
      ColorBlack

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