|Max Velocity||410 fps|
|Trigger Pull||4.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: It was good while it lasted. Nice replica of a 1911 platform handgun, good for training. However, the trigger gave out after a few thousand shots. Granted, I did dry fire practice with it a lot. Between dry firing and shooting I probably got 5 to 6 thousand trigger pulls out of it.
Things I would have changed: It just didn't last as long as I would have liked.
Things I liked: I like the feel of the gun, it's accurate and easy to handle
Things I would have changed: nothing
Things I liked: This gun is really fun to shoot. I own several air guns but usually pick this one up first, and have a hard time putting it down
Things I would have changed: The way the co2 loads is not very easy. I can do it pretty easy now but took a little time to figure it out without loosing the charge on the co2. The pistol is not a rifled barrel, so it is not very accurate. I have to stand pretty close about 12 to 15 feet to have a good pattern.
What others should know: The easiest way to load the clip is hold clip over a small cardboard box, I use the box the gun comes in and feed lots of bbs toward the hole 25% will go in the clip and you can load this way pretty fast.
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After I insert the air cartridge and re-engage the cartridge lever, it doesn’t lock in place. Remains floppy and loose. Is this normal?
My 1911 was sitting in the truck on a hot day and the C02 chamber O' ring blow out. I disassembled the gum and replaced the O' ring everything seams to be right. I can chamber a BB by pulling the slide back and then shooting it but the blow back won't push the slide far enough back to cock the hammer for the next round so I have to cock again with the slide. The gun shoots fine has the same power as it did before.. what do you think would cause this problem what might I have assembled wrong or what might I have missed when putting it back together
Does this gun have a grip safety, and does the rail stay back when you fried the last shot and is it all metal
Grip safety is for show.rail stays back after last shot.gun is all metal except grips.nice weight.highly recommend.very realistic
|Max Velocity||410 fps|