This is basically the Marui M1911 with metal frame installed and fully upgraded. With this now available here at Evike.com, no need to get a plastic Tokyo Marui M1911 and spent $300 to upgrade it!Dimensions:
218mm x 935gBarrel Length:
70~100 feetMuzzle Velocity:
26+1. Compatible with Tokyo Marui M1911.Manufacture:
KJW / Kuan Ju Works.System:
Green Gas / Red gas / Propane Adapter / Co2.BB:
6mm. 0.20g or heavier Matrix & compatible high grade Airsoft bb recommended for best performance.Features:
Full Metal Slide and Frame.
Reinforced recoil spring, hammer spring, high flow valve.
1;1 Replica of Original 1911 pistol perfect compliment to your WWII collections.
Gas blowback. Realistic blowback action.
On frame safety.
High power for range and accuracy.
FPS Range: 280-310
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"This is a great gun, but here's my reasons for giving it the 5 star Rating.
Feels like a plastic barrel, but the orange tip is metal; if it is a metal barrel it seems to be of a lower quality than the actual gun's frame.
The frame is a mixture of a 1911 and 1911a1 and is full metal(kind of like aluminum or pot metal from what I see), but what you get sticks mostly to a 1911 as for those who need a WWII replica and the only thing that "really"
refers to the 1911a1 model is in the trigger guard near the actual trigger the slightly grooved/curved bit for more "comfort."
The picture features a blue loading nozzle, but I received a red nozzle; for me that was great as I was looking to switch it out anyway so props to Evike for that, but if you are looking for the blue one be aware that you may get a red one.
Using crossman co2 12g Cartridges the thing kicks like a mule and even gave me some ringing in my right ear haha; very accurate and the Tokyo Marui aspect of it holds true.
The magazine is a standard(for my version) co2 mag from KJW and is full metal except for the loading bay for the co2 which is plastic(but very sturdy).
Trigger response is great, it has a working hammer, slide release, magazine release.
When you run out of bbs, the slide locks back and requires the slide release when the mag has been replaced/ refreshed.
This is a nice heavyweight pistol and is great for hands of all sizes ;)
Not necessarily a bad thing, but it has faux plastic wood-style grips(for me I really don't care, but I know a few people who do).
When loading the magazine, on the left face there is an integral part of the gun that ends of scraping the paint of it, but kind of a nitpicky thing.
"TL:DR: This is a gas hog. Don't get green gas version unless you are using red or black gas. Get co2 or co2 mags
This thing is a great pistol, but on a full fill you can only get around 6-10 shots at room temp. The ONLY time i got a full mag out with the slide lock is when i stuck the mag into a toaster oven after filling it. I'm going to get co2 mags for it as those seem far more reliable. The green gas is just not powerful enough to push the full metal slide back and shoot the bb for an entire 26 shots. If you are going to get the green gas version make sure you get red or black gas, as green gas just isn't enough for this gas hog of a pistol.
Gives the kick and sound of shooting a .22
Shoots straight and far
26 round magazine
Satisfying to shoot
Thin magazine = low gas capacity
Lots of gas plume
Loading nozzle is sub par for the price... nothing an upgrade cant fix
It is actually an M1911A1, there are some small differences between the m1911 and the A1(look it up)
"Highly Recommend this gun.
Mags are light as with the gun
No leaks in mags
40 yard range and havent even adjusted the hop-up
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