ID: 45595 (GP-090300)
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- Fully Licensed by Magnum Research, Inc
- High Strength ABS Polymer Construction
- Full Metal, Heavyweight CO2 Magazine
- Integrated On-Frame Safety
- Fixed Front and Rear Sights
- Efficient Non-Blowback Design
210mm x 145mmMuzzle Velocity:
320~350 FPS (Measured w/ 0.20g BBs and CO2 Gas)Magazine:
15rds Gas Type:
12g CO2 CartridgeFiring Mode:
Semi Automatic, SafetySystem:
Yes, Non-AdjustablePackage Includes:
Gun, Magazine, and ManualManufacturer:
Cybergun (Licensed by Magnum Research, Inc)
FPS Range: 320-350
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"I recently go this pistol for CQB, overall the gun is pretty good, but there are a few flaws.
Great deal with the price
Easy to use
Full Metal Mag
Plastic is Cheap
Trigger is hard to pull
.20bbs aren't that accurate
Dropped my gun from 2 feet and the top broke off, fixed it, but quite cheap
"Went in looking for everyone's favorite CZ clone; came out with a bit of a dissapointment.
For starters, the gun itself isn't that bad. Nice frame, fits the hands well, trademarks are looking sharp, etc. The mag holds 20-25 rounds and is great at keeping the CO2 in check and ready for action (I personally got around 3 mags worth across a few short games). Said mag also has a nice heft but there's a downfall to that I'll get to in a minute.
Sadly, as much as I would've loved to have a nice 941 there are plenty of issues. It *is* NBB, as advertised, but that's my mistake for not reading carefully. Some people like it that way I understand. The biggest drawback of this design is the trigger pull. I don't have a measurement for how many pounds of force you need, but it is *very* hard to spam in a pinch. While the frame is durable enough to shoot comfortably (the polymer is really strong), the magazine weighs a solid pound and really offsets the weight of the gun when firing. Not enough to break accuracy but more than enough to break the immersion of holding a 1:1 replica. Of importance however is that the safety does not entirely restrict access to the trigger, as it can still be operated but 9 times out of 10 will not fire.
Again, as much as I love the real steel 941, the airsoft variant we see here is a bit of a letdown. I'd forgive everything if it had a metal GBB slide but that's stretching it. I snagged this piece for $35 a while back so it wasn't a total waste, but I definitely don't plan on keeping it as a backup for my backup much longer (much less paying $20 for a brick-excuse of a mag).
"I tried taking this item to my local field after getting it for free as a gift item and the fps is so unsteady it would spike from 188 to 840. I was not allowed to use it as the fps spiked easily into the 500s as well. The gun also feels very very cheap
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