replica of well known pistol, here in tactical version.
1911 TAC is mostly made from metal. Metal was used for production of
frame, slide and outer barrel. The grips were made from polymer. They
have grainy anti-slip texture, thanks to what they are more
comfortable and firm to hold. The replica features iron sights with
white dots, which imitate tritium sights.
the barrel there is short 22mm RIS mounting rail allowing
installation of various additional accessories, including tactical
lights or laser sights.
replica is powered by CO2 gas. The standard 12g capsule is stored
inside the magazine. The magazine itself is made from metal and holds
replica naturally has Blow Back system, making it even more
realistic. Blow Back moves the slide after each shot and the slide
stays locked in back position after last bb is fired.
safety mechanisms are fully functional and closely resemble those
from real firearm – the first of them is grip safety, which allows
the pistol to be shot only while holding it correctly. The second is
safety lever on the frame. The replica features adjustable hop-up
system. To get access to the adjustment knob the replica’s slide must
be detached. It is done quickly and without any tools – only one
pin must be taken out.
to being powered by CO2, the recoil is really hard and makes the
pistol fun to shoot.