|Tokyo Marui High Capa 5.1 GBB Airsoft Gun
Manufacturer: Tokyo Marui
TM Gas Blow Back Pistol 1911 2011 Double Stack Hicapa
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The Tokyo Marui High Capa5.1 is one of the most famous airsoft hand guns available. It is essentially a double stacked 1911; the breakdown and the operation remain about the same. The functional grip safety and ambidextrous slide safety make its operation safe for all users. The rear sight is adjustable for improved accuracy and personal preference. Although the gun is constructed primarily from plastic there are a wide range of accessories and after market parts for this gun. The user can modify it into a tactical gun for the field or into a race gun for competition. This airsoft gun has the well established operation of the 1911 with the advantages of a double stacked magazine. This gun is a must buy for the beginner or the enthusiast.
Manufacturer: Tokyo Marui
System: Gas Blow Back
Hop Up: Adjustable
Gas Use: HFC 134A
Muzzle Velocity: ~280 fps
Magazine Capacity: 25+1
Package Includes: gun, gun magazine, and manual
Realistic Field Strip
Adjustable Rear Sight
Double Stack Magazine
Functional Slide Safety
Functional Slide Release
Removable Tactical Rail for Accessories
Functional Grip Safety w/ Beaver Tail
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|   2013-07-04 21:55:52|
A. LAROSE verified buyer
50 out of 5 stars. Second best airsoft purchase I have ever made (first is an AirsoftGI mystery box where I won a Magpul PTS PDR-C). This is my third gas blowback pistol I've ever owned (other two are a KJW M9A1 and a WE 5.1" Hi-Capa) and I can easily say that this blows them out of the water.
Metal lower frame (not typical of a Tokyo Marui)
Comfortable plastic grip
Metal chrome hammer
Metal chrome spring guide
Metal black spring guide plug
Metal black safeties
Metal beavertail safety
Metal black mag release
Metal black slide release
Adjustable metal iron sights (front sight has a white dot, rear sights don't have any dots).
Metal hop up that is very well-constructed and provides a great air seal.
Comes with a metal lower rail that you can put on.
Comes with a unjamming/cleaning rod.
Comes with two replacement followers in case the followers break in your mag.
Accuracy is fantastic. When the hop up is adjusted right, you can easily hit targets from 200 feet.
I've chronoed this, and it shoots 285 with .20 gram BBs and duster gas (this will have a higher FPS with propane).
Light trigger pull.
Lightweight (because of plastic slide and outer barrel).
Plastic chrome outer barrel (not that big of a deal, really)
Plastic slide (I actually prefer the plastic slide, but most seem to be metal slide-fanboys)
Brass inner barrel (nothing really wrong with that, but it could be steel or aluminum; mostly putting this since there's not that many cons)
Better to use duster gas than propane because of the plastic slide. This is really its biggest con, as propane will give you a faster FPS and a faster RoF (cycles faster), but if you want the plastic slide to live as long as it can, use duster gas. To use duster gas, you have to get a duster gas adapter; you can get one by buying the Airsoft Innovations propane adapter kit. It comes with a duster gas adapter, a propane adapter, and silicon.
|   2010-05-07 15:07:08|
B. KINOSHITA verified buyer
This Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 5.1 is the best pistol money can buy. Yes it dies come with a plastic slide, but there is a WIDE variety to upgrade to a metal slide.
- Huge parts market
- ambidexrious safetys
- optional rail
- heavy weight
- nice recoil
- cheap plastic for trigger and hammer
|   2009-02-11 21:58:10|
This particular model is based off of a double stack frame 1911 pistol, primarily designed for competition.
The controls reflect this, ideal for competitive use, and some may find they poor for skirmish use.
However, due to the large frame, trying out the gun in person is mandatory. It may be too large for smaller hands.
The material is a nice black, menacing yet not overtly flashy. The hammer, grip screws, barrel and recoil guide rod are chrome silver, and nicely contrast with the overall black.
However, the barrel is a very cheap plastic and the other metal chrome parts are pot metal.
Unusually for a Marui pistol, the upper frame is metal, which allows you to save money on a metal kit upgrade. (no frame to buy)
Performance wise, the capa fires in the 320-340 range with .20 BBs. Enough velocity to be competitive outdoors but low enough for most CQB. Range is flat out amazing, you can nail HEAD sized targets easily at 150+ feet, and the BBs sail for quite the distance past that. The hopup that allows this range is simple to adjust and stays in place, although you have to field strip to access it.
Cycling is lightning fast and the recoil is very crisp. Firing report on green gas is quite impressive and intimidating. I've kept people's heads down without the BBs even hitting near them.
The light trigger and quick cycle allow a very fast rate of fire, and with non-existent cooldown, you can unload the magazine in seconds. A mag funnel allows easier reloading, and mags lock quite securely.
To summarize, this sidearm is ideal for competitive airsoft, and a great skirmish pistol.
Where the MEU and 1911A1 require a somewhat required taste, the capa is an excellent skirmish pistol in general.
-Optional rail, you can either use the rail, or leave it off and maintain the smooth lines.
-Metal frame with ABS grips.
-High gas and BB cap (31 rounds)
-Mag funnel for fasting reloading.
-Extreme performance, great range (150+ feet?) and high velocity (320 w/.20)
-LOUD, these suckers echo in CQC. Very intimidating.
-Fast cycle and almost non-existent cooldown.
-Huge parts market
-Plastic Slide, although there is much more metal then other marui pistols.
-Adjustable sights may be a con, and only the front sight has a dot.
-Rail may wobble.
-Trigger guard may not fit in all holsters.
-Cheap metal used in hammer and barrel.
-Grips are one piece and there are very few aftermarket ones.
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|This product was added to our catalog on Friday 24 February, 2006.
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