Before I go any further, any cons this gun has are far outweighed by the pros and it's price tag.
It's a solid 1911, the weight and feel are great. I was skeptical about the grips that came with it and though I will still most likely throw a pair of rosewood Kimber grips on it, the stock grip won't just sit and collect dust. The material used on the grip combats sweat and loose gloves very well, when you hold this gun it's glued to your hand. The slide is crisp, and while I haven't used the green gas mag the co2 one hits very hard. Everything about this gun is top notch for this price range. Now that doesn't mean there aren't cons as well. The first time I fired my co2 mag and released the excess co2 the valve locked on me, so when I stuck in any new co2 capsules in they would immediately empty. After 5 minutes with a set of screw drives and some lube I was able to easily disassemble the mag and loosen the valve, good as new now.
In short, if you are looking for a sidearm that preforms well out of the box, that you can use with multiple gasses for different FPS limits, a clean blowback, and amazing upgrade potential then this 1911 might be what you are looking for.
Very nicely machined metal, great detail
2 magazines, 1 GG 1 CO2
Crisp hard hitting blowback
TM design, easily upgradable
Orange paint chips easily, but the rest of the finish is durable
Trigger is sharp (no really I cut myself on it, had to file it down on the edges)
CO2 mag had a leaky valve, but easily fixed
I really can't say enough good things about this gun, but I'm sure you've already added it to your cart.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]