Elite Force 1911 CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol (Choose an Option)[P01C01][33570 / 2279314-2279068-2279317]
The Elite Force Full Metal 1911A1 is another testament to Elite Force's continuing dedication to creating great airsoft guns that are both budget friendly and highly durable. This 1911A1 features everything that you would find on a real steel piece; everything from the iron sights to the beaver tail is present and full functional. The rear slide serrations and textured grip ensure that the user maintains a positive grip on the weapon even during high speed transitions and maneuvers. The slide also features the Elite Force crest as well as their trade marks on both sides. Internally the Elite Force 1911A1 is rock solid and is more than ready to use the Co2 magazine that it is included with. When firing this 1911A1 on Co2 you will be blown away, the kick is incredible! With each shot the slide recoils very crisp and fast producing a very hard kick. The Elite Force Full Metal 1911 is definitely a show stopper, and at this price is affordable for most budgets making this gun a definite hit.
Manufacturer: Elite Force
Muzzle Velocity: 320-340
Magazine Capacity: 14 rounds
Color: Pick a Color
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Tool
Full metal slide and lower
Standard 1911 style features
- Gas is NOT included.
- Mock suppressor is NOT included.
- Manufacturer: Elite Force / Umarex USA
- Muzzle Velocity: 320-340 FPS
- Magazine Capacity: 14 rds
- Fire Mode: Safe - Single
- Color: Black
I had gotten this gun as a Christmas gift of last year and for the price and reviews, I had thought that this would last for a couple of years, turns out that it had barely made it a year without any physical damage. the hammer in the back had broken around where the thumb would rest to cock it. the metal material seemed to be a cheap alloy as it had continued to break after several operations. If you are assuming that this gun will last you a good while, it might, but for me, not so fortunate. although, the internal specifications are holding up, if chips and external damage bother you, be prepared for wear and tear.
great performance out of box
Chipping and damage may occur externally over time. (5 months or so)
When I first got this I used .20g bbs and no matter where I put my hopup they were always over hopping, this made it seem like the hop up unit it came with didn't work. Looking online others had the same issue and the fix is use at least .28g bbs. Once I used the heavier bbs my hopup worked as intended. Make sure to grab some heavier bbs to use with this.
Rail for flashlights and what not
None that I notice, other than needing heavier bbs
This 1911 is a decent gun but i do think its over hyped. The full metal gbb gun has a nice feel and weight to it with some nice kick-back. The gun looks very nice. this gun does have hop up but with .20 any hop up makes the bb curve up quite a bit. i found that .25 with 0 to 1/4 hop up seems to work best. this gun isnt very accurate at all. paint wears off rather quickly. overall id say its a DECENT co2 gbb, not very accurate tho.
- Nice weight
- full metal
-not very accurate at all
-.20 go curving straight up with any amount of hop up
-paint is wearing off rather quickly
what bbs should I use
i was wondering
21 days ago
(I have this same question)
.25 gram bbs would be ideal.
20 days ago
will you lose the c02 ?if you have to remove the mag to reload it?
will you lose the c02 if you have to remove the mag to reload it?
168 days ago
(I have this same question)
No, you will only lose the CO2 if you unscrew the cartridge from the magazine.
75 days ago