KJW MK1 Gas Airsoft Pistol (Black)[N01D00][03791 / GNB-601]
The KJW MK1 Pistol is a double action non-blowback gas pistol. This is the hardest hitting pistol available, with green gas it shoots 400FPS right out of the box. But it gets even better, without any modifications to the gun's mechanisms, it will shoot 465+ FPS with red gas! It is unbelievable how much power KJW was able to squeeze out of this little pistol, and for only $60.00. The power to dollar ratio is greatly in your favor!
Manufacturer: KJ Works
Muzzle Velocity: 400FPS
Magazine Capacity: 17 rounds
Package Includes: Gun, magazine, manual
- Gas is NOT included.
- Manufacturer: KJ Works
- Muzzle Velocity: 370-400
I got this gun for Christmas last year, though I purchased from Airsoft Megastore... it's impressed me fairly well. It's a cheap but effective pistol. It shoots quite hard, which is both good and bad. It's also pretty accurate, although the long and hard trigger pull detracts from that. It's also easy to disassemble and put back together, much to my relief, though it takes a little fiddling. I'd recommend this pistol to most anybody.
Although I'm listing more cons than pros, the pros vastly outweigh the cons. The KJW Mk I is a good, solid pistol for target practice or airsofting, though one must be careful if using it in an airsoft game, as it's very powerful.
Fast velocity (Also a con.)
Adequately accurate (I can hit a two-foot-wide tree perhaps 100 feet away with it most of the time)
Lightweight (Though potentially a con)
Good, simple sights
Decent gas usage (A little over one mag per fill with King Arms green gas, though in cool temperatures)
Fast velocity (I've been shot with it, and it hurts a lot.)
Long and hard trigger pull (Harder than my friend's double action WG revolver, in fact!)
Will double-feed if the trigger is released without firing (It doesn't seem to cause any internal problems, however, and if you know about it it won't happen often)
Plastic build (Though lightweight, it's somewhat imbalaced)
No way to mount optics (Not a big deal for me, but)
this gun is awful if you want to actually play airsoft or even just shoot around. i have had mine for about a year and i have taken very good care of this gun. the trigger pull is too hard after a couple of months the hop up of mine has gone bazerk and has rendered the gun useless.
trigger pull is hard
after a while the hop up gets out of wack and renders the gun useless
A great gun for the price. It hits really hard for a pistol, and it's very sturdily built. It is also very easy to disassemble if you want to work on its internals.
Now, it's a bit too powerful for 0.20 gram BB's (they go flying all over the place) so I recommend buying something a little heavier, like a 0.25 or a 0.28.
The mag did break after a little while, but I managed to repair it somewhat, and it works just fine.
The trigger pull is rather long, and it is hard to shoot it while wearing gloves because your finger doesn't fit in the trigger guard.
Overall, you can't beat the price. For $60 this thing is a great gun.
Accurate (With heavier BB's)
Easy to disassemble
Long trigger pull
Small trigger guard (Not a problem for me, I wear fingerless gloves)
Mag issues (Not a problem with the gun, but I thought I'd let you know about it)
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