Co2 1911

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by backyardsn1per, Nov 28, 2012.

  1. backyardsn1per

    backyardsn1per New Member

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    I am wondering what would be a good co2 nonblowback pistol. I was looking at the Wingun special combat, but it shoots way too hot at 450 fps. I would like for it to be under $90 so I can get plenty of co2. Thanks for the help!! Backyardsniper
     
  2. Flocktime

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  3. backyardsn1per

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    I could use green gas but co2 is more available and I hear it is better in the cold
     
  4. Flocktime

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    I can't confirm that comment. Gas is preferred over co2 all the time. But if you like co2 I saw some WG co2 pistols on that link above. Saying it shoots 500 FPS is false.
     
  5. marine121496

    marine121496 Wahahaha~ Supporting Member

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    You're so good at reading the OP


    OP: Here's one http://www.airsplat.com/Items/GP-304B-1911-CO.htm
     
  6. backyardsn1per

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    How about green gas with a propane adaptor? I was at one time looking at the y & p 1911 but now I would like recommendations for different ones. Sorry about not putting a period at the end of my last post.
     
  7. marine121496

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    Green gas with a propane adaptor? Do you mean using a Green gas gun with propane? That's nearly the same, and did you look at the gun I linked you?
     
  8. backyardsn1per

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    Yes, but I don't like how you put the co2 in. It looks like it would come loose easily.
     
  9. Sparky_D

    Sparky_D Moderator Staff Member

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    There are no decent Co2 NBB 1911's.


    I run a KWC Taurus 24/7 NBB Co2 pistol as a secondary.
    Relatively inexpensive (clear one can be found at Walmart for under $35), stores Co2 in the magazine, fairly accurate for a NBB, decent power, and quite comfortable to shoot.
     
  10. backyardsn1per

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    What do you recommend I should get then❓
     
  11. Flocktime

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    What he just semi-reviewed for you.
     
  12. backyardsn1per

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    Would the KWC sig 2022 be good.
     
  13. Sparky_D

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    No experience with that particular model, but I have been impressed with the quality for the price of the KWC pistols I've seen.
     
  14. backyardsn1per

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    I like this
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    http://www.airsplat.com/Items/GP-KWC-1162-SH.htm
    In the review section it says it has gas loading problems. Is that true? Also what do you think about it?
     
  15. Sparky_D

    Sparky_D Moderator Staff Member

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    Pretend for a moment that I am not in your head.

    What "this" are you refering to?
     
  16. Sparky_D

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    No clue, but it's a GBB that uses Green Gas/Propane and has all plastic external construction.
    I wouldn't expect much from it, especially for that price.
     
  17. marine121496

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  18. backyardsn1per

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