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Discussion in 'Gas Powered Guns' started by ncbairsoftteam, Dec 31, 2012.
I need a reliable co2 m1911 for under 100$ that shoots around 380-400 fps preferably black or tan
Why C02? Why shooting so hot? I feel like propane is much better than C02...
I'm not sure Im used to co2 and I'm not big into green gas if I did go into another type of gas it would be green gas
The elite Force 1911 is pretty good. Doesnt shoot hot. Its CO2 and is good for CQB. Granted its just over $100.. I got mine for $109. Ive found it selling for $118.
At least CO2 isnt highly flammable.
Yea the range I go to is field so I need a high fps pistol
At least propane isn't expensive. At least propane is efficient. At least blah blah blah.
Anyways, I've actually heard OK things about the EF 1911. No personal experience though.
Do u guys have any other suggestions for a field load out
Lol. Touche. well for me I'd take nonflammabilty over anything. But thats just me.
And you should try the EF 1911. Ive actually gotten quite a few mags out of it even thought its a CO2BB. And theres alot kick for an airsoft pistol. Its a pretty good gun in my opinion... but what do i know? Now i have to go shave and go to bed...
I agree with him and plus I can just run up to a store that sells co2 an not green gas so it just is more of a convenience
Coleman propane is sold at Walmart, academy, bass pro, cabelas, etc. But whatevz, you snooze you lose I guess...
Do you have any suggestions for any gas 1911
I'd look into the KJW. They make a great 1911. Same with Tokyo Marui.
But unless a gun is designed to run propane, you need an adapter to run propane. Man I'm behind in the conversation...
There are more propane/green gas guns out there than C02 ones. Airsoft wise at least.
Ummm, most of the Airsoft guns on the market run off of either Green Gas/Propane Red Gas, or Duster Gas which all use the same mags, wheras CO2 mags are different.
But nearly every home improvement/department store sells CO2 and propane but for propane youd need an adapter for many. Not every sells green gas...
I know. I meant adapter for propane from green gas. Not co2-> propane
Okay so you buy a $5 adapter and later save $100s because you switched. Easy as that. Propane and be bought at lots of places as well.
I know... I said nearly every home improvent/department store sells co2 AND propane. Im going to admit a loss here; I have to go to bed and do other stuff first. Good Night, Guten Nacht, Adios, Adieu, Auf wiedersehen, etc, etc.
Alright but the fact of buying a $5 reusable adapter still comes into play.
Why don't we just stow this argument away and come back to it later?