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Discussion in 'Beginners Forum' started by SpecialForcesSniper, Aug 18, 2012.
Ok what is a good Co2 blowback pistol. No budget
You can get a regular Green Gas/Propane pistol and get Co2 mags for it. Like the KJW M9 is one I know of that has co2 mags available.
Ok is there an y Co2 glocks
Umm, I believe so, not sure though.
There may be co2 mags for the KSC, KWA, or WE Glocks.
I think this is the gun i will get
If you really have no budget then get a KWA, I know that mags are a little pricy but you get a high quality gun that is better than KJW and WE.
If I may ask, why do you want a co2? You could get a green gas pistol and use those mags instead of getting co2 mags. Which in my opinion are better.
Because I am dont fully understand how green gas works and i have found co2 is much cheaper.
Green gas is a combination of propane and silicone oil. So, if you want to, you can use propane it's MUCH cheaper than green gas or co2.
So where do i get propane for airsoft
Walmart, for 2-3$. Alls you need after that is silicone oil and a propane adapter. On Evike you can buy a propane adapter kit for 20$ which includes the adapter, silicone, and few other little things. Just make sure you get a plastic adapter and not a metal one.
Why plastic adapter?
A metal one will wear down the o-rings in the mags when you put gas into them. Plastic doesn't as bad.
So besides cost what are the pros and cons of both
1: can be bought at any Walmart.
2: Isn't affect by weather as much as green gas/propane.
3: usually FPS is more powerful when using co2.
1: expensive in comparison to green gas/propane.
2: usually fires to powerful for field limits.
3: fires dry, green gas/propane has silicone added to it meaning it can lube your gun as it fires. (this doesn't mean you don't need to clean it.)
4: adds more wear and tear on pistols than necessary, since 90% of pistols are designed for green gas.
1: can be bought at Walmart.
2: cheap in comparison to co2.
3: pretty consistent.
4: FPS is usually around 300-350 meaning it usually within field limits.
1: affected by weather quite a bit.
2: propane can smell pretty bad if you didn't add the right amount of silicone to the mix.
3: lower FPS, but some guns do have parts that can adjust the FPS.
(I may have missed a couple, so if someone knows any I missed or got wrong, jump in please.)
Can you throw me a link to a propane glock and or 1911
Sure, what's your budget for the side arm first?
Dont have one but most are under 200 right
TM Desert warrior (basically an m1911)
My personal favorite, the TM FN 5-7.