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Discussion in 'Gas Powered Guns' started by LT1, Oct 27, 2012.
Does anyone think this is too good to be true?
No, not at all. Those are co2 pistols, which are almost always much cheaper then other types of gas pistols.
Yeah that's true. I was just checking. Thanks
I found that same pistol on airsoftgi.com for $34, if I remember correctly.
Definitely true. No joke/sarcasm intended. The velocity was probably taken with .12g BBs as opposed to .2g BBs, hence the 500FPS mark.
Typically CO2 pistols shoot over 400FPS with .2g BBs.
If you're going to use them stock, stick to field use, and take advantage of the high velocity by using heavy weight BBs for added accuracy.
Just get a green gas pistol.and run it on propane.
If you want a cheap and pretty good NBB pistol get a Y&P NBB MK23. TM compatible and really fun for the price. Works well in cold weather.
Yeah Airsplat could not find it anywhere else in stock.
I second this post my y&p 1911 is a solid beginners pistol and I've heard the MK23 is better. As long as you can get over its toyish feeling (but not weak) plastic you'll like it.
That picture is from airrattle, I wouldn't trust their fps rating. I would say that's with .12s for sure. I agree with everything buster said. Co2 will provide higher power in alot of cases.
Sorry, it's on airsoftgi.com for $29. Does anyone think it is a good gun?
For what gun? Could you post a link?
I hope it's a good pistol, it would fit my budget perfectly.