UTG Airsoft UHC 1911 Pistol
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- Airsoft pistol from UTG Sport powered by tension spring-operated mechanism
- Fixed hop-up
- 22-round magazine
- Measures 8.5 inches long; weighs 1.25 pounds
- This product is restricted from shipment into the state of New York
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- 1.25-pound weight
This Leapers tactical product includes a limited 90-day manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
UTG is a brand owned by Leapers, Inc., headquartered in Michigan. Leapers has supplied shooting, hunting, and outdoor gear since 1991. The company maintains manufacturing operations in the USA, and continues to focus on emerging market trends and customer feedback in designing its extensive product line.
Top Customer Reviews
It's easy to cock
The orange blaze tip fall off every once in a while
So i guess what i'm trying to say, is if you get this gun, you wont be let down by it
Hammer- The hammer is set back when you cock the gun, and when you shoot the gun, the hammer springs forward, pressing a button, which releases the air and shoots the bullet. Very realistic, and fun to use.
Slide-It is an open ejection slide, which means there is a hole at the top that you can see if you have any bullets left. Easy to cock, and cool. I kind of wish that it had the locking slide on last round feature that the stinger P9 has.
Safety- There are two safetys on this gun. One is the traditional lever safety, and one is the handle squeeze safety. To fire the gun, you must squeeze the handle gently, and the safety will unlock. This is true for the real 1911 too.
Weight- When i lifted this gun, it felt heavier than i thought, which is a good thing. It resembles the weight of the real gun.
Look- I got the silver one, and it looks GREAT. I think i will marry this gun.
Accuracy- The sights are very accurate, but slightly low. Of course, you can compensate for that.
Bbs- This gun actually came with uhc brand name bb's, which are great. Usually, guns come with no name brand bb's which will jam your gun.
Magazine- Heavy and realistic, and holds exactly 25 bb's. You can only load them from the front, and there is no spring to slide down with your thumb like some other guns.
Overall, this gun is great! Definetly worth the money.
Some minor gripes:
The magazine wiggles a little inside the gun. It also rattles.
The hammer sometimes makes a squeaky sound. Silicone oil will fix that.
UTG should make a full metal spring version, I'd absolutely buy it.
To make cocking easier, hold the slide by the tip of the gun, and pull back. If you hold it by the back of the gun and pull back, it is much harder
If you're using those cheap .12bb's that came with the gun, there is going to be alot of hop-up. Aim lower than your target and you should hit it.(duh)
Use silicone spray made for airsoft guns(never use anything else) and spray the moving parts. It should increase the fps by 20-50, make the gun last longer, and make it easier to cock.
Use good .2g bb's
Don't reuse bb's
Don't shoot the gun without any ammo inside it
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got the gun in the mail today it came packaged well and the gun is very accurate. Well worth 20$ I have about 20 guns and this is my favorite pistolPublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome! MY small seven year old had trouble engaging theist first but after some practice is able to do it.Published 16 days ago by Joey Hamlin
Heavier then I expected and better quality than I expected. One year later it is just like new.Published 20 days ago by peggy
Read many reviews on this airsoft pistol and thought it would be very good, not accurate at all and have tried several different weights of "bb's" in it. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Otto Esquibel
The sights are horrible. Feels good in the hand but shoots like 6 inches high. If you can figure out your point of aim I am sure it can be a great fun. Love the hop-up magazine.Published 1 month ago by Big Andy D
Purchased for a nine year old but it was too difficult to cock. We find that it also does not shoot accurately. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kristofer Gifford