TSD Sports SDGP304SH CO2 Gas Powered Non-Blowback Airsoft Pistol with Case (Silver)
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- Metal 15 Round Magazine
- Plastic Body with Slide Grip CO2 Compartment
- 370-400 FPS with 0.20g BB's
- CO2 cartridges not included
- This product is restricted from shipment into the state of New York
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Affordable and Fun! The TSD Sports 1911 style CO2 Gas Powered Non-blowback Heavyweight Airsoft Pistol with Carrying Case is based on the World War II model 1911. Looks and feels just like the real thing. Ideal for avid collectors and avid shooters alike. Its highly efficient CO2 system can fire over 100 BB's on one standard 12g CO2 cartridge (not included), and you can shoot at up to 400 feet per second when using .20 gram BBs. High performance at a low price! There is no slide movement so it is more economical on gas usage too. Effective at up to 75 feet, this pistol includes a sliding grip panel to conceal the CO2 cartridge. Other features include an efficient 15 Round "Stick" magazine, fixed hop-up, semi-auto rate of fire, plastic body construction and an attractive padded Carrying Case. Whether you're a backyard plinker, a hardcore airsoft gamer, a weekend warrior or a target practice aficionado, you can trust TSD Brand products for optimum performance! Warranty This TSD Tactical product includes a limited 30-day manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. MAKE SURE YOUR PISTOL IS AN AUTHENTIC TSD PRODUCT! Make sure your Pistol comes packaged as pictured, with the authentic glossy TSD label attached to the Pistol Case. Products not in this packaging are not from TSD and do not carry our 30 Day Warranty. Accept no imitations! See why tens of thousands of airsoft gamers trust TSD Brand products for their airsoft needs!
Top Customer Reviews
cheap the carrying case was for this gun, that concerned me. Only when i opened it up is when i relized, this is not a cheap gun. When i first held
it i could have sworn the gun was made out of metal, but it isn't. It's made out of a VERY sturdy plastic that looks and feels like metal. Then i put
the Co2 in without a hitch and loaded her up. WOW does this baby shoot fast, and accurate!!! Don't let the sticker on the front of the carrying case fool you, it
says 350FPS but there is no way this thing goes that slow! I have a Smith and Wesson Co2 powered pistol that shoots 380FPS and it is considerabley slower than
this. NOTE: Whatever you do, DO NOT used 12g. bbs!!!!!!! I tried those after i used the included .20g and after 3 shots, it jammed the gun, bad. Thankfully i got
it unjammed. I would recommend using the High Density .20g. bbs, those seem to be more accurate. I have gone through at least 7 mags so far with one Co2 cartrige and it still seems to hold most of its power and accuracy. Other than that all i can say is, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!
i would definitely recommend this pistol to all of my airsoft friends. happy airsofting. :)
-Durable, metal internals
-No hop up
-Loose tolerances on inner barrel
One of the cons is a loose tolerance on the inner barrel - indeed, the inner diameter of the bore is 6.15 mm - that's huge! In addition, when the gun is fired, the inner barrel moves in and out (I'm not kidding - look down the barrel and pull the trigger - be sure there is no CO2 in there!) and the outer diameter also has loose tolerances against the guns body. What does this mean? It means that the gun will not fire as accurately as a spring loaded pistol unless you modify the gun - the inner barrel clanks around the inner body of the gun as it fires.
What I did was I took an old 6.03 mm tightbore from a sniper rifle and cut it and turned on a lathe to have the same grooves for the inner barrel as the original barrel. I also turned down the outer diameter until it had just a 0.01" clearance. Reinstalled everything and now shoots significantly more accurate. I also did an extended tightbore on pistol (it's got like a 15" long inner barrel), added a suppressor to protect the inner barrel and added a flashlight with a clamp that clamped the flashlight to the suppressor for support.
Now, I've got to say, I've not tried any other CO2 gun - this might be a problem inherent to every CO2 gun!
What can you do if you don't have a metal shop? You can take apart the pistol carefully, add some electrical tape to the outer barrel to reduce the slack between the inner barrel and the body and it should significantly improve accuracy! :)
I really do love this pistol!