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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UTG PRECISION AIRSOFT GUNS, Airsoft UHC 1911 Pistol w/Full Size Magazine, Metal Trigger and Hammer - Heavy Wieght, Black
This precision airsoft pistol from UTG features a full magazine, metal trigger and hammer, and a solid, lifelike feel. Powered by a tension spring-operated mechanism, the pistol additionally has a touch pin point atop the inner barrel, creating backspin on BB rounds in order to compensate for bullet drop and boost firing accuracy.
- Spring-powered air pistol
- Fixed hop-up
- 22-round magazine
- 8.5-inch length
- 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.
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I will keep this pistol, because it seems well made and reliable, but I'm just going to stick with shooting it at my gel targets at close range, it doesn't have enough power for me to plink with it at anything else. It just knocks over plastic army men and plastic animals, it can't penetrate cardboard unless fired at point blank range, and even then, it just embeds the BB into the cardboard, I might try it on my metal spnner target; perhaps it's low power will keep it from ricocheting BBs.
This gun's hop up is too much, BBs curve way up. I think UTG did that intending to increase the gun's range. While it may do that, it's low power means that it'll hardly do anything at range. Also, the front sight is just a small nub at the end of the barrel, very irritating to use because of it's small size.
If you want more power, check out the Crosman Stinger P311 or the Taurus PT 24/7. I recommend the Taurus, and it's my favorite airsoft pistol. But if you're looking for a mild target shooter, and/or care more about aesthetics, then this is the gun for you. Just be sure to get the silver one.
-The slide is easy to cock
-It rarely ever jams, a problem many other pistols have
-For a spring pistol, it is VERY strong, this thing can leave small bruises even with .12g BBs and especially with .2g BBs when not wearing armor.
-It's light, feels comfortable, and to an extent, real.
-It has two safeties, one is the switch that locks the slide in place, and the other is a pressure sensitive pad at the top of the back of the handle that will not allow you to shoot unless you grip the gun firmly. (assuring no misfires)
-It's reliably accurate.
-The orange tip fell off after about 2-3 weeks of use, this causes the gun to look alarmingly realistic at a reasonable distance.
-While it can be thrown around, the bottom of the handle can be easily scratched and broken. (after dropping it once on concrete the bottom loop fell off and part of the bottom of the clip broke off)
Overall, it's a good gun for the price and I would definitely recommend it.
Now I don't have any actual equipment that'll help me disassemble and actually look to find the problem because I'm very new to the whole Air Soft scene, and I only have one other pistol the Stinger P311. That's worked much better for me, no jamming, nothing at all.
I'm gonna work on this pistol a bit longer, see if I can't make it work, probably not though.
Honestly unless you're looking for a possible prop gun incase it stops working,then this would be alright. Though from what my short time with it has provided me with, it's most likely not a long term gun, especially if you've considered taking this to a match.