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Best news ever, co2 is so much fun to shoot, WE are on a roll ATM. Hopefully they the mags will be usable on current co2 marui based platforms.

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And now we wait. My CO2 pistol collection is starting to get more attention than my Green Gas/Propane pistols. Just so much easier getting and working with CO2 around here.

 

Will be interesting to see how they hold up. WE seems to be catering to the airsoft shooter pretty handily and their latest products seem to hold up pretty well.

 

Wouldnt a CO2 Hi-Power be sweet!

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Can't tell if sarcasm or not.

I'm serious, out in TN where I play my favorite field has no fps limits. The lengths people push to their guns out there is bannanas.

 

They're all big boys so they know what they're getting into out there

Edited by Alpha_Wolf

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I double posted by mistake!! Sorry!! I'll add that I'm very very excited about this 1911, I love the kjw co2 Meu a lot, innards do need upgrading though using steel parts but IMO co2 is the most fun experience you can have with a gbb.

Edited by icolater

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I love c02, and really high fps is great for making things ping and stuff, but I wouldn't want to shoot a player with seriously over powered gun (unless they not taking their hits!) unless at a fair enough range, minimum engagement etc as I have seen c02 punch straight through soft plastic at close range. So much more rewarding to do a good shot with a pistol, and if it performs consistently then I'm all in!!!

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Airsoft guns are the same regardless of power source...unless the pistol is unregulated.  Then CO2 would make a bigger dent.

 

Have you seen what a 6" barrel .28g and Propene will do on a 30C day?

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Co2 is the way forward IMO especially in colder countries, better consistency, better kick but unfortunately more FPS then green gas or propane.

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CO2 does not have better consistency.  You need to understand gas properties better.

 

CO2 drops fast in fps.  60fps in this case.

 

Co2 is very impractical in the cold too.  Don't believe what Cybergun is pushing in the Airsoft market.

 

You can make a GG powered gun for more consistent than CO2.  Here is a video of one that has a mag that is 10C and the fps is consistent at +/-5fps.  The mag does not vent due to low pressure either.  Rather it uses all the gas in the mag.

 

Edited by Guges Mk3

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I think consistency depends on build too. My DH modded GHK AUG had 25 FPS difference between first and last shot(35 shots), which is pretty good for a GBB imo. TM pistols usually work well in the cold because they are designed for weaker gas, my HK45 in 0 celsius altough weak in recoil can still shoot all the bbs and lock back.

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CO2 does not have better consistency.  You need to understand gas properties better.

 

CO2 drops fast in fps.  60fps in this case.

 

Co2 is very impractical in the cold too.  Don't believe what Cybergun is pushing in the Airsoft market.

 

You can make a GG powered gun for more consistent than CO2.  Here is a video of one that has a mag that is 10C and the fps is consistent at +/-5fps.  The mag does not vent due to low pressure either.  Rather it uses all the gas in the mag.

 

Sorry for the double but I respectfully disagree

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If that TM in the video has a plastic slide, then I will say what the "real" point to Co2 gbb pistols is, and that is to chug heavy slides. Then again, that also depends on how restricted the the valves are. Co2 is really not consistent in the cold, especially on a gbb. Go to any airgun forum, and ask around about cold weather and Co2.

 

https://www.pellpax.co.uk/blog/spring-powered-vs-co2-vs-pcp-pros-and-cons/

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With my ghk ar in cold weather, green gas struggles to empty a mag with a mag dump while co2 has no problem. My mafioso 1911 with co2 can empty two mags with a single bulb, with a long marui mag it struggles with one, same with my Kwa vector co2 mags out performs the green gas mags.

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