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This thread is dedicated to preserving various information about airsoft spring-operated replica pistols. It contains paperwork, brochures, performance statistics, images and more information about the replicas contained here. There is no specific brand that this thread focuses on, but rather mostly on the pistols of old. The purpose of this thread, is to preserve the legacies of otherwise lost to time, or relatively known information about the aforementioned items. I hope to allow readers to enjoy this information for as long as possible, and will be backing up this information to increase its longevity and possibility to survive the tests of time.

This thread has also been posted on AirsoftSociety. Since this site doesn't have as in-depth post editing, please check the AirsoftSociety thread for more up to date information. New entries will be posted here once I feel that they are completed to my satisfaction.

I hope you find this thread entertaining, and useful!

,DeadChristmas69/Evan W. Wester.

 

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Taurus "Millennium PT 111" (#21122, black, pistol. #48209, black, magazine.), spring operated 6 mm, .24 inch caliber pistol. Known available finishes are entirely black , black lower and silver slide, entirely silver, entirely transparent, orange lower with silver slide.

Manufactured by: Academy Plastic Model, made in the Philippines. Licensed by: Taurus, and Cybergun.

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Claimed features: 180 fps, 55 m/s with .12 gram pellets. Energy in joules: 0.2 max. Range: 65 ft, 20m with .20 gram pellets. Magazine Capacity: 20 rounds. Weight: 6.07 oz, 172 gr. Length: 6.10 in, 155 m. Hop-up: BAXS Class 1/fixed hop up designed for .12 gram pellets.

Build materials and trademarks: ABS plastic externals, ABS plastic internals, aluminum inner barrel. ABS plastic magazine. Inaccurate trademarks.

Box contents: Operation Manual, warning, Taurus Millennium PT 111 pistol, one magazine, sample package of .12 gram pellets.

Notes/Discrepancies: Fixed sights, front blade, notch rear. Moderately heavy trigger pull. Right side of replica has inaccurate trademarks, left is entirely accurate. Estimated price 10-20$ without shipping costs. Working safety, left side, lever. Subjectively very poor projectile range.

Photo gallery of Millennium PT 111:

https://www.mediafire.com/folder/k64mfkxe9be3s/

Video of this replica - Firing Test:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMSJ2lvP1vY

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HFC/Keymore "HA-125" (B, Black(?) ), spring operated 6 mm, .24 inch caliber pistol. Known available finishes are entirely black.

Manufactured by: Ho-Feng-Corporation/Keymore, made in Taiwan.

Claimed features (Sourced from "TRADEMYGUN.COM"): 220-260 fps with .12 gram pellets. 67-79 m/s with .12 gram pellets. Weight: 410 grams.

Build materials and trademarks: ABS plastic externals, ABS plastic internals, metal inner-barrel. ABS plastic magazine. Yellow "MADE IN TAIWAN" sticker on the left.

Box contents: Two manuals with safety information, simple operating instructions, and a simple diagram of the replica's different functional parts. HFC HA-125 pistol, one magazine, sample package of .12 gram pellets.

Notes/Discrepancies: Fixed sights, front blade, notch rear. Moderately heavy trigger pull. Will certainly affect the user's accuracy. Estimated price 10-20$ without shipping costs. Working safety, right side, rotating knob like P99's safety. Uses many of the same parts as HFC's P99 (HA-128). Slide lock does work, and will lock the slide back once the magazine is empty, and the user pulls back the slide. May accidentally activate from gravity. Hammer is fake, and part of the slide.

Shares the almost exact same magazine as HFC's Lighting Shooter VI (SA-2408,HA-124), P99 (HA-128), and Crosman's P9T, (ASP9CAH), (ASP9CDE). (HFC's HA-128, rebranded). Magazines from the HA-125 will work in the aforementioned models, but not vice-versa, as the baseplate on the P99 series is too tall to fit in the HA-125. Since the HA-125's magazine has a shorter baseplate, it can fit the other P99 models. (Tested). Interesting to note: The P99 series' magazines can accept the HA-125's magazine's base plate, and vice-versa. Both magazines without their base plate will fit in both the P99, and HA-125.

Magazine holds 15 pellets, staggered formation. Has a feeding hole near the bottom of the feed path for pouring in pellets.

fps, m/s test. All scores rounded to nearest whole number:

Results with .12 gram pellets are in fps as follows: 180, 213, 180, 200, 173.

Converted to m/s: 55, 65, 55, 61, 53.

Results with .20 gram pellets are in fps as follows: 118, 124, 114, 98.4, 88.5, 55.7, 91.8, 68.8, 82, 101, 79, 59.

Converted to m/s: 36, 38, 35, 30, 27, 17, 28, 21, 25, 31, 24, 18

Clearly, the results aren't impressive. Even for an HFC spring-cocking pistol.

Photo gallery of HFC's HA-125: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/oteqp2do1q7om12/AAAWFlNCPhwVVr3ITKZocwkoa?dl=0

More information to come.

Latest revision: 7:58 pm, 16FEB20 Central Time.

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