The Crosman TAC 1911BB, CO2-powered pistol features a polymer frame and mock compensator. Enjoy up to 550 fps with the longer barrel. Mount the included Class 2 laser to the Picatinny accessory rail for fast sight acquisition. The magazine holds 20 steel BBs and drops out for convenient reloading.
NOT A TOY. ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. BE CAREFUL, SHOOT SAFELY.
- Model Number40005
- VelocityUp to 550 fps
- Weight1.1 Approx
- Power SourceCO2
- Caliber4.5 mm
- BB Magazine20
- Front SightFixed
- Rear SightFixed Notch
not as good as you would think
I dont believe this gun was made poorly, first of all the gun is made of light and cheap plastic, second the grip/handle is way too loose, and i mean you can take off the "suppressor" but obviously not the barrel which would only make it look ridiculous, not only that but it leaks co2.
By Ken M
Great looking set up, with nice balance and natural feel. All molded frame with mock hammer, non adjustable sights. The detachable magazine clip is a nice feature and adds to the fun. The extended barrel with the mock silencer makes this a fun pistol to shoot since velocity is increased due to longer barrel and is a bit more accurate than other pistols which have a shorter barrel. The bottom rail is nice to add flood lights and lasers, the laser that came with the set does not fit properly so I added another aftermarket unit I had from another pistol which worked out better and also added a flood light stacked below the laser. I mounted the stock laser which came with the TAC1911 onto my MK 177 which worked out well. The safety is placed well and is easy to operate, the trigger is DA only, the magazine release is also well positioned and worked with out any issues. CO2 piercing screw is well placed to keep out of sight and out of the way. 2 or 3 magazines included would have been nice, but can be ordered separately. A better fitting laser should be included maybe even a laser and flood light stacked combo. If available in a blowback pellet version I'm sure it would sell. Overall very fun pistol and is the one used the most at this time.
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