- KWC Colt M1911 A1 Blowback (Full Metal)
- Full metal construction
- Realistic markings
- Strong Blowback feature
- Utilizes CO2 cartidge
- 16 rounds magazine
- Weight: 980 gr
- Length: 218 mm
- Velocity: 350 FPS
The full metal COLT M1911 CO2 blowback pistol is one of the most authentic single-stack M1911 gas blowback pistols in existence, from the ultra heavyweight full metal construction to the sharp and crisp blowback action. Everything is just right, from the high quality metal used to craft the slide and frame, KWC nails it on this model.
This pistol features fully licensed COLT Trademarks etched directly onto the full metal slide, giving it an authentic feel that is unrivaled by most-other CO2 pistols currently on the market. COLT, being the originator of the M1911, has perfected this pistol over the years, and the resulting Colt M1911 WWII pistol is a throw-back to one of the most enduring originals ever created — the M1911 WWII. Full metal construction is undoubtedly present throughout the entire build of the pistol, as it features a high grade metallic barrel, safety, hammer, trigger, and recoil spring rod/chamber.
Being powered by CO2, this pistol is extremely high-powered. A high flow valve has also been installed to increase power capacity and also improve overall operational smoothness. It puts out an unprecedented 350 FPS of power. With integrated full metal sights, this pistol is EXTREMELY accurate. Even the textured grip has been designed and built with ergonomics in mind, as it gives you a firm grip on the pistol without ever feeling too thick or too flimsy.
The M1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, recoil-operated pistol chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge, which served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985. It was first used in later stages of the Philippine-American War, and was widely used in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. Designed by John Browning, the M1911 is the best-known of his designs to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. The pistol was widely copied, and this operating system rose to become the preeminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols. Compact variants are popular civilian concealed carry weapons, because of the design's inherent slim width and the power of the .45 ACP cartridge.