With the Bobcat, shooting 36 gr. Mini Mags, we averaged 866 fps. Approx 61 ft. lbs.
With the SIG 1911-22, shooting 36 gr Mini Mags, we averaged 1074 fps. Approx 97 ft. lbs.
With the Bobcat, shooting 32 gr. CCI Stingers, we averaged 967.6 fps, Approx 68 ft. lbs.
WIth the SIG 1911-22, shooting 32 gr. CCI stingers, we averaged 1294.5 fps, approx 124 ft. lbs
spin_drift wrote:Hey Xl.. it would be great if you could do a video of the disassembly
xl_target wrote:Kalyan Sahib and Baljit,
Its great to see that you are enjoying your visit together. Please send us lots of photos of your visit.
Since Baljit has had this handgun longer, any of his observations or comments would be welcome.
Kalyan, your impressions on using it for the first time would certainly be welcome too.
Post your targets and your photos, guys.
ckkalyan wrote:My quick impressions of this weapon very light trigger, low recoil, very fast and fun gun...although need to allow for full trigger release before depressing again
TC wrote:Hi xl_target,
A wonderful test report. This 1911 avatar is surely much more than a plinker. Good weapon... love the the factory thread and protector !!
Will sure love to hear some of the "horror stories" on Mosquito !!.
Thanks once again for the test report.
ngrewal wrote:Xl would you recommend swapping my Browning Buckmark for this toy? I wont get much for my 22 pistol last time I was offered $50 ...
Hi Xl, the knife in the picture appears to be a Gerber Mark 1 Boot knife. Going by the OD Handle and leather sheath it's a 70's model. Post pics in the sharp section when you can. Nice knife
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