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KWC KM 48DHN Non Blowback CO2 BB Pistol
Detailed Description
The KWC model KM 48DHN is styled in scale 1/1 with every detail after a very well known real non blowback pistol and it functions very similarly to the real steel which has earned an enviable reputation and proven track record of reliable performance in the hands of many professionals.
Model KM 48DHN CO2 pistol of KWC features a slide machined from a solid block of stainless steel and a durable lightweight and wear-resistant polymer frame with the added tactical versatility of an integrated accessory rail. Even the magazine is similar weight and dimensions and looks and feels like the magazine of the real weapon. Model KM 48DHN of KWC shoots very accurately for a BB airgun with an outstanding performance. If you like the Classic style of pistol and if you are into airguns or are looking for a gun you can use when getting to the range, then the KM-48DHN of KWC is exactly what you need.
Trigger Pull:
Very accurate and consistent, the double-action only trigger makes each and every trigger pull exactly the same as the last. There is some take up required be for the release but the release or break point is very smooth, perhaps a little too smooth since there is no real noticeable resistance so you will have to get use to the range in the trigger pull in which the release takes place.
In summary it was possible to get an average of around 380 fps and accuracy in the 2 inch size groupings from 30 feet away at a free standing position. It did shoot a little low so some manual target sighting adjustments may be required.
Build Quality:
Very good with the fit and finish of model KM 48DHN. The metal slide and polymer frame along with the all metal full size drop out magazine gave this air pistol a really nice balance and weight to it. It would be expected to be very similar to the real steel as they are both constructed similarly
Realism: Model KM 48DHN 4.5mm BB CO2 semi auto Pistol is as close as you can come virtually to the look, weight, feel, and action of the real pistol in virtually every way. For a lower cost air gun, its owner will be very impressed with all the detail that it has including the amazing attention to detail. You even get interchangeable grip backstraps to accommodate different sized hands. And of course all the mechanical parts function as you would expect them to including being able to fully field strip the air pistol like the real weapon.
Technical Data
• Most accurate looking steel BB shooting replica of the real weapon.
• Good weight and feel to it.
• Metal and plastic parts where you would find them on the real steel version.
• Realistic working safety.
• Full size dropout metal magazine that holds BB's and CO2.
• Can be field stripped like original weapon
• Rail for add on accessories.
• White dot sight with adjustable rear sight for windage.
• Comes with three sizes of interchangeable grip backstraps
KM 48DHN 4.5mm BB CO2 semi auto Pistol is a replica of a well known real weapon which was awarded as one of the most popular handguns in 2007 used by the military and police the world over. It was one of the most advanced pistols ever created. This awesome attention to detail from the fish scale serrations on the slide to the pebbled texture of the contoured grip makes the KM 48DHN a perfect replica of the real firearm. This robust, substantial feeling pistol fits snugly in the palm of your hand and has detailed features that make it a joy to shoot. The 3 dot sighting system and the weaver style accessory rail at the front coupled with a smooth trigger pull makes shooting simple.

Code Descri. Caliber Velocity Energy Magazine Capacity Pellets Overall Length Weight Price       
KM48DHN KWC MP40 4.5mm 120m/sec 2.4 Joule 19 BBs 4.5mm 195mm 1073gr 85.00€


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