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Tm pistols??

  • 31-12-2017 12:17pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 200 ✭✭ bandit no1


    Looking to get advice from people that own tm pistols,are they worth it and does the cold weather badly affect them performance wise?thanks


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  • Registered Users Posts: 31,493 ✭✭✭✭ Gatling


    Yes they are worth it ,
    And there not as effected by cold weather in stock form ,
    And more upgrades available compared to every brand combined for the most part ,
    I've 4 tm hicapa's 2 p226s including the E2 updated version and a 1911 ,
    And yet to find any particular reason to change to a full metal or co2 pistol that would be considered a better option ,
    Co2 yes if you want frugality . The smart players go with mauri

    Langley , Virginia



  • Registered Users Posts: 200 ✭✭ bandit no1


    Gatling wrote: »
    Yes they are worth it ,
    And there not as effected by cold weather in stock form ,
    And more upgrades available compared to every brand combined for the most part ,
    I've 4 tm hicapa's 2 p226s including the E2 updated version and a 1911 ,
    And yet to find any particular reason to change to a full metal or co2 pistol that would be considered a better option ,
    Co2 yes if you want frugality . The smart players go with mauri

    Thank you very much,am strongly debating the tm hi capa gold,they seem to have good reviews but was unsure they would work well in Ireland.it there any particular gas you use?thanks


  • Registered Users Posts: 31,493 ✭✭✭✭ Gatling


    bandit no1 wrote: »
    Thank you very much,am strongly debating the tm hi capa gold,they seem to have good reviews but was unsure they would work well in Ireland.it there any particular gas you use?thanks

    I've always used standard green gas without any issues here with only the basics of maintenance and cleaning ,
    The hicapa's tend to be pretty bullet proof out of the box ,
    And having a plastic slide they allow you to shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger , excellent range too

    Langley , Virginia



  • Registered Users Posts: 200 ✭✭ bandit no1


    Gatling wrote: »
    I've always used standard green gas without any issues here with only the basics of maintenance and cleaning ,
    The hicapa's tend to be pretty bullet proof out of the box ,
    And having a plastic slide they allow you to shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger , excellent range too
    Definitely my mind made up now :) thank you for the info and replys


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