Colt M1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic handgun chambered for the .45ACP cartridge, which first developed in 1911 and served as the main sidearm for the US Army from 1911 to 1985. It was widely used in WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Gulf War (Desert Storm) , Iraq War (Operation Iraqi Freedom) and War in Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom). Although M1911 is quite old nowadays, M1911 and her variants are still widely used by special forces, law enforcement and PMCs.
Colt Defender is a compact type 1911 which comes with a shorten slide and barrel on Government model lower frame. It is much shorter than the Government model but has same loading capacity and stopping power, which is also an alternate choice for concealed carry.
4.5mm (.177) Steel BB Version.
Comes with full metal railed body with licenced COLT DEFENDER Laser Marking.
CO2 Operated non blowback pistol with double action trigger.
Comes with fixed iron sights.
Comes with manual safety near the trigger.
Comes with COLT patch on the hand grip (which is also the cover of the CO2 storage and Built-in BB magazine, grip will open by pressing the magazine release).
18 rounds of loading capacity.
Barrel Length: ~100mm
Shooting Mode: Safe, Semi-Auto
Power Source : CO2 (12g CO2 Cartridge)
Weight (g): 750 (Gun only, without CO2 cartridge), 840 (with box)
Magazine Capacity: 18 rounds
Material: Metal and plastic
Bullet type: 4.5mm Steel BB
Power (Muzzle Velocity) : Under 2 Joule (around 440 FPS)