Swiss Arms replica of the legend! The pistol has been built over three million times to date. In 1911 it was introduced as 'U.S. Pistol, Caliber .45 Model of 1911' as a U.S. service weapon. Later, the Royal Navy, Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force were also equipped with the pistol. Even when it was replaced as a service pistol by the Model 92 in 1985, this did not diminish its popularity.
The successful replica with an energy of about 1.7 joules is powered by Co2. The full metal model has plastic grip panels, a palm safety and a blow-back system, which makes the shooting experience even more realistic.
Soft Air weapons with energy above 0.5 joules are subject to firearms laws and must have an `F` mark in the pentagon. The acquisition, possession and transport of the weapons is allowed to adults without a firearms license. However, they are subject to the ban on carrying (§42 a WaffG).