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G17T with Airmunition

Discussion in 'Tactics and Training' started by bdavis, Jul 31, 2010.


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  1. bdavis

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    I just picked up a G17T that uses Airmunition. It looks like a pretty neat system has anyone actually used the setup? How is the performance?

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    Whats airmunition? More info on this please.
     

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    And why is that?
     
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    That is the round. It has the loading setuo with tank. I was wondering if anyone had actually used it and how it compared to airsoft or the FX ammo.
     
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    Ok, so I charged all of the rounds and shot them. Function was excellent, accuracy was not too bad. I could easily hit a man sized target out to ~75-feet. I would NOT want to get shot with one of these. I fired a round at a wall about 15-feet away and the rubber pellet imbedded into the sheetrock about 1/4-inch.

    It is a bit of a pain making sure you get all of the "shell casings" but otherwise a pretty neat system. Loading the cartridges is dead easy with the press.