WHAT´S IN THE BOX!? I´ll tell you: a Tokyo Marui 1911. This particular firearm is destined to be a donor gun in an upcoming video, so make sure you subscribe. First off we are greeted by the regular paperwork.
Manual, a few other bits and bobs in Japanese and an unjamming rod. Next we come to the gun itself. The magazine. Some information pamphlets. More about them later on. And finally the accessories box.
In it there is a barrel plug, a disassembly tool, some dry-fire adaptors and a bag of complementary BB´s. Thanks Japan! The gun has a good feel to it, it’s a very accurate and correct replica of the Colt Government, but since it is a Marui pistol, it is plastic-fantastic.
With a few exceptions being the mainspring housing, grip safety, thumb safety, hammer, magazine release, trigger, slide lock, barrel bushing and recoil spring plug, which are made out of metal. There’s also these markings on the right side of the pistol that are a dead give away.
But that can be amended by installing a metal kit. As for these information pamphlets, this is what they say, according to Google image translate. This one is about how many rounds are required to get a consistant hop-up effect after lubrication.
This one is about how to protect the surface finish of the gun and to avoid it becoming spotty. I THINK? Now for a test fire. That’s all for now. A small taste of things to come. If you liked this video, check out some of of the other videos we’ve made! Please like and subscribe!