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Umarex Colt 1911 22LR With Rail 2245705 Reviews

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Product Reviews Ratings Summary
19 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.8 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
90% (17 of 19)
4 stars:
6% (1 of 19)
3 stars:
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2 stars:
5% (1 of 19)
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by Andrew T Thursday 16 May, 2013
This was my first purchase of a handgun and the process with Bud's was extremely easy and quick. I had been looking at a number of 1911 .22s for several months and finally landed on the Umarex/Colt Rail. It was a birthday present to myself and I don't think I could have made a better choice. I have had it for three months now and absolutely love it! I have only about 500 rounds through it with bulk Federal and CCI but not a single FTF or FTE with either ammunition. The fit in the hand is perfect and the checked grips make for secure handling. I wish it had an elevation adjustable rear sight but I plan to get a laser sight and attach it to the rail so it is not a big issue.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by michael a Friday 08 March, 2013
Delivered quickly and fun for target practice.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Louis D Thursday 28 February, 2013
Unfortunately my experience with this pistol was completely different than the other reviewers here. The gun ran CCI ammo OK, but Winchester and Federal would FTE over 50% of the time. And the magazine also had an issue. When the mag was inserted into the grip, the top round would kick up at an angle, and would jam against the top outside rim of the chamber when the slide was released. This would happen consistently with the mag being inserted with a reasonable amount of force, and I've never had this happen with any other .22 I've ever fired. To avoid this, the mag had to be loaded very delicately with minimal force every time, which takes a lot of the fun out of shooting and renders the pistol essentially useless for training. I sent the mag back to Umarex and asked for a new one (even emailed them pictures of the cocked round in the mag). After a month with about a dozen emails and 2 phone calls, I called a 3rd time and was told "oops, we sent your mag to the wrong customer." They sent it out again, without even an apology for their error and the excessive delays. And of course the new mag was just as bad as the original. I tried using the gun for a few more months and finally got tired of all the FTEs. Considered sending the gun itself back to Umarex, but didn't want to deal with their customer service again. Sold it for $150 less than I paid for it, and bought an M&P 22. The only positives I can mention are the pistol has a beautiful finish, has a rail system (which I like to have on all my pistols) while still having a nice sleek streamlined look, and is very accurate (when it doesn't jam). I'll therefore rate it 2 stars instead of 1, which is being generous.

Rating:     2 of 5 Stars!
by Rich C Wednesday 20 February, 2013
I purchased my first hand gun from Bud's, the Umarex Colt 1911 rail gun and I love, love it! I only put about 120 rounds of Remington .22 ammo through it (I hear that is not the best ammo), but the gun fired just fine, I had no FTF or FTE etc. This gun is made by Walther, they have a fine reputation and I see why, the gun feels and looks great. The fit and and finish was perfect out of the box for the exception of some oil, but that is expected and for $400 bucks you get allot of quality. I think I'll change out the black plastic grips (which feel great btw) with Mahogany wood grips, being a woodworker, I love that look. One thing I don't see too much about gun reviews is how they break down for cleaning. This gun is a breeze to breakdown and clean, granted I did not take it ALL the way down, just enough to clean it. I can't comment on the accuracy, I'm too new to shooting, my target was too far away and I didn't retrieve when finished for the day, but from the other reviews, it shoots as straight as you do. This is my first gun purchase from Bud's, I have no complaints to share, it arrived at my FFL within 7-10 days like promised and I hear good things from their customer service. My only gripe is that I was not expecting the $25 transfer fee paid to the FFL. I'm not begrudging anyone from making a buck, I likely missed the fee at check out or assumed it was in the purchase price, but I was surprised when asked for the money, so keep that in mind. All in all, I'm another happy Bud's customer, thank you!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Bryce D Tuesday 05 February, 2013
This is a great pistol, incredibly fun to shoot. I was absolutely stunned by how accurate it was right out of the hard case; I was shooting ~2.5 - 2.0" groups at about 15 yards the first time I used it, and I'm no competitive shooter. I don't think I'm even going to have to adjust the sights. The gun has great solidity and "heft" about it; it really does feel like a "real" .45 ACP 1911. Something to be aware of that's a mild annoyance on this firearm (and really this is just endemic to all 1911 style guns chambered for .22 LR) is that you can't dry fire it or you risk breaking the firing pin. Thus, every single time you rack the slide (safety checking it, cleaning it, whatever), you must manually lower the hammer. Due to the grip safety, this requires crossing your other hand over the hammer and gently lowering it while you squeeze the trigger. This is a very, very minor issue, but just be aware of it if you're someone who likes to sit there compulsively racking and dry firing your pistols while watching TV or something. On that note, the slide racks nice and smooth, there's no "slop" or play on mine. The trigger pulls nice and crisp as well, with no grittiness or jerkiness. I've been feeding it Remington Golden Bullet and Remington Target ammo like it's going out of style and thus far no failures whatsoever. My sole complaint (and it's really not even an issue with the gun itself) is that it comes absolutely DRENCHED in oil, including the magazine, and it's a bit of a PITA to get it all cleaned up and ready to go. Once that's done though, you're in for a treat. Stay safe.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by thomas k Saturday 15 December, 2012
about 400 rounds though this gun first day out it is absolutely awesome to shoot..... cci mini mag, no ftf s, bought aftermarket colt .22 mags everything works, very satisfied. The right rimfire ammo and magazines makes the difference

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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