The Picatinny rail under the barrel allows you to install a laser spotter or a tactical flashlight.
The American subsidiary of SIG SAUER, SIG Arms, took charge of the development of the GSR. In 2003, the demand for .45 ACP hand guns was such that many manufacturers were commercializing replicas of the Colt 1911.
The replica designed by Cybergun is a CO2 'Gas Gun' with locked breech that generates a power of 1 joule. The breech is made entirely of metal and the markings have been engraved by laser, all of which gives a very realistic effect.
The magazine is of the 'Slim' type, meaning that it is no bigger than the hand grip. It has a 15 pellet capacity. The very fi rst CO2 replicas had a very long magazine, which detracted from the realism of the Soft Air. The technical team at Cybergun succeeded in reducing the size of the magazine so that it remains within the proportions of the genuine magazine.
The presence of a Picatinny type rail below the barrel allows you to customize your replica with a flashlight or laser spotter.
During test firing, the SIG GSR showed itself to be very precise. The pellet reaches a velocity of 100 m/s at the mouth of the barrel and is coupled to a new generation system of trajectory correction, a BAX, which is well adjusted in the factory. The sights are immovable, but the presence of three white points ensures very quick aiming. Specifications: