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Thread: Hi Capa 5.1 by Wei-Etech

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    Quote Originally Posted by John
    Eros,


    You are using an image from M1911.ORG, the last picture in that page. I would appreciate if you could at least add a reference to my site.

    Tnx
    OK. Sorry.

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    Thanks Eros, I appreciate it.
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    Hey John, thats a very in-depth review on this gun and first I would like to thank you for that. Now... I was thinking about getting this gun but wanted to ask you how did you remove that orange barrel tip? It looks so stupid with it on. (Though I understand some countries require it); This gun will not be leaving my house so it makes no sense to leave it on. I mean, do you just pull and it comes out or do you need to do some cutting or what.

    Thanks
    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by julikop
    Hey John, thats a very in-depth review on this gun and first I would like to thank you for that. Now... I was thinking about getting this gun but wanted to ask you how did you remove that orange barrel tip? It looks so stupid with it on. (Though I understand some countries require it); This gun will not be leaving my house so it makes no sense to leave it on. I mean, do you just pull and it comes out or do you need to do some cutting or what.

    Thanks
    Jason
    If I remember correctly, the orange tip just poped out easily, by grabbing it with some plyers and twisting. Make sure you hold the barrel tight in your hand or in a padded vice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John
    If I remember correctly, the orange tip just poped out easily, by grabbing it with some plyers and twisting. Make sure you hold the barrel tight in your hand or in a padded vice.
    Oh okay, Thanks... Can't wait until my Hi Capa 5.1 Op Irene III...

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    I have the 4.3 model. It kicks *very* hard for a small pistol, and Has a 27-round green gas magazine. I did hear, though that up to the 5.1 (non-dragon models), you can place a larger slide on any WE Frames.

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