New Colt BB Pistol Offers Inexpensive Trigger Time
FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS – (January 19, 2010) Grip a Colt Defender BB Pistol and you’ll be impressed by its all-metal frame construction. Weighing in at just over 1.5 pounds, it’s barely distinguishable from the weight of the 1911 Colt Defender .45 ACP.
The Defender is the only BB pistol with an all-metal frame in its price range of 55 to 65 dollars that fires BBs at a whopping 440 feet per second. It has a built-in magazine that holds a capacity of 16 BBs and is powered by a modern valve system that uses a single 12-gram CO2 capsule. The pistol’s magazine and CO2 cavity are concealed by a spring-loaded grip cover.
The Colt Defender is a fast-action double action only BB pistol with a 4.3-inch barrel that measures an overall length of 6.75-inches.
For additional information visit www.UmarexUSA.com.
Umarex was established in 1972 as “Uma Mayer Ussfeller GmbH” and served the market for tear gas and signal pistols followed by air rifles. After acquiring Reck Sportwaffen Fabrick Karl Arndt, they reorganized ultimately under Umarex. The company’s Reck PK 800 enjoys worldwide acclaim and appears on the market as the perfect replica of the Walther PPK. Umarex has now become the largest maker of replicas by offering numerous German-made air guns, tear gas, signal pistols and now replica firearms. Umarex USA is North America’s fastest growing airgun and replica tactical rimfire gun company. Umarex USA markets their airguns, airsoft, paintball and tactical rimfire products under famous brands such as Walther, RWS, Smith & Wesson, Browning, Heckler & Koch, Ruger®, Beretta, Colt, Magnum Research and others.
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