The IMI Jericho 941F CO2 Pistol is the perfect airgun for casual backyard target shooting. This unique gun is based on the Israeli Military issued 941F pistol and features semiautomatic firing, a 15 Rd magazine, and a shot velocity of 443fps. An ambidextrous safety and smooth trigger action allow users to enjoy the realistic look and feel of this beautiful gun. Take aim and fire!
- Safety: Ambidextrous
- BAX System
- Caliber6mm cal
- Velocity388 fps
- Ammo TypeAirsoft BBs
- Barrel StyleSmooth
- Fire ModeSemi-Automatic
- Gun Weight1.43 lbs
- Overall Length8.07 inches
- Magazine Capacity15
- Warranty30 Day Limited
That random guy
I would recommend this item to a friend.
A good casual gun
May 27, 2013
I use the clear version, but they work basically the same. This gun is a good product for someone looking to get into airsoft, someone making the switch from spring pistols to semi-auto pistols, or someone just looking for a decent, fairly cheap, non blowback pistol. The plastic is surprisingly durable (even if it feels a little cheap) and the metal magazine is a nice touch. Being a gas gun, this definitely has great stopping power, and travels a decent distance. The CO2 holder doesn't leak like some other models. It would have been nice to have a twist cap for the CO2 cartridge instead of a hex wrench, but it does live up to 250 rounds per use. The major problems with the gun are the following: 1.Even with the safety is on, sometimes when I pull the trigger the bead comes out anyway (Just have to be careful) 2.The biggest problem is the trigger. This is the first gun I've used where the trigger is a little TOO stiff. I have to give it a little extra force in order to get shots off. While sneaking around this isn't a problem, but, during firefights when my primary is out of ammo, this tends to get annoying 3.On RARE occasion the gun does shoot 2 or 3 bb's at a time (This can be used as an advantage however, as the gun becomes a mini shotgun). While you could argue that there are cheaper gas pistols, this gun does what it is advertised to do, which is all that really matters. The trigger is the one thing that hold me from a 5 stars.
Pros:Sturdy and comfortable design Metal magazine Good stopping power Decent range (for a pistol) Gets good use of a single gas cartarige
Cons:Shoots more than one bb's on occasion The trigger is too stiff BB's can fall out Can be difficult to load magazine by hand
does it hurt if you get shot? does the bb velocity decrease after a while of use? how many shots can one co2 canister fire? can u see the bb flying when shot?
By jason from maryland on January 4, 2012
By Staff on January 9, 2012
Answer:1. Depending on range, it can hurt a person.
2. BB velocity will decrease towards the end of a CO2 canister like other CO2 guns.
3. 1 CO2 canister will fire about 40-50 shots.
4. Yes, you can usually see bb's as they are shot.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 9, 2012
Answer:Yes it'll sting when hit, and you can see the bb when you shoot and that's good so you can compensate if you need to.