Type:BB air pistol Manufacturer:ASG Model: CZ 75 P-07 DUTY Materials: Metal slide and polymer frame Weight: 1.8 pounds Barrel: Metal non-rifled Propulsion: CO2 x 1 Action: Semi auto blowback, single action Ammunition Type: 4.5mm BB's Ammunition Capacity: 20 round magazine FPS: 361
Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on the ASG CZ 75 P-07 DUTY is nice and light due to its true blowback operation that cocks the hammer back with each shot taken. For some reason there is a slight stickiness in the trigger when the metal magazine is loaded, but it does not affect the light weight of the trigger pull.
Accuracy: I shot the ASG CZ 75 P-07 DUTY gun at a target from 20 feet away in a free standing position, and it performed well getting a 1.5 to 2 inch grouping right in the center of the target. The sights are non-adjustable, but for me there was no need to adjust them. My Chrony testing with a five shot averaged result was 353 fps.
Build Quality: ASG did an awesome job designing and making the CZ 75 P-07 DUTY, they didn't seem to compromise on anything! Everything that should be metal and polymer is the same on this as the original, and the fit and finish is excellent!
Realism: The ASG CZ 75 P-07 DUTY is as close as you can get to the real steel, the only real giveaway is the slightly longer but-plate on the magazine (probably to allow for the CO2 screw tab). Everything about this gun is saying it's the real deal right down to the licensed CZ trademarks and the 9x19 caliber markings on the slide and ejection port.
Great usage of metal and polymer!
Realistic true blowback action.
Great looking gun with nice two-tone finish, and lots of attention to detail.
Good power, accuracy, and CO2 efficiency for a blowback gun.
Very usable sights.
Very hard to get this gun in North America.
Magazine but-plate is a bit on the long side, only telltale sign it's not the real 9mm version.
Trigger is a bit creepy when you have a loaded magazine.
Comments: I highly recommend the ASG CZ 75 P-07 DUTY blowback BB pistol to anyone looking for a very high quality BB pistol that does not compromise performance, build quality and realism. It may be a bit higher priced then some other blowback BB shooters on the market but it definitely sets a new standard for the others to try and achieve.
Quality is outstanding, very well built and realistic.
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Nov 05, 2014
a must have...like ALL 1911 replicas
I was not disappointed when I received my duty one after watching the review...this gun feels awesome in hand...handles well and has a nice blowback feel and isn't too shabby in anti the accuracy depth either...A must have for your collection in my opinion and isn't overpriced! Great value!
-CO2 Powered -4.5mm Steel BB -20 Round Metal Magazine -STI Duty One 1911 Replica -Semi Auto - Single Action -Non Blowback Action -407 FPS -Purchased from www.ReplicaAirguns.com
This video is a walkthrough review of the ASG STI Duty One 1911 Non Blowback CO2 BB Pistol. I show off the gun close up from all angles and point out the metal and polymer components and the excellent quality and features this airgun offers .
In terms of comparing the Non Blowback version of the ASG STI Duty One 1911 to the Blowback version without actually shooting it, they are pretty much identical except for the double and single action trigger found on the Non Blowback version. Even the slide seems to work the same. The big difference will be when I shoot the Non Blowback ASG STI Duty One. Will it shoot with a lot more FPS and will the reduced slide movement give it more accuracy? I am assuming yes to both of these question but I guess we will all have to wait and see when I do my official Shooting Field Test Comparison...
Here is my follow up Shooting Field Test to my ASG STI Duty One Non-blowback Table Top Review. During this Field Test Shooting video review I not only shoot my Non-blowback STI Duty One version but I also compare it to the Blowback ASG STI Duty One to see if fps and accuracy are effected when adding Blowback to the equation? I shoot 5 rounds through my Chronograph with both guns to get an average fps and I also step back 30 feet and setup resting my hands on a sand bag and standing in the back for a fairly secure shooting stance. I did my standard 10 shot grouping for my accuracy test from 30 feet away.
Overall both guns performed similarly and as expected the Blowback did effect the fps but not as much as I expected it to? I was expecting the Non-blowback STI Duty One to be at least 50 fps faster but it was only around 20 or so. I am fairly certain since the fps os so close between the two guns, that you will get more shots form a CO2 out of the Non-blowback ASG STI Duty One since there is no CO2 being used to make the slide recoil back and forth. In the end the Non-blowback STI shot an average fps of 373 while the Blowback version shot an average fps of 356.
When it came to accuracy, both guns performed about the same getting about a 2 inch group from 30 feet back. The Blowback STI did spread the BB's out more from side to side perhaps because of the slide recoil while the Non-blowback ASG STI Duty One seemed to shoot Horizontally tighter.
Personally since both guns shoot almost as high of fps and both STI Duty One's seem to be about the same accuracy wise. Why not just go with the blowback version since you will be shooting in single action most of the time which allows for a faster and lighter trigger pull. The only real downside to the Blowback STI Duty One is perhaps a bit more CO2 usage but you can still expect to get around 100 shots per CO2 which is very good for a CO2 blowback pistol.
This video is to give you a heads up on a few guns I will be reviewing shortly. Most of them are different version of guns I have already reviewed except for the Baby Desert Eagle which so far has eluded me :)