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KWC Model 75 TAC C02 Blowback Airsoft Gun

(3 reviews)4.3
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$ 219.99

Total: $219.99

Type: Airsoft Pistol
Manufacturer: KWC
Model: TAC
Materials: Full Metal
Weight: 1150 g (2.53 lb)
Barrel: 4 Inches, Metal Smoothbore
Power Source: 12g CO2
Action: Semi-Automatic, Single Action Only
Ammo Type: Airsoft BBs 6mm
Ammo Capacity: 17 Rounds
FPS: 380

Trigger Pull: The Single action only trigger pull is exactly what you would expect from a full blowback pistol, it's nice and light with a very short take up and smooth release. If you're looking for a pistol that can shoot accurately and quickly, then look no further!

Accuracy: I got a fairly tight 2-inch, 10 shot group from my standard 20 foot rested position. The single action only trigger is nice, short and crisp followed by a snappy hard blowback.

Build Quality: This pistol is well built, being that it is pretty much entirely metal (even the grips). It weighs in at a stout 2.5 pounds so be prepared for a heavier weight. The tolerances are very good with very little slide slop and the seams are virtually non-existent on this airsoft pistol. The dark golden brown color is unique but as per usual with KWC pistols, the rather thin powder coating is prone to wearing off on the high spots and metal on metal areas.

Realism: In terms of functioning and looking like a real gun it has it all, full size drop out metal magazine, full blowback operation, full slide lock back and of course it can be field striped if need be.


  • All metal construction - good weight and very solid feeling gun
  • Heavy and snappy blowback action
  • Good fit and finish, though the paint does wear off pretty easy
  • Well balanced in the hand, so even with heavy blowback the gun stays on target.
  • Light, short and smooth single action trigger, good quick follow-up shots
  • Fully adjustable rear sight for windage and elevation
  • Easy to load flared magazine well
  • Ambidextrous safety


  • Paint does wear off pretty quickly in the high spots and metal on metal areas
  • No white dot sights so may be tuff on dark targets
  • Don't expect a lot of shots per CO2 because of the heavy full blowback, but it's worth it

Comments: Overall the KWC TAC is a really nice all metal airsoft pistol to shoot. I found it to be really well balanced, which allowed me to shoot quickly and stay right on target, even with the heavy snappy blowback operation.

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Caliber:6 mm (.24 cal)
FPS:350 to 400
Ammo Type:Airsoft
Power Source:Co2
Trigger Action:Single
Body Type:CZ 75
Blowback Action:Blowback
Rear Sight:Adjustable
Front Sight:Fixed
Primary Material:Full Metal
Magazine Capacity:17

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Apr 20, 2021

great gun

This is a great gun but after a few months my safety switch has fell off and i can’t find a way to get in back on so it looks like it will be broken.
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Jan 19, 2021

Good Practice Pistol for IPSC

It is a good practice pistol in place of the real IPSC handgun I have.
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Dec 20, 2020
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Accurate and efficient

The usual KWC flaws (that is, the paint job). The good stuff: good gas efficiency for a blowback pistol (4 mags with 20+ per mag); very good accuracy -- I don't know if that's intrinsic or if I'm responding to the sights and the very solid grip I can get while shooting. Good for fast mag changes (mag drops free on a whisper and the expanded mag well is a breeze to hit every time) and carries cocked & locked (like a 1911) which is my preference. Big easy to hit ambi safeties. Tons of fun to shoot -- mine is shooting high but I also think the adjustable sights are up a little for my short range range. One thing to look out for: the screw that holds the front sight in place is fairly loose. If you screw it all the way down, it will impinge on the false barrel and scar that up (and inhibit the slide action). If you loosen it too much, recoil will cause the screw to ride out and the front sight will fly off. Get some Lock-tite blue. EDIT: lowered my quality rating as one of the safety levers flew off in action last night. Yup you want to lock-tite that screw too (top of the right hand safety lever). Accuracy is not holding up as well as I felt at first -- I think I just liked the sights, but in fact the barrel floats around a little and groups are broader than they need to be.
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