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Jackal Full Automatic 9mm Front Firing Blank Gun - Shiny Chrome 33081 FRONT FIRING

Voltran | Ekol

MSRP: $150.00
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Blank Firing Gun
Front Firing
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Introducing our fully automatic front firing machine gun pistol simulator. Front firing blank guns raise active shooter training to a whole new level. These are perfect for stage and film as they amplify the experience for your audience. The clip ejects with the push of a button and can be loaded with 15 9mm PAK blank cartridges. The front firing blank pistol has a working fire-selector switch, which changes the pistol over from semi- automatic to fully-automatic. In semi-automatic mode, the pistol fires off one shell with each pull of the trigger. On full-auto, though, the pistol will fire off its 15 rounds in 1.9 seconds, so long as the trigger is held. The Jackal only fires single action. The trigger safety is located on the switch actuator near the trigger where you toggle between semi-automatic and full automatic. The safety switch located near the hammer is not functional and for aesthetics only. All blank firing firearms should be treated like live, working firearms and afforded the same caution, care, and respect. Exercise the same caution and safety with a blank firing firearm as you would with a live firearm, whether it is loaded or not. You must be 18 or older to order and 21 or older to sign for the package. This front firing blank gun cannot be converted to fire live ammo. It complies with ATF regulations and has been approved by them for sale in the United States. No federal license required.

Front Firing Blank Gun Features
  • Front Firing machine gun pistol

  • Fire off 15 rounds in 1.9 seconds

  • Fires in Semi-Automatic and Fully-Automatic Modes

  • Loads 9mm PAK Blank Cartridges

  • Features an Ejecting Magazine that Loads 15 blanks

  • Measurements
  • Length: 8.5"

  • Height: 5.5"

  • Weight: 2.5 lbs.

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    • 3
      Ownership over time. more form over function

      Posted by Chris on Mar 10th 2024

      Function: Ive owned it for maybe a half a year now and overall its been an okay experience owning it. Its a very maintenance heavy gun. Lots of lube lots of cleaning to keep it running smoothly. You will experience jams with this gun, my most common is stove piping about 1 in 10 rounds do when on full auto using the 15 round mags, the 25 round mags just dont work I wouldn't even buy them. I have 2, got them at the same time and both are horribly reliable scrap at this point sadly. Too many failures to extract in a 100 round test after getting it, 17/100 rounds stove piped out of a total of 23 failing to eject. The extractor definitely needs to be redesigned it barely wants to grip even when it was out of the box. I would also look into finding a new manufacturer of the magazines, turkey is cheap but the 25rnd really is as bad as they say. The trigger is okay, for what it is. Form: Its a very pretty gun, got good weight and the grips fits my hand very nicely. The Ekol logos are not bad quality there isnt any flaking, discoloration or any general wear at all. There is a very noticeable about 1/8in gap between the mag and the mag well though. I am not a huge fan of the frame mounted safety its not very ergonomic and frankly in an odd position, does not reflect on semi automatic models. Its something I can get past from but I would've personally preferred a functioning not faux safety on the slide. The slide mounted safety has been a point of contention for me as I notice it'll occasionally dig into my hand as I'm trying to rack the slide and wear wise thats not only part on the gun really with the edges having their paint start to come off. Overall the better purchase is most likely the semi automatic version but the full auto does make up for it when properly feeding. I would look into improving the extractor and improving the magazine design if not using a different manufacturer, they're Turkish mags so it really is hit or miss.