JF 1911 Kimber Warrior Manual Gel Blaster

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JF 1911 Kimber Warrior Manual Gel Blaster



John Wick’s (Keanu Reeves) Kimber Warrior handgun from Chad Stahelski’s action sequel John Wick: Chapter 2. Pulled back into the criminal underworld to repay a debt, legendary assassin John Wick found himself targeted for permanent retirement. John Wick met with The Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne), who issued him a Kimber 1911, .45 ACP.

  • Brand: JianFeng
  • Model: 1911 Kimber Warrior
  • Release Date: April 2021
  • Type: Manual/ Single Shot/ Spring Powered
  • 1:1 Scale
  • High Quality ABS Construction
  • Full Black Colour Scheme with Reflective Slide
  • 20mm Rail Under Barrel for Tactical Accessories
  • Internal Hopper Design
  • Hopper Capacity: Approx 20 Gel Balls
  • Uses 7-8mm Gel Balls


  • Up to 145 Feet Per Second
  • Up to 15m Firing Distance
  • 1 Shot Per Pull Back of Slide

Package Includes:

  • 1 x 1911 Kimber Warrior Gel Blaster

***Please note: This Product does NOT include gel balls. Gel Balls must be purchased separately.

Gel Ball Hydration 101



  1. Pack of Gel Balls
  2. Bucket
  3. Water

Gel ball / water ratio:

  • 10,000 pack / 4L water
  • 5,000 pack / 2L water
  • 500 pack / 200ml water


Step 1: Empty gel ball pack into bucket.

Step 2: Fill bucket with water (more is better).

Step 3: Allow gel balls to soak for 6 hours minimum! (Overnight recommended)

 Your gel balls are now ready to use.

Storage: Up to 2 weeks in an airtight container away from sunlight. For best results, store in water and strain when needed.

Additional information

Weight .150 kg
Dimensions 25 × 19 × 5 cm





1 review for JF 1911 Kimber Warrior Manual Gel Blaster

  1. ryleytiger (verified owner)

    even for the price its kind of shitty. fell apart the second I pulled it back. front spring flew out and so did the front. however. it doesn’t seem to need it to function. shoots well enough. the gels exploded on impact in a funny way. when it fired them.

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