Things I liked:The Walther CP99 BB pistol has a good weight balance. The magazine is very easy to discharge and reload. Things I would have changed:Adjustable sights would probably help the accuracy of this pistol. The gun tends to shoot a little low and slightly off center. More than one BB tends to shoot out of the barrel at times. The first time I fired this pistol, four BBs shot out of the barrel at once. What others should know:If you twist up the brass retaining screw too tight, you will not be able to rotate the floorplate. Purchasing a compatible speedloader makes this pistol much easier and faster to load. For rapid fire, double-action mode is a little better; for more accuracy, try single-action. Firing the pistol with low CO2 pressure can cause pellets to get stuck in the barrel. Do not over-cock the gun; this can result in several BBs being discharged at once. Overall, I would recommend this BB pistol for someone who is just getting into plinking.
Things I liked:The Walther CP99 nickel has a realistic weight to it, almost
similar to a real pistol. Great for target shooting. The accuracy is
definitely improved from the BB version. The nickel finish makes this
pistol as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional. Things I would have changed:Like the BB version, adjustable sights would be a definite improvement.
The pistol tends to shoot low at times. Due to this, you sometimes have to
aim a little above your target to get a direct shot. I also found it slightly
difficult to remove the interchangeable back strap. What others should know:If you twist up the brass retaining screw too tight you will not be able
to rotate the floorplate by turning it counterclockwise toward POWER, and the CO2 cartridge will not pierce. Firing the pistol with low CO2 pressure can cause pellets to get stuck in the barrel. Pellets have to be loaded head first into the chambers of the rotary magazine. I enjoyed shooting this pistol and would definitely recommend it to anyone who is a fan of plinking.