Things I liked:I have 9, 15 round clip and without this I think I would sell the gun. It takes a bit to get used to but after you get the hang of it I can load all 9 clips in less than a minute. A very good product and I am happy someone came up with the idea. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Take you time a figure out how it works, don't force it, remove the clip and try again. Sometimes BB's get jammed. Once you get how to use it you will not understand how you could do without it
Things I liked:I have a very accurate CP88 with a scope and these inexpensive pellets are as accurate as any I have tried. Very good price and design. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:I have not tested at more than approx 20 feet. but deadly accurate at that range so I can't comment on greater distances. But since I got the scope I will be testing them at further distance targets.
Things I liked:I like the power and it is accurate. With ordinary average 7gr pellets it doesn't even make the 500ft/sec mark, shoots about 40ft/s faster than my CP88 comp. Things I would have changed:I would stop advertising it as a 560ft/s gun because it isn't unless you use the lightest pellet you can find 4gr or so What others should know:My Walther / Umarex Cp88 Competition fires those pellets at (PBA Platinum ) @ 560 ft/s. I looked on your website a while back ( anything on website can be changed in seconds ) amd was impressed by your claim of 560ft/s
I am am Engineer and looked all over the sites at that time, well over a month ago( as did others ) to find out what what pellet was used in the tests to come up with you 560/ft/s. and could find no information on the website what pellet was used.
Like I said my CP88 shoots lightweight pellets at well over 500Ft/s so if a lightweight pellet was used to make your 560ft/s I would not be interested in buying it as my Walther has a 6 inch barrel and your PT85 has over 12 inches of barrel and doesn't shoot that much faster.
So with my engineering background I figure the greater velocity was due to the
increase ( over 6 inches ) in barrel length which made sense to me.
Just to make sure I emailed the shop I bought it from and asked them about it and they told me they don't test the guns and I should contact Gamo if I wanted the information.
I contacted GamoUSA and recieved this message "All our guns are tested with a standard 7-8 gr. pellet" which has proved to be a bald faced lie, possibly intended to make a sale as I explained why I wanted to know.