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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
By Kenneth from USA on 2010-06-07 17:56:37Things I liked:Beautiful pistol, accurate to ten meters. Use it to make soda cans dance around the yard and some ten meter target shooting. Good feel in the hand.
Things I would have changed:Weight seems to be a bit heavy. Price seems a bit high.
What others should know:Buy extra magazines, I find that it will shoot eight magazines with good power and accuracy. The gun comes with two magazines
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By thomas from USA on 2010-12-05 08:27:18Things I liked:I have been a firearms owner/collector for 50+ years and own a real Beretta 92 SS that I prefer over most handguns. This CO2 clone is the real deal. It is all metal, except for the grips, feels like a real 92, shoots very well, and is excellent for handgun technique's shooting practice. It shoots about 8 mags B4 I change CO2 carts an it still has good accuracy at 10 yards. Thats 64 shots. Magazine changing is sweet and easy.
Things I would have changed:Should have ordered the wood grips, a good savings over ordering them later.
What others should know:This piece is just too much fun. However, Sights are a bit tough to use on black background targets, like Shoot-N-See. They are all black and hard to differentiate from the target area. I modified my front sight by using a jeweler's rat tail file (round), filed out a notch in the top of the sight and super glued a fiber optic cylindrical sight element from a Ruger 22cal competition pistol to the top of the gun's original sight. Now I have an illuminated (by natural light) front sight that contrasts nicely from the rear black notched sight and has made free hand shooting much more accurate. I just place the lime green bright dot on the bullseye, split it in half with the rear sight, and fill quarter sized circles with 8-16 shots.