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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
By Ryan2466 from USA on 2009-07-31 13:43:42Things I liked:If you get the Wood grips, there will only be one peace of plastic left on the entire pistol! Thats the Grip release button... who cares. This thing is scary accurate, i can easly pick off cans at 60ft with oppen sights, on the bend of a river where the wind is wipping. It's just amazing, i cant stop holding and shooting it lol. I usally just tell people this is a Real Beretta. The CO2 version. Then all i usally hear is, "Oooo. Very nice!"
Things I would have changed:I Bought my wood grips seporate. Im very dissapointed in the Checkering, clearly looks like it was done with a dull blade! As a result of the dull cutting blade some of the checkers are compleetly gone!! With a $80 price tag ($30 MORE than wood grips for 9mm bretta!) i'm expecting nothing but PERFICT grips! so thies are getting RMA'd asap!
What others should know:my gun came COMPLEETLY UNLUBRICATED! i fought with the leavers for the first 10 clips thinking it would break in.. no.. i went to radioshack picked up there Precsion Lubricator for 3 bucks, pulled the 5 screws, cracked oppen just enough lube the moving parts with the needle tip... The gun a pleasure to opperate now. Fantastic product!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Donald from USA on 2011-07-02 17:18:23Things I liked:I liked the heft and feel of the gun. Used my bore laser sight checker and it was right on. The quality seems better than most of the other air guns I've purchased. The design and fit is better than the 'under' $100 guns I've purchased. It actually has metal ammunition clips. Slack to squeeze is good.
Things I would have changed:Better quality control is needed. I purchased the air gun for an upcoming weekend event, but will have to wait another two weekends to use it. The gas from the CO2 cylinder could not reach the firing chamber. Was told by technical and sales support I had a Monday morning lemon. I'm still not very happy about the outcome. They allowed me to trade it in - which I did, but rather than wait two weeks, I've ordered a second gun as well - we'll see. It that doesn't work out you count on hearing from me. I hope the quality of case it came in is not equal to quality of cases provided in general by Pyramyd AIR. Thickness of the vinyl in this case is too thin - it will not last very long. I suspect the trigger is made of plastic - if so, I doubt it will probably not last long.
What others should know:The finish is not chrome as advertised, but rather more like stainless steel. The appearance of the gun is fairly realistic, but not to one who is familiar with the handgun. There was a few minor defects in the molding of the frame and slide - minor, but were there to my eyes. Don't know how it will shoot, at least not until I get the replacement in - another 2 weeks, I guess.