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By jesse from USA on 2011-02-01 10:21:40Things I liked:pretty accurate for a non-rifled barreled bb pistol. hits soda cans at 25 feet easily and in the spot you aim within about 1" to an 1.5". at least mine did. 380fps power is plenty, punched right through two soda cans back to back at 25ft. and didn't knock them over. just shredded holes through them and kept going until the bb hit the backstop 10 feet behind it. working slide is nice, helps with proper grip for using real firearms, and keeping your thumb out of the way. decently built. very conservative on co2. i got around 80 shots out of a cylinder, which included me rapid firing a bunch of them. also included me letting the pistol sit charged for a couple of hours in between firings, and when loading it orginally, not being too quick and letting some of the gas escape, more than i would have liked. plus looks like a scaled back glock 19. grip angle is similar to an actual glock.
Things I would have changed:not much, works and works well. slightly lower price would be nice though. maybe get license right from glock to label it as such.
What others should know:a little loud, for heavy suburban shooting, which is where i live. neighbor complained, but in fairness i live in an almost zero lot line setup, and the neighbor who complained is a tightwad and anti-gun of any kind type of person, and he was outside and thought it was a nail gun initially. we have a restriction on power tools beofre 8am, and iw as shooting at 8:15am. anyways, you get the concept.... ymmw. still is a bit loud, but not as loud as a crosman c11 for comparison. magazine availability is a problem also. impossible to find, at least at the time i am writing this review. if you like to pre-load mulitiple magazines and shoot targets, this could be a problem for you. something to consider. other than those, this gun is fun and decently accurate. sure it won't match professional target guns accuracy, but it's a bb pistol and pretty good for that. also the 380fps, while i didn't chrono mine, i think it's plenty of power and shooting a 480fps crosman at the same time as this one back and forth i couldn't tell the power difference in 25ft. range. both punched through soda cans and shredded them. shooting rats or pests the power will show i am sure, but for targets and soda cans....i couldn't tell any difference.
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By Evan from Canada on 2013-06-12 17:39:37Things I liked:Feel weight and realism
Things I would have changed:I would change the blow back system for sure, they should have made it real, (the blowback would put a bb in the chamber. all it is, is a co2 port facing backwards that meets up with a seal that is on the slide, so when you pull the trigger co2 puts a bb out the barrel and pushes back the slide from the back facing port. A little cheesy if you ask me. also the mag could have been designed better. the trigger pull is VERY hard.
What others should know:My gun that I had purchased must have been very poorly made. The seal for the blowback right away broke, and fell off. I glued it back on and it sort of worked. Another thing is the magazine, the top metal spring loaded peice that keeps the bbs in until they enter the chaber quickly wore down, so my bbs would fly every where one I released the spring at the bottom. I had also tried to fix that with superglue but only lasted a short time. My trigger was EXTREMLY hard and not consisntant.