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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
By RobertM. from USA on 2012-10-23 13:10:05Things I liked:Let's see...Looks good, feels good, shoots good...and it price is VERY good...what's there NOT to like? It's as though someone married a PPQ to an XD Compact...nice design. Easy acess to CO2, drop-free magazine, and some nice textured ABS fills out the bill here.
Things I would have changed:Like to see a 3-dot sight or even a "straight-eight". They only have one dot on the front blade. But it WILL hit what you aim it at.
What others should know:A very accurate pistol for the cost - Tears up cans and punches paper with ease! If you liked the Umarex M&P, you're definitely going to like the XBG.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Steve from USA on 2013-02-24 18:49:33Things I liked:Very close in size and feel to a Springfield XD. Easy to use clip, with mag release in XD location. Great gun for training. Shots per CO2 is silly. Almost too much. Have 90 to 100 BBs ready at 54 degrees. Fits OK in XD hosters.
Things I would have changed:Weight, it's just so light it feels like a toy. Trigger, about 150 lbs pull, but you can feel the break between the reload and release. Accuracy is not a reason to by this gun, but it's good enough to hit you trap. For the money it's hard to complain.
What others should know:Fun little gun, nice for XD trainer or plinking cans. Cheap to buy and cheaper to shoot.