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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
By Neil from USA on 2010-05-28 14:13:01Things I liked:I bought this air pistol as a trainer for my S&W Model 41 rimfire I use for Bullseye. It's about as close as I could find and possibly more accurate. I can easily shoot dime size groups resting on a hard surface at 10 meters and no doubt will do better after I find the right pellets. There is no detectable recoil and it's very quiet. I was concerned about the power but It has more power than my CO2 Colt 1911 by Umerax. In fact it has enough power to knock over my Gamo Squirrel target while my Colt does not. I shot at the bottom of an empty tuna can at 50 ft and it put a large dent but would not penetrate. It has enough power to comfortably shoot bullseye target at 50ft which is all the power I need. It's also great for plinking tin cans and metallic silhouette. It's not a hunting pistol however. The workmanship is top quality. It's also lighter than I expected. The trigger is about as good as they get. Better than my rimfire target pistol.
Things I would have changed:The rail is a bit large for mounting red dots. I did manage to mount an 11mm red dot but I had to back out the screws a ways. The grip is not as comfortable as it looks. I would like to remove some metal from the grip under the trigger or make the grip wider to cover it up. The grip is too short for my hand. Perhaps a longer grip would solve this problem. I might make a custom grip for it.
What others should know:This air pistol will make all your other air pistols obsolete. It's very addicting and hard to put down.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Josh from USA on 2014-12-12 05:57:28Things I liked:Quality of construction, it is an exceptionally nice pistol! Accuracy is top notch, I can quite easily shoot 22lr shell casings at 7 yards. The grip is VERY comfortable.
Things I would have changed:The trigger. The reason for 4 stars here is the trigger. Until this week I would have given 5 stars but now I have a HW40 (Beeman P3) and the trigger on it is much better. The HW75 uses the hammer in the trigger mechanism and this means that the trigger can only be so good. I have adjusted it to be more like the HW40, but its just not. The trigger is "squishier" and not as crisp as the HW40. It also could benefit from an over travel adjustment screw. The pistol could also be easier to cock. Its not God awful, but its a far cry from a breeze after a few hours.
What others should know:Buy the HW40. Your paying twice as much for aluminum and wood. Don't get me wrong it is NICE! However, I find myself picking up the 40 over the 75 due to the trigger. If flash is important to you, the 75 wont disappoint and don't get me wrong, its a fantastic pistol with exceptional build quality, and superb accuracy, but it doesn't shoot any better than the 40 and the 40 has a much nicer trigger.