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List Price $120.00, Orig.Price $99.95 Save $20.00 (20%)
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Things I liked:I like that it is a nearly identical copy of the Bersa BP9CC, and has some heft to it, especially for how small it is. The 2 pound trigger pull is great and the break is smooth. Even though it is not a full blowback, the partial blowback action is cool. I also like that the barrel is recessed. After breaking in it shoots a fairly decent group at 5 yards, but not much further, and it gets about 100 or so rounds per Co2.
Things I would have changed:Adjustable sights would have been nice, especially in this price range, and they need to use better paint for the white dots, the front dot flaked off within a few minutes of taking it out of the box. I also with the print was not in white on the slide. Had it been on the polymer like some other ASG models it would have been easier to remove, but because it was on the metal I did end up scratching it a bit which leads me to the next point. The paint on the slide could be a lot better, it scratches way to easy.
What others should know:It takes about 300 rounds to break in so be patient. I about freaked at first when it was hitting about 1.5 inches high and to the right at first at only 10 ft, but after breaking in it narrowed in nicely. Aside from the gun, Pyramid Air is a great company with outstanding executive management and customer service.
Things I liked:Nice trigger pull, compact, nice feel in the hand and good weight. Recessed barrel is actually black and not silver or copper coloured like many guns, which adds to the authenticity.
Things I would have changed:The mag jiggles a bit when its in the gun and anyone with average to big size hands will probably have the bottom of their palm resting on it. It throws me off concentration sometimes and makes me feel like I have to readjust my grip (I do tend to grip tightly). It isn't the biggest deal and I'm pretty much use to it now.
What others should know:If safety is on and you creep up on the trigger a BB will fall out. Once you remove the mag, clear the breach and dry fire the round, then you can reinsert the mag and with the safety off you can creep up on the trigger again.
Things I liked:Right out of the box this pistol was extremely accurate. I carry a Bersa BP9CC as my off duty/cc weapon and this pellet gun is more accurate than my Bersa 9mm version at a distance of 25 ft. It also feels and looks identical to my 9mm (love the blow back). Hats off to ASG. They did a remarkable job duplicating my 9mm in a pellet version. This state police officer whole heartedly reccomends this pistol to anyone carrying the 9mm version who wants to build a muscle memory with a cost effective pellet version. Even if you don't have a 9mm Bersa and just want an accurate pellet pistol that feels good in the hand, this is your pistol. I set up a range in my basement and it saves me trips to my gun club.
Things I would have changed:If I had to knit pick, the only minor flaw is the trigger pull. It's a little gritty and stiff. I'm hoping it will improve with break-in (I've only shot 3 magazines so far). My 9mm Bersa version has one of the smoothest triggers I've felt and it's around 3-4 lbs.
What others should know:My first purchase from Pyramid and I plan to give them more business. I also bought a Umarex copy of a Walther PPK. It's the closest thing I could find to the Bersa 380 Thunders my wife and daughter carry. Much better trigger, but not as accurate as this ASG Bersa copy. Thanks to the ammo shortage, I started experimenting with pellet guns. They've come a long way from the lever action daisy I shot as a kid. I think .22 cal pellet rifle will be my next purchase.
Compatible with ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Pistol