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|Max Velocity||375 fps|
|Trigger Action||Double-action and single-action|
Things I liked: gun holds a group pretty good if I could get it on the target I would like it better, more my eyes being out of wack than the gun
Things I would have changed: being able to adjust the sights would make a big plus the little plastic nut flap is a pain to secure your co2
What others should know: I put oil on both ends of the co2 helps the seal as well as making tightening it a lot easier
Things I liked: SA/DA, accuracy, number of shots per cartridge - I had 210 before accuracy started to suffer. Better than any of the other 3 CO2 pistols I have as far as number of shots - I have Walther CP88, Colt Defender, S&W M&P. This Beretta has less power than the S&W M&P but with DA/SA is as much fun for plinking. The removable magazine for ammo and CO2 is a nice touch. Much easier on the wallet for practice than my 9MM.
Things I would have changed: Have Extra Magazines available. I'm sure once available Pyramyd will have them.
What others should know: Fits really well in the Crosman Elite holster. Shipping was fast - as usual for Pyramyd. I remain impressed with Pyramyd's selection and customer service, and the website is over the top as far as user friendly. Keep up the good work.
Things I liked: Style. It looks like a 92F/M9. Accuracy. It can hit where I aim at pistol range in both single action and double action, (once one is used to the feel of the trigger). Price. No complaints here. It is worth what it cost. Internal magazine. The only way to go for an automatic pistol.
Things I would have changed: Blow back it is not. No need for the single action mechanism. It is superfluous. Smoother trigger feel. One can become accustomed to the feel of the trigger and then it it not so much of an issue. The plastic ring on the bottom of the magazine seems weak and may require care to prevent it from breaking off.
What others should know: For the price, there can be no real complaints. This is a fine plinker and rather accurate for having the trigger feel that it does. I did not expect it to have any weight to it. It is light. A nice piece overall.
Will this work with lead BB's, or does it require steel?
Steel bb's only.
Who sells extra magazines?
There are no extra magazines sold separately at this time, that's the only drawback to me purchasing this pistol, you get 1 mag and if that breaks your SOL.
Does the blowback operation actually cock the hammer on this pistol?
This is not a blow back pistol.
|Max Velocity||375 fps|