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List Price $90.00, Orig.Price $69.95 Save $20.00 (28%)
Earn 50 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||380 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: Light trigger, good grips.
Things I would have changed: Co2 installation is not for the faint of heart. Poor and difficult to operate Co2 locking wheel. BB loading and locking the spring for loading should not require a tool.
What others should know: Gun has a low quality feel (plastic) to it. I have spent quite a bit of time trying to sight in the laser I mounted on it, and it shoots wide spreads. Unless I got a lemon, the gun shots off target with slight changes of Co2 pressure. I do not recommend this gun; I got this for my wife, and it was disappointing.
Things I liked: Everything! Easy to load, very comfortable grip, good weight, sights and accurate. Great value for the money.
Things I would have changed: Nothing!
Things I liked: Everybody who's ever held a CZ pistol knows one thing: it feels right (at least in my experience). The grip pretty much feel like it's made for your hand and only for your hand. It fits just right. And that's the case with this one. It feels just as solid as the actual firearm would, and that with a largely plastic construction. The trigger is pretty good, the double-action pull isn't that long or heavy, but it gets a little snappy before it breaks - but it does so cleanly. The sights are better than I would have expected on something like that, and accuracy is OK.
Things I would have changed: Incorprate a stick magazine. It's pretty annpying to load that thing and with the magazine spring being pretty stiff, it's pretty difficult to ress the follower fully down. I sometimes use the front sight. The thing is too weak! 380 fps sounds just 20 fps shy of 400, but in practics... It's more like a pretty weak excuse of an airgun, performance wise. Yeah, it will pierce soda/beer cans, but the pellets just ricichet off eeverything else. Not usable slide release. That's pretty minor of an issue, but it's pretty annoying - possibly for the first minutes one buys it and tries to use that. You can rack the slide and cock the hammer - and that's pretty much it. A slide release would just be a nice touch, in my opinion
What others should know: It can fire pellets and lead round balls. You just have to single-shot it and use the lightest varieties. Well, using that as a single shot is a pain, but possible; remove the magazine, hold the slide back and carefully insert a pellet through the ejection port. Works most times. But unless it's a really light projectile, it\s going to drop a lot, but it hits harder. Also, never load the damn magazine with lead balls... You're in for a stubborn jam.
Does this pistol cock back?
Does not have blowback.
I just received this pistol. Out of the box it is shooting extremely high. How are the sights adjusted for elevation?
There is no provision for elevation adjustment. That leaves you fairly out of any quick fix. You would need to increase the height of the front sight and as that is built into the slide it would require you to build it up by fastening a properly shaped piece of suitable material to produce the extra height. You might opt to put a laser sight on the rail. but in bright light that may not be visible.
what is that pointed deal in image 6 above this here? I had a .22 rimfire CZ rifle and it was an amazing shooting platform...With a Burris scope, I was hard to beat...too bad my eyes went bluooey!
It is a multi tool for maintenance
|Max Velocity||380 fps|