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|Max Velocity||350 fps|
|Trigger Pull||4.0 lbs|
Things I liked: I really like the style and fit of the handgun itself. Its well balanced and weighted feel, as well as the blowback action, make this a dynamite substitute for practice in your own home and/or back yard. No worries concerning neighbors (as long as you are careful and mindful)or police.Pretty darn accurate once you adapt to the sites.Big bang for the buck though. I like some of the other blowbacks but they get into stupid money.I mean if I'm to spend $200-300 I'm buying a used 9mm firearm over a bb/pellet pistol!This weapon is extremely inexpensive for the quality that you get. Highly recommend it.
Things I would have changed: The sites take a little getting use to like any firearm, but could be made adjustable perhaps. I would prefer full metal magazine yet if you are careful and not harried this should be a none issue.If possible I would like to see more muzzle velocity.
What others should know: When first sighting in your target, look over the site a hair at your intended, then lower your weapon a touch while you line up the dots. This seems to lessen those too high/low and too left/right shots closing the grouping of your shots. Breath and take your time to squeeze off a shot. Never jerk a trigger, especially this one.
Things I liked: The kit comes with everything you need to start with, Glasses CO2 and Bb's. The compact size of the PRO77 is a plus, it's small. But it fits in an adult hand. Right off the bat I was impressed with the blowback this one offers, there is a decent amount of force behind it while not being so overpowering that it sucks up all the CO2 just for that. The slide is all metal, also something I liked. To fire just pull back the slide or cock the hammer. Pulling the trigger produces a crisp clean feel, the slide does indeed blow back as claimed. A thing I really liked is that when the slide locks back from the clip running out it will keep the user from firing co2 shots. Slip in another magazine, and either use the slide release or pull the slide back, it will drop in place and be ready to go again. on a single CO2 I managed to get around 4-5 magazines of bb's. Not too bad, especially with it having the blowback feature.
Things I would have changed: The magazines themselves are all plastic. I dislike this, it feels cheap and as if it would break. The CO2 loading bay was an interesting design, but I dislike the method. A slotted screw head is used to keep it in place. I am used to the method that most use now of the turn key built in. It's not a major problem, Just something that takes a bit of getting used to. I would like if it came with more then 350 bb's. I ran out fast!
What others should know: This package is a great deal. it's not much more expensive then just the bb pistol alone, and a much better bargain. You will want extra clips and a lot of bb's, and I do recommend pellgun oil to keep your seals good for many years to come. Overall this kit will not dissappoint.
Things I liked: This is a great bb repeater. Small, it's similar to an XD in terms of subcompact. this is a bb repeater with it all. The CO2 is hidden convienently inside the handle, the clip covers that. The blowback action is very nice, and it has a working hammer. The kit was worth it, only 2 dollars more gives you 350 bb's, 2 CO2 cartridges and a pair of safety goggles. it's worth the 2 dollars alone for the twin CO2 cartridges. Performance wise this bb repeater will not disappoint. It fired shot after shot without fail, in chilly temps I managed to shoot off a total of 4 clips worth of bb's, 68 shots before I noticed it was dropping. once it starts dropping the slide refuses to kick but then it's time to change. It's not difficult, turn the screw drop it out and load a new one in. There are a few things that would have been nice if different, but not enough to knock off any stars.
Things I would have changed: The clips are all plastic. It gives them a light, cheap feel. The turn screw is, decidedly different. While this is not a bad thing it is an actual screw, I didn't have a screwdriver around I made do with the flat end of a box cutter. It would be nice if it was the more traditional method of a thumb screw, but that would require an entire redesign. Again for me these are not worth docking stars for.
What others should know: Overall this is a very excellent bb repeater. I did not rate it's accuracy, when I tested it was almost dark so I really couldn't see my target. However I was too busy popping off bb's to care. Buy extra clips, You'll need them and get plenty of CO2. Averaging 68 shots in a cold day isn't bad. If you're looking for a good bb repeater with a bundle package you can't go wrong.
why is there a replacement piercing pin sold on this site for this gun? Is it because the system doesnt seal the co2 cartriges really well or is it because the seal brakes easily?
None of the above, it is just one of the various replacement parts we offer.
|Max Velocity||350 fps|