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Average Customer Review4.0 (7 reviews)
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Things I liked:This gun will take awhile to get used to.Read the manual!If you take the time to work with this gun,..shooting will be a much more rewarding experience.The rotary bb magazine can be frustrating,but using the pellet magazine is very easy.The trigger pull is very hard when using the bb mag.after breaking it in,and oiling,the performance improved.The type of pellet you choose is very important!..make sure to get the right size and fit!The accuracy is fair/good.This is a very different type of gun,and that's one of the reasons I purchased it,...at first I thought I'd made a mistake,but continue to give this gun a chance!it's worth the effort,and time.It's now one of my favorite pistols!It's very realistic in feel and weight,different barrel design is like no other pistol!all in all,..a fun gun to shoot.
Things I would have changed:the trigger pull could be lighter/smoother.Figure out a way to remove bb mag easier when switching mags from bb to pellet.
What others should know: This is NOT a gun beginning air gunners should start with.Way to many design differences!
Things I liked:This is very unique and interesting pistol. The gun is super but read the Manual. This is made in the Baikal factory right next to real firearms. The materials are high quality. You wont be disappointed.
Things I would have changed:Nothing, the Replica is expertly engineered.
What others should know:The top slide can get scratched by the lock lever over time. Aluminum Black by Birchwood Casey fixes that.
Things I liked:100 BB repeater and has a good feel and weight, BUT...........
Things I would have changed:Dropped the extra cash on this pistol because I was excited about it being a 100 bb repeater, but while the magnetic loader in the magazine is cool it's anything but smoothe. My biggest complaint is the trigger. It's ridiculous. the first 2/3rds of your trigger squeeze rotates and loads the magazine then the rest of the squeeze to fire is so tough you CANNOT keep the pistol straight. I had a $25 Daisy CO2 single shot pistol with me the whole time I was testing out the Baikal and had more fun with it due to the frustrating features of this almost $200 air pistol. I returned it and got the Walther P99 Compact with laser site for under $100 and I love that airgun. The Baikal is totally not the purchase to make when you can get 2 air pistols for the same money.
What others should know:My biggest complaint is the trigger. It's ridiculous.
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