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Average Customer Review4.0 (27 reviews)
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Things I liked:This is a very good copy of the 1930 Mauser. Except that it is not full auto. The gun is a little light compared to the real pistol. The gun handles well both one handed and if a two hand grip is used. Very accurate I get quarter sized groups once I figured out the sight picture, Blow back is crisp but very fast.
Things I would have changed:It would cost a lot more but a full metal version with a working full auto position would be even more fun to shoot. Include a spare magazine it would fit in the box nicely. The loading process is slow but no worse then then my old Crossman 357 trooper pellet gun.
What others should know:Buy a spare Magazine, This pistol is very fun to shoot, The loading process is slow,
Things I liked:Action works like the real Firearm
Things I would have changed:A metal receiver and finish the slot in the back and make available a shoulder stock You might want to even make a select fire model semi & full Also a Carbine model would be nice with an 8 inch barrel forgrip and rifle stock
What others should know:Only Use New Co2 in this pistol if You have older Co2 it may not cycle
Things I liked:The heft, the feel in the hand. It has a fast and snappy blowback, but it is mild compared to some other CO2 BB pistols with blowback. The trigger is pretty good, with a short, light first stage followed by a short, crisp medium weight second stage. The accuracy from 25 feet or less is very good compared with most other BB pistols, especially if you brace it with your off hand grasping the magazine. It is slightly less loud than other CO2 BB guns. Loading BBs is easy and straightforward. I'm still on the first CO2 powerlet and I've probably already shot it 60 times, so for a blowback pistol, it is economical on the gas. Speaking of gas, this is a GAS to shoot. A great plinker.
Things I would have changed:Even though I am VERY experienced with CO2 powerlets and did everything properly, the pistol did lose maybe 10 percent of the gas as I tightened the twist screw to charge the gun. I have done this only once so far with this pistol, but I have a strong feeling this will be the case each time.
What others should know:Much of it is durable plastic, but it does not look or feel like plastic. It looks and feels like the real thing. Eventually I think I will purchase two more of the BB/CO2 magazines. They are expensive, but by the time you've gone through a magazine of BBs, the gun is cold enough that changing out the mag for a warm one would improve the performance. The CO2 stays in the magazine when you take the unit out for reloading BBs, and waiting ten minutes for everything to warm up as you shoot with the other mags and then reload with more BBs should eliminate much of the "cold gun" problem associated with CO2.
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Compatible with Legends C96 CO2 BB Pistol