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|Max Velocity||350 fps|
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Things I liked: definitely get the ultra over the other version. i bought the other first and then tried to do some cleaning and now cannot get it back together. this wont matter for most. either way, the mag and co2 in one piece adds to the feel for me. but mostly it's the slide lock that does it for me. the gun is small enough that it is easy to use your thumb to release the slide in a satisfying passive motion. while unloaded if you are one who enjoys toying with empty airguns - i do
Things I would have changed: plastic grips and the way the screw for the co2 protrudes, of course the trigger but what can you expect. metal hammer and wood grips. lighter. metal trigger accuracy x1000. short barrel flings bbs all over. shoot short range
What others should know: just get this version. dont save the 20. unless its for someone else..ha dont expect accuracy. for the price, unless youre a collector or like the small size, i'd go up to 100usd and get an all metal gun or a gamo pt-25 or 85 those pack some punch
Things I liked: Overall the weight of the pistol is great. It is a nice "heft" to it. The accuracy iis not bad either. I have fired several magazines thru the pistol w\o problem one.
Things I would have changed: The grips. The seem a little cheesy for such a pistol. Might raise the cost a little but would make for a better feel and look to the pistol.
What others should know: This is a fun pistol to shoot. Buy extra magazines and BBS.
Things I liked: Great little collector piece especially if you own an actual Makarov. The weight and feel blowback features are the closest you can get to the real thing. I can now shoot without the hassle of trying to find 9x18 Mak rounds.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Some people claim that bb's roll out of the barrel. I had this happen to me but I had copper clad lead bb's in it and since the bb pickup in the pistol is magnetic I can see that happening. I had no incidences like that with steel bb's.
This bares a striking similarity to the Gletcher PM1951. Is this it's predecessor by any chance?
I had a similar pistol, the Walther PPK, which would allow BB's to roll out the barrel if you were shooting at a down angle. So aiming at a can, I slowly squeeze the trigger and plop a BB rolls out and hits the ground. Does this pistol have the same issue?
Can I shot with a 4.5 plastics bb? and Is this model available in France? and Is this model available in France?
No, those BBs will not work. This airgun shoots 5.1 grain metal BBs. We are able to ship this item to France however, it is still recommended that you check with Customs before ordering.
|Max Velocity||350 fps|