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Average Customer Review5 (18 reviews)
Things I liked:Gun is a direct replica or the real gun.It has a good weight to it.None of the schematics that are there work they are molded in.
Things I would have changed:The magazine clip on mines it came loose and all the bbs just shoot up after relasing the tab.Its not blowback,but would be awesome if they made one.None of the schematics that are there work they are molded in.
What others should know:Gun shoots straight outta the box.60-80 rds before co2 needs a change
Things I liked:Excellent value (far less expensive than other pellet pistols), realistic replica of M&P 45, great training pistol, accurate, single / double action, shoots bb's and pellets, great feel
Things I would have changed:larger capacity magazine, lighter double action trigger pull, should be able to shoot pointed hunting pellets
What others should know:Don't hesitate, lots of 'bang for the buck', money well spent!!!
Things I liked:Umarex is to be commended for the level of detail in this gun. It looks very much like the actual M&P 45 firearm. Although the exterior is mostly polymer plastic, it still has a good comfortable weight and feel when held and fired. This gun shoots well in both double action and single action even though the double action trigger pull is a little hard and long. My accuracy with a variety of pellets was good with clusters of 1 to 2 inches while shooting freestanding in my basement range at about 15 feet from muzzle to target. The gun itself is probably more accurate than that. My hands were a little unsteady. Using both Umarex Walther CO2 and Crosman CO2, I got a total of 104 good power shots. I was able to get an additional 8 low power shots, but I had to move in closer to the target for those.
Things I would have changed:Lighten-up the double action trigger. I would also like to see a blowback version of the S&W M&P 45 with a pellet magazine similar to the one used in the Beretta PX4 Storm.
What others should know:Since most reviewers don't talk about the specific pellets they used, I am going to. The following pellets were successfully shot from this gun. The wadcutter pellets were Crosman Premier Super Match, RWS Meisterkugeln Rifle, RWS Meisterkugeln Pistol, JSB Match Diabolo Light Weight, H&N Match Pistol, and H&N Sport. The domed pellets were Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum, RWS Superdome, H&N Field Target Trophy, and JSB Exact Diabolo. The pointed pellets were Crosman Premier Super Point, RWS Superpoint, and H&N Spitzkugel. All of these fit well in the rotary magazine. Out of the 10 rotary magazines I currently have, I have found only about 1 in which the Crosman domed and Crosman pointed pellets are too snug to shoot well.