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Average Customer Review4.5 (31 reviews)
Things I liked:Looks very realistic. Weight and balance is good. This gun fits my hand perfectly and aims naturally. Accuracy is good. Adjustable rear sight is nice feature, but I did not need it. Shoots pellets and BBs. Price. Same platform as the more expensive Umarex mini revolvers at less than 1/3 the price.
Things I would have changed:Better QC.
What others should know:I returned three guns and had to give up. In the first one, both the pellet and BB magazines would jam and not advance - even when empty and after they were doused with oil. In the second one the magazine rotated freely and the DA trigger was smooth and light. Unfortunately it had about 50% less power than the first one, and about 2 out of 8 pellets would fail to discharge from the magazine. The third one was almost the perfect gun- smooth action, good power, very accurate. Unfortunately, there was a quirk in the cartridge seal. The 2 Umarex cartridges that came with the gun worked ok, but Crosman cartridges would not work. I probably could have modified the cartridge seal housing with a dremel, but could not bring myself to violate the warranty on a new gun. Not sure I made the right call. I think this would be a great gun and exceptional value if you get one that works.
Things I liked:Value-oriented gun. Hard to ding it for ANYTHING based on the price-to-quality ratio. Rifled barrel = very good accuracy at 25 feet (length of my basement range). I only use pellets -- read on another site that use of BB's in a rifled barrel will reduce life span. And yes, I do get an occasional jam, which is typically due to a loose-fitting pellet in the mag. It's a quick fix, and in my opinion doesn't warrant knocking a star -- or two -- off the rating. And I would agree that the double action pull takes some getting use to. But it's not intolerable, and when you can use single action, why worry about it? I'm slightly amused by those people that buy an air gun to try and simulate (for practice purposes) the actual weapon, and then give 1 star because it didn't do the job. C'mon, this gun can be purchased for as little as 40 bucks -- try and get a new M&P 45 ACP for under 600 bucks. Factor in the cost of operating the powder burner, and I don't know how anyone can complain.
Things I would have changed:Thumb screw for CO2 loading could be metal.
Things I liked:Accuracy, mine was/is a nail driver
Things I would have changed:I have about six/seven rotary magazines. At first it shot well, but now jams frequently ( I have tried several different brands of pellets). Pellets cock or partially come out of mags. Double action trigger (at 8 pounds) is deplorable. Single action at 5 is acceptable.
What others should know:I purchased this to supplement my powder burner practice, but this doesn't really do it. Because of the 8 pound trigger pull, accurate multiple shots is unlikely. I wish I knew of a simulated striker fire blow back with a realistic trigger pull that was reliable. I don't want a TOY I want something I can get realistic practice that will save my life, when I go to my powder burner.
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