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Things I liked:i like the feel of the gun in my hand the sights are excellent .they can be adjusted if nessary easy to load i fired this right out of the box made a bullseye very nice to shoot
Things I would have changed:refine trigger pul and hammer pull although i feel it will improve with use
What others should know:great price i do plan on another m&p .cant go wrong with PYRAMYD AIRexcellent dealer walter
Things I liked:It's a real, live, honest to goodness revolver. That is enough reason to buy. Thirty years ago I spend part of a summer learning to shoot PCP. 600+ rounds a day, for a month or a liitle more, all through a wheelgun. Revolvers have a special place in my heart.
Things I would have changed:The pistol is far too light. The weight is concentrated in the handle and the pistol is light at the muzzle. While the plastic is very sturdy about another pound of gun would be appreciated. The rear sight is a "V" express sight that takes some getting used to. I'm shooting way better with it now, but it was tough going at first. The cylinder release has to be pushed gingerly when the "full moon clip" containing the BBs is loaded. The release hits the BB clip and makes opening the cylinder difficult.
What others should know:It's a real revolver. The trigger pull is classic Colt, stacking at the last little bit of pull. I prefer that system as it allows you to shoot accurately in double action. Just pull the trigger all the way through until it stacks, check your sight alignment, add a little pressure and you're there. The pull seems fairly short and not too heavy to me. If the pistol was just another pound heavier the pull would by perfect. The pistol is very quiet for a CO2 pistol. It seems to go easy on the CO2, I got about 80 shots before the BBs started hitting low. It is fairly accurate at smoothbore barrel BB range. I've been shooting at 16.5 feet and I am pleased with the results. It's been a few years since I shot a revolver extensively, so I'm still getting flyers. I'll take the blame for those. I don't have a lot of technical data to offer. This is a fun gun and well built for the price. If Umarex offered it a pound heavier and in .22 caliber with a rifled barrel I would pay double or triple the price for that gun as well.
Things I liked:This pistol is one of the most accurate replicas in just about every detail. The only difference besides the plastic construction is in the ejector rod where on the real steel it is black, not chrome like this one. This gun has a really nice positive grip and shoots very accurately with the adjustable rear sight. The loudness is quiet enough to shoot in your back yard but loud enough to give that feel that you are shooting a gun. The authenticity of the swing out cylinder and the under barrel picatinny rail make this gun an unbelievable pistol for the money. The hidden CO2 compartment in the grip is a really nice addition with a push button on the butt of the grip to access the CO2 compartment. The addition of metal in the grip adds to the weight which balances the gun nicely and gives the grip a really comfortable feel. I have added a laser to the picatinny rail and this gun is now deadly accurate at 30' and a lot of fun for plinking. Definitely a nice gun to shoot and worth every penny.
Things I would have changed:The trigger pull is a little heavy in double action which hinders the accuracy somewhat, however, in single action is butter smooth and very accurate at 30'. I would like to see spare mags readily available.
What others should know:Trigger pull is a little heavy in double action.
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