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|Max Velocity||410 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action only|
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Things I liked: Unique: There's not a lot of inexpensive CO2 guns like this with all of the customization options that the T.A.C. has. Fun: There's just some simple silly fun in letting all of those BB's go flying into tin cans, plastic bottles, or clay targets in a hurry. This little carbine can do it fast and reasonably accurate in a plinking setting. Lots of accessory rails: You could go wild with mounting stuff on this thing! Economical: The price is cheap and well worth the small expense for the fun this provides.
Things I would have changed: Sights: The actual sights are terrible to the point of being useless. The perspective is all off due to the distance between the front and rear sights, the distance to your eyes, and the fact that neither front nor rear have fiber optics, so for me the sights were easy to blend in to dark targets (on top of already fighting my eyes wanting to blur out either the front or rear depending on my focus). You need to budget for a red dot ASAP. Noise: My example was louder than every other CO2 or spring piston gun I have. In my neighborhood, it's fine due to my next door neighbors knowing what's going on and being 100% ok with it (it's still quieter than his hot rod he tinkers with, or the other neighbor's motorcycle he tunes so often), despite the nicer area we're in. However, if noise is a concern for you, this will attract attention especially when you fire the whole clip quickly. It's quite loud in my garage shooting range.
What others should know: You buy this little convertible carbine for fun, pure and simple. It will not place shots into the bulls eye well, but it can keep hitting tin cans and water bottles consistently and offer genuine entertainment for anyone who picks it up. My wife got a kick out of it, and I haven't grown tired of it myself. The sights are horrendous and the gun is loud, but is a ton of fun for the money. I'd give it a complete recommendation!
Things I liked: I like the folding stock and forward grip.
Things I would have changed: The gun needs better sights and a more accurate pistol. I'm not sure if I got a bad one or not but all my paper targets looked like a shot gun pattern, just all over the place.
What others should know: I returned the gun after having no luck with the accuracy. I know the gun is cheap but I still expected better accuracy. I used to own a cheap daisy bb c02 gun that had much better accuracy than this thing for less money.
Things I liked: looks cool, lots of options for accessories, fairly accurate, just fun
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: First I want to mention I read a couple reviews elsewhere on this item and both said the gun exploded when it was fired. When I received mine the first thing I did was check the pistol insertion and it was done wrong from the factory. The rail of the pistol should be inserted into the slot in the converter and mine was slid on top. Had I fired it without inserting it properly it would have blown the front off so please inspect before you fire any weapon. I'm sure it was just an oversight and I emailed Umarex about it and they seemed nice. Shooting this gun is very fun especially with a nice red dot and maybe a laser sight. I get decent accuracy but this gun seems to have more fliers than some of my other guns. I like the all metal, easy to load magazine it shares with the beretta elite II. The trigger isn't great it's a little heavy and has a long travel, but the break is crisp. This is because of the way it moves the barrel forward to pick up the BB but it makes it a little less enjoyable than some other guns with smoother triggers.
is this airsoft or a BB gun?
It's a BB gun, NOT airsoft
Semi auto BB gun
Could I fit an S&W M&P in this?
will this come assembled or unassembled?
|Max Velocity||410 fps|