Walther P99 pistol with target
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30-day limited warranty
List Price $40.00 Save $17.05 (42%)
Earn 23 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||250 fps|
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Things I liked: nothing
Things I would have changed: a functional magazine
What others should know: this gun's magazine will not hold bb's, when looking at the magazine i immediately noticed that it wasn't going to hold more than 2 bbs, when trying to put more in they just popped out as the spring doesn't work.i wasted $22 on this piece of crap.
Things I liked: With over a foot of snow on the ground and sub-freezing temperatures I've been trapped indoors and suffering from cabin-fever. I have an assortment of CO2 BB pistols and rifles but I'm uncomfortable shooting these in the houses. This spring powered gun was the perfect solution. At 15 feet the accuracy is more than acceptable with the added benefit of not requiring a fuel source. So far I've fired a few hundred shots and the gun is functioning flawlessly. I'm very pleased with the quality and price of this winter toy.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: The included "sticky" target works great.
Things I liked: The P99 is a good looking pistol, no matter what level of accuracy is used in reproducing it. With the magazine in place this pistol is pleasingly heavy in your hand. The blowback action adds to the fun. Walther branding is accurate and appealing.
Things I would have changed: This pistol is not “an exact replica of the legendary P99” as advertised. I purchased mine with a Walther CP99 laser which is meant to specifically fit the P99, and it would not fit properly on this version. It could be pinched in place, but would not fully seat on the rails. Super Glue was the solution here, but I was disappointed at the lack of fit. The BiColor is not an accurate reproduction as both the front and rear sights should be black as well as an additional part of the slide. The advertised hop up system is on the barrel, but there are no instructions on how to remove the slide to get at it, or how to adjust it. Listing these inconsistencies in the product description would be good, but a correct reproduction from Umarex/Walther would be GREAT! The safety switch is small and difficult to work, even after a couple blasts of Crosman Airsoft Lube spray. The metal magazine is where most of the pistol’s heft comes from, and when the magazine is out, the pistol feels like a (durable) toy.
What others should know: Since the “iron” sights on this pistol are not adjustable, a well secured laser with adjustable windage and elevation greatly increase the pistol’s accuracy. AT 25 feet / 8.3 yards, my dialed in laser allowed for good vertical accuracy, but my shaky coffee hands had the barrel waggling too much for tight groupings horizontally. This pistol was quiet enough for me to be able to do some target shooting in the basement after the kids went to bed without disturbing anyone. Acrylic paint pens allowed me to correct the missing black pieces on the slide / sights (NOT THE ORANGE TIP!). Superglue permitted a passable fit for the CP99 laser. Despite its shortcomings, this can be a fun pistol.
Does the clip have a reservoir
Magazine holds 12 BBs
|Max Velocity||250 fps|