1-year limited warranty
List Price $300.00 Save $20.01 (6%)
2X Earn 560 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||400 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: I have many other airguns. The CP88 leaves the others in the dust! The look, feel, heft, trigger-squeeze, accuracy -- perfect! I loved it so much that I purchased another one. I love to shoot them together, from the hip, at hickory nuts in my pond. I have about 15 magazines. Couldn't be more pleased with these guns!
Things I would have changed: NOTHING!!!
What others should know: I used a black magic-marker on the white, billboard lettering. Worked perfectly. Had heard that one guy was disappointed in the looks of the grips that came with his gun. So when I ordered my CP88's, I specifically requested that the order-filler please select matching, dark-colored grips. I could not be happier with them; they're exactly what I would have chosen. Caution: An allen-head setscrew holds the rear sight in place. At one point I found the sight on one of my guns lying on the table where I had set the gun!! So I checked the sight on my other CP88; it, too, was loose!
Things I liked: Bought the black (blued) version an added aftermarket wood grips. Powerful, accurate, nice feel in hand, perfect weight, metal build, secure mag slide system that doesn't pop out mag when unloading.
Things I would have changed: Three dot sights. . . .Badly needed
What others should know: You have to experiment to find the right shooting aim (high/low/right/left) for accuracy. Once you do, this gun is a joy to shoot. 7-8gr pellets. . .I use Beeman Hollowpoint, they seem to fit securely in the mag and deliver the most punch. I use the glass bottle test at 30' and have good results with this pellet. Highly recommend this pistol. Price is $60 cheaper now (was $299) with the wood grips. . . .excellent value from PA.
Things I liked: Everything. This thing is like driving a Cadillac! It's accurate, doesn't jam. Metal work is beautiful. The wood work is incredibly nice. It can be fired fairly quick and sights stay on target as if it was nailed to the bullseye. My pistol skills are my weak point but with a fine gun like this I tightened up my groups considerably. It even came with a nice lockable hard case. I can't think of anything I'd be wanting in these. Definitely high end.
Things I would have changed: Trigger is a tad heavy but I understand it. It is after all a revolver pretending to be a semi-auto.
What others should know: If you need one gun, this is it.
Description says it come in a foam lined hard case. What does the case look like?
black plastic, foam lined
It's the same case that comes with this pistol: http://www.pyramydair.com/s/m/Walther_CP88_Blued_6_inch_Barrel_CO2_Pistol/109
|Max Velocity||400 fps|