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|Max Velocity||400 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade and Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
Things I liked: Build quality, weight and overall feel. Cartridge loading is well thought out. Sounds great too!
Things I would have changed: It's a bit pricey!
What others should know: This is a very nice handgun. Well built and a ball of fun to shoot. We are shooting targets at 30 feet with best groupings of about 1 1/2" off the arm in single action. I'm sure the gun is capable of better accuracy than it's owner. Over 500 rounds have been fired without a hint of trouble. Expect 80 plus rounds per CO2 cartridge. I did think it would have more power than it does. I am happy with the gun and Pyramid Air.
Things I liked: Just about everything. I have of late been shooting only inside (I'm disabled) and mostly blowback models. But I love this gun. It and so far all the other Umarex replicas (which use the cylindrical magazine) are all great. (I originally got a lemon with my 1911 but Umarex replaced it and that one is also great).
Things I would have changed: Very little.
What others should know: Buy extra magazines.
Things I liked: Power house for a compact pistol, extreme accuracy straight shooter, smooth action, light weight yet solid feel, no leak or gas loss co2 load. . .solid co2 puncture, easy to shoot, rotary magazine does not pop out when opening the slide (like the Umarex Baretta 92fs).
Things I would have changed: Lower price or include wood grips.
What others should know: Easy fit in the hand and easy to shoot. Not as big at the grip when compared to some others as the Baretta 92fs. Higher priced pistol but worth giving a try. This gun is a pleasant surprise. Highly recommend.
I take it that pistol isn't a blow back variaty
That is correct, it is not blow back.
How is the front sight blade attached to the Walther CP88? It looks like it is pressed into place and I would like to replace it with a glow sight.
Also you could paint it with glow in the dark paint i did this to mine. Works well.
It looks like they use some kind of glue or epoxy to hold it in place. If you had a sight that could fit in the slot, I suppose you could do so.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|