1-year limited warranty
List Price $229.95 Save $20.00 (8%)
Earn 210 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||450 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: I recently purchased the CP88 from Pyramyd Air. As always, Pyramyd shipped quickly and without any problems. I had the 10 for $10 "test firing" done. I find the 10 for $10 is a good way to be sure that there are no issues with a new gun. I only fired it a few times so far, but it seems to be very high quality, and very accurate. I also like the fact that the pistol uses metal, instead of plastic, magazines ones. Metal versions seem to hold the pellets in place much more securely.
Things I would have changed: I find that removing and replacing the grip, when inserting a CO2, to be a little awkward. It does not easily snap in when putting it back in place.
Things I liked: I just received my Walther CP88. As always the shipping from Pyramyd Air was perfect. I had the 10 for $10 test done. I must admit that this pistol has a true feel of quality to it, the minute I picked it up. Just fired about 20 rounds, but it seems very accurate.
Things I would have changed: Nothing so far, but I have only fired about 20 rounds. Since I design and make furniture as a hobby, I will probably make some nice wood grips for this pistol.
What others should know: A bit more expensive than some other pistols, but overall I think the money is very well spent.
Things I liked: Powerful; accurate; build quality; looks; easy to hold
Things I would have changed: Less expensive wood grips
What others should know: Very high quality mostly metal replica with very solid feel to it. Nice high fps helps with excellent accuracy. Smaller grips make it very easy to handle. Make sure and get extra mags (all metal!) for quicker follow up shots.
Does the barrel have "true rifling"? I saw a review on Youtube stating that the barrel does not have "true rifling" but does spin the pellet of sorts. Umarex site says nothing about having a rifled barrel but it does shoot pellets. I find that my two Beemans P17and 2240 shoot more accurately than my Walter CP88 at 10 meters.
I just purchased this pistol and would like to know what pellets the pistol likes the best. I'm looking for accuracy for target. Also what grain works best?
Do you know where to buy wood grips for the CP88?
P.A. has them on their site #PY-A-947 @ 84.99 .
|Max Velocity||450 fps|