Roll over image to zoom in
|Max Velocity||450 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked: the gun works right and can punch a hole through a tuna fish can in through the lid and almost out the bottom at 5 yards and is dead on target I did not have to mess with the iron sights.
Things I would have changed: I would like to get accessory's like but stock and much longer barrel.
Things I liked: great gun, very accurate, has realistic feel and weight, very efficient 88 shots at velocity per cartridge. very good trigger feel.
Things I would have changed: add a rail to barrel extension.
What others should know: slide release is very difficult to operate when new, don't worry breaks in after about twenty mags.
Things I liked: This is my second Walther CP88 in nickel with a 6" barrel. I love this pistol and shoot it almost every day. It is a beautiful clone of a very fine firearm. It is heavy (mostly metal) and looks and feels like a real Walther CP88. It uses the Umarex 8 round magazines that many other air guns use. I have a Desert Eagle and a S&W M&P .45 air pistol that share the same magazines. I keep at least 20 loaded and ready for action at all times. The sights are all black with a wide slot in the rear sight. The wider slot helps you align the sights quickly for quick firing. The slide does not move when the gun is fired. If you want to fire it single action, you have to manually cock the hammer each time. The single action is nice and crisp, but I have gotten used to shooting this gun in double action mode and can fire it pretty quickly and accurately. I can empty the 20 cartridges in short time. That's 160 shots in just a few minutes. Whether you get this pistol with plastic or wood grips, they come off the same way. Just push the button where the magazine release would be on a real firearm and one side grip will pop off. That exposes the place where the CO2 cartridge is placed and pierced. Releasing the pressure of the CO2 cartridge is accomplished by a lever built into the butt of the pistol. Pull it out and the pressure is released. Replace the CO2 cartridge and push the lever back down to puncture the CO2 cartridge. This is a great pistol.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Be prepared to do a lot of shooting with this pistol. It has a very high "fun factor" and is amazingly realistic in all aspects.
|Max Velocity||450 fps|