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Things I liked: I like the way the gun feels in my hands,I like the way it looks and handles
Things I would have changed: I would do simple checkups on the guns leaving PyramidAir so the customers won't have to have the problem of returning it for a refund or replacement, I had the problem with the lever releasing the magazine,I return it a for a replacement and they either gave me the same gun back or the replacement was kind of defective too with the same problem, I took a chance and tinkled with it a little bit and it works fine now, the problem was the pin holding the lever in place
What others should know: Unless they bring down the price to under a $100, don't buy it, not worth the $159.00, sorry to be honest
Things I liked: The moment I held this gun I said " WOW " then I was disappointed because I couldn't get the mag release lever to work, maybe I should have spend $10 for the pre sale service or something,well I send back the gun and 6 days in all I got a new replacement, great mail service,Thanks Fed-Ex. Gun works great.
Things I would have changed: I would make sure the guns are free of defects before sending to customers without spending the $10
What others should know: Good gun, shoots straight and true, 20 yards no problems, very accurate
Things I liked: I bought this to replace a crosman 1008 RepeatAir that I've had for ~20 years. Paul Capello's review helped me decide. The weight, finish, and balance are excellent. The internals and slide are metal and the grip is plastic. The plastic used is high quality like that used in my P3. There is nothing on this pistol that feels cheap. Even the pellet clips are metal. The co2 clip is easy to load & the drop-out-of-the-grip mechanism is pretty cool. Accuracy is adequate for a co2 repeater. (If I want accuracy I'll use my Beeman P3). I got about 90 rounds from the first co2 cart. (Not rapid continuous firing)
Things I would have changed: The safety. It's on the right side on the gun but not easy to operate with your right hand.
What others should know: The metal clip is a little hard to fully seat RWS hobby pellets into without using a seating tool. The softer Crosman premier 7.9's are easier. If the pellets aren't fully seated in the clips, the revolver mechanism doesn't advance the clip properly and it effectively "jams". When changing the backstrap be careful not to lose the Co2 clip spring. It's a little trickier to change then Capello's video showed. The manual says to use wadcutter or domed pellets. I have an RSW sampler pack. The superdomes, meisterkugeln, hobby and super H points were fine. The super points don't fit in the clip- they're too long.
Can anyone advise me on what kind of sight I can get for this gun
Look at this little laser. ASG Universal Laser, Integral Weaver...
Does it blowback?
No it does not.
how do you order the Walther CP99 with a laser?
Walther CP99 CO2 Gun +... is for the all black model with a laser. For the silver rail model, you would have to order the laser separately.
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