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WALTHER CP99 COMPACT. Compact version of the P99. Semi-automatic .177 BB blowback. CO2 powered. 18-shot BB magazine. Weaver rail under the barrel to mount a flashlight or laser. Ergonomically designed grip with finger grooves.
Read and see more about the Walther CP99 in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
The firearm is used as back-up pistol by special forces.
|Max Velocity||345 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
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Things I liked: Nice feel in hand, good weight. Good looking compact gun.
Things I would have changed: Under powered. 'Lobs' BBs instead of firing them. Accuracy requires allowing for the drop off on anything beyond 23 ft. Gas loading problematic - easy to get it wrong and lose the whole cylinder. Very heavy on gas use - power dwindles within first mag.
What others should know: There are MUCH better guns for the money these days.
Things I liked: The look and weight
Things I would have changed: The magnet doesn't hold the bbs, the cartridge started leaking CO2 before I could tighten it all the way and I sent an email to the company about these issues and never got a response.
Things I liked: I am addicted to this gun and for the life of me I can't identify why. It's quite a unique piece, it feels great in the hand. I love the crisp blowback and the overall profile.
Things I would have changed: My ONLY complaint is the CO2 loading mechanism. I HATE it. I truly do. For those who may not know, the CO2 slides in through an opening in the backstrap. Inside the CO2 housing there's a small "elevator" that needs to be tightened to "fit" the CO2 snugly against the seal. Sounds simple enough, but it's not. After using my thumb to tighten it as much as possible I have to use a screw driver and wedge it into the space between the side of the housing and the "elevator", applying pressure I can get several more turns and these are critical if I want to fully puncture my CO2 cartridge. After that, I have to take a pair of pliers to turn the bottom portion (which you see jutting out the bottom of the handle) until it fully seats the CO2. It's quite bothersome and, if I'm honest, annoying. If I don't do the above I'm lucky if the CO2 cartridge pierces at all. This is the most awful system I've ever encountered and I don't see why it exists.
What others should know: Because of the CO2 piercing system you may notice a large degree of performance variance between shooting sessions. If you find your gun suddenly drops BBs low, or doesn't seem to have the crisp performance you expect chances are you've only partially pierced the CO2 cartridge. OH!!! And VERY IMPORTANT!!! Spend the money for the bespoke CP99 Compact laser sight. It's BEYOND worth it and allows the gun to be nearly tack driver accurate. Plus it just looks ridiculously cool.
The actual 9mm version of this gun has three dot sights. Why doesn't this replica have them. Makes the Bersa BP9CC a better buy since the guns are closely matched in performance and price... But the Bersa has a higher velocity rating and much better 3-dot sights
How many shots per CO2 cartridge?
Would this gun qualify as a legit glock replica?
|Max Velocity||345 fps|$16.99$14.99