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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: I've heard great things about this gun, so I was excited to get it. I also bought the Umarex univeral loader which comes with an adapter for this gun. Great once you figure it out. The weight, feel and look are excellent. Semi-realistic action, as the dropout magazine just holds BBs and the CO2 goes in the handle. It's single action like the real steel, and has an indicator on the back that shows if it's cocked. Nice blowback! Accuracy is not applicable. It's a smooth bore BB pistol. You will struggle to hit a tool shed at 75 feet. That's not why you buy this. It's fun and handles like the real gun.
Things I would have changed: The first problem I had was loading it with the Universal loader. Put too many BBs in, and it gets stuck on there due to the design. I broke it, luckily my Super-Glue Foo is ace. Next time I made sure to not load it all the way. But here's the issue- the magazine will eject all the BBS at once unless you hold the top when you release the mag spring. It's hard to explain, but unlike most guns the BBs are not held in place. They will freely fall out of the mag unless the spring is released to hold them in place *while the BB port is held*. If you fill it with a bunch of BBs, and just pop the spring release- BBs all over your floor. And the release will pop free pretty easily. So it took me a good 2 hours to pick up all the BBs, repair my loader, and finally get a mag loaded after a few tries.
What others should know: And then... The CO2 has a twist thing to make it snug before turning the bottom of the grip which actually punctures it. But mine was undertight the first time, and leaked CO2 when I unscrewed it to adjust it. And the second time, it was overtight as the manual does not explain this, and would not turn all the way. And becuase of the shape, it blocks the mag port when not tightened all the way. So in order to load another mag, I had to waste an almost full CO2. Si I wasted two CO2s on one mag. Neat gun,but I do not recommend it unless you're at a hard limit of $100. Spend a few more and get the S&W M&P 40, or my all time favorite the Full-Auto Berretta 92A1. Extra mags are expensive, but the difference in quality and function is very noticeable.
Things I liked: bought the Walther CP99 compact for a gift , ordered the bundle for value, shipment arrived promptly. My wife was surprised , this bb pistol fits her hand well and operates well. the first co2 cylinder wasn't fully pierced but caused no issues at a standard operating speed.
Things I liked: Well made, sturdy construction, except the CO2, tightening mechanism seems like it will be problematic over time, .
Things I would have changed: Safety is very difficult to operate.
What others should know: The slide has been staying open, after a shot is fired. I don't know if this is a function of low CO2, or a malfunction of the mechanism.
How many shots per CO2 cartridge?
Would this gun qualify as a legit glock replica?
Does anyone have a trick to get the co2 cartridge to pierce fully? The best I can manage with the goofy install mechanism is the smallest of holes, barely enough for co2 to charge the gun. If I knew what a pain in the arse loading the co2 was I'd have never purchased this thing. Any tips or tricks are more than welcome!
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