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Things I liked:The styling, build quality and attention to detail is great. If you like collecting replicas, this is one to have for sure.
Things I would have changed:Make it a pellet shooter. The bb's let this pistol down. The bb's fall out occasionally and accuracy is poor. Not a fan of the plastic clip on handles either. As others have mentioned, if you have thick fingers, it's difficult to turn the C02 piercing mechanism. Also, not a fan of the high gloss feature.
What others should know:It's a great looking replica and feels nice in the hand but not a great shooter.
Things I liked:Cardboard box, style of gun, accuracy.
Things I would have changed:I would change pretty much everything, the grip color, the cheap glossy look of the frame,the magazine is horrible, the co2 cartridge tightener to a hex wrench style or clamp style, the safety is loose and doesn't work properly, the slide is loose and feels cheap when shooting, make it so the BB's don't roll out the barrel when aiming downwards (use a magnet maybe ?) , use a single action only trigger, make it so it only shoots one bb at a time instead of two or three, make the grip slide back to access the co2 instead of having to pry off one side of the grip, paint white dots on the sights (at least the front one), make rear sight adjustable for windage, etc,etc,etc.............
What others should know:Walther should be ashamed to put their name on such a sorry piece of junk. This gun has ZERO fun-factor ! Buy the Crosman C41, it shoots approx. 495 fps, has a 1 year warranty, actually works like its supposed to, and is WAY COOLER, plus its made in America !!!
Things I liked:The looks, the feel and the accuracy. Some have criticized the polished finish on this piece. When Dr. Walther developed this pistol in 1936 it came in a variety of finishes including gold-plated fully engraved models. Though the standard military unit was subdued, officer's models had the option of a high polished finish. I personally like the finish. Other have critiqued the safety engagement which works fine for me. If you place a slight forward thumb pressure on the slide the safety slips easily into place. The accuracy was 1.5 inches at 15 yards on my first load. Accuracy was dead center. The most consistently accurate of the CO2 pistols that I own.
Things I would have changed:While loading the CO2 cartridge with the left side grip removed my gnarled motorcycle wrenching fingers had difficulty turning the securing screw without coming into contact with the right side grip. although there is a cut-out on this grip it was not sufficient to clear my thumb or index finger. Lost some CO2 in the process. I convinced my wife to help with the next cartridge figuring her delicate alabaster digits would more readily fit the space. But, alas, it was not so. By removing the right grip I was able to easily insert the cartridge. I recommend a press fit for both grips. The only other thing I would change would be to lighten the second stage of the trigger pull. I don't know why CO2 guns have historically hard trigger pulls.
What others should know:This is probably the finest of the "Legend" series for accuracy. The pressure does not drop off until the fourth magazine. Left to right accuracy is dead on, up and down is dead on for the first three magazines. The fourth magazine has a tendency to shoot one inch low as pressure drops. Half way through the fourth magazine the blow back becomes sporadic. You can still shoot the piece by cocking the hammer. You could probably get 15 or 20 more shots using this method. The finish is beautiful, the plastic grips have a pleasing, original mottled design. I highly recommend this pistol to anyone who desires to join into lots of inexpensive entertainment.