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Things I liked: Great Quality. Lots of fun to shoot. Makes for a great training tool.
Things I liked: I like the feel and the realism to the actual Walther P99. It chambers and cycles perfectly as far as I've put only about on magazine full through it so far. It comes apart for cleaning very easy too and goes back together okay without the need for any other tools (like my Ekol Cougar needs). Although, I have had trouble getting seperator back in each time I've taken it out (no big issue.. just an fyi of my experience)
Things I would have changed: FRONT FIRING WOULD BE GREAT!! Can't stress that enough. The only reason I'm giving this 3 stars under "Value for money" is that I feel it's made of pretty cheap materials. The grip and frame are okay but the barrel just about feel like one notch above plastic. This is my second blank gun.. I also own an Ekol Cougar and that's the only thing I have to compare the Walther P99 with. The Ekol is definitely made of much stronger materials and when I compare the barrel of the Ekol Cougar and the Walther P99, the P99 comes up very short. Keep in mind though that it does work just fine and does exactly what it's supposed to.. I just would have appreciated better materials for the price of this gun.
What others should know: This blank gun (as others can be) is extremely loud!!! Make sure to wear hearing protection when firing this gun. It's lots of fun and I highly recommend this P99 replica for training and learning purposes. And lastely, again, I can't stress more that I wish that Walther would come out with a front firing version of the P99.
Things I liked: feels and looks great! I bought this as a training pistol for my wife and it works good as such, and much safer than a real pistol to learn with.
Things I would have changed: nothing
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