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Issued by MI6 to Britain's most famed super-spy, this replica Walther PPK gives you the excitement of using the gun that's saved the world from global domination more than once!
Umarex's Walther PPK is historic in its own right as the first CO2 replica gun, and the first to include a realistic blowback feature which mirrors the function of the real German engineered Walther. The gun's slide locks back after the last round is fired, so you'll know when its time to reload.
The CO2 cartridge is tucked safely and securely behind the non-slip grip and includes a CO2 puncture key . Reload and shoot 15 BBs with suave and style at speeds up to 295 fps.
The Umarex PPK is nearly identical in size and weight to the actual firearm, making it an excellent trainer and plinker fit for Her Majesty's Secret Service.
|Max Velocity||295 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
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Things I liked: Other than the safety release it's a pretty good replica of a real Walther as far as weight and balance. Functions well and easy to load, unload and operate. You get about 6-7 magazines per CO2 cylinder. Am also using it to work my "off hand" mechanics, which is a good thing.
Things I would have changed: A little disappointed in the accuracy. Maybe it will improve after a "Break-in" period. Have only used 3 CO2 cylinders so far. Can hit a soda can at 15 ft with good consistency but not getting a good "score" on paper. Expected better accuracy for the price. So far for me I'd call it a "Plinker" not target gun. I did add some Glo-Paint to the sights because I had some. Now its more like the white dots on my PPKS
What others should know: Follow their instructions of using Steele BBs. Do not use lead BBs. Seriously worse accuracy with lead.
Things I liked: I love that they (Umarex) got rid of that unsightly blob of a bolt head for the CO2 (superscript #2 not allowed, wtf is that? ALT-0178... whatever) and kept the magnificent look the rest of the product had all along. Good heft, fast response, fairly accurate, nice mag capacity (got the extra mags) love the blow back slide. Sweet little pistol, real good at snake killing. Wife screams, time to put a fresh CO2 in it and take a walk out back by the pool here in Florida... Pretty good little pest controller too.
Things I would have changed: Maybe make a lever instead of the bolt for piercing the CO2? I like the Sig 226 that has that lever for the CO2... sweet design... surprised more aren't coming up with something like that. Fast and easy swap out of CO2 is the way to go.
What others should know: It's got a nice weight and looks awesome. It's accuracy is good enough, it's not a sniper rifle, it's a small pocket sized pistol that can pop out more than a dozen steel BB's at your target right quick... I hesitated on buying it (I have a ton of airsoft and airguns, never mind real steel) but I really am glad I did, it's a sweet addition to my collection. Get the mags.
Things I liked: Excellent quality build. Love how they got rid of that clunky T-bolt head that used to be on the bottom of the grip. Sweet blow back action. Nice heft, good weight. Smooth operator. Well worth it.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing at this point. Might consider adding a threaded barrel version for a suppressor :-)
What others should know: Get the package with the extra mags, you're going to want them.
Does the pistol use a magnet to hold the bb in place? I would hope not since Pyramid is including lead ,copper-coated amo with the gun.
Will Grips for the PPK/S firearm fit this new model PPK/S?
They will not
Question: How do I modify the screw at the butt of the gun? Switch from the "tab" to an "Allen" type screw to tight the C02 cartage?
|Max Velocity||295 fps|