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Estimated in-stock date 03-09-2015
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Things I liked:Everything that has already been said: fantastic trigger, excellent quality, beautiful appearance, exceptional accuracy. What I will add is that it arrived earlier in the week and yesterday (Saturday) was the first chance I had to shoot it and ended up doing so for most of the day. It was supposed to be yard work day and I got nothing done. It's that much fun to shoot.
Things I would have changed:Wish I would have gotten it sooner.
What others should know:The specs on PA's website say loudness is medium, but it is very, very quiet. Cocking effort is much easier that what I expected after reading other reviews. I put two tins through it in a day and had no issues cocking it that many times. I hold The grip in my right hand just like I would hold it to shoot (keeping my finger away from the trigger, of course) and place the thick part of my left palm on the top just ahead of the rear sight and push my hands together and it is not a problem at all.
Things I liked:This pistol, like the other Weihrauch-made guns I own, exudes overall quality, both in engineering and function. It is nicely balanced, which is helped by the design of the comfortable grips. The accuracy is impressive. The trigger, which is adjustable, is superb. A scope, or red dot, fits nice and secure on the rail. Overall, a fine work of craftsmanship that is a pleasure to own and shoot. I haven't found it to be picky about the pellets used. A spare breech seal, and an Allen wrench for trigger adjustment are included.
Things I would have changed:Nada
What others should know:It takes some effort to cock the gun, and you'll want to take care to not pinch a finger when closing...don't ask.
Things I liked:Quality of construction, it is an exceptionally nice pistol! Accuracy is top notch, I can quite easily shoot 22lr shell casings at 7 yards. The grip is VERY comfortable.
Things I would have changed:The trigger. The reason for 4 stars here is the trigger. Until this week I would have given 5 stars but now I have a HW40 (Beeman P3) and the trigger on it is much better. The HW75 uses the hammer in the trigger mechanism and this means that the trigger can only be so good. I have adjusted it to be more like the HW40, but its just not. The trigger is "squishier" and not as crisp as the HW40. It also could benefit from an over travel adjustment screw. The pistol could also be easier to cock. Its not God awful, but its a far cry from a breeze after a few hours.
What others should know:Buy the HW40. Your paying twice as much for aluminum and wood. Don't get me wrong it is NICE! However, I find myself picking up the 40 over the 75 due to the trigger. If flash is important to you, the 75 wont disappoint and don't get me wrong, its a fantastic pistol with exceptional build quality, and superb accuracy, but it doesn't shoot any better than the 40 and the 40 has a much nicer trigger.