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|Max Velocity||410 fps|
|Cocking Effort||19 lbs.|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
|Trigger Pull||0.63 lbs|
Things I liked: It's very high quality with excellent fit & finish and real wood grips. The opening where the pellet is loaded is large enough so that my XL fingers can easily load the pellet. The hammer has to be cocked before firing. This pistol works well with a 2 handed grip.
Things I would have changed: I wish it didn't cost so much.
What others should know: Its good for indoor shooting ( eg basement, garage or barn). This refined and well engineered pistol shoots better than I do!
Things I liked: This truly is a great little pellet pistol. It's so well made that it's a pleasure to just hold in your hand. Everything says quality including the cocking, trigger, sight adjustability, and accuracy. There's definitely pride of ownership here.
Things I would have changed: I certainly can't find fault with the product. I'm not sure there's a good rational reason to spend this much money on a gun that isn't powerful enough to hunt with and isn't really a competitive 10 meter pistol. It's a high end, expensive plinking gun. If you're looking for a rational reason to buy one you're not going to find one here.
What others should know: All this being said, I don't regret having bought it. It's a fine piece of machinery and it's great fun to shoot!
Things I liked: The accuracy, the grips, the trigger, and the way it feels like a 1911 when holding it.
Things I would have changed: The safety, to shoot the pistol you flip the ambidextrous safety forward, which means you feel it while shooting. It should have been the other way, where it tucks out of the way when ready to fire.
What others should know: My gun was shooting 2 inches high at 33 feet. When I adjusted the rear sight down, the hammer would strike the bottom of the rear sight when fired. I contacted Weihrauch and they asked me for my address but I haven't heard back from them yet.
Why can the WH75 not be used in sanctioned 10M events? But the Gamo Compact Target Pistol or Daisy Avanti 747 Triumph Match, for example, can?
Is the dovetail 11mm or 14mm as I have heard state by others?
From what I understand is 13mm? Can someone find out for sure?
Specs state 11mm dovetail.
|Max Velocity||410 fps|