Date: 23/5/2019 7:51

Customers Q&A on Makarov CO2 BB Pistol

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  • Tim from USA asked:

    Is it ok to leave the gun charged with CO2 between shooting sessions, even if for several weeks?

    • Tyler from USA:

      I wouldn't recommend it

  • Jeff from Canada asked:

    I own both versions and find the mechanism jams with mag in. Can l fix something

    • Harrish from USA asked:

      I live in NJ do I need to have any permit to have it and also is it ok to carry it in check in baggage when taking it out of country

      • Yaakov from USA:

        Yes, NJ treats all BB guns as firearms; a handgun permit is required to buy this.

    • Phillip from USA asked:

      Can I add real wood to this?

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        Only if you craft it from scratch yourself.

    • Bob from USA asked:

      Is it a true blowback model and does it lock on last shot?

    • Georgy from Canada asked:

      Can you use copper head BBS

      • Melinda from USA:

        Yes with any air/co2 gun can use any metal/copper etc bbs

      • Val from USA:


    • Tareon from USA asked:

      can u change the color

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        No you can't.

    • TERRY from USA asked:

      Why does the trigger guard on this pistol pull down with a spring back action on this replica?

      • Cory from USA:

        It is so the slide can be removed if needed.

    • jason from USA asked:

      Everything I put in a new co2. Noatter how hard I twist it in the all the gas comes out. I think the seal is broken maybe. It used to work just fine. Is there any way I can fix it

      • Edith from USA:

        Put a drop or 2 of Pellgunoil on the tip of every CO2 cartridge before inserting it into the gun. This lubes your seals throughout the gun with every shot. You cannot overlube with Pellgunoil. If your gun won't hold any CO2, then I suggest quickly inserting the lubed CO2 cartridge and dry-fire as many shots as you can before it all leaks out. Insert a second lubed CO2 cartridge and dry-fire it again. Usually, by the end of the 2nd lubed CO2 cartridge, you've fixed your gun! Airgun writer Tom Gaylord does this when he's found a gun that leaks. If it's not fixed by the end of the 2nd cartridge, then you need to have the seals replaced. Tom Gaylord buys non-working/leaking CO2 guns at a really low price from people who don't know their guns aren't really broken and then fixes them with the method I just explained. Pellgunoil is like the fountain of youth for CO2 guns!

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        Are you using Pellgun oil?

    • Bill from USA asked:

      is this a blowback?

      • Val from USA:

        No, this model is not blowback.