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List Price $524.99, Orig.Price $499.99 Save $100.00 (20%)
as low as $36/month
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Cocking Effort||18 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
|Fixed/adj. power||2 settings|
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Things I liked: I have the Weihrauch version, HW45 black star but it is the same gun. This air pistol is the last stop on the air pistol train. Everything about it screams high end, from the sights, to the cocking and down to the tigger and exceptional, ergonomic grip. This belongs in every serious airgunners collection.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: This is an air gun you buy to pass down to the next generation of family. Buy one, learn to shoot it, take it out to talk about it and pass it down to the next generation because it will still shoot true and look fantastic.
Things I liked: It is German made, finely crafted I waited three months to get mine and it was worth it. It has moderate power I got 480 fps with .22 SSP Crosmans using ten shots to get that average. The grips fit my large hands and the wood is beautiful.
Things I would have changed: In spite of all the praise it is tough for me to load because of the position of the loading port I have found that by using surgical hose it is easier to load. The only other thing that would make this pistol even finer is to up the velocity to equal the Browning pistols.That the fpe is 6 lbs. exactly the UK limit.
What others should know: They are getting in my opinion one of the finest Springers ever made.
Things I liked: First gun I received had a definite accuracy problem. It would occasionally start to shoot a group, then throw fliers all over- some even missed the trap! Nothing was loose and the chamber seal O ring was fine; I was at a loss as to what to do. Fortunately, Pyramyd's customer service was great and agreed to send me another pistol. Problem solved! It still doesn't shoot like my PCP guns but can hold an inch and a half group at ten m.
Things I would have changed: Really nothing- it comes very close to the feel of a 1911 and allows me to get in some practice every day without having to make a range trip.
What others should know: This is a beautiful, hard-shooting pistol which will improve ( or at least maintain) your firearm skill. The accuracy is surprising for a spring-piston pistol.
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Is the noise from the P-11 in .22 lower than the .177 (because the velocity is lower) I am seeking a quiet and scopeable first quality pistol... and the Chiaffa is not scopeable. (Not without a little gunsmith work ,
No, they're about the same in terms of noise level. Most of that noise comes from the internal action of the gun though. From a quality perspective, the Weihrauch made guns are hard to beat, this is definitely a good choice.
Can you buy the P11 grips separately for use on a P1?
I don't know where/if you can get these grips separately but they will not fit the P1. The P11 uses a "half-frame" and the grips are a one-piece design. The P1 uses a standard frame and two piece grips that and compatible with many 1911 grips.
Nobody out there know about this pistol?
See Val's answer below
|Max Velocity||600 fps|