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Earn 48 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $54.99 Save $7.04 (12%)
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HK45 CO2 BB Pistol
The HK45 firearm was created to re-arm the entire U.S. military with a .45-caliber handgun instead of the 9mm. And the cost of doing that is what led to the cancellation of the program. However, Hechler & Koch knew they had a winner and opted to make it available commercially.
While the gun doesn't have any recoil, that's actually a plus. A recoiling CO2 gun gets fewer shots per CO2 cartridge, so you'll be saving money with every shot!
All you have to do is insert a CO2 cartridge, load the mag with 20 steel BBs, take off the safety and start pulling the trigger. It's all-day fun shooting at bullseye targets, tin cans and more. Because it's not a very heavy pistol, shooters of all sizes and genders should be able to handle this shootin' machine.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action only|
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Things I liked: Very nice fit and finish. Looks exactly like my real HK45. Feels beefy. Shoots well. I like that it is NOT a blowback.
Things I would have changed: At this price- nothing
What others should know: Get it.
Things I liked: I like everything about this gun the quality for the price is pure awesome sauce everything I expected and more lol. I have always been a fan of the USP and I saw this and Im like "It looks like a USP, Its got a metal slide and trigger to add a lil weight why not!" $47.95 later... OMG this pistol is like USP and a VP-70M (my fav pistol) had a baby lol I love it, its my new fav plinker! Im only shooting 25' or less put a few hundred bb thru it in the last few days been mostly excite copper plated lead bb's that are 7.4g though shot a bunch of steel daisy bb's by my sisters with my brother inlaw and niece (we requisitioned the ammo from my her, she has a pink red ryder lol) no issues other than user error lol
Things I would have changed: honestly the only thing I can think of would be a safety lever on both sides and maybe a threaded barrel... that's just me tho :)
What others should know: If you pull the trigger not all the way and let go expect a bb to fall out the barrel also expect the same if you remove the clip and it is still loaded, not a complaint at all a couple of my guns do this just sayn!
Things I liked: Feels a lot like the real deal. Shot hard and could cycle pretty fast. Didn't waste too much CO2. Decent for dryfire practice.
Things I would have changed: Very inaccurate. (Ultimate no-no for me) Jams often when loading, or clip fails to dispense initial bb. Follow through automatically kicks slightly right when the barrel comes back in to fire (no, it's not how I shoot). Trigger jams if you hold the gun on the verge of the 2nd stage. I'll just say it's definitely not the HW 45 lol.
What others should know: As soon as I got it, it jammed, and after maybe 1000 shots, it stopped working all together. Pellgun oil just squirts out of the replica slide as soon as the 12 grain CO2 is punctured. Unless you REALLY just want something that looks almost exactly like an HK 45, I advise passing on this for something more reliable and functional.
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does it come with bbs
Do u ship it to Bangalore, India? Wil it pass through customs
Is the white warning lettering on the side of gun more inscripted and less visible then that bright white lettering and is there no orange top?
|Max Velocity||400 fps|