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Things I liked: I like the look and weight of the gun, it's got some real heft to it that makes it feel and look very authentic. The magazine isn't a drop-free for the first little while of using it, I found mine required me to actually pull the magazine out while holding the release lever, but eventually started loosening up with some wear. It was also fairly accurate, I could hit targets from 20ft or so with relative ease, and the "iron" sights are authentic to the real weapon, so it lines up nice and neatly, making accuracy a non-issue if you have steady hands. Overall, a delightful little air pistol that is cheap and easy to pick up and use for anyone who's new to plinking or is a fan of the USP line.
Things I would have changed: The frailty of the trigger mechanism. I'm not sure whether this is a common issue, but I think I only fired about 500 rounds, if that, from this thing before the piece of metal connecting the trigger to the internal hammer snapped and I now have a bricked gun that refuses to fire. I really would like to give this product a better review as I liked how it performed, but the weapon broke a few months after I bought it. The safety is also very stiff, and it has lost some of its functionality, not that that matters as the product is otherwise useless, if not for putting in a display case as a home decoration or prop.
What others should know: Buy this if you want a cheap starter pistol for getting into CO2 guns, but beware the faulty trigger mechanism and safety features. Other than that, it's a nice little replica that is accurate and fairly CO2 efficient. I didn't count but I got a ton of shots off before having to swap out for a new cartridge. That is, before that odd little metal plate inside cracked off and I was left pulling a trigger with nothing going down range. Don't let me discourage too much, though, my model might've just had a manufacturer's defect, like a fracture that I never saw because I didn't take the gun apart before using it. Also, the slide doesn't move. It is easily removable, however, for maintenance, which is how I discovered the aforementioned problem. The hammer does move, which is a cute visual feature, but the slide does not, meaning that slide lock is also non-functioning. That's something the description should integrate, mind you, so that people expecting it to move don't get disappointed.
Things I liked: I really want to like and use this gun...I got it in the mail this morning and i am having problems releasing the magazine..There seems to be a smallish piece of round plastic preventing the release from moving far enough...Any ideas??
Things I liked: The size and look are very similar to the real firearm, although a much lighter weight. For me the grip is prefect with my large-sized, but not enormous, hands. The grip is highly textured...again like the real firearm... and points very naturally. I also prefer the longer reach to the trigger this pistol has which some others have mentioned and complained about. Pretty good CO2 efficiency.
Things I would have changed: It would be nice if it were a little heavier with an operating hammer. Even though this pistol points extremely well for me, it's not very accurate. I am comparing this to my other CO2 pistols for reference. This is quite typical for BB's, but compared to the HK45 I have (which shoots dead-on) and is similarly priced, this one shoots high and to the left in a rested position. It could just be this one example though. The only other slight improvement that would be nice would be to either spring-load the magazine or make the magazine a little heavier so it drops out by itself when the mag release is pressed. Obviously these improvements would increase the price.
What others should know: It's a cool, bad-ass looking air gun (the actual firearm is too) and a pretty good deal.
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Hi,is this pistol come with a orange tip?Thanks you.
No. I believe only airsoft guns do, and this is a bb gun
Is the magazine metal or plastic?
Some things I see online say this now has a metal slide. True?
This model from Umarex is mostly plastic, including the slide. (Which is non-functional; there is no blow-back action).
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