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Earn 130 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $199.95, Orig.Price $154.95 Save $25.00 (16%)
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|Max Velocity||300 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: Overall a nice P226 copy. It seems to weight about the same as the real P226, never actually put it on the scale.
Things I would have changed: The magazine- difficult to load BB. Also, won't fit into my P226 Safariland holster like my real P226 does.
What others should know: Not as accurate as the video shows. So I would not use this as a gun to improve your marksmanship. But it is good for shooting cans and bottles and shooting multiple targets quickly, Overall I do like it except loading the BBs.
Things I liked: Everything! The feel and operation are fantastic. The price and packaged deal is perfect.
Things I would have changed: Nothing, this is as close to the firearm as it gets.
What others should know: So much fun to shoot that I bought 2 so I don't have to wait my turn. Now my daughter has to wait while my son and I finish. I'm guessing a third may be in my future.
Things I liked: Reasonably accurate. It's hand-filling and about the right weight. I like the slide working and especially the lock-open on an empty magazine. The 18 shot magazine is nice.
Things I would have changed: Adjustable sights would be helpful. Holding the magazine follower down is impossible without a tool. If it had a small handle of some sort that would help to hold it. I found a very small screwdriver that was just the right size to hold it. Before that I was ready to get rid of it.
What others should know: It is loud compared to my other airguns.
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OK, I recently got this exact set. I was wanting to know if there was suppose to be as much play in the beginning of the slides cycle backwards? Like if I were holstering and it starts to recycle the slide to move a new BB into the chamber or more simply just shaking it in a lateral front to back motion it stilL tries to basically cock the weapon again.
Yes, I own 2 of these handguns and that is normal, it won't recock itself, don't worry, unless you purposely rack the slide on your holster, etc. to practice one handed reloads. Hope this helps!
|Max Velocity||300 fps|