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Read more about the Walther CP88 in Dennis Adler's Airgun Experience Blog.
new generation of CO2 airguns! The original Walther design as well as the outstanding workmanship are impressive. This 8-shot double and single action repeater represents a giant leap forward in CO2 pistol technology because it's both fast and easy to reload with the convenient 8-shot rotary magazines that can be preloaded until you're ready to shoot. Due to the modular system the pistol can be used for various shooting activities. It is a popular gun for beginners and training purposes.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
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Things I liked: Almost Everything. It feels solid, the safety is ambidextrous, it is relatively easy on Co2, looks like a gun, Co2 loading is easy. Very accurate...22 out of 36shots hit the bullseye at 20 feet. (Granted, the spread wasnt that tight...cheap pellets)
Things I would have changed: The grip that exposes the Co2 cartridge is frustrating to put back onto the gun.
What others should know: If you have the cash, I heartily recommend this!
Things I liked: Awesome gun! Accurate, feels like a firearm, easy to load and shoot. Did I mention fun?
Things I would have changed: For almost $200, it should have better sites, a picatinny accessory rail, and wood grips!
What others should know: I spent about 4 months researching pellet pistols. I watched countless YouTube videos, read forums, and read dozens of reviews on this website and others. I looked closely at the Sig Sauer P226 and P320. The C02 loading system (P226) and realistic look as well as the blowback feature and multi-shot magazines really appealed to me. But I couldn’t get past review after review bashing their accuracy. Then I took a look at the Walther CP88. This time, review after review praised it in every way! Was it worth twice as much as the Sigs? I wasn’t sure until I bought and shot it. Out of the box: AWESOME! I thought I’d miss the blowback but I don’t. I’m almost as accurate shooting double action as single and it’s fun to rapid fire at 8 squirrels, I mean cans in a row! I agree with other reviewers that the all-black sites aren’t great so I painted my front site silver which really helps.
Things I liked: This CP88 uses the Umarex 8-shot wheel mags, good reliable system and cheap to buy loads of extra mags. An adjustable rear sight.. Also the hammer and trigger are good, and it's German made ,but which unfortunately means double the price.
Things I would have changed: White Dot Sights...!,, who wants a $200 pellet pistol with lame sights...! And no accessory rail of any kind...?
What others should know: This gun is under standard, under equipped and way over priced.
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I take it that pistol isn't a blow back variaty
That is correct, it is not blow back.
How is the front sight blade attached to the Walther CP88? It looks like it is pressed into place and I would like to replace it with a glow sight.
Also you could paint it with glow in the dark paint i did this to mine. Works well.
It looks like they use some kind of glue or epoxy to hold it in place. If you had a sight that could fit in the slot, I suppose you could do so.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|