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Walther CP99 pistol
Read and see more about the Walther CP99 in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
|Max Velocity||360 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
|Max Shots per Fill||80|
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Things I liked: Feels good in the hand. Very solid, not cheap. The frame is plastic as is the real gun, the trigger is plastic, but very solid, doesn't wiggle around, the slide is metal. Initially I was skeptical about the way the two piece slide works, but after using it, I have no problems with it. I don't like sloppy barrels/or slides. While this one isn't really sloppy, it is a little loose. I put some heavy grease on the rails, which help hold the slide and barrel in more firmly in place. This works well, since the slide does not move during shooting. The single action trigger pull is LONG and a tuff pull. Pulling the rear of the slide back puts the gun into a double action trigger mode. While the trigger is still somewhat of a hard pull, it's much better than the single action pull. The C02 cartridge is easy to instal, the magazine though mostly plastic but well made, installs solidly. The accuracy, I was pleasantly surprised how well a short barrel c02 pellet gun can shoot. Overall, very happy
Things I would have changed: For this cost, three colored dots could have been put on the sights..! The outer barrel is plastic. Not a big deal but made bore sighting a challenge. Lighten the trigger pull..!
What others should know: You get two rear grip straps. Small difference, but noticeable. Easy to swap. With my old eyes, I installed a Leupold, DP Pro red dot sight. The gun and site work well together. As noted, I was very happy with the accuracy. Averaging 1"(+ a very little), 5 shot groups, off hand shooting at 20 ft. Funny that the only plastic casting mark is on the face of the trigger ! A jeweler's file and sand paper work took care of that. A little oil goes a long way in this gun, as it does in most new pellet guns.
Things I liked: Blow back feature
Things I would have changed: Accuracy
What others should know: If you want to "sling lead" go for it. If you want to hit a pop can at 20' consistantly... pass. buy a Beeman P17... I gave mine away.
Things I liked: Overall fit and finish of the pistol, fits the hand well, and as I'm a Lefty, I appreciate that it is ambidextrous.
Things I would have changed: The sights need to have white marker dots to help acquire them.
What others should know: I did not see a reference to lube the end of the co2 cart. so I called Umarex and was told not to use pelgun oil as it would deteriorate the seals. They suggested that a drop of silicone oil every third cartridge or so would be best. Too early to tell accuracy or value, so gave middle of the road at present.
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Hi i got Cp99 and need a rotary magazine and it only fire single shot not double
These are the rotary magazines. Umarex Airgun Pellet Mag., 8-rd,... . This gun is semi auto. You pull the trigger and it shoots one shot, Let the trigger reset and the gun should shoot again.
I have one that's a little older exactly like this model. Put a brand new CO2 cartridge in took safety off and it still won't fire! Any idea as to what might be the problem?
The gun firing valve is defective. The Gun has a 1 year warranty thru Umarex USA( Walther)
How replace co2 seal for Walter cp99 blowback pistol
We do not work on CO2 pistols. Any service would be thru Walther.
|Max Velocity||360 fps|
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