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WALTHER CP99 COMPACT. Compact version of the P99. Semi-automatic .177 BB blowback. CO2 powered. 18-shot BB magazine. Weaver rail under the barrel to mount a flashlight or laser. Ergonomically designed grip with finger grooves.
Read and see more about the Walther CP99 in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
The firearm is used as back-up pistol by special forces.
|Max Velocity||345 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
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Things I liked: Super 'feel' ... terrific build quality, realistic blowback, really great gas-use efficiency, large-ish capacity and inexpensive magazines, lock open on last round, overall a well executed design ... ironically, the 'powder' version of this pistol is discontinued but the CO2 one is not
Things I would have changed: Accuracy, as in, I wish it had some. As another reviewer states, it does not shoot BBs so much as it 'lobs' them. If you were expecting to use this pistol for target practice, like I was, it's not going to be your favorite. Fun to shoot, but not 'at' a target. Misses most 12 oz soda cans at 7 yards, can't maintain even a 5" group on paper. (No, it's not me.) Also, not that it matters considering the accuracy issue, this pistol could use white dots ... after so many years of production, how hard would it be to do that?
What others should know: The trick to get the gas to not leak and last a long while is to use a small flat blade screwdriver to help torque the inside 'wheel' to the CO2 cylinder before engaging the 'power' knob. You can't get it tight enough just with your finger.
Things I liked: I love this purchase and is completely worth the money, treat your self.
Things I would have changed: I would change the safety and make it easier to click on & off as it is not practical.
What others should know: Gets a bout 2-3 magazines of bb's before the co2 runs out.
Things I liked: It has a good weight, feels good in the hand, good precision, picatinny rail. The indication when it is ready to fire.
Things I would have changed: The trigger has a bump in the way and after is too long. The safe should be easy to use. The field-strip to be normal. If the accuracy would be better, to have white dot sights.
What others should know: Although it has a decent blowback, the manual action of the slide is lighter. The precision is good, however I installed a laser because the accuracy was a little off. With the laser, resting grip at 24 feet, Black Diamond bbs and rapid fire the average of first 5 sets of 10 shots each got 72% inside a 1.5" bullseye (center-aim), 94% inside the 3" circle and 2% out. The 3rd set of 10 shots had 100% inside the 1.5" bull. After 50 shots the accuracy start going down. Around 90 shots the blowback failed to load bbs.
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does it lock back when last bb is shot
is this a blow back??
The actual 9mm version of this gun has three dot sights. Why doesn't this replica have them. Makes the Bersa BP9CC a better buy since the guns are closely matched in performance and price... But the Bersa has a higher velocity rating and much better 3-dot sights
|Max Velocity||345 fps|