Caliber: .177" (4.5mm), Stock: Synthetic, Upgrades: 1-15rd magazine
90-day limited warranty
List Price $99.95, Orig.Price $69.95 Save $20.00 (28%)
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Issued by MI6 to Britain's most famed super-spy, this replica Walther PPK gives you the excitement of using the gun that's saved the world from global domination more than once!
Umarex's Walther PPK is historic in its own right as the first CO2 replica gun, and the first to include a realistic blowback feature which mirrors the function of the real German engineered Walther. The gun's slide locks back after the last round is fired, so you'll know when its time to reload.
The CO2 cartridge is tucked safely and securely behind the non-slip grip, and includes a CO2 puncture key. Reload and shoot 15 BBs with suave style at speeds up to 295 fps.
The Umarex PPK is nearly identical in size and weight to the actual firearm, making it an excellent trainer, and a plinker fit for Her Majesty's Secret Service.
|Max Velocity||295 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
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Things I liked: Functionality (slide, hammer, operation and looks) is just like the real thing, a good trainer and fun to use. Overall quality is very good.
Things I would have changed: Not much, maybe double the power/velocity.
What others should know: Not a lot more to say here, it's a good value for the money and a lot of fun to use.
Things I liked: Excellent BB gun.
Things I would have changed: I would like to see this with a full drop out mag similar to the Glock 17 blowback.
Things I liked: Just got this pistol last week and I'm quite impressed. It's solidly built (Japan, and that's a good thing), compact and with considerable heft in weight. Feels very real even when shooting. Great Walther markings, looks great! I've gone through three mags over the last week on the same CO2 bulb and it's still punching right through a 1/2" fibre board, at 20'. Lots of kick! Very snappy blowback. No leakage problems to report, yet. I put a smear of oil (Slip2000®) on the CO2 bulb, rather than a whole drop. Accuracy at 20': within 1 1/2" of a vertical line and I mean that it's hitting closer than 3/4" on either side! But it's a different story on a horizontal line. Over 3" on either side, high or low. I feel that the height thing would improve drastically with a white dot on the front blade sight. Well, that and the fact that I wear progressive lense glasses so I'm still getting that dialed in. Still, for a short barrelled, garage "plinker", it's pretty damn accurate. The thing looks very real! It's a lot of fun to shoot, live or dry. What can I say, for the price it's a whole lot of fun! If you're thinking of getting the Walther PPK/S BB pistol, stop thinking and just get it.
Things I would have changed: Front sight needs a white dot.
What others should know: Read and follow the owners manual. When I put the CO2 bulb in, I backed the screw all the way back first, dropped the bulb in, slowly tensioned the screw up making sure that the bulb was seated correctly, then I clicked the grip side back on and quickly tensioned the screw up tight.
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I have a brand new Umarex Walther Legends PPK/s. I cycled the slide and trigger several times without a CO2 cartridge. Now the hammer is stuck in the cocked position and the trigger doesn't do anything except move back and forth freely.
The gun is defective. return it.
I see that the slide is metal, Is the frame metal as well? Thank you.
Has anyone ran into the problem of the gun shooting one bb at maximum velocity, then the second one with less, and the third not firing at all (trigger doesnt have any resistance) until the slide is pulled back again?
|Max Velocity||295 fps|