I managed to acquire another Russian made Nickel Baikal MP-654K CO2 BB Pistol, the last one that came my way was back in September of 2012 and I am really surprised I got my hands on another one to be honest so if you missed out on the last one, now is your chance!
This 2004 Baikal Makarov Nickel MP-654K BB Pistol is in brand new condition and comes with the original box, manual, tools and o-rings. I have test fired it and it works great and holds CO2 with no leaks.
If you want the background info I encourage you to checkout the review videos I have already made for my own person exact version of this gun right down to the same production year:
- Baikal (IZH) MP-654K Makarov Replica BB Gun Review
- Baikal Makarov MP-654K 4.5mm CO2 BB Pistol Comparison
To get in on the bidding, simply Email Me Here with your highest bid by no later than May 31st 2013 by midnight. At the conclusion of this Silent Auction I will notify the winner and they will have 24 hours to make payment before I move onto the next highest bidder.
This Rare Airgun Silent Auction is open to both my Canada and US customers, Canadian Customers will pay an additional $17.99 for Shipping/Handling plus their local provincial sales Tax. US Customers will pay $29.99 International Canada to US Shipping & Handling but will not pay any sales tax. Good luck to everyone!
Enjoy my YouTube Video showing off this gorgeous Airgun and below that are some additional photos:
Here is a quick Update video of three Airsoft guns, two of which I have touched upon before but have not gotten around to doing any actual Table Top or Field Test Shooting videos for you (The ASG Dan Wesson Airsoft Revolver and the Umarex P99 Blowback Airsoft Pistol). I also show you a new Umarex Airsoft Gas Blowback PDW, the H&K MP7 A1, a very realistic version I am sure will be of interest to many of my Airsoft fans.
I will be doing proper Table Top and Field Test Videos for each of these Airsoft guns as soon as I can get to them all, starting with the Umarex Gas Blowback H&K MP7 A1 Airsoft PDW so stay posted for these upcoming video reviews...
I had a chance today to get out and shoot my B&W Dragunova SVD Airsoft Sniper Rifle, the weather held out just long enough for me to setup my target a good 90-100 feet out in the field but as luck would have it, it started to rain on my camera gear right as I started doing my target shooting test using .36 gram Airsoft BB's. So in a bit of a rush, I shot off a good 10 rounds and was able to put most of them on the paper which from 100 feet out using an Airsoft rifle on a target the size of a standard 8x11 sheet of paper is not too bad at all, and don't forget I was just using the iron sights.
I found I didn't even need to use the hight adjustment on my rear sight as the hop-up seemed to keep the Airsoft BB's floating nicely on plane all the way to at least 100 feet. By the way if you watched my earlier Table Top Reviews I mentioned the B&W Dragunova SVD was shooting a bit to the left even after full windage adjustment to the right, well I managed to sort this out and pull the sight the little bit extra I needed to get it pretty much dead center.
Moving on to the Chronograph portion of this Field Test Shooting Review, I got the same results as my pretest with an average fps of 498 using .20 gram Airsoft BB's and an average fps of 277 using the heavier .36 gram BB's. I have heard that the B&W Dragunova SVD Airsoft Sniper Rifle can be a bit of a chore to cock but for me it was actually pretty easy and using a left overhand approach worked well, allowing me to cock the charging handle pretty easy while keeping my finger on the trigger and the rifle in position ready for my next shot.
The iron sights and the trigger setup seem to both work very well with this rifle, I really have no real complaints and really enjoyed shooting the B&W Dragunova SVD Airsoft Sniper Rifle. If the rain hadn't been coming down on my camera gear I may have put a bunch more shots into the target for the simple reason I was having so much fun :)
Watch my Field Test Shooting YouTube Video for the B&W Dragunova SVD Airsoft Sniper Rifle:
I finally got out to shoot my Wyoming Arms Parker 10mm S.S. and it worked pretty well for me, the kick was hard but the design of this 10mm pistol helps reduce recoil so the recoil was not really all that much more than shooting a .45 or .40 caliber. If you have not watched my Wyoming Arms Parker 10mm S.S. Pistol Real Steel Overview then make sure to do so... I did have a few of my reload rounds that seemed to give me a bit of trouble but other than that the Wyoming Arms shot very well for me and was extremely accurate.
I also got the chance to shooting my Norinco Type 54 Model 213 9mm Tokarev copy, another nice gun to shot but even though it was only a 9mm it felt pretty jumpy, perhaps due to it's much smaller size and weight. Again you can also check out my Norinco Tokarev Type 54 Model 213 9mm Pistol Overview for more information on this one.
I also brought along my little ISSC M22 .22LR shooting Glock look-a-like to keep some of my shooting costs down since the 10mm are so expensive I needed to recoup some of my costs shooting the super affordable .22LR ammo. And yes I have a full Table Top Review for the ISSC M22 so check that one out if you're in the market for a fairly low cost .22LR that looks a lot like a Glock.
I had a great time and we got to shot some other guns while we where at the gun range; Walther P38 9mm, Glock 22 .40 Caliber, Sig Sauer Mosquito .22LR and the Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 .22LR in all.