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Thursday
Mar102016

Mike's Personal Guns For Sale - Pellet Pistols

Yes, I have more of my personal guns for sale, now we are getting into the pistols! I am showcasing here on the Replica Airguns website and over on the Replica Airguns YouTube channel a series of videos I am making for the purpose of selling some guns out of my personal collection. I simply have to make room for the new guns I will be testing and reviewing for everyone, my collection has gotten a little bit out of hand and needs to be thinned down a bit :)

In this 5th Mike's Personal Guns For Sale video, I am offering some of my pellet pistols in a variety of models ranging from some classic Crosman SAA .22 caliber revolvers to more modern CO2 blowback pistols like the Umarex Beretta PX4 Storm

Make sure to watch my above YouTube video to see these Pellet Pistols I am selling and instructions on how you can take part in the sale and purchase of them. By the way I am only selling to Canadian residents since shipping cross borders is a little sketchy.

Here is a list of the Pellet Pistols I am selling from my personal gun collection:

Crosman SA6 SAA CO2 Pellet Revolver - $175

Crosman Model 44 Peacemaker SAA CO2 Pellet Revolver - $175

Umarex Beretta Mod 92FS CO2 Pellet Revolver - $215

Gamo R77 Combat 4 Inch CO2 Pellet Revolver - $165

Gamo PT-85 Blowback CO2 Pellet Pistol - $90

Umarex Beretta PX4 Storm Blowback CO2 Pellet Pistol - $90

Umarex Walther CPSport CO2 Pellet Pistol - $115

Valtro Airgun 92 CO2 Pellet Pistol - $115

Kimar Crosman CK92 Black CO2 Pellet Pistol - $115

Crosman Model 1088 CO2 Pellet Pistol - $55

Saturday
Apr272013

Umarex Walther CP99 .177 Caliber Pellet CO2 Air Pistol Table Top Review

Type: Pellet air pistol.
Manufacturer: UmarexUSA.
Model: Walther CP99.
Materials: Metal and plastic (polymer) construction.
Weight: 1 pound 10.5 ounces (752 grams).
Barrel: 3.3 inches, metal rifled.
Propulsion: CO2 x 1.
Action: Semi auto, single and double action.
Ammunition Type: .177 caliber pellets
Ammunition Capacity: 8 shot rotary magazine.
FPS: 360. 

Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on the Umarex Walther CP99 is in the mid range for it's double action trigger pull with most of the effort at the beginning and middle stages as it cocks the hammer and indexes the rotary magazine, it does have a predictable release point making it easy to put pellets on target. By racking the rear slide you can put the CP99 in single action mode which makes the trigger pull much lighter and great for very accurate shots.
Accuracy: I shot this air pistol at a target from 20 feet away in a free semi rested position and it performed well getting a nice tight one inch eight shot grouping just to the left on the target. The sights can be adjusted for windage if your aim is off to one side or the other. With my preliminary Chrony Chronograph testing using 6.9 grain RWS lead pellets I got pretty close to the factory claim of 360fps with an average of right around 346 fps.

Build Quality: The Umarex Walther CP99 is a metal and polymer air gun with a good deal of metal components on the inside giving the Walther CPSport a decent overall weight and heft. It's worth mentioning that the Walther CP99 has a full size drop out magazine for holding the CO2 cartridge that gives the air gun some additional weight and functionality. The German made fit and finish is very good on the CP99 and the plastic quality is also very good.

Realism: The Umarex Walther CP99 is licensed by Walther and is based around the Walther P99. The frame is very similar to the P99 but the slide is not as accurate in terms of the real steel but you can definitely tell the Pellet shooting CP99 is a copy of a Walther P99. One of the biggest shortcomings is the safety, the real P99 does not have a safety but Umarex decided to put a rather large safety on the right hand slide area. I do however like the working de-cocker, slide catch for loading magazines and full size drop out magazine which give the Umarex CP99 a more realistic look and feel.
Purchased this gun in: The Replica Airguns Store.

Pros:

  • Slide catch and de-cocker are realistic and functional.
  • Rifled barrel.
  • Sights are adjustable for windage.
  • Slide catch and magazine release are fully functional.
  • Nice full size drop out CO2 magazine.
  • Good combination of power, accuracy and CO2 efficiency (I got about 100 shots from a CO2)!
  • Rail for accessories.
  • Walther licensing.
  • German Quality.

Cons:

  • Up in the higher price range.
  • Double action can have some stickier shots.
  • Kind of funny safety, not true to the real steel Walther P99.
  • No recessed barrel

Comments:
The Umarex Walther CP99 Pellet CO2 Air Pistol is a nice step up from the Walther CPSport I reviewed earlier. The CP99 is a much more accurate looking replica of the P99 and it also has more metal parts and a single and double action trigger. These added features do come with an additional $100 price tag but in my opinion are worth it. If you're a fan of the Walther line of pistols than you should probably take a look at the Umarex Walther CP99 as it would make a great addition to your airgun collection.

My YouTube Video Review of the Umarex Walther CP99 Pellet CO2 Air Pistol:

Buy the Black CP99 in Canada  -  Buy the Black CP99 in the US

Buy the Green CP99 in Canada  -  Buy the Green CP99 in the US

Tuesday
Aug212012

Umarex HK MP5K PDW - CPSport - Beretta Elite II Airgun Silent Auction

My first Airgun Silent Auction! I came into some used Airguns as part of an "Airgun - Blank Gun" package and since I already had these models I did not need them for my personal collection so I'm putting them up as a Three Airgun Silent Auction package.

These three Airguns are all made by Umarex and use 12 gram CO2 cartridges, the MP5K PDW shoots 4.5mm steel BB's and has blowback operation. The Beretta Elite II loads 4.5mm steel BB's into it's all metal drop out magazine and is know for it's very good combination of high FPS and accuracy. The CPSport uses a rotary 8 round magazine that hold 8 lead pellets, it has a full size drop out magazine that holds the CO2 making it very realistic and also easy to load CO2.

In order to won these fine Umarex Preowned Airguns, you will need to send in your highest bid to mike@replicaairguns.com before August 27th midnight. At the conclusion of this Silent Auction I will notify the winner. This 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.

Of course you can also buy these guns new in my Canada & US Replica Airguns Stores

Good luck to everyone!

Check out my Reviews for each of these Airguns: 

Wednesday
Jun292011

Umarex Walther CPSport CO2 Pellet & BB Pistol Review

Type: Pellet air pistol.
Manufacturer: UmarexUSA.
Model: Walther CPSport.
Materials: Plastic (polymer) and metal construction.
Weight: 1.3 pounds.
Barrel: 3.3 inches, metal rifled.
Propulsion: CO2 x 1.
Action: Semi auto, double action only.
Ammunition Type: .177 caliber Pellets
Ammunition Capacity: 8 shot rotary magazine.
FPS: 360.
Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on the Umarex Walther CPSport is in the mid range with most of the effort at the beginning and middle stages, it does have a predictable release point making it easy to put pellets on target. The CPSport definitely has a lighter trigger then the Umarex Walther PPQ I reviewed earlier.
Accuracy: I shot this air pistol at a target from 20 feet away in a free standing position, and it performed well getting an decent 2 inch grouping just to the left and a bit high on the target. The sights can be adjusted for windage if your aim is off to one side or the other. With Chrony Chronograph testing using 6.9 grain lead pellets I got pretty close to the factory claim of 360fps with an average 8 shot fps of 356.
Build Quality: This is an almost all external polymer air gun with a good deal of metal components on the inside giving the Walther CPSport a decent overall weight and heft. It's worth mentioning that the Walther CPSport has a full size drop out magazine for holding the CO2 cartridge that gives the air gun some additional weight and functionality. The fit and finish is very good on the CPSport and the plastic quality seems very durable.
Realism: The Umarex Walther CPSport is licensed by Walther and is loosely based around the Walther P99. The frame is very similar to the P99 but the slide is not nearly as accurate. If you want to step up to a closer replica of the Walther P99, then you may want to take a look at the Umarex CP99 Pellet pistol.
Purchased this gun in: The Replica Airguns Store.

Pros:

  • Very reasonable price for a well German made full featured airgun.
  • Can shoot BB's with the Umarex rotary BB magazine.
  • Rifled barrel.
  • Easy to use white sights adjustable for windage.
  • Slide catch and safety and magazine are fully functional.
  • Nice full size drop out CO2 magazine.
  • Good combination of power, accuracy and CO2 efficiency (I got about 100 shots from a CO2)!
  • Even though there is a lot of plastic on the outside, there is a lot of metal on the inside giving this airgun some decent weight and heft.
  • An excellent option for the Umarex CP99 customer on a budget.

Cons:

  • The plastic exterior may put off some customers looking for metal guns.
  • The slide could have more detail work on it to make this gun a bit more believable.
  • The small .177 caliber viewable barrel port is a bit of a giveaway in terms of realism but may help a bit with fps.

Comments:
The Umarex Walther CPSport Pellet air pistol is a great combination of quality vs price. Even though this gun uses a lot of plastic in the build it still performed flawlessly and looks the part, I did not have a single misfire out of all the 100 shots I took! All the mechanical parts of this gun work smoothly making for a very enjoyable and accurate gun to shoot, giving the shooter the confidence that this gun will work exactly a it is intended to do.

My YouTube Video Review of the Umarex Walther CPSport Pellet CO2 Air Pistol:

 

Friday
Jun172011

Umarex Walther CPSport CO2 Pellet Pistol

Recently I reviewed the Umarex Walther PPQ, a new airgun just released by Umarex. The PPQ kind of reminds me of the CPSPort in many ways, but the PPQ is a lower cost version of the CPSport. I think if you have a bit extra money to put into an airgun, go with the Umarex Walther CPSport CO2 Pellet Pistol as you get a much lighter and smoother trigger along with better build quality and a full size drop out CO2 magazine which is a very nice touch.

Look forward to my upcoming full review for this nice Walther Replica Air Pistol, but for now enjoy some photos...