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Tuesday
Nov292016

ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty CO2 Airsoft Pistol Shooting Review

Here is my Field Test Shooting Video Review for the ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty CO2 Airsoft Pistol. Make sure to checkout my previous Table Top Review for more detailed info about the ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty Airsoft version.

My 5 shot Chronograph test resulted in a much lower than expected average velocity of around 265 fps, the ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty CO2 Airsoft Pistol did start off in the mid350 range but then suddenly drop into the mid 200 fps range and according to ASG's rating, we should of been getting closer to 400 fps so something may have been up with this gun? My 10 shot accuracy test from 30 feet out using a semi rested position came in at around 4 inches. I am happy to say that my shots did seem to get to the target a bit faster than I was expecting with such a low fps chronograph testing. In terms of shot placement the ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty CO2 Airsoft Pistol shot a bit high and to the left so you may have to adjust your aim point since there is no hop-up or windage adjustments on this pistol.

I was expecting a lot more power from the ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty CO2 Airsoft Pistol since the 4.5mm Steel BB version of this same gun even with blowback operation still got an average of closer to 350 fps? I do like the lighter single action trigger the blowback version offers but the double action trigger of the non-blowback version is pretty good, not too heavy and fairly smooth. You can also expect to get at least 100 shots or more from a single 12 gram CO2 which makes this an relatively inexpensive gun overall.

Watch my YouTube Video Field Test for the ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty CO2 Airsoft Pistol:

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Monday
Feb092015

ASG Bersa BP9CC - CZ 75D Compact - CZ 75 P-07 Duty CO2 Airsoft Pistol Table Top Review

First off I have reviewed all of these ASG guns in the BB version which I will link to below so you can read the full reviews. The main difference with this review is that I am reviewing the 6mm Airsoft versions and in the case of the ASG Bersa BP9CC and ASG CZ 75D Compact, the only difference is the ammo they shoot, with the ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty, my Airsoft version is not blowback whereas the 4.5mm Steel BB version I reviewed earlier did have blowback operation.

My YouTube video for these ASG Airsoft versions does go into a lot of detail on each gun but in this written review I will keep to the basics since you can get most of the detailed information already in my 4.5mm Steel BB reviews for each gun.

Here are the links to my 4.5mm BB Reviews: 

Below are some of the sepcifications for these ASG CZ and Bersa Airsoft Pistols:

  • All use 12 gram CO2 cartridges.
  • All shoot 6mm plastic Airsoft BB’s.
  • All have working slides.
  • Bersa BP9CC has blowback action.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty & CZ 75D Compact are single and double action.
  • Bersa BP9CC is single action only.
  • FPS: (Bersa BP9CC 400 fps - CZ 75D Compact 425+ fps - CZ 75 P-07 Duty 480 fps).
  • Bersa BP9CC has a stick magazine with 15 round capacity.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty has a stick magazine with 16 round capacity.
  • CZ 75D Compact  has a full size metal drop out magazine with 15 round capacity.
  • All replicas of their modeled after firearms.
  • All are distributed by ASG (Action Sport Games) and made in Taiwan.

Pros: 

  • Bersa BP9CC love the design and how compact it is.
  • Bersa BP9CC has good weight for its small size, metal slide, trigger, stick magazine, barrel, slide catch release.
  • Bersa BP9CC is the only one with blowback action.
  • CZ 75D Compact has a full size drop out metal magazine that holds CO2 and BB’s.
  • CZ 75D Compact has nice comfortable rubberized grips.
  • CZ 75D Compact is the only one with adjustable hop-up and adjustable rear sight.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty has the highest fps at 480 claimed.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty lots of metal parts: Slide, barrel, magazine, hammer, trigger, slide catch, safety, magazine release.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty has a really nice double action trigger.

Cons:

  • Bersa BP9CC slide only goes back part way, not a full cycle blowback operation.
  • Bersa BP9CC does not have adjustable hop-up or adjustable sights.
  • CZ 75D Compact has a plastic slide.
  • CZ 75D Compact is a bit light weight especially with the magazine out.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty does not have blowback operation.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty does not have adjustable hop-up or adjustable sights.

Make sure to watch my more detailed YouTube Video Review for these ASG Airsoft Pistols as I cover much more info than this written article.

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Thursday
Oct162014

KWC 357 and ASG CZ 75 P-07 - CZ 75D Compact and Bersa BP9CC BB and Airsoft Update Video

Some more CO2 pistols I will be doing Table Top and Field Test video reviews for in the near future. Some of them I have already reviewed in different caliber versions, either 4.5mm Steel BB or 6mm Plastic Airsoft.

From KWC I show off two revolvers styled after the 357 and if you watched my Umarex Colt Python 357 Review then you will notice the similarities between these KWC made revolvers since they are all made by KWC. The Model 357 6 inch version is finished in Chrome and made to shoot 4.5mm Steel BB's while the KWC Model 357 2.5 inch shoots 6mm Plastic BB's and is in all black. At this time I do not have these KWC revolver listed in the Replica Airguns Canada Store but should have them listed fairly soon...

I also showcase three CO2 6mm Airsoft semi auto pistols from ASG that I have already reviewed in their 4.5mm Steel BB equivalents. The ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty Non-blowback, the ASG CZ 75 D Compact Non-blowback and the ASG Bersa BP9CC Blowback. 

Make sure to watch my quick Update YouTube Preview Video for these fine CO2 pistols to see them up close and personal...

Thursday
Mar202014

ASG STI Duty One vs CZ 75 P-07 vs Bersa BP9cc Head to Head Shootout

I was waiting for a magazine for my ASG STI Duty One 1911 to show up so I could finally do this "Head to Head" Field Test Shooting Review Video for the ASG STI Duty One versus the ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty versus the ASG Bersa BP9cc. All of which are Blowback CO2 4.5mm Steel BB pistols.

This Shooting Field Test went fairly well and all guns performed as expected, I did have one slide lock back on a loaded magazine with my ASG STI Duty One 1911 and one failure to lock back on the last shot with my ASG Bersa BP9cc, but it did eventually lock back.

During the Chronograph 5 shot per pistol test I got fairly similar fps from all three guns with the STI Duty One getting the highest of 372 average fps, the Bersa BP9cc getting runner up with 353 average fps and the CZ 75 P-07 Duty trailing the field just a bit with a 346 average fps.

During the target portion of this Field Test Shooting Review from 30 feet back in a semi rested position, again the pistols shot fairly similarly with all of them getting pretty close to 2-3 inch groupings. I did have a double shot right after my slide lock back on the STI Duty One as I pressed the trigger twice, once when the slide was locked back and again when I released it, this chambered two BB's into the barrel making the gun shoot a bit low for that double shot. With that negative one against the STI Duty One 1911, I did however find it the most pleasing to shoot! It had the best blowback action and the smoothest trigger, plus I just like holding and sighting in 1911's :)

The CZ 75 P-07 had the next hardest blowback with the Bersa BP9cc coming in second in the trigger department. All of these CO2 blowback BB pistols should get somewhere around 100+ shots pre CO2 if you take your time a bit between reloading magazines.

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Friday
Apr262013

ASG Products Back in Stock Again!

We have been taking preorders on many of our ASG Airguns and Airsoft guns for our Canada Replica Airguns Store, we where expecting them to be back in stock right around the end of the month. The good news is we got them a bit early so we are now filling back orders and most of our ASG inventory is now showing as in stock and ready to ship!

So if you've been waiting for an ASG gun, make sure to grab yours now before we run out again...