Walther PPK/S Black BB Gun by Walther
Item #: 225-2209
Suggested Use: Plinking / Fun
Enjoy the excitement of the Walther PPK, one of the world’s most famous pistols, with the PPK/S CO2 BB Air Pistol. Put on the safety shooting glasses and power up the PPK with the included CO2 cylinders and fire 15 steel BBs as fast as you can pull the trigger. The realistic recoil made by the split-second precision BLOWBACK action and its heavyweight steel construction lend to its authentic look and feel. The BB magazine slides out with the push of a magazine release button and the CO2 compartment is housed under the grip plate.
|Caliber||Action||Power||Capacity||Total Length||Barrel Length||Weight||Velocity|
|Our Price||$69.95 Save $6.00 (8%)|
|airgun use||Plinking / Fun|
|warranty||1 Year Limited|
Boiling Springs, NC
Lengendary looks, questionable quality.
April 17, 2014
Slick looking little gun with a great feel and realistic action for James Bond wannabees. Slide started jamming after a year or so of light intermittent use. Tried to strip it and make it right but quit shooting again soon after. The slide is probably more trouble than it is worth. Let the buyer beware.
, Puerto Rico
I would recommend this item to a friend.
I got one yesterday!
February 27, 2013
The metal frame makes it look real! It is heavy and the blowback action gives it a good feel. My father in law owns a couple of real guns and this is the closest I have come to firing an airgun that feels like the real thing.
Pros:Blowback Metal frame
Cons:The Co2 lever subtracts from its "real" appearance.
September 29, 2009
thing i liked: size, feel, shots per co2 (about 70=90) very light trigger pull and slide stays open when clip is empty things i would have changed: power power power.. a lot underpowered but all in all fun pistol. maybe make it easier to load the clips. something to hold the spring in place. all in all fun gun make sure u get extra clips.. if ur not use to blow back pistols u will find urself having a hard time getting accurate shots.
March 15, 2009
Bought this gun several years ago because of realistic look. Blow back was neat but after having pistols with FPS of 480 the PPk at 340 is really a poor performer. Guess it is Ok for indoor practice but out in the yard plinking at 30 -35 feet it is sad, I find blowbacks lacking in powerexcept for the Beretta Px Storm. There is a nice gun if you must have blowback.
is this gun all metal? Anybody make a plastic boot to cove the co2 screw on the handgrip base? One that looks like an extended magazine? Is it accurate? Is it loud? Are the grips cheap plastic? Is it double or single action? does the safety work?