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Walther CP88BC Competition Pellet Pistol

CO2 Powered, 6 Inch Barrel
  • Code: 2252054 · .177 · 450 fps
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Walther has been manufacturing real firearm rifles and pistols since 1886 and they are transferring that well known reliability and grace now to the airgun market. Walther Arms has contracted Umarex to produce these amazing Co2 Pistols to exact specifications, such as dimension and weight, to replicate the actual fire arm that they copy. The Walther CP88 is a fantastic Co2 Air Pistol that features a single and double action trigger, an 8-round rotary clip that is easy to load, a fully functioning safety and discreet Co2 storage so the gun retains is amazing looks and feel Normally used in 25 foot competition shooting the CP88 Co2 air pistol is both accurate, powerful and extremely fun to use. This model uses a 2 inch external compensator and a 6 inch barrel. This will increase your shot velocity and the accuracy of your pistol. CP 88 BLUED ("Blued" is a term that means it was treated with black oxide. The result is a black finish.) The Walther CP88 features a frame-mounted thumb safety, rifled steel barrel, rear sights are adjustable for windage, contoured checkered grips, serrated slide assembly all packaged in a foam lined hard side case.

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  • ManufacturerWalther
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 450 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Semiautomatic
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 2.50
  • Overall Length 9.00
  • Barrel Length 6.00
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism CO2
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Blade & Ramp
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action Double-Action & Single-Action
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By DavidUSANovember 19, 2020

They aren't designed to leak CO2 but because the way they are designed they do leak. It would be so easy to get the bottles to seal very well AND put in the correct material for the seals so they don't rot and fail. Man, its the 21sy Century people.

Quite accurate. Good fps.

Rotary mag had the habit of falling out of place before I could close up the slide. Leaked CO2 very quickly so returned it.

By JamesUSAJuly 1, 2018

I got a good 80 shots from 1 CO2 cartridge. Has very good power. Very dependable piercing system. Great quality metal gun with very good magazines. This gun is the one to have for sure. I am so happy I purchased one!

As they are making many more BB guns than pellet co2 pistols and the newer pistols have weak fps makes this gun a must have. Really love the weight. fire power.

I cannot think of any cons.

By Greg S.May 3, 2018

Don't be disillusioned thinking you're going to be doing 1/2" groups at 40 to 60 feet. You won't be. At 20 to 30 feet it's fairly accurate once you get a feel for the weight and balance. It is way more accurate than the Sig P320 at the same distances and has a lot more punch than the Sig too.

Weight, build quality, rifled barrel, round 8 shot magazines, feel and no blow back which to me is a complete waste of co2 energy. Accuracy compared to similar air pistols is better at 20 to 30 feet. It is somewhat stingy with co2 use which is a plus.

The center blade sight was canted a bit to the left when aiming. I loosened up the two screws which hold the end of the barrel assembly and moved it clockwise as far as I could but it was still not at a perfect 90 degrees. If I could have got the center blade at 90 degrees it would have been a 5 star rating.

By bob l.September 16, 2017

trigger very heavy and rough causing me to pull shots on a regular basis. rear sight is only adjustable for windage and it fit very poorly in the dovetail groove. the bottom of the sight had a large gap from lousy and inaccurate machining. front blade sight was too narrow. sent gun back and upgraded to a s&w 5856 and I am very glad I did. major impronement in trigger and sights. s&w got it right.

6 inch barrel

just about everything else

By BarryUSASeptember 13, 2017

I was looking for a CO2 pistol to improve my handgun shooting skills without having to go out to a range. I started with the Walter CP99 BB gun. OK, but its accuracy was less than great, and I wanted to be sure if the problem was with me or the gun. So I bought the Walther CP99 pellet gun with a rifled barrel. --Better, but still not what I was looking for. Finally I went for the CP88BC pellet gun, with the rifled 6 inch barrel. Finally, the practice handgun I was looking for! Excellent accuracy. Very good trigger pull, both in single--and in double action. Excellent weight and balance. I'm delighted!

By DaveAugust 8, 2017

The gun does everything as advertised, very nice. My only complaint are the solid black sights. Hard to see in lower light or against black or dark targets.

By PaulUSAFebruary 8, 2017

Feel like a firearm, very good quality!!

Only drawback is you can not tell many shoots you have done!!

By NicholasUSAJanuary 17, 2017

After a few hundred rounds through my new CP88BC I am thoroughly satisfied. The pistol is very accurate and feels great in the hand. A tiny bit heavy for 10m shooting, but perfectly fine for my backyard competitions. The trigger is a little clunky but once you learn its break point it is completely usable, especially for a gun in this price range. I actually really like that in single action mode you can take up the trigger creep and then have a nice firm break point... reminds me of a two stage trigger. In double action mode I can put eight pellets 10m down range into a 6" target while firing as fast as I can, so not too shabby. As far as shot count, I have been getting between 80 and 88 shots out of a single 12g CO2, which I think is pretty decent. The one thing I did not like are the black on black open sights. When ahead and painted them myself as you can see in the picture. Once I did that I was able to drive tacks at 10m.

Accuracy, CO2 consumption, look and feel.

Slightly heavy trigger and black sights.

By JESSEUSADecember 1, 2015

Excellent gun in every way. The weight, the feel, the look, and it's very accurate, at 15 yards I am consistently getting a 1 inch hole pattern in my target. I love how the Co2 Cartridge loads and charges. I am getting on average 65 consistent shots per fill. I now have 19 air guns and this is my new favorite.

Accuracy, charging system, weight, feel, looks.


By TomSeptember 11, 2014

Great gun. Very accurate. Limited only by my skill. Very fun to shoot. Probably averages 60+ shots/CO2 before starting to fade and boy do the first ten or so ever crack! I wish that it had an integrated mount for a red dot sight. The only add on adapter rails seem to be cheesy plastic and require the removal of the rear sight. This gun is better than a plastic rail! Definitely buy extra mags. I bought 3 extra and I am thinking of picking up 3 more. Loading them is a bit tedious but not bad if you can sit and load a bunch at a time.

Quality of build Accuracy Fun!!!!

No accessory rails

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Do they make an air gun pistol that breaks down to clean?

asked Bruce from USA

Can I get the cp88 with wood grips and how much?

asked Randy from USA

Is this a single shot or semi auto?

asked Bob

What are the best pellets (brand/shape) to use in this gun?

asked Andrew from USA

What does the BC stand for on the Walther CP88BC Competition Pellet Pistol?

asked Jim

I would like to put a laser sight on the pistol. What is your experience? Thanks

asked Mark

What is the weight of this gun - and is it suitable for smaller hands?

asked Doug

what is the best pellets for this gun.

asked martin

Is this a blowback gun?

asked Rick J

Where can I buy the 4inch barrel to interchange with this?

asked allan

Try eBay.


Hello, I just purchased a Walther CP88bc competition pellet pistol. What type of red dot sight and mount do I need to purchase to fit this particular pistol? Thanks;

asked Hector from USA

Can the 2 inch external compensator be taken off?

asked Armando

The 'compensator' is actually just a cover for the extra two inches of barrel. You would have to replace the six inch barrel with a four inch unit - so just buy the four inch model if you don't like the looks of the 'compensator'.


where would you put a laser sight on this thing and if you can what kind should i get.

asked John

there is no mounting rail on this gun.

Steve from USA

Can you get the co2 cartrides for this gun

asked John

It takes 12 gram Co2 canisters, like these.

Steve from USA

is this gun accurate

asked john

This gun is extremely accurate and powerful

Clark from USA
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