- Uses 12-gram CO2 cartridge
- 8-shot rotary pellet mag (do not use pointed or domed pellets...they're too long & the gun will jam)
- 8-shot rotary BB mag
- Open sights (adj. rear)
- Accessory rail for laser or flashlight
- Textured grip with finger grooves
- Manual safety
About this gun, I really like the size, build quality, price and now accuracy. What more can you ask? A Refurbed Walther PPQ with 8 shot mag was a steal and I think it is well worth the regular $65 price compared to other guns so far as quality and realism are taken into account.
As far as the trigger pull I do find it heavy but in no way the heaviest I've had and it doesn't affect my accuracy, maybe it was the lubing. For those complaining about it, Man up or buy the CP99 For $60 more Refurb or $110 more for new or the great value equally as nice M&P S&W For the same price as the PPQ with double and single action all with rifled pellet barrels all shoot around 360 fps all take the same 8 shot rotary Magazine. I'm no beginner, I've paid a lot for the Higher priced C02 pistols (Cp88 6", Colt 1911 A1, and the Magnum Research Desert Eagle. Although much better I'm starting to question if they're $100 to $200.00 better. That's a matter of opinion and in some ways yes but in many ways no. BTW watch AGD's Refurbs. They're the best prices I've found. Honestly!
Price may sway my opinion but, I love this little gun.
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 360 fpsMag Capacity 8
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 360 fpsLoudness 3-MediumMag Capacity 8