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CO2 Pistols?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Steff, Aug 9, 2007.

  1. Steff

    Steff Active Member

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    Hi all / I know this is not really the place to ask but you might be able to shed some light (all knowledge is good knowledge!) My question is are CO2 pistols effective for plinking? I know the running costs are high and CO2 is temperature sensitive, but what's the performance like say to a spring pistol? Are they really just 'toys for boys' or can they be up there at the 6ft/lb mark? I see some of them appear to be really well made, the Walther CP88 and Beretta M92 in particular. Does anyone have any experience of these or CO2 pistols in general? Any tips when considering buying one? The've gotta be better than the plastic pop gun types surely for the money they cost! Anyway, sorry if I've offended anyone by going on about pistols in an airgun forum... just curious that's all. Appreciate all responses.
    Steff
     
  2. r2ombs

    r2ombs Newbie

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    :up: i've got a CP88. it's very good!
     
  3. Steff

    Steff Active Member

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    Thanks for the comment mate

    so how powerful is it?
     

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