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yay!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by waltherguy, Jun 21, 2006.

  1. waltherguy

    waltherguy Member

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    yay! i finally bought a walther cp99 and i love it! although you wouldn't believe how hard it is to pull the trigger in double action mode:( . but that's ok. this gun is great fun and really accurate. i also got some of those gamo raptor pellets-just for special occasions. i use crosman premier lead pellets for just plinking in the back yard. this gun is great and i would reccomend it to any begginer airgunner.:D. something that's wierd though is it's supposed to have "blowback action". but when i fire it i dont see any blowback. mabe it's just so fast that you can't see it.
     
  2. Austin

    Austin Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations, man. I'm happy for ya.

    Dude, you don't need Crosman Premier pellets just for in the backyard. Just the normal Hunter pellets are dandy. As far as I know, the only pellet pistol that actually does the blow-back is the Walther PPK, hence why it is more expensive.

    I actually would like to see a review of this gun, as I used to have one when they first came out and it busted in the first week. (After only 500 rounds) So yeah, I wanna see what they have all done to make it a better gun.

    Happy Shooting!
     

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