"Let me just say this gun is awesome, but also a major pain in the ass if you need to try to fix anything with it. I put about 3 hours of work into it and it now works decently...I had a defective model that shot on full auto whenever you touched the trigger, and I had to remove the lock back function on the blow-back bit, and re-align the firing pin. You also need 3 hands and apposable toes to put the damn thing back together after you take it apart (I had to have a friend help me). I didn't buy it from evike.com, but it was from a licensed retailer, and it was the exact same gun. Also, my first mag didn't work.
-Best feeling airsoft gun I've ever held (the grip angle and trigger placement is beyond perfect. Amazingly comfortable to hold)
-Really cool sights that can be ajusted from 100-200 ft, via a spring loaded button
-Full metal, very sturdy
-fits nicely into regular pistol holster
-mags suck (leaky, needs new green gas every 17-18 shots, loose in the gun)
-gun will freeze up after about 2 mags and if you continue firing you WILL destroy your mags
-I won't include my issue with a gun that was obviously simply defective, I hope no one else has that problem
Conclusion: If you get a non-defective model this is worth every penny of the 100$...otherwise...still worth the money. This is the coolest freakin gun- BUY IT "I recently bought mine and have had a chance to use it in combat, so ill give you all my honest opinion:
+Looks awesome and paint is very nice
+Orange tip is easily removed (Barrel is not threaded, just pull it out the front)
+Rear sight is adjustable for range
+WE seems to have updated the design slightly, and the front sight appears to be held on tighter. In addition, the sear set appears to have been updated although i could be wrong (in any case, evike sells the replacement parts)
-Screws in the pistol may not be tightened down properly, be sure to double check all screws on the pistol (including those under the grips) to ensure that nothing is lost or improperly aligned. (one of my screws was lose and it was preventing the release of the slide catch - to fix, i removed the grip on the right side and tightened the screw to allow the catch to reset.)
-Complicated pistol that may require more maintenance than the seemingly bulletproof 1911 models, so in a way its just like the real one!
-BB's sometimes roll out the end of the barrel when the pistol is aimed down. i just cock it when i need it to prevent that.
-You cannot remove or insert the mag when the pistol is de-cocked. Attempting to do so will break things.
-Safety becomes loose after a while - i recommend using something (like tape) under the left grip to make movement of the safety mechanism more difficult.
Overall a nice little Luger. There are some things a prospective buyer should understand:
*It is not a sniper rifle, its a sidearm and as such it has limited range.
*It needs to be maintained and cleaned periodically - i personally use 30 weight silicone based shock oil for RC cars - usually available on amazon or in a hobby store.
*Its accurate, but don't expect rifle accuracy.
*ALWAYS store the pistol with the hammer de-cocked (remove mag and pull trigger) doing so will reduce wear on the trigger sear and on the hammer spring.
I my opinion, if you are willing to take care of it, its well worth the money. "I've had mine for about 4 months now, and while I'm quite satisfied with this pistol, I will say it's probably not the best choice for an airsofter who has little experience with gas blow-back pistols.
-Quite accurate (easily capable of hitting human-sized targets out to 100 ft.)
-Almost entirely constructed out of steel, making for a very sturdy weapon
-Approximately 310 fps (plenty good for a cqb pistol)
-It's a relatively high-maintenance weapon (requires very regular lubing, cleaning, etc)
-Gas mag leaked when I first got it. (I fixed mine by disassembling the mag completely and spraying all the o-rings and o-ring housings with silicon oil. I've found this needs to be done about once a month to keep the pistol operational)
-BBs had a tendency to roll out the end of the barrel every time one was loaded in the weapon. (This was fixed by spraying the hop-up with some silicon oil)
-Inserting the mag and removing it can be a little tricky. Just a procedure that you have to get used to.
All in all, I think this is a great pistol, especially for the price. That being said, if you're a beginning airsofter, this really isn't the pistol for you. Don't buy it unless you have a decent handle on disassembling and maintaining gas blow-back pistols. Read More Reviews Write a Review
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WE WWII Full Size / Metal Luger Airsoft Gas Blowback Pistol (6" Barrel / Black) Features: Full metal, heavyweight construction Extremely realistic detail Functioning charging mechanism Textured pistol grip Fixed rront and rear sights Realistic blowback action Dimensions:
280mm x 150mm
300~330 FPS (Measured w/ 0.20g BBs and Green Gas)
Green Gas, Red Gas, Propane
Semi Automatic, Safety
*GBB 101: It is a good idea to let your magazine return to regular temperature before
using it again for optimized performance. We recommend spare magazines for best performance on all GBB's.
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