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Umarex Steel Storm Air Pistol (Black, Medium)

by Umarex
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  • 6-shot burst "full-auto" action
  • Single-shot semi-auto action
  • 300-round reservoir
  • Powered by 2x12g CO2 capsules housed in the drop out magazine
  • Built in 30-round BB magaine
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Product Description

The Umarex Steel Storm Tactical BB gun has a 30 shot capacity, with a 300-round reserve! It allows you to shoot 6-shot bursts in "full-auto" mode, and single shots in semi-auto mode. The gun gives the feel of a real gun in your hands with its ultra-accurate look and feel. The gun is powered by dual 12 g CO2 capsules, and the CO2 is housed in a drop out magazine for ease of access.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.1 x 11.2 x 2.5 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Germany
  • ASIN: B0033K5U36
  • Item model number: 2252155
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,653 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very fun gun to shoot.
brett Hurt
Cartridge loading is efficient, with no loss of CO2.
roby22
I'm STILL waiting for a working gun.
Bill K.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

109 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Tech Guy on July 28, 2010
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Great fun for the day it lasted. BB's spill into the internals and jam up the works.
Reading other sites, this is a known issue with the Steel Storm.
Umarex offers a 90 day warranty, I opened my up to clear out the mess..which also voids the warranty.
But when asked, Umarex offered up this response:

>
I apologize for the inconvenience. We do not carry repair parts, service or have a part diagram for that specific model. I apologize for the inconvenience.
Please let me know if there is anything else I can do for you and I will be happy to assist you. Have a great day.
>

No parts or service for the Steel Storm from Umarex? That makes their warranty pretty useless :)

It could be fun item- if Umarex planned to fix their defects, or back their warranty...
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68 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Bill K. on February 1, 2011
IF ....... (key word) you get a Steel Storm that works right out of the box you'll enjoy it. Fun to shoot and accurate ........ BUT .... that wasn't my experience. I bought 2 guns for Christmas gifts - one worked the other didn't. In the box it says to NOT CONTACT THE RETAILER - CONTACT UMAREX. It's been 2 months of emails, complaints, escalations, and one return that I had to pay for. They sent a second defective gun!!! I'm STILL waiting for a working gun.
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By roby22 on July 25, 2010
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This airgun is a blast! It is eager to fire away and, in a nice surprise, actually seems happier in full automatic mode than in single shot. Accuracy is good in both modes - far better than I was expecting - and the six-round automatic setting will give a decent pattern - not the "BBs all over the place" you'd think.
Construction quality is excellent and the appearance is great - a neat trick when working in plastic.
Operation is economical, with well over 200 rounds out of each set of 12g cartridges. Cartridge loading is efficient, with no loss of CO2.
You really will need a red dot as the sights built into the gun are not much help but the built-in rails make that easy.
Excellent value for the money.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Anthony J. Lomenzo on February 26, 2011
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Come on now, and even granting that you're no stranger to, shall we say, bullets, BB's [4.5 mm metal or 6 mm 'Airsoft' plastic], and pellets [.177/20/22/25 calibers] what, are you going to do the "mighty Bwana" thing with a BB gun or is it that the 'full auto' feature [in six round bursts] of the Umarex Steel Storm just intrigues you? And the real topper, you're no elementary school kid either, are you? Just keeping you honest about it. ;-)

That said and out of the way and duly trusting in your sense of humor, what attracted me to the Umarex Steel Storm CO2 [two of them!] 'air pistol' was not just the 'Tek 9' looks of the thing but the 'full auto' feature of this 'metal' BB firing airgun and basically having some fun with it plinking at cans and paper targets [indoors as well using BB/pellet traps] while leaving any small game or pest control issues to air weapons that can humanely do the job. See my other reviews on the .22 and .25 caliber air rifles.

Let's get to work: As soon as you take the Umarex out of the box, you'll hear a sudden and what sounds like 'something is loose or broken' sound as if something is radically wrong in its internal innards. Don't fret! They stuck an extra 'free floating' CO2 plastic cylinder turner gizmo in the clip and it simply rattles around in there until you remove it and then you'll note the fixed one in there too. The second one is merely an extra but 'not' meant to be stored in the airgun like the first one is. Best advice is to go to Youtube and see a few videos on the Umarex and this saves time with regard to its operation. Get this, look at the manual that came in the box with the airgun, NO-WHERE is it even mentioned [!] that you have to cock the thing using the rear cocking lever in the rear of the airgun before it will fire!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By gryphon on July 6, 2012
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A good chunk of the reviews for thisgun are negative, most of them complaining about its reliability, and to some extent thats true. My steel storm only managed to shoot through one co2 mag before it broke, but i wasn't going to let that rain on my parade. There are loads of videos and tutorials for taking this thing apart and modifying it, and it you dont mind voiding you warranty no one very seems to get fulfilled i urge you to go for it. The gun comes apart pretty easy, and oddly enough is actually easier to put back together if you do the full auto mod. There is a small army of spring loaded levers in sliders in the gear box that controll its six round burst and are all but impossible to keep in place when putting it back together. Removing everything but the sear and trigger link leaves the gear box easy to reassemble and still capable of single shot and full auto.

Turns out what caused mine to break was a lose seal in the bolt. Its a metal gasket that forms a seal on the head of a piston that slides up into the bolt and operates the blowback. Reseating this gasket has since solved the problem and it has fired well over 5000 round since with out a hitch.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Airgun Junky on March 16, 2012
Hello Airgun Junky here.

I can't hold it in any longer I must report the flaws of this gun if they post it. This gun is a
real blast and a pain in the back side at the same time. I went around and around with Umarex too. Like all of you I found it frugal and very disheartening among other thoughts and phrases. I HAVE NOT READ SO MANY BAD REVIEWS ABOUT ONE GUN IN MY HOLE EXPERIENCE WITH AIRGUNS. I own 15 airguns and not all Umarex guns are flawed. My point is when the gun breaks and the warranty runs out start searching
the web for broken guns and try to buy them to fix yours. Or hire someone to do the cannibalizing to fix it and pray something else doesn't brake again.
P.S. (I'll share a trick for replacing the magazine spring use a 10" wood/plastic skewer about 18" of 6lb.test fish line. Tape/tie the fish line to the skewer, feed the opposite en of skewer through the spring. Now remove the skewer after string is completely through the spring or you may want to use the skewer to cinch the string down. Use a knot that can slip one way and stay, now you can put the spring on the spring follower. Put the string through the slot on the gun and then put the spring now on the follower into it's slot. Now put the spacer back in. I Use some extremely sticky tape to hold the spacer from the front. DO NOT CUT THE STRING UNTIL ALL THE SCREWS ARE BACK IN.

If someone comes up with other tricks for this gun pass 'em on. Be an asset! Not an ass!

"Airgun Junky"
Thanx
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