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Smith & Wesson M&P Airgun (Medium)
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This BB gun is a replica pistol based on the S&W Military and Police firearm. The M&P air pistol is a BB repeater powered by one 12g CO2 cylinder that hides in the grip of the BB pistol. An integrated accessory rail underneath the muzzle is a great place to add a tactical flashlight or an airgun laser. An element of realism is added with a 19-shot drop out BB magazine. The Smith & Wesson M&P CO2 pistol has a manual safety, double action trigger that's amazingly close to the actual handgun, and fixed front and rear fiber optic sights. This BB replica is not only a great BB gun for some fun plinking, but also makes a great target shooting and training pistol for S&W M&P firearm owners.
Top Customer Reviews
The gun doesn't weigh much, however the plastic is durable, as is the magazine which is metal. Nice and heavy feel added to the gun. Not to mention the under barrel sight rail for lasers or flashlights.
As far as the sight rail goes & the very precise iron sights, a flash light attachment would be a much better accessory to buy. Will help illuminate the irons green and white dot sights for night shooters looking to scare off rodents.
It has good down range as well. I stood back at least 40 to 55 feet from a target and was able to hear it ding off with great effective precision.
It will go through soup cans no problem. As you can see from the images provided. I had no problem penetrating it. It penetrated through the front and pierced the back. This was the large Spaghettios can, meaning much thicker aluminum.
Overall I give it a 4/5. The reason I deducted is slighty due to the non blow back or non functioning gimmick button molds. Other then that relatively nice pistol. And nice to see the molded in stamping's.
I would recommend this to budget buyers who want a good and effective airsoft bb gun. It's high velocity and good targeting make it a good budget friendly sidearm.
1) Can't find magazines? Nonsense. Look at Walmart. They sell a package of two mags under the Crosman name for about thirteen bucks. They fit perfectly. While on the subject of the mags: easy to load, vs. some I've seen. You can easily make yourself a little BB loader to feed a stream of BBs right into the hole. That's because the groove for the spring slider is in line with the BB loading hole. I can fit 20 BBs in the mag with no jamming. I think it's advertised as holding 19. And the same magazine fits the Beretta Elite II replica BB gun, also from Umarex.
2) CO2 leaks? Not if you use a TINY dab of Pellgunoil on the tip of the cartridge before loading it. Do that and you will have no problems (others have mentioned this). I've had no leakage at all. This gun is a CO2 miser. In the summer, I can easily go through eight or nine, 20-rd mags on one cylinder. I'm really amazed at how long this gun remains accurate over varying amounts of CO2 remaining.
3) Accuracy. The trigger is long and hard (double action only), but like any other gun, you need to get used to it. Once you do, you can pop off accurate shots very quickly. Now remember, you are sending a round projectile (BB) down a smooth bore (think: Revolutionary War musket). You cannot expect rifled accuracy. You WILL get fliers--I sometimes think, "I was shooting the OTHER can, right?" But folks, I shoot soda cans at 25 feet and can hit them almost every single time. AND I can shoot a single can, hanging from a branch 25 yards away, yes, with fewer hits, but geez, 25 YARDS, people, and that's off-hand. On one knee, I can hit that can at 25 yards 1/3 to 1/2 of the time. I've since switched to homemade tubular (chime) targets at 25 yards, it's so much fun.
-- An aside on these BB triggers. The double-action trigger needs to first pull the inner barrel forward against a spring, so that when the trigger "breaks", the barrel can spring backward and activate the release of the CO2 to fire the BB. LOTS of BB handguns use the same mechanism, and have similar trigger pulls.
4) Sights. Did anyone mention them? They are wonderful. Non-adjustable, but bright and easy to see (white in front and fiber-optic green in rear).
5) No blowback. Who cares? Go buy a blowback gun and stop dissing this one.
6) Too much plastic, too lightweight, etc. See #5.
You want a useful negative comment? Here you are: The CO2 door (the sliding handle) is too easy to come off and difficult to get back on. But it does not happen that often and I'm not knocking it down a star for that.
Here's another one (and again, it's minor, so no knocks on the stars): If you partially pull the trigger (take up), then change your mind, a BB will be released into the barrel and will slide out when you lower the muzzle.
Remember this is a BB gun, and an inexpensive one at that. Pretty doggon' nice for the money, in my book.
There is a guy on YouTube who does great reviews on replica airguns. I'm not going to plug his site directly, but if you can google, you can find it. In my opinion, he puts too much emphasis on moving parts, blowback, and other features which would make the guns more realistic, but he still does a very thorough review, and they are worth watching.
I added an "Ade Advanced Optics Compact Pistol Green Laser" (also purchased here on Amazon), though the stock sights are very good (the rear sight is a fiber 'U' which glows in daylight, so you just line up the 3 dots). That laser sight (green dot) is like *made* for this gun.
The trigger pull is quite long, but I like that this gun won't be fired accidentally and there is a 'click' just before the release of the 'hammer', so you can steady your aim at just the right moment. If you want to, you can still rapid fire this gun.
I purchased a Crosman Wildcat for my wife at the same time and they are very similar, but the edge goes to the Umarex:
- The magazine is of higher quality and noticeably heavier
- The rail fit the intended laser sight perfectly while it would not fit on the Wildcat
- The sights are way better
I've put about 50 BB's through it and the first CO2 cartridge is still going strong.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Mine came with a serious leak from the CO2 inlet but i wont knock it down for that
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