Written on: 26/07/2002 by Jazbear. (1 review written)
Light. Good looking similar to a Glok. Great sights. 28 shot magazine. Build quality very high. Single action mode is a dream to use. Up to 420fps.
Double action mode is a little on the heavy side to shoot rapidly, it takes 3.5kg of pressure on the trigger to use rapid fire. But there again it does have an amazing 28 shot magazine.
After shooting my friends Co2 pistol I decided to go and get one for myself. I held several in my hands, but the Anics Skif A3000 was a dream to hold as it was both light, rugged and extremely comfortable to hold. The gun is styled on a Glok and feels slightly better than the real thing. I love the fast aiming sights on this, this enables for rapid aiming. Accuracy quite good, but it is worth Zeroing in the sights first though.
The gun has a 28 shot 1.77 magazine that fits into the pistol grip like the real thing. Brilliant idea as you don't waste time re-loading. Get a spare magazine to allow for a longer hassle free session.
Co2 lasts for 60 to 75 shots depending if you rapid fire or not. Trigger pressure on single action is veryyyy smooth. Double action requires much more effort in comparison about 3.5kg of pressure, which can be hard work after 20 shots or more at rapid fire.
Muzzle velocity I have measured at 380fps to 420fps depending on pellet used. 4ft pound measured consistantly.
I like the military styling of this as it is rugged and functional. This gun out performed my mates Walther Nickel head that looks the part but doesn't reach 360fps and only has an 8 shot magazine.
Get one! You will not be disappointed
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