Written on: 08/03/2013 by robsamui (1 review written)
Firstly the build-quality of the Gamo Walther CP99 is top-notch - there's not a rattle or creak on it anywhere. For those of you used to the unthinking convenience of semi-autos then it's going to be a pain. The first 2/3 of the trigger pull rotates the magazine and its a long, stiff travel. But it actually takes very little practice to get used to it. Accuracy is an issue. The sights seem to be horribly hard to acquire a consistent target with. But fitting a laser sight, or adding a rail for… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2013
hello sorry to say, but this pistol was a large disappointment for me. the build quality is exemplary, but for over $200 it lacked in everything else. the double action trigger would be fine on a real defensive pistol for the first shot, but with casual plinking, it is absurd. the trigger felt soggy in both single and double, and traveled for two long. it was also not smooth. real hard to shoot with. the wighting of it was uncomfortable, and grouping was saddening. mag failed to seat nicely or… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/02/2012 by Chrisp99 (4 reviews written)
Well after owning many Co2 pistols, I have to say this one fits my hand perfectly, It has a nice light weight to it compared to the beretta 92f and the walther cp88 which i think are pretty heavy to hold, The only down side to this pistol is the double action, Its very heavy compared to the 92f or the cp88, however pull the slide back and the single action is nice. And as for accuracy. Dont expect to much. but practice makes perfect. and i can get a good 2 inch group at 15m, exspect the power… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2011 by baggus (4 reviews written)
not very powerful, but looks the part its no good for pest control and only reasonably accurate for close up target shooting big thing is it looks like a real gun , i traded mine in against a crossman 2240 pistol which for me is much more powerful and also .22 and gives more shots per CO2. its down to your choice its not a bad product but i found the crossman better for my needs… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/01/2010
Looks great and handles like a 'real' gun. Accuracy ? Thought I was an ok shot but can't get good grouping whatever ammo I use - ok for tin cans though. Make sure you seat the pellets into the magazine properly or you'll get misfires a plenty !! Don't want to sound too negative because despite it's faults, I really like this pistol - under 2 seconds to empty the mag is such a stress buster - buy one !!!!!!!!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/11/2008 by dwl1966 (5 reviews written)
I acquired my CP99 a few weeks ago and have been very happy with it. Very compact; but with a nice heft and weight to it; SA and DA trigger is fine once used to it. Accuracy is good for the 3.3" rifled barrel; added red laser accessory fits very nicely and adds both fun and added accuracy. Used standard Umarex 8 round metal mags - dependable and reliable - get extras!
Recommended!… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/01/2011
Hi, please can someone give me some adive on which is better out of the 'walther cp99' and the 'colt goverment 1911' air pistols because I cant decide on which one??
thanks… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2010
buy co2 pistol so I can .. which is better valther cp99 or deser Engle Blow-back .. if you can give me some advice… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2010 by charlieshuck1211 (1 review written)
The cp99 is a fantastic air pistol it is perfect for recreational use and is great fun to show off to your mates the gun is great at single action firing but i don't recommend using the double action firing as although i may look, sound and feel cool you loose alot of your accuracy. the accuracy is very good (for an air pistol) considering all co2 pistol are not very good for accuracy as they are usually based on pistols used by the police and are not needed for shooting targets but people! i… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/10/2009
WELL THIS IS A CUTE PISTOL WITH AN ACCURATE CAPACITY OF FIRE AND AS I LIVE IN INDIA THIS ONE IS WAY TOO EXPENSIVE FOR AN ORDINARY MANY ,, ITS KINDA TRIPLE THE PRICE IN INDIA,,HYDERABAD… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2009
The Walther CP99 is a fantastic pistol. It could have done with a little more power, but with looks like that who's counting?
I've put a silencer on my standard CP99 (to make it a bit more 007 )!
It has a good weight and its accurate… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/08/2009
The Walther CP99 is a great piece, easy to use....so much fun… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2009
Hey guys I'm just writing this review because last year I bought the Walther CP99 it is a very comfortable gun to shoot and hold. It has the curves in the grip which make it very hard to slip away from hands which makes it good for accuracy. I also bought a silencer and the laser. The laser can easily work very well over 15 metres with a very bright red. The silencer is very useful because it reduces sound by around 50% less noise the only thing you may not enjoy about the gun is that it has… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/06/2009
The Walther CP99 looks good but thats about it price expensive and you can pick up a gun with a extra 250fps for about £40 so in my eyes i dint get my moneys worth !!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2009 by viewpointX (1 review written)
My Walther CP99 looks good, is well built and works well and is reasonable powerful, accurate and fun to use. It's easy to get spares, pellets, CO2, etc. with shops providing attachments, laser dot, scopes, etc.
It would be nice if the current problems with gun culture would allow us plinkers to shoot without possible nightmares occurring.
I would like a local club with outdoor shooting facilities… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2008
The Walther CP99 looks amazing, slide is innovative for co2 pistol without blowback. Well rounded and good value pistol. 360 fps power is weak compared to gamo pt80 with 410 fps… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/08/2008
Great value for money great fun for begginers or pros, there's not much power in it though. Still a great CO2 Pistol… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2008 by boondocksaint (27 reviews written)
This is an amazing airgun. i bought the one with the nickel slide so its got some pretty sweet looks. All around this is a very impressive pistol, i also put a laser sight on it, and it works better than i thought it would. I would reccomend this to any of my friends… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2008
I really like this gun. i bought it from blackpool air rifles for £100, so on the expensive side when compared to american prices but i think money well spent. Ive only had it a week but its been good fun so far and im sure it will last. Highly recommend this gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/05/2008
Great weapon, realistic and accurate. Good for both fun shooting and target practice would recommend to both experienced marksmen and novice shooters. Feels real, very accurate, great for general target shooting. Fits nicely into most holsters with little to no movement. The rear of the grip can be changed to better fit the hand of the user. this makes for much better overall feel and accuracy. 8 rebound rotary clip can run out very rapidly and reloading the clips is time consuming… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2008
I would definitely recommend the Walther CP99 gun to anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/02/2008
You can fire the 8 shots in about 1.5 seconds very accurately and medium to close ranged targets, very effective weapon… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/10/2007 by Bennythecat (1 review written)
I really recommend this if you don't want to be spending loads of money on a expensive gun but you want a reliable gun as well… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/09/2007 by jimmanyk (11 reviews written)
Fitted Brocock moderator, borrow Logun s16 silencer much quieter.
Used cheapo 4.5mm wadcutters which ate gas, now use Crosman Accupells .177.
Don't use much, bought on a whim (James Bond phase)
Good for cans and paper punching.
Make sure pellets are seated in magazine… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/05/2007 by Sacko0709 (6 reviews written)
Nice cheap gun good fun but very picky on pellets/bbs not very accurate etc… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2007 by lefty (2 reviews written)
Just received my Walther CP99 today and of course i had to go out and use it straight away. It's such a simple pistol to use. I got mine from JSR for 94.95 with case and 2 mags not bad i think… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/04/2007 by brandonbbb (1 review written)
Personally i think this is the best Co2 pistol i have ever bought and believe me i have bought a lot. Ever since i bought mine the price has gone down to 90$. I think I'm going to buy another one for the heck of it… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2007 by Panzerelch (1 review written)
Just a really nice airpistol. Easy to load the mag and unload. The way the mag is set up with magnets to hold the next 3 to 4 shots in battery plus the spring pressure there is no way you could pull the trigger fast enough to jam this up.
It is a short range air pistol maybe 20 meters as far as hitting what you aim at Smooth bore Ok I have seen that on all the Blow back air pistols. Not sure why.
If you want a model of a real gun that shoots BB's get this. It's not made to compete with other… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2007 by spidersfingers (1 review written)
First Impressions and Loading:
First impressions were good, came well packaged in its out carry case, with two magazines. The pistol itself was in a clear, sealed plastic bag and the metal parts were coated with oil to protect them from rust. Bluing is nice and even. Initially checking the gun for functionality, was very impressed, its very straight forward to use, and i only had to look at the manual once, too see how to get the gas clip out of the grip. This is done with a small lever located… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/09/2006 by dogsbody (4 reviews written)
This is my second review and now I have been using the Walther CP99 for about 6 months and fired off about 10,000 pellets, it just gets better and more accurate. Any initial stiffness has worn off and the earlier jams are a thing of the past, as it has worn in and I've used quality air-gun oil. I get 80+ shots from one CO2 cartridge even on fairly rapid fire. The dedicated Walther laser sight is well worth getting, as it fits neatly on the rail under the muzzle. The only problem is it makes… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2006 by Joji88 (1 review written)
I bought my CP99 in China (underground). This gun is great and apparently, it has also been modified for power prior to my purchase. I also received 2 mags, one for BB's and one or pellets. I have not shot Pellets yet but so far shooting BB's I must say that the performance is beyond what I have expected.
shoots through aluminium Cans filled with water with ease and in some cases, will penetrate Steel cans. I am not an experienced shooter and am just getting into this sport. I must say...I am… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2006 by Overrev (4 reviews written)
Walther CP99 - I would not recommend CP99. Put your money toward something better… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2006 by DylanF (1 review written)
Looks real, bought my Walther CP99 a couple months ago, it is I think the best choice BB gun to take on the hunting trip. It uses pellets not bbs so it is great for shooting that deer. I am not a hunter but it is a great gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/05/2006 by The Farmer (46 reviews written)
I love this Walther CP99 it's a great shooter and if anyone is looking for a c02 pistol than I believe this is the number one choice. Great Buy! I give it the thumbs up… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2006 by spectrum76 (1 review written)
I liked this Walther CP99 the second I took it out of the box, nice feel although a lil heavy, it feels nice in hand.
I took it to my local firing range and the second I opened the box everybody wanted to take a look. I then proceeded to give it a shot, not bad and accurate enough but the front sight is hard to see in lower light. I added a piece of hi viz like stuff the same height as the front blade and that fixed it, ding a twoonie at 15feet!
Have fun, play safe!… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/05/2006 by coolboarder (1 review written)
A beautifully crafted piece of kit it feels and looks great. Look out for high prices. It's possible to get a Walther CP99 for £85 but some are charging up to £140. Even at that price it's almost worth it but at less than £100 it's a bargain. It looks fantastic with silencer and Hawke red dot sights but again shop around the silencer varies from less than £20 to £40… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/04/2006 by Vincent 70 (17 reviews written)
Hi, I'm 35 I've bought my Walther CP99 10 months ago, and I'm using it every days I can. After 4000 shots this gun is still in perfect conditions! For me the CP99 is a must in CO2 guns, it's strong, not too heavy, it has a smooth feeling when you take it in your hand.
It could be a little more powerful.
And it's the James Bond choice... ;-)))… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/03/2006 by dredog007 (2 reviews written)
I am 27, and have been into pistols (air or otherwise) for ten years. I would have to sneak airguns into mommys house at the age of 18. I loved them for the quality craftsmanship and the attention to detail. Until now, the most expensive gun I owned was a Crossman 1008. It was nice, but plastic. I didn't really know that air pistols like the Walther CP99 existed untill I went online. I was determined to find the best co2 pistol I could find. I wanted a pellet shooter with power and accuracy… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/03/2006 by chunkymunky (8 reviews written)
I bought the (Umarex made) Walther CP99 a few weeks ago, and have been using it a lot for target practice in my back yard.
I have to say that this is the most fantastic performing Co2 pistol I have ever owned and used.
I had 2 Anics Skif 3000's before, both went wrong, so I gave them both back.
I'm so glad I bought the Walther CP99.
It's light, very accurate, fast firing, reliable, and great fun to use.
I have a top notch silencer and laser fitted onto mine, so it's highly accurate (able… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2006 by saintlysimon (15 reviews written)
Good fun, if nothing else. If your looking to shoot pistols with high levels of accuracy, get a decent pcp pistol.
I liked the Walther CP99, but it is a toy. The gun is heavy, and reaistic, I have used a real Walther, and this is spot on for weight and feel.
CO2 last a fair while and are in expensive, but consider the re-charable carts from brocock if you already have PCP re-charging euqipment like me, then you never need buy a new co2 cart.
In single shot you will see some nice ccuracy… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/12/2005 by wahoofan627 (3 reviews written)
I bought the Walther CP99 gun for $20 so that I could plink around with my friends and it was great for that. Now that I have been playing for a while I have realized it is just a cheap starter gun. It is pretty accurate indoors, but since it uses .12 BBs it is almost obsolete outside. The pistol looks very cool, but is made entirely of cheap plastic. If you are just looking for something to mess around with then this is fine, but maybe spend the extra 10 bucks to get a nice spring pistol if… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/11/2005 by Simon26 (6 reviews written)
The Walther CP99 is a lovely looking pistol. I purchased the Black/Nickel version, and it looks and feels like a real Walther. The weight is superb, and the quality and finish makes this air pistol stand out from a lot of its rivals.
The pistol can be fired in either single or double action, so you can shoot targets carefully, cocking the action each time or blast away as fast as you can pull the trigger, Thanks to the 8-shot rotary magazine. Two magazines come supplied with this pistol.
The… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2005 by imax1971 (3 reviews written)
I have had the Walther CP99 CO2 pistol for a few months, and I have shot at least 1500 rounds through it. The guns craftsmanship is top notch. It is easy to load, and I like the removable CO2 "magazine". The CP99 is very accurate. However, this pistol has very little power. Pellets will bounce right off of a plastic soda bottle from as close as 15 feet.
If you are looking for an accurate pistol that looks and feels great, and don't mind the low muzzle velocity, this is the one for you. If you… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2005 by Evaret (1 review written)
My Walther CP99 CO2 pistol came in a nice plastic case with two 8 round mags, and one additional back strap. Was zeroed in and very accurate out of the box. Equally accurate using Beeman coated wadcutters, and Crossman domed .177 pellets. The only negative is the amount of force needed to discharge this weapon both in S/A and D/A. If trigger pull could be appropriately reduced I would give it a 10. I would pay more for this pistol if they added a far lighter trigger… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/10/2005 by ColeMole (1 review written)
I read all the preceding reviews on the Walther CP99 CO2 pistol, and I agree with most points. I have a Gamo PR45 (owned for over 12 years), and today I bought a new Desert Eagle blow back, which I will also review later.
The CP99 has the look of a James Bond gadget, but lacks the accuracy unless you are James Bond of course. I would say the gun is good but not excellent. If you are reviewing this with a view to a purchase, go for it. It's not perfect but it works constantly well with no… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/09/2005 by davemoss (4 reviews written)
Many people claim the Walther CP99 is not very powerful or accurate but I don't find this a problem.
I find I can get a grouping of about 3/4 inch from 10 metres. I think this is intended to be a replica rather than a sporting pistol and it does the former very well with enough of the latter to hold it's own at the range.
I have also fitted a laser which is easy to do and can be removed and refitted in a second. the laser is also easily calibrated by two grub screws.
I am also interested in… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/09/2005 by ted3929 (37 reviews written)
Got mine for $77 delivered from PyramydAir.com. Slightly smaller and thinner version of the CP99 and Sport versions but has some definite advantages.
Tips the scales (my scales) at roughly 26 ounces without BB and gas cartridge, about 28 ounces loaded. Solid metal construction on the top with the usual plastic composite on the bottom. Fit and finish is just as good as the German made handguns (these guns are made in Japan). Unlike some other Crosman guns, these are not made by Umarex which… Read Full Review
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