Written on: 04/03/2008 by danflex (27 reviews written)
651K, Although I'd been looking at it for a while and it was on my list pending more investigation. I finally bought this gun on a whim because it was on a half price sale at a website here in the US.
When it arrived I was immediately impressed with the gun but not so with its attachments. The gun is robust and in contrast the attachments rather toy-like.
However when assembled in any of the four configurations I began to adore it's schizophrenic appearance. Morph ability!
Then I shot it!
Dam if… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2007 by Jungle Jim Jam (5 reviews written)
This is my first review and it is of my first Russian gun. The Baikal MP651K.
My first surprise came when I took receipt of the package from UK importer, Brocock ltd. It seemed a good 30 % smaller than I had expected.
Then I discovered it to be about 50 % lighter than I had expected.
After eventually unravelling miles of packaging, I discovered a slim brown carton sealed inside a heavy duty plastic bag. The carton was a far-cry from the usual fare of graphics and logo emblazoned packaging… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/11/2003 by boom j (1 review written)
This was the most powerful airgun/pistol.the really cool part about it is the extensions e.g. barrel and butt. the best part of it the firing rate and the about of firing power you can lay down… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/09/2003 by SwD (1 review written)
My review of the Baikal MP 651K is not alone. So, I shall say what no one else will say here. If you needs powerfull, accurate (rather accurate) and cheap C02 Pistol - this is your choise. But you must apply your hands to this thing.
I've got 538 fps with BB from my MP651.
You must increase gas channel up to 3.8 - 4.0 mm. You must increase gas evaporation chamber as much as you can - 1 - 2 cub. sm.
No springs power changing needed.
Also you MUST tune magazine rotaring. Else you will loose… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2003 by Gun Engineer. (1 review written)
The Baikal MP 651K is a Russian made Co2 air pistol. The body is constructed of complete aluminium with comfortable, plastic grips. It feels very sturdy and like it is made from steel rather than aluminium. It also comes with a stock and an extended front end, both made from plastic, which can be easily clipped onto the pistol to turn it into a rifle. It's two guns for the price of one!
It has an 8 shot rotary magazine for pellets and an internal 23 shot BB magazine which needs the supplied BB… Read Full Review