Written on: 07/09/2010
After seeing the Walther CP88 in the local gunshop I decided to buy the pistol because it looked so well made. At first I noticed how well the pistol fitted into my hand so well and was very light to hold. After a couple of days of shooting at recognised targets at 18 feet away I found out how to squeeze the trigger properly without distrubing the accuracy of the pistol. I was soon surprised how accurate this pistol is even though it only has a 4 inch barrel. And how powerful it is. It is... (read more)
Written on: 19/10/2007 by jes437 (6 reviews written)
I bought this gun as the standard 4" version, along with the 6" barrel/compensator conversion kit so that I could have both economically. Having owned a nickel Colt 1911 from the range for a while it was a pity that I could only get the black version of the CP88 at the time. I've a much older Barretta 92 and frankly the black finish is a mess now. I bought the Barretta used for little money so I was happy to put up with the complete absence of the black finish in some places, but with the... (read more)
Written on: 01/06/2007 by zanardi
I've tested it and the results speak for themselves. At 7 meter I've shot and destroyed a robust jar (tomato jar) only using a light plastic jacket pellets with steel internal body (Skenco). (read more)
Written on: 23/06/2006 by Micky8008 (2 reviews written)
I have had my CP88 Competition model 6" for about 6 weeks now, shot about 2500 rounds through it.
It's a geat gun, it has good power, great accuracy, very good for target practice.
I like the sound as well, it is more accurate and powerful on single shot mode.
It gets average of 410 fps on the chrono (when the co2 is full-ish and the weather is warmish)
Overall it's one of my favourite pistols from my collection.
I added the adjustable sights from Walther, which helped on accuracy.
Flat... (read more)
Written on: 06/04/2006 by DaaaveP (1 review written)
First off, I'm from the US.
My experence - I've been shooting bb/pellet guns non-competitively since I was around 7 and my dad got me a Crosman model 66C rifle (he often used it for pest control with possums, rats, etc) that I still have and shoot. About 2 years ago I decided to try a Gamo P23, and soon after that I got a Crosman 357 6".
Today I recieved my Walther CP88 with compensator and took it out for a test shoot. At around 15 yards I'm getting 2"-3" groupings with Beeman Laser light... (read more)
Written on: 26/07/2005 by hesho1962 (3 reviews written)
The Walther CP88 CO2 Pistol is a great gun for sharp shooting, training and fun. It also has a long range for a Co2 gun, A MUST HAVE. (read more)
Written on: 24/09/2003 by Gundog (1 review written)
I bought this Walther CP88 with compensator(6 originally with a Walther red dot sight and silencer from Uttings. Didn't like the plastic grips and wanted to increase accuracy and power, so bought walnut grips and 4" to 6" barrel conversion. Also, took the red dot off, as I find the fixed sight adequate and prefer the balance of the gun without it.
Trigger pull is excellent - smooth and predictable - the safety catch has an excellent positive feel and power is pretty good (though I have a... (read more)
Written on: 10/07/2003 by Bubbah.
A few words about my weapon experiences and ownerships.
I have owned and shot numerous air pistols and rifles as well as a couple life round weapons (also rented the shooting club's weapons because I am to lazy/occupied in periods in order to get more life fire gun permits ;)) throughout the years. A few years back I was competing, shooting field target with 6,5 rifles and indoor 15m shooting with .22's. Can't say I was the best, but I wasn't the worst either.
Currently I own these... (read more)
Written on: 24/01/2003 by Sparky.
The Walther CP88 is great for target shooting. Not heavy enough to make your arms tired. even after 3hrs constant shooting. A good choice of pellet are Bisley Practice (Flatheads). The pellet skirt sits nicely in the mag and they're nice & cheap too. (read more)