Written on: 25/11/2010 by bigbarry (2 reviews written)
this is one fun gun ( ALTHOUGH NOT A TOY ). I HAVE A TWENTY FIVE FOOT INDOOR RANGE , AT THAT DISTANCE THE BEST I CAN GET IS ABOUT A THREE INCH GROUP WITH THE HELP OF A REST . IF THAT SIZE PATTERN IS GOOD FOR YOU LOOK NO FURTHER ! BEING A BB GUN WITHOUT RIFELING ALONG WITH A THREE INCH BARREL I DON'T THINK IT WILL DO MUCH BETTER !
BUY EXTRA CLIPS , LOTS OF CO2 AND BB'S , BECAUSE ONCE YOU START SHOOTING IT YOU WILL NOT WANT TO PUT IT DOWN . MAKE SURE YOU PUT A DROP OF PELGUN OIL ON EACH... (read more)
Written on: 09/08/2009 by ReginaPhalange (1 review written)
Is your previously smooth Umarex CO2 Walther PPK/S slide sticking? Read on and maybe you'll have the solution to this problem.
Okay, I've decided to post my review of this gun after having it for a couple of weeks and reading the complaints posted here. I have already posted comments on some of the previous reviews, including a link to a possible solution to the sticking slide issue. I've also put this in my review here.
Okay, for starters, the Walther PPK is not a target pistol. You're...(read more)
Written on: 12/11/2008
At first when i received it did not look like much but after my first load and shoot was the best gun I ever held. The weight is just right. It shoots very accurate and never misses. I have left a few pellets through it and hit the target each time. Its one of those guns you just can not put down. (read more)
Written on: 10/11/2008 by bobt (7 reviews written)
I bought the Walther because I have a 10m shooting range set up in my basement and don't need lots of power.
I wasn't disappointed. The gun works flawlessly, and has the heft and feel of a real pistol. I've shot a .22 copy of the PPK and the recoil is about the same...so this makes a very good practice pistol for basement shooting.
The feel and quality are great for a sub $100 gun in my opinion. (read more)
Written on: 06/08/2008
A must for any airgun enthusiast & james bond fan. 1st class co2 gun.looks and feels like the real item. field strips like the real item.all metal finish. (read more)
Written on: 10/05/2008
My Walther PPK was great. Blow-Back Action love pulling the trigger as fast as can and mine acctually got stolen. I was gutted (read more)
Written on: 10/04/2008
This is a replica of a historic pistol still widely used today. I think the original design has been around since before 1930. When you look at it it says "classic German design" , it says "compact simplicity" , it says " old school 007".
However, If you want a co2 pistol for accuracy and power, well look for something else newer, because you won't be pleased. If you want a good replica of an original design that can launch a BB into a tin can then you may be satisfied. (read more)
Written on: 02/02/2008
works great for the money. The Walther ppk has good accuracy and power, definately recommend it. (read more)
Written on: 26/01/2008 by dixiela
For fun, shooting indoors, and practice, i would highly recommend. NOT FOR CHILDREN. For a copy of James Bond's handgun everyone knows of, it is outstanding. It handles and recoils just as a real Walther PP or PPK, which I own several of. I very much enjoy it for shooting in the basement, quick draws, and getting accurcy down pat. Although not real powerful, it makes a good practice shooting indoors. I have shot mind throught many co2 cartriges, thousands of bb's, and have had no problems... (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2007 by thestone46 (1 review written)
One of the problems, the manufacturers have with making replica firearms is that they are used by people who think they are "toys" and can be USED like toys. This little Pistol is as close as you can get to the real thing, and it needs to be treated as such. Thoroughly cleaned and oiled (pellgun) after every session. This little fellow will work flawlessly if you treat it like the "real" pistol that it replicates . You need to treat it like a real firearm...THIS PISTOL IS NOT A TOY!! Only... (read more)
Written on: 16/11/2006 by revil429 (2 reviews written)
This is my second ppk. The first one I thought was a fluke. It constantly jammed up, not with a BB but that slide just would not blow all the way back. When you shoot this gun the hammer does not extend fully to hit the fire button, which does not let the gun shoot even after I have oiled it a lot. This gun is a nice one to add to your collection if you've got the extra money but I would save up and buy a better one. (read more)
Written on: 13/11/2006 by Sirholiday (2 reviews written)
Walther PPK/S .177 cal. CO2 BB gun... Stands for headache!
I had a softair gun and a spring piston BB gun, and it was time for something new! Like many, I had been eyeing the PPK at Wal-Mart for some time, and it seemed to be the perfect gun.... CO2, James Bonds signature gun, Recoil, nice looks, small and compact, and last but not least, made by Crosman! I bought it, took it home, opened it up and Lock Load! Wow kick back is amazing, shoots as fast as I can pull the trigger, great power,... (read more)
Written on: 08/08/2006 by pillsbury (6 reviews written)
Keep it well oiled, and the slide will not stick. Blowback is a real fun-factor.
Instead, go with the daisy 15xt or 008 models.
Stay away from Anics Skif-3000 and Gamo V-3
JUNK!!!!! (read more)
Written on: 13/06/2006 by ted3929 (37 reviews written)
The Walther PPK were originally over $100 when new about 6 years ago. Now you can get them at Wally World for less than $65 on sale.
Maybe Wal-Mart had Walther change things around but this gun just doesn't shoot like the originals. Mine was obviously painted pot metal with burrs galore. Since this gun is made in Japan I expected better.
Forget using cheap bbs, this puppy wants the silver version or will constantly jam. When it does jam you'll lose your religion trying to get it... (read more)
Written on: 05/06/2006 by Terry Luck (8 reviews written)
I have tested many co2 guns basically because I couldn't find one that gave me what I was looking for. I have tested a Gamo PT80, Beretta A9000s and a Beretta 92f nickel and now the Walther PPk/s.
Wow I was happy when I got this pistol, it looked great, fitted my grip perfectly, and I just wanted to get round to testing it! It was easy to operate, just add co2, load the mag, cock the slide and pull the trigger Easy! The first shot I let off took me by amazement, the kick... (read more)
Written on: 22/03/2006 by dredog007 (2 reviews written)
I was watching the walther ppk at my local Walmart for a few months. i finally went in and bought it as an after thought. I even saved the reciept just in case it was rubbish and i had to return it. When i opened the box, i realized how satisfyingly heavy the gun is. felt nice to me. I quickly loaded my co2 and the bb's. I let off a few rounds to get the trigger feel. it wasnt bad for a cheapy airgun. I've owned a few walther guns and this one had the same nice quality. Accuracy was bad... (read more)
Written on: 30/12/2005 by Watts93 (2 reviews written)
When I bought the Walther PPK 4 months ago, I enjoyed it thouroughly, but only for can plinking. I do think it was a good price, but the accuracy is awful. And about a month ago the blowback action was not thouroughly working. It wouldn't self cock, it continues to do so. And I am looking into buying the CP99. I hoped this helped. And I got what I paied for which was 70 dollars. (read more)
Written on: 27/12/2005 by vinceb (46 reviews written)
Well, after a year of kicking the Walther ppk around, I finally bought one. I didn't think I was asking too much, just a reasonably realistic replica to do some informal target practice with.
Well, the pistol scored very well in the "realism" department with its good weight, smooth action, and it has a nice, strong recoil from the blowback action.
As for the "target practice" part, forget it!Accuracy good enough for soda cans at 15 feet was all I wanted, apparently I wanted too much! Most... (read more)
Written on: 23/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
The Walther PPK air pistol can't be faulted if what you want is a bit of fun. It fires fast enough, so you're bound to hit the target. It is not meant as a proper target pistol. It's a good laugh. (read more)
Written on: 17/11/2005 by xamllew
When I first got the Walther PPK air pistol it was extremely nice, and I loved it! One time I dropped it off my 2 story balcony on to the concrete patio, and it barely left a kink in the slide! But after the first month it started jamming inside the slide, so I've been trying to find out the problem with this for 4 months or so... If anyone knows how to fix this slide jamming problem, please leave this review a comment. (read more)
Written on: 16/10/2005 by sAMMy sNAkesKINs (2 reviews written)
I don't like the Walther ppk at all. It's expensive($69.99). The slide started to get stuck after i had it for a couple days. It's very inaccurate. Sometimes I can see the bb,s curve when I shoot it! The slide got a crack in it. After thet I had to force the slide back into place after every shot. It's more of a gun made for replication and looks. (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2005 by ted3929 (37 reviews written)
Bought one of the original Japanese versions of the Walther ppk Air Pistol. Constantly jams and locks the slide up to the point where it won't un-jam without a lot of force. Even returned the gun thinking it was a defect but to no avail.
Even when it did work accuracy really sucked.
Lost it a couple of weeks ago during a hurricane and didn't shed a tear over the loss. (read more)
Written on: 21/07/2005 by moparman815
It was an awesome gun when I first bought it. It is easy to take apart and clean too. The gun was dead accurate, and had so much power it jerks your hand when you fire with full c02. On a bad note the gun siezes up on you. I didn't even have it for a year, and now it's broken. The blow back doesn't slide all the way forward anymore, and it is now broken. I've oiled it, and always maintained it, but now it is done. It was a great gun, but now it can't be used. (read more)
Written on: 25/03/2005 by plinker51 (1 review written)
I just bought a new PPK tonight. The first 3 shots were fired at a 2 litre pop bottle filled with water, at point blank range. It never even so much as left a mark. I was very disappointed to say the least.
I know this isn't a sporting gun, but a power level as lame as this is ridiculous.
Is there a way to 'mod' this piece so the blow-back is disabled...potentially allowing more power to get to the BB..?? If I'm stuck with this as it is, I will return it in the very near future. (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2004 by kmillard (34 reviews written)
I have had my Walther PPK/S for less then a year and have fired thousands of rounds through. It very realistic, good weight can be single or double action fired. It is really easy on co2 150 shots average per co2. Not very accurate but short barrel and brass to boot a pellet version would be better, the FPS is kind of slow for a $149.00 dollar gun, canadian of course. My 357 smokes it even with the 4 inch barrel. This is a toy and collectors peice more then anything and a very fun gun. I... (read more)
Written on: 05/07/2004 by humperdingle (6 reviews written)
The Walther ppk is a fantastic looking gun. Very realistic looking at a glance, and even feels as heavy as the real thing... only giveaway is that the receiver on the firearm version is chrome.... but anyway...
I found that unless you wait a while between emptying magazines (i.e. let the CO2 warm up again), you can rarely get more than 35 shots on full blowback action. The pistol can still be fired after this,however, by manually cocking the hammer to fire. A bit annoying, but the first 35... (read more)
Written on: 04/05/2004 by diananike (9 reviews written)
The Walther ppk is a Wonderful replica of the classic concealed carry pistol that has protected and murdered three generations. This gun is so realistic I bought it at Uncle-mikes Inside the waistband holster to practice draws and headshots from concealed at 7yds. The pistol is woefully inaccurate with steel BBs (4-5" at 7yds) but Gamo lead rounds are at least acceptable for the CCW drills (3"@7yds) This pistol is just a toy or ornament it serves no sporting purpose but is mega-fun. (read more)
Written on: 16/03/2004 by Kedstar21
The Walther ppk is a good gun overall. It has a very realistic look and feel. The blow back gives a kick similar to a real gun. Also it is pretty acurate in close range. Extra clips are hard to find, the loading would be a snap if you have extra clips but if you dont you will be reloading every 12-14 shots or so. (read more)
Written on: 08/03/2004 by copperhead22 (1 review written)
I have owned the Walther ppk gun for about 6 weeks now and I love it! It is very similar to my Walther P22 in size and weight and I can use all my holsters for this bb gun in addition. The semi auto allows you to shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger!!! I normally shoot about a clip of 12 and let the CO2 cartridge warm up a bit to get maximum shots per cartridge. I currently get about 180 shots per cylinder with the last 15 or so using the hammer to cycle the round as the slide stops... (read more)