Written on: 27/06/2012
i owned the umarex beretta xxtreme a few months ago and had it for about a year, the beretta 92fs which it really is underneath the red dot sight and compensator is a fantastic umarex pistol. this is a fun tactical version which comes with a nice top point sight and a quad rail for fitting laser sights, torches or any other accessaries. i have to say though it is heavy for a pistol and there for may take the fun out of some shooters, the compensator does little or nothing for the accuracy and… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/07/2009 by jjbob (2 reviews written)
Own Walther Nighthawk, CP99 Compact and The Beretta XX-Treme. Same weight as a real pistol; good balance; trigger gets easier to pull (though pulling hammer back spins pellet cartridge); by placing a light or laser on the bottom of the pistol it can be used to leverage the gun with your raised and crooked elbow (hand on opposing forearm) as you sight; opposing safety switch for leftys; cartridge replacement seems (dispite my problem) best on market with exception of Nighthawk… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/02/2008 by jaywant (1 review written)
I had wanted either this or the Nighthawk for a while and decided to go for it.
Since the recent law came in which halted internet sales i had to buy the pistol from my local gun shop.
The guy completely ripped me off, but i didnt really have a choice!
i paid '£250 plus 10 Co2 cans and a 500 tin of pellets.
Anyway the guns nice, great for target shooting and looks very authentic… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/11/2007 by sentrydrone (2 reviews written)
This is my third Co2 gun (I own Beretta 9000S and Walther cp99), very, very accurate in target shooting (10 meters, 33 feets), of course not very practical, as it's large and heavy, a little too short (in lenght) magazine (as all the umarex products, excepts for revolvers) that will limit you in the choicee of the pellet. Anyway, it's a pleasure to handle and to own such piece of steel. of course you'll not have a precise trigger (as the target pistols) or an awesome power (like springers or… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/01/2006 by ted3929 (37 reviews written)
Be truthful, is adding a fake can (compensator) and red dot sight to the Beretta XX-Treme worth the $100 price mark up?
It still has the same notchy trigger pull of the regular Beretta because you are still fighting against turning the pellet holder while trying to fire.
Some say the accuracy is better, but I didn't notice much difference.
As usual, make sure the pellets are properly seated and heaven help you if you try to use pointed pellets (they are too long for the pellet holder… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/08/2005 by AJL (1 review written)
This is my first CO2 pistol, though I have owned a BSA Supersport air rifle for years. Bought the Beretta XX-Tremea few days ago for a very reasonable £145 from Guerrilla. Looks the business, feels right and is great fun to use. The compensator does actually improve accuracy. I fired 8 shots without it at 10m and all hit within 3-4". With the compensator I managed to get down to a 1-2" grouping :) Whether it is supposed to work as a silencer too, I'm not sure - seems to make it louder if… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/08/2004 by drlau9 (1 review written)
The Beretta XX-Treme goodness out weighs the pistol's bad point's by a mile away. The pistol at first seem to be oily, extremely, and stiff. I stripped it down to gun only, thus taking the red dot, rail, off. I took all the external screws out and fitted each screw with Nut Lock. Which would eliminate screws from coming loose. The pistol is very powerful for the first 10 shots, slight recoil. The suppressor kind of works, if you want it to work better just add selotape around the front 2 rows… Read Full Review
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