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Backyard practice choice

Discussion in 'The Airgun and Paintball Club' started by VictorLouis, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. VictorLouis

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    very clearly looking to mimic the P-99
     

  3. VictorLouis

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    I dont' know that's necessarily the case. However, it does seem to have many of the Deutsch 'Wunder-Nine' styling cues.;)

    This thing has a fantastic trigger, howevering at sub-2lbs. If you don't mind the purposeful loading sequence, it's a nice piece.
     
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    I get that idea looking at the grip. The rest not so much, probably because they know that there are Walther bb guns of this model, and attempting to mimic too closely could result in a law suit.
     
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    This is a cheaper version of the Beeman P3.
     
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    Wally World has decided to quit carrying these guns. If you stir around you can find them in the clearance stuff. I got mine for $15.00 at the Mart. As stated above, it is a Chinese copy of the Beeman P3. Not the power for vermin control, unless you can sneak pretty close to a field mouse.