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Walther Special Operations PPQ Spring Airsoft Pistol

   

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6mm/Airsoft BB

  • $24.99

  • SKU: 2000093

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The Walther® Special Operations PPQ Airsoft Pistol features a metal barrel and parts for long-lasting durability and a real gun feel. This single-action, spring-loaded 6mm airsoft gun has a velocity of up to 300 feet per second, and features two 15-shot magazines with built-in 85-round reservoirs. Use the integrated rail to mount additional accessories as needed. Comes with 400 6mm blue plastic BBs. Total Length: 7.25''.
Manufacturer model #: 2272540.

  • 6mm Airsoft pistol with real metal barrel and parts
  • Shoots BBS 300 fps
  • Spring powered, single repeater action
  • Includes two 15-capacity magazines
  • Built-in accessory rail
  • 400 6mm blue plastic BBs included
Walther Special Operations PPQ Spring Airsoft Pistol 2 5 1 1
Fun til it broke We had a lot of fun with this airsoft pistol. It's a good replica of a real PPQ (but plastic, of course). We only shot it at targets, cans, etc in the back yard. The problem is that it only lasted about 500 rounds or so. The small piece on the back of the slide that acts as a stop developed a crack. The crack makes it flex enough to pop out. This means that when you try to shoot, the whole slide moves forward too far and the springs pop out. I reassembled and tried again, but got the same result. The slide actually landed on the ground. It's useless with the back piece broken. I don't understand why a plastic part that impacts a piece of metal inside the gun is made so thin. This is a design flaw in my opinion. December 1, 2014
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