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Smith & Wesson M&P, Dark Earth Brown air pistol


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Smith & Wesson M&P, Dark Earth Brown air pistol

This BB gun is a replica pistol based on the S&W Military and Police firearm. The M&P air pistol is a BB repeater powered by one 12g CO2 cylinder that hides in the grip of the BB pistol. An integrated accessory rail underneath the muzzle is a great place to add a tactical flashlight or an airgun laser. An element of realism is added with a 19-shot drop out BB magazine. The Smith & Wesson M&P CO2 pistol has a manual safety, double action trigger that’s amazingly close to the actual handgun, and fixed front and rear fiber optic sights. This BB replica is not only a great BB gun for some fun plinking, but also makes a great target shooting and training pistol for S&W M&P firearm owners.

Smith & Wesson M&P, Dark Earth Brown air pistol

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  • caliber: 0.177
  • velocity: 480.00 ft/sec
  • Military and Police CO2 Pistol
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What customers say about Smith & Wesson M&P, Dark Earth Brown air pistol

  1. Robert M. Gaul "Bobby G" says:
    278 of 293 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Umarex Scores Another Hit!, January 21, 2009
    By 
    Robert M. Gaul “Bobby G” (Ft. Wayne, Indiana United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    At first I hesitated getting this BB pistol, but I liked the design of the REAL pistol so much, I just had to check it out.
    And at LESS than $40 (back when I got it in January, anyway), I figured what the heck…

    I was NOT disappointed!

    The pistol weighs in under a pound, is all composite material, but DOES have a metal clip that drops from the grip (nice). It has a good heft to it, and comes pretty close to a REAL S&W M&P 40 (empty).

    It holds around 19-20 rounds (BBs) depending on how crowded you want them, and the release for the clip has the same actuator as the REAL deal.
    The pistol has a manual safety on the right side of the frame exactly where your trigger finger falls, so it’s VERY easy to place ON or OFF.

    Now…for the really “good” stuff.

    The pistol is WICKED accurate (within fifteen feet – the length of my basement “shooting gallery”), and even shooting off-hand, one-handed, you can hit what you’re aiming at with relative ease, in spite of FIXED front & rear sights.
    Front sight is a blade w/ white dot – rear sight is green fiber optic loop w/ 2 dots. Be nice if the rear sight was adjustable, but it really doesn’t need it all that much.

    It’s a straight-shooter!
    And it doesn’t mind being SHOT FAST one bit.

    It is DOUBLE-ACTION only, so you’ve got a long trigger pull, but it’s under 5 pounds, therefore, no finger fatigue.
    I have torn the heck out of several soda cans with NO ricochet, so that means it WILL penetrate…remember that.
    Get a good backstop if indoors.
    The pistol is rated at 480 FPS w/ a range of 350 YDS.
    I’d have to say that with a fresh CO2 cartridge loaded, that’s pretty darned close. It’s got BALLS, that’s for sure.

    I managed about 80-90 shots per 12G cylinder, so no complaints there.
    If there are any “faults” to speak of…I just wish it had a BLOWBACK feature. It CRIES OUT for it.

    When I opened it up, I even tried to “rack” it, and then remembered the slide was fixed. Yeah, it looks THAT real.
    And since it LOOKS real, be careful NOT to be doing anything that neighbors or police might take an “interest” in…it WILL fool most anyone and could be taken to be a REAL pistol.

    This is one of THE best BB pistols for the price.
    Umarex swung with this and knocked it clean OUT of the ballpark.
    In other words…they “DONE GOOD”.
    Now…all I need are a few more MAGS.
    Shoot safely and enjoy yourself.

    Bob G.

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  2. Dave says:
    90 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Accurate, hard-hitting, CO2 miser, inexpensive, and yes, lightweight, September 28, 2011
    By 
    Dave (Raleigh, NC) –

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    I am surprised at all the negative reviews. Let’s hit them, one by one. I’m not talking about the airsoft gun, I’m talking about the BB gun.

    1) Can’t find magazines? Nonsense. Look at Walmart. They sell a package of two mags under the Crosman name for about thirteen bucks. They fit perfectly. While on the subject of the mags: easy to load, vs. some I’ve seen. You can easily make yourself a little BB loader to feed a stream of BBs right into the hole. That’s because the groove for the spring slider is in line with the BB loading hole. I can fit 20 BBs in the mag with no jamming. I think it’s advertised as holding 19. And the same magazine fits the Beretta Elite II replica BB gun, also from Umarex.

    2) CO2 leaks? Not if you use a TINY dab of Pellgunoil on the tip of the cartridge before loading it. Do that and you will have no problems (others have mentioned this). I’ve had no leakage at all. This gun is a CO2 miser. In the summer, I can easily go through eight or nine, 20-rd mags on one cylinder. I’m really amazed at how long this gun remains accurate over varying amounts of CO2 remaining.

    3) Accuracy. The trigger is long and hard (double action only), but like any other gun, you need to get used to it. Once you do, you can pop off accurate shots very quickly. Now remember, you are sending a round projectile (BB) down a smooth bore (think: Revolutionary War musket). You cannot expect rifled accuracy. You WILL get fliers–I sometimes think, “I was shooting the OTHER can, right?” But folks, I shoot soda cans at 25 feet and can hit them almost every single time. AND I can shoot a single can, hanging from a branch 25 yards away, yes, with fewer hits, but geez, 25 YARDS, people, and that’s off-hand. On one knee, I can hit that can at 25 yards 1/3 to 1/2 of the time. I’ve since switched to homemade tubular (chime) targets at 25 yards, it’s so much fun.

    — An aside on these BB triggers. The double-action trigger needs to first pull the inner barrel forward against a spring, so that when the trigger “breaks”, the barrel can spring backward and activate the release of the CO2 to fire the BB. LOTS of BB handguns use the same mechanism, and have similar trigger pulls.

    4) Sights. Did anyone mention them? They are wonderful. Non-adjustable, but bright and easy to see (white in front and fiber-optic green in rear).

    5) No blowback. Who cares? Go buy a blowback gun and stop dissing this one.

    6) Too much plastic, too lightweight, etc. See #5.

    You want a useful negative comment? Here you are: The CO2 door (the sliding handle) is too easy to come off and difficult to get back on. But it does not happen that often and I’m not knocking it down a star for that.

    Here’s another one (and again, it’s minor, so no knocks on the stars): If you partially pull the trigger (take up), then change your mind, a BB will be released into the barrel and will slide out when you lower the muzzle.

    Remember this is a BB gun, and an inexpensive one at that. Pretty doggon’ nice for the money, in my book.

    There is a guy on YouTube who does great reviews on replica airguns. I’m not going to plug his site directly, but if you can google, you can find it. In my opinion, he puts too much emphasis on moving parts, blowback, and other features which would make the guns more realistic, but he still does a very thorough review, and they are worth watching.

    Good luck.

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