- Fully Licensed Product
- Exceptional Ergonomics
- Two-Tone Grey & Black
- Asia edition (lacks EU F mark and 6mm markings)
|Model||P99 & PPQ & PPK|
|Power Source||Green Gas / Top Gas|
|Shooting Mode||Semi Auto|
|Net Weight (kg)||0.79|
Umarex PPQ GBB Pistol (6mm) - Grey (Asia Edition) (by WinGun)
The PP series from Walther has always been an iconic gun, made especially famous by the world's most renowned British spy himself, James Bond. With its metal slide and polymer body, it doesn't weigh very much at all. Most of the weight comes from its magazine which holds 22 BBs and can store enough can to go through 40 BBs. It is striker fired but you won't see it at the back.
The grip has a rather tribal-esque look to it which is comfortable to hold bare hands but if you are wearing gloves, there are so many serrations that it grips very well either way. There are a few serrations on the slide as well so anyone has their own method of pulling the slide back can do so in their own manner.
It is fully licensed so you'll see markings like you'd get from the real steel version which is very cool indeed. None of this 6mm BBs business, it actually says 9mmx19 and many more realistic markings.
How well does it fire? It shoots like a standard GBB pistol. Since most of it is polymer and the slide doesn't feel like it's made out of metal, even though it is, you'll hear a 'clack clack' sound which isn't the most appealing but the kick will surprise you. As you fire, you'd think that you can feel the gas depleting as you go through the entire magazine but it feels the same the whole way through which is a huge bonus. Even when you rapid fire, it'll feel consistent the whole way through!
We think it's a great addition to the PP family and would definitely be a suitable sidearm for you skirmishing!
- VFC PPQ 22rd Gas Magazine
- x1 Umarex PPQ GBB Pistol (6mm) - Grey (Asia Edition) (by WinGun)
- x1 22rd Gas Magazine