Heckler And Koch HK45 6Mm CO2 Airsoft Pistol

Note: The following review is for two guns: the H&K HK45 6mm CO2 Airsoft Pistol and the Beretta Elite II CO2 Airsoft Gun.

Type: Airsoft Pistols
Manufacturer: Umarex
Model: Beretta Elite II & HK45
Materials: Metal and plastic (Polymer)
Weight: 1.5 pounds & 1.36 pounds
Barrel: 4.5 inches, non-rifled
Propulsion: 12 gram CO2
Action: Double action only
Ammunition Type: 6mm Plastic Airsoft BB's
Ammunition Capacity: 15 round metal stick magazine
FPS: 380 & 400 fps claimed

Trigger Pull: Trigger pull on both the Umarex Beretta Elite II and Umarex HK45 is double action only but they don't feel too bad, they have that traditional longer double action pull but I did not find it to be too heavy and the release point is fairly predictable for me which should allow for some good overall accuracy when I do my future Field Test Shooting Review.

Accuracy: I have done a full Felid Test Shooting Review Video for the Umarex HK 45 Metal Slide CO2 4.5mm steel BB Pistol so make sure to check that one out! In summary with the 4.5mm Steel BB version I got a bit higher fps then claimed at 420 fps with a 5 shot string using a brand new CO2 with RWS 5.1 grain zinc coated steel BB's. From 30 feet away shooting on a paper target using a semi rested posting I was able to place 10 BB's within 1.5 inches, almost close to a 1 inch grouping. The shot placement for me was just a tad to the left and a bit down but several shots hit the bulls eye so out of the box accuracy was really good on this low cost BB pistol. Since both the Umarex Beretta Elite II and Umarex HK45 Airsoft pistols share many of the same mechanical qualities, I should expect similar results even using 6mm plastics BB's, perhaps a bit wider grouping but fps should be pretty close to claimed.

Build Quality: The Umarex Beretta Elite II and Umarex HK45 are built fairly basic with few moving parts so there is not much to go wrong, the fit and finish is good and there is metal where it needs to be internally and also in the trigger, magazine and on the HK45 even the slide. Both Airsoft Pistols have decent weight even though there is a fair amount of plastic in them.

Realism: Both Umarex Airsoft pistols are accurate looking replicas of their real steel counterparts, in the case of the Umarex HK45, it is very accurate on almost every detail appearance wise, the Umarex Beretta Elite II is not an exact replica of any one specific Beretta but is based on the Beretta Elite II Brigadier. There is no working slide on either pistol and the slide catch/release and hammer are molded into the plastic. The only working parts would be the safety, magazine release and trigger.

Pros: 

  • Both are fairly low priced.
  • Both have drop our metal magazines
  • Both have tactical rails for adding on accessories.
  • Both are fully licensed.
  • Both have pretty decent weigh to them.
  • The HK45 has a metal slide and white dot sights front and back
  • The Elite II has white dot front sight.

Cons: 

  • Both guns are double action only.
  • Both guns have none working hammers
  • Neither gun has a working slide or blowback action.
  • Both guns have red tips.
  • Non-adjustable sights.

Comments: Considering these Airsoft Pistols are rather low cost, the Umarex Beretta Elite II and Umarex HK45 have a lot going for them! They are fully Beretta and HK licensed through Umarex with a (metal slide in the HK45) and metal parts where you want and need them to be. I am expecting decent accuracy and power from both guns and even the double action triggers are very usable. Sure the both budget Airsoft pistols is a pretty basic airguns with few moving parts but then again simplicity is sometimes better in terms of reliability. If you are an Beretta or HK fan and want low cost well-made and good performing Airsoft pistols then checkout these Umarex Airsoft guns.

Barrel Size:4.5 Inch
Caliber:6 mm (.24 cal)
Action:Semi-Automatic
FPS:350 to 400
Ammo Type:Airsoft
Power Source:Co2
Trigger Action:Double
Gun Blowback:Non-Blowback
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Umarex Beretta Elite II & HK45 CO2 Airsoft Pistol Table Top Review

Umarex Beretta Elite II & HK45 CO2 Airsoft Pistol Table Top Review

(120 raters) 14425 views - 10/3/2015 11:25:27 PM
Check out the my written Table Top Review for the Umarex Beretta Elite II & HK45 CO2 Airsoft Pistols including some detailed photos:
http://www.replicaairguns.com/posts/2015/10/3/umarex-beretta-elite-ii-and-hk45-co2-airsoft-pistol-table-to.html

Type: Airsoft Pistols.
Manufacturer: UmarexUSA.
Model: Beretta Elite II & HK45.
Materials: Metal and plastic (Polymer).
Weight: 1.5 pounds (680 grams) & 1.36 pounds (620 grams).
Barrel: 4.5 inches, non-rifled.
Propulsion: 12 gram CO2.
Action: Double action only.
Ammunition Type: 6mm Plastic Airsoft BB's.
Ammunition Capacity: 15 round metal stick magazine.
FPS: 380 & 400 fps claimed.

Considering these Airsoft Pistols are rather low cost, the Umarex Beretta Elite II and Umarex HK45 have a lot going for them! They are fully Beretta and HK licensed through Umarex with a (metal slide in the HK45) and metal parts where you want and need them to be. I am expecting decent accuracy and power from both guns and even the double action triggers are very usable. Sure the both budget Airsoft pistols is a pretty basic airguns with few moving parts but then again simplicity is sometimes better in terms of reliability. If you are an Beretta or HK fan and want low cost well made and good performing Airsoft pistols then checkout these Umarex Airsoft guns.


Buy the Umarex HK45 Metal Slide CO2 Airsoft Pistol in Canada:
https://www.replicaairguns.ca/heckler-and-koch-hk45-6mm-co2-airsoft-pistol

Buy the Umarex Beretta Elite II CO2 Airsoft Pistol in Canada:
https://www.replicaairguns.ca/beretta-elite-ii-co2-airsoft-gun

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https://www.replicaairguns.ca/umarex

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