Type: Paintball Gun/Rubber Ball Gun.
Model: Walther PPQ M2.
Materials: Metal & Polymer.
Weight: 848 grams (1.87 pounds).
Barrel: Smooth bore.
Power Source: 1x12 gram CO2.
Action: Semi-Automatic with blowback action.
Ammo Type: .43 Caliber Paintball, Rubber balls, or Nylon balls.
Ammo Capacity: 9 Rounds.
Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on Umarex Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol feels a lot like a double action trigger, internally it may be striker fired so expect a bit of a longer trigger pull with a fairly long reset and a medium strength trigger weight. There is also a working trigger safety which works well.
Accuracy: So far I have not had the opportunity to test the Umarex Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol out so stay posted for a future Field Test Shooting video where I will see what kind of fps and accuracy we can expect form the Umarex Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol. So far all I have to go on is what I have seen in some other video reviews I have watched, for the most part the Umarex Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol performed well.
Build Quality: The build quality of the Umarex Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol is really very good, metal parts are where you would expect them, the slide, slide catch, barrel, magazine and most internal parts giving the Umarex Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol a nice near 2 pounds (1.87 pounds) of weight with the magazine in which makes the Paintball version a little heavier than the real still version (1.53 pounds) but once the real steal version is loaded with a full mag this may even out a bit. The Walther PPQ M2 does have a polymer frame but again this is normal with todays modern guns and helps keep the weight down. Fit and finish is also excellent.
Realism: The Umarex Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol is a near perfect replica of the real steel Walther PPQ M2, form the fully licensed markings to the large .43 caliber diameter barrel. If you placed the Paintball version side by side with the real steel version I doubt you could tell them apart? You will find that the slide cycle distance is a bit shorter than it should be meaning that when the side catch is engaged the slide does not go as far back as it should. Filed stopping the Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol may requires some tools.
· Really great weight and solid feeling gun.
· Full Metal slide that locks back on the last shot.
· All metal heavy full size drop out magazine adds some additional weight to the gun.
· Very Accurate Walther PPQ replica, almost indistinguishable from the real still version.
· Everything works pretty much like the real gun so a great training tool.
· Adjustable yellow dot sights.
· Working trigger safety.
· Fit and finish is excellent.
· Magazine spring release really shoots the magazine out.
· Love the .43 caliber barrel opening, adds to realism.
· Trigger pull seems a bit long as it shoots like a double action trigger, may be striker fired internally?
· Magazine only holds 9 rounds, so you are going to need extras.
· Blowback action is not full blowback, more like a typical BB airgun.
Comments: I'm really glad to see another Replica Paintball Pistol available in Canada, especially such a well made and realistic version. The Umarex Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol looks to be perhaps the best to date .43 caliber Paintball gun on the market and may even prove to be an option for non-lethal personal defense when using rubber balls with it. Not that I would trust my life with it but it sure looks the part and I am sure most people would not want to be on the receiving end of 9 rounds coming at you. As a training tool and Paintball gun the Umarex Walther PPQ M2 .43 Cal. Paintball Pistol offers superb realism for this purpose.
|Specification||Umarex PPQ Paintball/Rubber gun||Umarex PPQ Paintball/Rubber gun|
|Caliber:||11 mm (.43 cal)||11 mm (.43 cal)|
|FPS:||350 to 400||350 to 400|
|Ammo Type:||Rubber BB|
|Primary Material:||Metal & Polymer||Metal & Polymer|
|Colour:||Black||Flat Dark Earth|
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