The ASG CZ 75 is a very good replica of a very popular handgun. And, unlike any other 4.5mm replica I have tried, it has adjustable hop-up which means that you can get it to shoot where you’re aiming.
The ASG STI Duty One is a fairly typical product from Danish distributor ASG – it’s well made, well finished and a good replica of the original pistol. However, it does have a couple of idiosyncrasies which you need to bear in mind if you’re thinking of buying one.
The Baikal MP-654K is unique in that it’s made in the same manufacturing plant as the original Makarov pistol. Some people love these replicas, others hate them. In this review you’ll find everything you ever wanted to know about these solid, chunky replicas of the Makarov.
If you want a replica of the Colt 1911 that shoots really well, you’ll probably be looking at an Umarex pellet shooting Colt 1911A1. But, if you want a replica that is very nearly a perfect visual and functional replica of the Colt 1911, you could do a lot worse than the KWC 1911.
The CO2 powered Nagant M1895 revolver replica is available in 6mm, 4.5mm and .177” pellet versions from several distributors. It’s great to see a replica of such a classic revolver, but unfortunately, this does seem to have a couple of issues.
It has been a long wait for a replica of the iconic Colt Single Action Army revolver which not only looks right but is also a capable shooter. No surprise then that when Umarex launched a replica of the Colt SAA in 2015 there was a great deal of interest from both replica collectors and shooters. Was it worth the wait? Let’s take a look…
When you first pick it up, the Umarex S&W M&P 327 TRR8 seems like just another revolver replica with removable shells. Then you start shooting and you realise that this replica is actually something exceptional.