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UMAREX 9XP PISTOL
Trigger Pull: Sitting on the medium to heavy side, the trigger pull on this gun is a little bit longer and tougher on the 9XP compared to others like the discontinued Umarex SA177. The gun shoots a little harder, so the internal spring might be slightly heavier.
Accuracy: I shot the Umarex 9XP at a target from 30 feet away in a semi-rested position and it performed quite well! The pistol produced a nice 5-6 shot group dead center on the target well under a 1 inch diameter and then 4 shots came outside extending the grouping to about 2 inches, again another well centered grouping!
Build Quality: It has good weight and craftsmanship. The 9XP shares a lot of the same internal parts as the Umarex SA177 with some minor cosmetic changes to make it look less like a Glock.
Realism: The 9XP is essentially a reskin of the SA177, modeled after the popular Glock carry pistol widely used by governmental agencies. It uses blowback action to simulate a real firearm and the metal slide and integrated accessory rail add to the overall realism of this gun.
- Great accuracy and power combination
- Loud, snappy blowback action for realistic shooting
- Integrated Picatinny rail on the underside to mount accessories like flashlights
- Full metal slide ensures reliability
- Working safety near the trigger
- Convenient CO2 hatch in the back of the handle
- Nice fiber optic sights
- All metal drop-out magazine
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