Cyma P698+ Spring Pistol In Blue
CYMA P698+ SPRINGER (blue)
- 2 Magazines (Both 9 Rounds)
- Good Quality Build
- Easy Pull Spring
- 200 FPS
- Free Extension Barrel
NOT SKIRMISHABLE - BUT IDEAL FIRST PISTOL FOR YOUNGER/NEW PLAYERS
A rough replica of the Baby Glock, the P698 is a cheap but well built starter spring pistol. it is by
no means powerful or strong enough to skirmish, but it is perfect for a younger player to have as
it teaches them the responsibilities of owning a pistol and will allow them to get used to how they
feel is the most comfortable way to hold the weapon before getting a more expensive gas pistol.
As this is a beginner weapon designed for the younger player, the fact the Baby Glock is small is
not an issue - however if you were an older player or someone looking to start out into the world
of airsoft the kit does include an alternate magazine with an extended base plate that forms the
shape of the rest of a full-size Glock grip.
The grip has built-in "rough" sections which give you a better hold on the weapon when shooting,
and also comes with the standard Version 2 Glock finger grooves on the front section of the grip
to give a more comfortable hold on the pistol - the spring pull is very easy for such a reasonably
powerful weapon, and the barrel extension allows for a little bit of extra customisation that you
wouldn't necessarily get on other cheap pistols.
We recommend using 0.12's with this pistol to get the most out of it, avoid using the "free BB's"
as they are of a low quality and risk jamming your pistol.
Magazine: 2x 9 Round mags
Measured velocity: (TBA)
Fire mode: Springer (EASY PULL)
Body material: Plastic (Surprisingly Solid Lower)
BELOW: This shows you just how much you get for under £5!
BELOW: The free barrel extention is very simple to take on and off, and does not make the slide difficult to pull.
BELOW: The TWO magazines this pistol comes with; Both of which hold 9 Rounds.
Posted by steve on 12th Nov 2017
bought this for my young grandson to learn about guns and how to safely use them. even this gun has a fair amount of power for what it is but is safe enough to shoot in the house with sticky targets. great fun and he has to be supervised when using, this is taken care of by the cocking action is a little bit to stiff for him so has to be done by the adult before each shot.
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