Help picking out a GBB pistol
Posted 18 September 2012 - 07:33 PM
Posted 18 September 2012 - 08:11 PM
Have you held the normal size USP yet? I believe the grip is slightly bigger than the USP Compact, but I think it should work for you. Unfortunately there isnt really a compact version of the M9, at least available in airsoft or through KWA. If you dont like the look or the design of the USP, the grip on the CZ75 is smaller and may suit you better, along with the grip on the TT33 tokarev.
ALSO, a few of KWAs smaller/compact guns havent been released yet.
Such as the Makarov and the 945C.
If I were you, if you havent already, I would try and get to a retailer that has the full line up, and see what you like the best. Its all about ergonomics, and you wont know till you get it in your hands!
Posted 19 September 2012 - 03:24 AM
DA/SA pistols are indisputably the hardest to master and maintain skills with and I don't recommend them unless your agency or service demands them. The airsoft trigger weight eliminates much of this though. The Army uses the M9 so I maintain my skills with it as often as possible. The KWA M9-PTP lets me do this daily right off my back deck.
So far the M9-PTP has proven to be accurate, reliable, and a perfect match for the 9mm (or .40S&W) version and I recommend it highly. All the skills in gun handling transfer directly to the real pistol. Unlike the WE version I originally purchased the safety decocks the KWA allowing easy DA practice, the critical skill with DA or DA/SA pistols.
Gunfights -- airsoft or real -- are more about gun handling than absolute marksmanship. Ya gotta work the weapon to succeed.
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