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PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2006 10:51 am 
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i have a question about the umarex desert eagle i was wondering after all eight shots are fired if the slide locks back thanks

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I would say NO but i don't have one so what do i really know.
Here is a link to the owner's manual.
http://www.umarex.com/fileadmin/Dokumen ... 0_B_EN.pdf


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NO, IT DOESN'T.

There is one gun that I know that does that, it's a Daisy semi-auto
made in Japan, Parker has one.


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sniper wrote:
NO, IT DOESN'T.

There is one gun that I know that does that, it's a Daisy semi-auto
made in Japan, Parker has one.


The Daisy Powerline 400 Desert Eagle blowback, 20 shot BB repeater?
I have one, the slide does NOT lock back either.

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ancorp wrote:
sniper wrote:
NO, IT DOESN'T.

There is one gun that I know that does that, it's a Daisy semi-auto
made in Japan, Parker has one.


The Daisy Powerline 400 Desert Eagle blowback, 20 shot BB repeater?
I have one, the slide does NOT lock back either.

Cheers,
Alex


Hi Alex,
The one that Parker's own is not a bb gun, it's only pellet .177,
the mag is almost like the skiff3000.


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sniper wrote:
ancorp wrote:
sniper wrote:
NO, IT DOESN'T.

There is one gun that I know that does that, it's a Daisy semi-auto
made in Japan, Parker has one.


The Daisy Powerline 400 Desert Eagle blowback, 20 shot BB repeater?
I have one, the slide does NOT lock back either.

Cheers,
Alex


Hi Alex,
The one that Parker's own is not a bb gun, it's only pellet .177,
the mag is almost like the skiff3000.


Hey Sniper,
Interesting, another blowback Desert Eagle pellet gun¿ or is it not a replica of a Desert Eagle¿ (question mark key broke off the keyboard)

Care to share the model number¿

Thanks,
Cheers,
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ancorp wrote:
Hey Sniper,
Interesting, another blowback Desert Eagle pellet gun¿ or is it not a replica of a Desert Eagle¿ (question mark key broke off the keyboard)

Care to share the model number¿

Thanks,
Cheers,
Alex


I'm not sure the model #, I guess you can ask Parker on that but when
I was using it, it's more look like the 1911 style of pistol.
The gun was all made out of solid metal.


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Sniper,
Its a Daisy Model 92, Beretta lookalike. Not a blowback, just a double action that stops cycling when empty.

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ancorp wrote:
Sniper,
Its a Daisy Model 92, Beretta lookalike. Not a blowback, just a double action that stops cycling when empty.

Cheers,
Alex


Hi Alex, thx. for the info .... my memory is really going ...bye bye ...


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