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 Post subject: BB Pistols
PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 8:30 pm 
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Is there such a thing as an accurate BB pistol. I am looking for something to shoot indoors this coming winter. ( yes winter is coming). I have about 20/25 Ft. To shoot. Don’t think the boss will like the P-17.


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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 8:35 pm 
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Supposed to be very accurate...

https://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2014/01 ... ol-part-3/

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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 8:46 pm 
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lola O don't think any 'boss' would like this one ~

What's the budget? Is always the most important question ~

Actually, the P17 is really the king for this purpose....

And your boss likes something big? Something small? Semi-auto ( so you want a BB gun)? Full auto?!.....

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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
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I don’t own any of these...yet. But from all I’ve read on the web the best BB gun accuracy would be between the Tangfolio Custom and the Sig P226 X-Five Open. Check Denis Adler’s blog he did a head to head match with both.
I don’t know about your Boss. But if looking to much like a real gun is a No No. Then you’re pretty much screwed with either of those :axe:
https://www.pyramydair.com/airgun-exper ... en-part-1/

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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
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I can recommend either the Tanfoglio Custom or the cheaper Limited same guns just different sights.
Have Both very accurate to 30 feet.

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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
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Thanks for the reply’s. What I meant by the boss not liking the P-17 was the noise. I just assumed that a B.B. gun would make less noise. I could be wrong. Again I am amazed at the prices. Since getting back into airgun’s over the last year, I am continually surprised at the cost. Guess I am comparing prices we paid 50 years ago LOL. Time to do more research and YouTube before I decide. I do want something that can shoot better than me. Like last year I wanted an accurate.22. I bought a CZ 452 instead of a cheaper model rifle because I wanted the accuracy. You get what you pay for. ( except for the P-17 )


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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:54 pm 
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ANY Co2 powered BB gun will be LOUDER than the very quiet P17...

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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
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Yeah, agreed ~

The P17 's noise level actually just like with a silencer already ~ if you got a 2240, and shoot it indoors, the first shot must sacre you ~ lol!

If you got a hard blow back replica, it's super noisy too ~

I don't have many guns, the most quiet one should be the 46M. But the P17/ HW40/ P3 just similar to it, not much noisier....

Anything quieter and same accurate would be only the slingshot?! :)


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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2018 7:28 pm 
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If you want quiet a single-stroke pneumatic or spring-piston pistol will be much quieter than any CO2 BB pistol. Accuracy will likely be a lot better too. I know my old Webley Hurricane is both quieter and more accurate by a long way than the Tanfoglio I also have and the Webley isn't exactly renowned for pinpoint accuracy. About the only BB shooter I know of that is readily available and quite accurate is the Daisy 499 - but it's not a pistol so it doesn't meet your requirements unfortunately. It's very small and light but it's still a "rifle"


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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
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I forgot, the UX Brodax would be a good one as It's cheap but good looking and more accurate than you expected ~

I got one and it will be one I didn't think about re-sell it in my collection ~

However it's out of stock in ASG now...Image

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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2018 7:48 pm 
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YepYep wrote:
I forgot, the UX Brodax would be a good one as It's cheap but good looking and more accurate than you expected ~

I got one and it will be one I didn't think about re-sell it in my collection ~

However it's out of stock in ASG now...Image

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I agree, nice little gun, so to is the Vigilante for the money!

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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2018 8:20 pm 
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Just got this one in today!! :D
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It’s currently on sale at 60$. The Brodax are also on sale for 50$ both at Pronature hunting stores in Quebec.
Apparently it got the same internals as the Brodax just a different look. I chose the Colt over the Brodax for the fully adjustable rear sight and I just love the badass look of the Python 8)
Will try it out and post a full review later. Will also be able to report its loudness as I have a sound meter app on my phone. Might be a good option for your needs.

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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
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ejackyou wrote:
YepYep wrote:
I forgot, the UX Brodax would be a good one as It's cheap but good looking and more accurate than you expected ~

I got one and it will be one I didn't think about re-sell it in my collection ~

However it's out of stock in ASG now...Image

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I agree, nice little gun, so to is the Vigilante for the money!


Got the Brodax to and I totaly agree 8) , it is accurate and very quiet, got a red dot on it (cheating :twisted: ) and accurate up to 60' :shock: , about 2.5'' grouping, did not try it further. I don't have the Python, can not compare... :?

SilentMan... :drinkers:

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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2018 1:18 pm 
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My Brodax - 1/2 inch groups at 17 feet. I like the ratchet sound when you pull hammer back for single shot, just like more expensive pistols. 70 to 80 accurate shots per CO2 cartridge. Mike ( Replica airguns )did a review some time ago.


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 Post subject: Re: BB Pistols
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ten-ring wrote:
My Brodax - 1/2 inch groups at 17 feet. I like the ratchet sound when you pull hammer back for single shot, just like more expensive pistols. 70 to 80 accurate shots per CO2 cartridge. Mike ( Replica airguns )did a review some time ago.


At 17 feet, it's almost like shooting from one side of the couch to the other end... :D

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