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Elite Force H&K USP Spring Powered Pistol Airsoft Gun
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$21.99
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by T. KIRBY verified buyer Date Added: Thursday 02 July, 2015
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For: Elite Force H&K USP Spring Powered Pistol Airsoft Gun
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This gun is awesome. I took this to one of my friends houses where he has woods that kind of look like section 8, Scotland, and i beat him in a pistols only match when he was using a gas non-blowback usp. All of them are jealous of my sidearm that barks in the night and leaves one of them out.

Pros:
accurate
quiet
looks amazing
hop up is on point

Cons:
BB takes a little while to get to the target, but they still don't know it's coming
not great compared to gas pistols
by L. PARISE verified buyer Date Added: Tuesday 24 February, 2015
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For: Elite Force H&K USP Spring Powered Pistol Airsoft Gun
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I haven't had this gun for very long, but I am quite impressed. I bought this to use when me and my friends play TTT, or Trouble in Terrorist Town, a really fun game mode. Since it is so close quartered, we use spring pistols at the start until we spread out and find some guns. I have been using my first spring pistol that I bought at Wal-Mart. It was decent, but it broke when I dropped it during a game. I needed a gun or else I would have to use an even worse spring M4 that my friend owned and couldn't get rid of, so I bought this. It came in only 5 days (thanks Airsoft GI!) so I had it for the next game my friends and I went to. This gun is a beauty. Not only is it realistic, but it fires very nicely.

Pros:
-Beautiful design. It is extremely realistic. Cocking the gun moves the hammer back, and the hammer flies forward when the trigger is pulled. The hammer moves back and forward again when you pull the trigger without cocking the gun, so it makes it look like a bullet is chambered and shot. Also, when you go to cock the gun, there are pointless mechanisms that make it look like a real gun. They don't serve any purpose but to look cool, but it is a nice touch.
-Pinpoint accuracy. I loaded this gun with some .12 grams and was disappointed when I saw the hop-up pull the BB upwards too much, and with this winter wind, the BB flew even further away. I put in .20g's and was amazed when the BB flew exactly where I had the sights pointed. This is no exaggeration. This gun works great. I am yet to try .25s but I doubt the gun could shoot it very far.
-FPS is great, even with the .20s in. If you go to a CQB field like me, .12s shoot pretty darn fast, and in such closed and confined spaces, you should have no accuracy issues.
-Mag holds 25 rounds, so you shouldn't have trouble reloading every time
-Mag isn't a high-cap (these are common among spring pistols). No longer do you have to deal with shaking BBs in your gun.
-Orange tip isn't too obvious
-Comfortable in hand.
-Affordable

Cons:
-Really hard to pull the slide back. It is still relatively new and I'm sure it will break in, but it does require a bit of strength
-Remember how I said there are little props inside the gun to make it more realistic? Well, there is a hole on the slide for you to see this, and if you are cocking the gun really quickly you may get pinched when the slide comes back
-Each BB you put into the mag gets progressively harder to push in. Speedloaders help a little, but after like 20 rounds it becomes too hard to do and you need to do it manually at that point.
-Cocking the gun is hard, and since the grip is textured in the back where your palm rests, it hurts to cock back the gun a few times very quickly
-Safety is kinda wacky. You have to pull the hammer down (you don't have to cock the gun) and then you can push the safety switch up.
-Mag release is in a spot where it is hard to reach unless you have large fingers, but you get used to it.
-Loud, popping noise when firing. It is a satisfying sound but is really loud for a spring gun.


All in all, the cons are something that you can live through. The gun shoots spectacular, and looks good, and even feels good to hold. Many friends may mistake this as a gas gun because of how cool it looks. I thought I was going to waste 20 bucks, but it turns out that it was a great investment for a fun little gun. This won't top an AGM Type 96 or a G&G Combat Machine (good beginners guns), but it is a cool gun that gets people mad yet impressed in a normal CQB game. I'm yet to drop this gun, but I'm so clumsy that its bound to happen, so, I'll make another review after so long to see how it stands in the long run. 7/10, would recommend this gun to any newbies or even experienced players who want to have a little fun.
by D. BJORKLUND Date Added: Wednesday 05 February, 2014
For: Elite Force H&K USP Spring Powered Pistol Airsoft Gun
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I bought this and a Umarex Beretta 90 for my first pair of purchases, and they helped me learn a lot about the differences pistols can have. My review is likely to be less professional, but I am a low-muscle guy so I get to notice the differences in force and sensitivity quite well, and most aspects are probably relative to a Umarex Beretta 90. That being said, this is a great gun, and is a good balance between economic and ergonomic. Most of the cons are negligible and with an hour or so of practice the gun becomes easy to master. This gun's only real drawbacks are not being completely state of the art with its features (as far as function, but ease and fashion are great!) and the way its magazine operated. The magazine was relatively easy to learn, even for someone as lost with a pistol's mechanics as myself. Practice makes perfect.

Tip: When loading BB's into the magazine, roll your thumb gently upwards on the current BB as you press. This seems to promote the same kind of rotation to transfer to the next BB and allow it to insert easier. Since doing this I have yet to chip a BB during loading.



Pros:

Pros:
-Looks simply amazing. I have a total of 0 complaints for the fashion of this gun.
-Very ergonomic/comfortable feeling. The features were easy to operate and very reliable and smooth.
-Accurate, enough said.
-Very smart features including an ambidextrous and easy to access mag ejection, holster safe and easy reach safety, a plug, a working double-action style hammer (if not cocked it will attempt to take extra pressure from your trigger pull to run the hammer), and very easy mag loading.
-High capacity mag of 25 rounds
-Compared to the Umarex Beretta 90, it needed less force to cock but slightly larger range of motion needed to fully cock. Its slide was also better design and was much less likely to catch fingers and did not seem to be angle sensitive (on the Beretta 90 that invoked jams quite often) The one time I did catch my thumb in the slide was the result of prolonged arm strain, a bad slip, and my general inexperience with spring airsoft guns. I did, however, cut myself when doing so.

Cons:

Cons:
-The magazine felt somewhat barbaric in how it was loaded; although it held 25 rounds, the only way to load BB's was by pressing the next one against the backing to force it down. Although the parts were slanted to promote this, it was not as effective as it should've been and each next BB loaded required slightly more force than the last. Being the puny kind of guy I am, I don't think I ever managed to load more than 20 BB's at a time, and 10-15 was optimal for ease. If not done properly, you can easily chip or damage BB's slightly as you attempt to load with the kind of force required. I left a good tip for this I found in my main paragraph.
-Compared to the Beretta 90, it has no Picatinny rail, and while not necessary, is a bit of a let-down.
-Compared to the Beretta 90, its sights are not labeled with dots and take slightly more thought to line up.
-Magazines can sometimes "spasm" and multi-eject BB's during mag unload or reject BB's as loading new ones. After several, several shots, reloads, and repetitions of using this gun I BELIEVE this happened once while the gun was loaded, which injected 2 BB's into the chamber and proceeded to jam the gun and the magazine ejection, but left no long-term damage, BB breakage, and seemed to be an incredibly rare occurrence.
by M. GRAY verified buyer Date Added: Sunday 24 November, 2013
verified buyer
For: Elite Force H&K USP Spring Powered Pistol Airsoft Gun
Product Information:
I bought this and a Umarex Beretta 90 for my first pair of purchases, and they helped me learn a lot about the differences pistols can have. My review is likely to be less professional, but I am a low-muscle guy so I get to notice the differences in force and sensitivity quite well, and most aspects are probably relative to a Umarex Beretta 90. That being said, this is a great gun, and is a good balance between economic and ergonomic. Most of the cons are negligible and with an hour or so of practice the gun becomes easy to master. This gun's only real drawbacks are not being completely state of the art with its features (as far as function, but ease and fashion are great!) and the way its magazine operated. The magazine was relatively easy to learn, even for someone as lost with a pistol's mechanics as myself. Practice makes perfect.

Tip: When loading BB's into the magazine, roll your thumb gently upwards on the current BB as you press. This seems to promote the same kind of rotation to transfer to the next BB and allow it to insert easier. Since doing this I have yet to chip a BB during loading.

Pros:
-Looks simply amazing. I have a total of 0 complaints for the fashion of this gun.
-Very ergonomic/comfortable feeling. The features were easy to operate and very reliable and smooth.
-Accurate, enough said.
-Very smart features including an ambidextrous and easy to access mag ejection, holster safe and easy reach safety, a plug, a working double-action style hammer (if not cocked it will attempt to take extra pressure from your trigger pull to run the hammer), and very easy mag loading.
-High capacity mag of 25 rounds
-Compared to the Umarex Beretta 90, it needed less force to cock but slightly larger range of motion needed to fully cock. Its slide was also better design and was much less likely to catch fingers and did not seem to be angle sensitive (on the Beretta 90 that invoked jams quite often) The one time I did catch my thumb in the slide was the result of prolonged arm strain, a bad slip, and my general inexperience with spring airsoft guns. I did, however, cut myself when doing so.

Cons:
-The magazine felt somewhat barbaric in how it was loaded; although it held 25 rounds, the only way to load BB's was by pressing the next one against the backing to force it down. Although the parts were slanted to promote this, it was not as effective as it should've been and each next BB loaded required slightly more force than the last. Being the puny kind of guy I am, I don't think I ever managed to load more than 20 BB's at a time, and 10-15 was optimal for ease. If not done properly, you can easily chip or damage BB's slightly as you attempt to load with the kind of force required. I left a good tip for this I found in my main paragraph.
-Compared to the Beretta 90, it has no Picatinny rail, and while not necessary, is a bit of a let-down.
-Compared to the Beretta 90, its sights are not labeled with dots and take slightly more thought to line up.
-Magazines can sometimes "spasm" and multi-eject BB's during mag unload or reject BB's as loading new ones. After several, several shots, reloads, and repetitions of using this gun I BELIEVE this happened once while the gun was loaded, which injected 2 BB's into the chamber and proceeded to jam the gun and the magazine ejection, but left no long-term damage, BB breakage, and seemed to be an incredibly rare occurrence.
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