Spyder Xtra stock, 17 inch barrel (dunno the company)
9oz Co2, 45 round hopper (smaller target, fun to use), Draxxus paint
PMI USP stock with Rage holster
Nothing really. If you add a bottomline, then you've missed the point of having a pistol. If you add a E-force grip, then you have an automatic pistol with 10 rounds... why?
Lighter than other pistols
Magazine difficult to reload
Piercing screw didn't work at first
I bought my USP today, and I thought that it would work straight out of the box. I was wrong. The thing wasted two 12grams on me, since the piercing screw doesn't work. As much as I want to believe that this is a great product, at this point I can't reccomend it.
I'll take it back to the shop and see if they can fix it, otherwise it will be replaced. If the second one doesn't work, its getting a rating of 1... a product has to work to be ranked higher.
[edit April 27th]
I got it back from the shop after having it fixed, and it works beautifully! I'm getting much faster at relaoding the thing, and I suppose it isn't so much harder to reload than other pistols. It is VERY effecient. Tne 12gram is good for about 33 shots. It shoots fast enough for me, and it has a decent shot grouping for a pistol.
[edit Sept 4]
Finally got around to using it on the field. My Xtra kept breaking balls, so I had to use the USP often. It was very reliable, getting me two hits (considering its a pistol and there were two guys per team, this is good). Reloading was an issue. I think I might try the Overlord.
Because this is the best pistol I've used (but it reloads slowly), it gets a 9. You want a good cheap pistol that works well, this is the one.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, September 4th, 2005 at 1:25 pm PST
Yeah, but they have more than 10 shots per magazine. In fact, the Glock18 has an optional extended magazine. If you want to fire off ten shots in under a second, I guess that's your choice. But with the USP, the slow reload means that it isn't a good option.
[EDIT April 17th 2006] If you extend the magazine on your USP, however, I can see it being pretty useful in close. Not to mention rather unique. Who else on the field would have an automatic pistol?
Last edited on Monday, April 17th, 2006 at 5:59 pm PST