- Umarex Walther P38 Gas 6mm
- Semi Auto mode
- Blowback function
- Realistic field stripping
- Adjustable Hop Up
- Magazine capacity: 12 BBs
- Length: 220 mm
- Weight: 725 gr
The P38 was one of the finest pieces of German engineering during the WWII and is highly sought after from reenactors and collectors as well.
You can now own a beautiful replica of this pistol made by Umarex. It features full trademarks licensed through Umarex which are stamped into the pistols slide and frame with great detail.
Looking closely at this pistol you’ll notice little markings on even the smallest parts of the pistol which is proof of the painstaking attention to detail Umarex put into this model.
The pistol comes with the highest quality polymer bakelite lookalike grips.
The controls on this model function just like the real one with a working decocker/safety lever and slide stop. Every lever and catch operates exceptional smoothness as can be expected on an Umarex gun making it a pleasure to shoot.
What tops the realism is that the pistol strips just like the real thing by pushing the barrel back, turning the take-down lever and pulling the slide oof the frame. Then just turn the slide upside down, press the barrel lock and push the barrel out of the slide.
Its high quality construction gives the P38 a fast cycle rate letting it belt out all 12 shots as fast as you can pull the trigger. Its recoil is strong and sharp which rocks the pistol back in your grip and sends a nice jolt through your arms.
The pistol is one of the few in the market which offers adjustable Hop Up system that will increase the range and the accuracy of the pistol.
The metal magazine is full size and it houses the 12 6mm BBs and the Gas.
Walther’s P38 pistol was developed for the Wehrmacht as a replacement for the aging Luger before the outbreak of WWII. It was a 9mm semi automatic pistol with a very complex design and new innovative features. Certain models of this pistol were specially made for the German Gestapo with a shortened barrel although not many of these were produced. Even though it was a military pistol, production of the P38 continued in other countries after the fall of the Third Reich until the year 2000.