Good, reliable pistol

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by SprayAndPray, Feb 4, 2018.

  1. SprayAndPray

    SprayAndPray New Member

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    I've been searching for the best pistol I can get for under $50. I am considering the H&K USP (CO2) pistol, but I am wondering if this is the right choice. I am looking for a pistol with low maintenance, good accuracy, and a good clip size. I do not want a gas pistol, but I could resort to one if it doesn't need to be reloaded often.

    Thanks for reading and helping if you did :)
     
  2. clinicallyproven

    clinicallyproven Active Member

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    Forget anything around that price range if you're looking for "accuracy." You simply won't find it, nor is it worthwhile.
     

  3. neilmadrigal

    neilmadrigal New Member

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    Well most decent cheap pistol would be the H8R revolver it shoots 10 rounds using a disc instead of imitation bullets, it comes with 5 disc which hold 10 rounds each and the price is around $60, it runs off of Co2 and its built pretty solid.
    here is the link to the Elite force H8R
     
  4. clinicallyproven

    clinicallyproven Active Member

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    The Elite Force H8r isn't a marvel to behold either. When I say you probably won't find a decent NBB pistol around that price range, I meant it.

    If you must, I guess a Y&P Mk23 would be fine.
     
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  5. SprayAndPray

    SprayAndPray New Member

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    Thanks for the help, I know it’s not a lot of money to spend but it’s what is in my budget. I already have an exceptionally reliable AK, and was looking for a pistol that could help me when I need to reload under pressure. I will consider both pistols, thanks for helping.
     
  6. clinicallyproven

    clinicallyproven Active Member

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    Despite everything games may tell you, performing a reload in airsoft is as or is faster than drawing a secondary. My say is to invest more in that primary or gear.
     
  7. LightIsRight

    LightIsRight Well-Known Member

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    This. You don't really need a sidearm. Some good gear will help much more.
     
  8. BOA_SP3CT3R

    BOA_SP3CT3R Moderator Staff Member Moderator Supporting Member

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    Honestly, I don't need to reload too often & when I do I do it quickly. If needed I'll flip or drop my mags. I suppose getting out your pistol could be faster if done correctly, but it'd be a better investment to get more mags or gear or upgrade your AK. I went without a pistol for a long time, still have only twice used my G17;)