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Old July 2nd, 2012, 12:33   #1
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Which NBB Pistol for Short Range?

Several days ago, I posted a thread on rifles for short range and received good
advice.So now, I would appreciate the same for a NBB pistol:
Indoors at 15 to 20 feet-able to get 10 shot groups of 2 inches or less on paper targets.- C02 or propane and no need for mods or other tweaks- mounting for a red dot or MRS sight.

I have a Socom Genesis Oasis which is pretty decent for this purpose and waiting for more accuracy reviews for the Dan Wesson revolver. Most reviews for this one so far do not relate to what I want to accomplish.
I would like opinions of models which have a good track record for this purpose and available at Canadian dealers.
Thanks!
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Old July 2nd, 2012, 12:40   #2
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The only NBB pistol worth getting IMO is the TM MK 23 Socom.
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Old July 2nd, 2012, 12:54   #3
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If you plan on gaming it, the tm mk23, if its just for plinking, most any will due.
the tm mk23 has an acceptable indoor/outdoor/close range fps without modification, not to mention the stock silencer really works. other NBB's have higher fps's that require some tweaking/modification to be allowed for indoor/close range.

but if you're just shooting targets sky is the limit.
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Old July 2nd, 2012, 14:36   #4
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Just me shooting targets. The Socom Oasis I have is a $100 so I presume a higher quality NBB pistol would be over $200- is that a good assumption?
Besides this forum- where on the internet is best site for reviews?
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