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KJW KP-09 (CZ75), Pistols are generally used as a sidearm, or back up for your primary, however that doesn't mean that's all they can be used for

Pistols are generally used as a sidearm, or back up for your primary, however that doesn't mean that's all they can be used for. If action movies have taught us anything, it's that with a pistol, you're unstoppable! Smaller, more compact, and easier to use, pistols are a lot of fun, whether you're gaming every weekend, shooting targets out your back garden, or just like adding another awesome piece to your collection.

Blowback can be a confusing term - in effect, it means simulated recoil. In other words, it is more realistic, and as a result more fun! Airsoft guns will never achieve the same level of recoil as the real steel counterparts, however it will still put a smile on your face every time you pull the trigger. Due to the nature of the blowback systems, there are more parts, requiring a higher degree of maintenance to keep everything in tip-top shape, but the benefit is a more realsitic experience, and greater satisfaction with every shot!

This replica is powered by green gas, although the name is something of a misnomer. It's stored in the bottle (and magazine/pistol) as a liquid, and needs heat to turn into a gas. As you can imagine, each shot uses up the ambient heat, and the gun cools down. The colder it gets, the less efficiently it operates (this is called cool down). Practically speaking, it means you will cycle through the different pressures of gas based on the temperature/climate i.e. in the colder months, you'll likely use 150 PSI gas, in the summer you'll use green gas (or 110/120 PSI), and for the indeterminate weather conditions, most likely you will rely on 130 PSI.

Unsure what gas to use? Using lower pressure gas will not damage your replica in any way, so it is safer to start lower, and only move up a pressure class (i.e. from green gas to 130 PSI, or 130 PSI to 150 PSI) when the replica is not performing as expected.

To refill with gas, remember that it is actually a liquid, so you will need to have the pistol/magazine and gas bottle upside down to fill. Line up the fill nozzle with the fill valve, press and hold it into position and keep in place until full. Generally it takes about 10 seconds for a full fill, however larger magazines may take longer. For best results, fill up with gas when the magazine/pistol and gas bottle are cold, and warm up the magazine before use. This allows the gun to have more gas available, and increases the pressure inside the magazine.

KJW follow suit with a lot of airsoft manufacturers, insofar as they are known by several names and monikers. KJ Works, Kuan Ju Works, LS (although they have officially split from KJW) - they are a Taiwanese manufacturer, primarily concerned with pistols, although that is not all they do. With sniper rifles, GBBR's, parts, accessories, and more.

They grew in popularity as they were one of the earliest manufacturers, producing metal replicas when much of the competition were still dealing in ABS plastic. Generally, their designs are based off Tokyo Marui, giving them widespread compatibility, and generally solid performance. Of course, they were not satisfied to sit in the shadows, and they instead innovated delivering Co2 powered replicas, as well as engineering their own models such as the CZ series, M700 sniper, M4 GBBR, and more. Out of the box performance is great, but the recoil thanks to the metal slides is what really seals the deal. Amongst airsofters, KJW are incredibly popular, and this has lead to their guns getting official stamps of approval in the form of licensed replicas, serving as the OEM for ASG, Cybergun, and many others.

Alongside their guns, they also produce a massive range of parts, allowing you to accessorise and customise your replicas, as well as repairing/upgrading them for best performance.

Manufactured by KJ Works (or KJW, as they're also known), the KP-09 is based on the CZ75. It is a full metal, gas powered blowback pistol, offering great recoil with each shot.

Due to its all metal construction, it is heavyweight, and feels extremely realistic. The grip sits snugly into your hand, neither too fat or too thin, making it an ideal fit for most people. The CZ75 is an unusual design for pistols - unlike many, the slide sits into the frame, rather than onto the frame, providing for less rattle/wobble, and a more realistic build.

For best performance we recommend using 130 PSI gas (sold separately) - the magazine holds plenty of gas, however in the colder weather, you may need to move up the pressure for best results.

For more information, please click on the specifications tab.

Pistol / GBBR Specification
Gas Type Green Gas
Blowback Blowback
Power <1 Joule
Mag Capacity 24 BB's
Length 175mm
Weight 0.95kg
Fire Mode Semi-Auto
Colour Black
Hop up Adjustable
  • Brand: KJWorks
  • 10753206000
  • Availability: In Stock
  • €175.00
  • Ex Tax: €175.00

Tags: KJW KP-09 (CZ75), 10753206000, KJWorks, Gas Pistols, Pistols