Type: Blank GunsManufacturer: EKOLModel: VolgaMaterials: Mostly metalWeight: 1 pounds (454 g)Length: 4.96 inches (126 mm)Power Source: Gun powderAction: Semi-automatic, single actionAmmo Type: 9mm PAK blanksAmmo Capacity: 5 rounds
Trigger Pull: The trigger pull of the Volga is a bit hard at first but once broken in, seems to soften up to about a medium pull over time as the gun gets worked in.
Build Quality: The build quality is similar to that of my Zoraki blank guns. The EKOL Volga is well built and uses good quality materials, this gun is almost all metal. The finish quality is typical of other Turkish guns - good but not perfect.
Realism: The Volga is very similar in design and appearance to the Tanfoglio GT27, a small .25 Automatic sub compact pistols.
Comments: The EKOL Volga blank gun is a nice addition to our growing number of blank guns. EKOL offers a nice variety of models to choose from with an assortment of finishes, the Volga fits nicely if you're looking for a very compact blank gun. The quality and finish is pretty good overall with the usual few imperfections found on low cost blank guns. The two-tone chrome finish gives the pocket-sized blank gun a shiny look. The gun test fired without incident, I didn't shoot very many rounds through it but I still had no misfires, failures to load or eject. If you are thinking about getting a sub compact blank shooter, definitely take a look at the EKOL Volga blank gun.
|Caliber:||9 mm PAK (.35 cal)|
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