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ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol Field Test Shooting Review

Seems like all I am focussing on is Airsoft guns lately, well that's just what is coming across my table at the moment... Don't worry I am sure there will be some BB gun reviews coming up shortly :) Anyway in this Field Test Shooting Review I take a look at the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol and test its accuracy and velocity. If you want some more details on this gun I have already made some other videos for the 4.5mm steel BB version so you can watch both my Table Top and Field Test Shooting videos for the 4.5mm Steel BB ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Pistol.

Getting to the actual Field Test Shooting review, I performed my standard five round Chronograph velocity fps test using .20 gram plastic Airsoft BB's with a brand new 12 gram CO2. The fastest Airsoft BB achieved by the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol was 413 fps and the slowest came in at 342 fps with a five shot average of 390 fps. The slowest shot was the last one in my Chronograph test and it even sounded a bit different like it wasn't getting full CO2 from the valve. This would present a problem later on in my accuracy test as it seemed the CO2 valve need to working in before this gun started to perform properly. I am guessing there may have been some debris in the valve area that needed to work its way out?

On with my Field Test Shooting portion of this review to determine the accuracy of the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol. I set myself up 30 feet back shooting from a semi-rested position (Sand bag up front and standing in the back). This shooting position serves to provide a stable shooting platform for overall accuracy and what I should expect to get from the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol. Keep in mind the results are always dependant on how I shoot on the day of my testing.

I shot rounds through the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol but as I mentioned before I believe the CO2 valve was messing with the guns performance, so what was happening was some shots would get full Co2 and work fine while other shots only got a portion of the CO2 which did not allow for the blowback action to fully cycle and caused the internal hammer to not get set in the full cocked position. I did get about half of my shots to hit the target but my results where not what I would expect from the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol. It is more than capable of getting at least a 4 inch group from 30 feet out so don't take this particular test to seriously.

After tearing down my camera gear I decided to load up another CO2 into the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol and shot several magazines through it. This did seem to fix the problem and which leads me to believe that I simply needed to work this gun in a little bit. Out of the box Airguns can have some machining materials in them that can cause performance issues as I believe was the case for the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol. Luckily I was able to get mine working properly!

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My Top 5 BB Pistols for Early 2016

In this video I feature my top five favorite BB pistols for early 2016. That said there are lots of other BB pistols I truly love and enjoy but I had to pick 5 so these are them! You may notice that many of them are blowback, I do like the blowback guns after all and this is my top 5 pick so naturally many of them will have blowback action.

Here is a list of my top 5 guns featured in this video not necessarily in order of choice:

Umarex Colt Single Action Army CO2 BB Revolver

KWC-Cybergun 1911 CO2 Blowback BB Pistol

 Baikal MP-654K Makarov CO2 BB Pistol

ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback BB Pistol

KWC-Cybergun CO2 BB Blowback Mini UZI


ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol Field Test Review

I have already reviewed the 4.5mm Steel BB version of the ASG Bersa BP9CC and done both a Table Top Video and Field Test Video review for it so make sure to check those review video links out!

In this Filed Test Shooting videos review I take the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol through its paces and test it using my Chronograph to see what kind of real world fps we can expect from it. I also perform my usual 30 foot back paper target accuracy test to see what kind of a 10 shot grouping the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol will achieve.

I have to be honest and say that there may have been a problem with the valve in my test unit since I was getting really inconsistent velocity readings using my Chronograph to test out the fps. I could even hear the difference in how much CO2 was being let out with each shot and even the recoil from the blowback slide was sometimes very hard and sometimes very soft. I did end up getting an average of 356 fps but it ranged anywhere from 420 right down to below 300 fps?

With the extreme velocity readings I was getting I did not expect the ASG Bersa BP9CC CO2 Blowback Airsoft Pistol to be super accurate as velocity can really effect the high and low target placement but I was surprised when pretty much all the shots hit within a 3 inch group, with the excepting of a double shot that obviously shot slow and low. This double shot was a result of the slide not kicking back all the way and not reset the single action internal hammer so when I pulled back the trigger I loaded a round into the barrel but could not fire the gun. Resulting in me having to manually pull the slide back and then pull the trigger back a second time, loading a second Airsoft BB into the barrel and firing both BB's at the same time.

My 4.5mm Steel BB version did not seem to have this inconsistent power problem so it may be that my gun either needed some break in time or perhaps had a faulty valve? Even so It actually performed well during the accuracy portion of the test for me.

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ASG Bersa BP9CC - CZ 75D Compact - CZ 75 P-07 Duty CO2 Airsoft Pistol Table Top Review

First off I have reviewed all of these ASG guns in the BB version which I will link to below so you can read the full reviews. The main difference with this review is that I am reviewing the 6mm Airsoft versions and in the case of the ASG Bersa BP9CC and ASG CZ 75D Compact, the only difference is the ammo they shoot, with the ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty, my Airsoft version is not blowback whereas the 4.5mm Steel BB version I reviewed earlier did have blowback operation.

My YouTube video for these ASG Airsoft versions does go into a lot of detail on each gun but in this written review I will keep to the basics since you can get most of the detailed information already in my 4.5mm Steel BB reviews for each gun.

Here are the links to my 4.5mm BB Reviews: 

Below are some of the sepcifications for these ASG CZ and Bersa Airsoft Pistols:

  • All use 12 gram CO2 cartridges.
  • All shoot 6mm plastic Airsoft BB’s.
  • All have working slides.
  • Bersa BP9CC has blowback action.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty & CZ 75D Compact are single and double action.
  • Bersa BP9CC is single action only.
  • FPS: (Bersa BP9CC 400 fps - CZ 75D Compact 425+ fps - CZ 75 P-07 Duty 480 fps).
  • Bersa BP9CC has a stick magazine with 15 round capacity.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty has a stick magazine with 16 round capacity.
  • CZ 75D Compact  has a full size metal drop out magazine with 15 round capacity.
  • All replicas of their modeled after firearms.
  • All are distributed by ASG (Action Sport Games) and made in Taiwan.


  • Bersa BP9CC love the design and how compact it is.
  • Bersa BP9CC has good weight for its small size, metal slide, trigger, stick magazine, barrel, slide catch release.
  • Bersa BP9CC is the only one with blowback action.
  • CZ 75D Compact has a full size drop out metal magazine that holds CO2 and BB’s.
  • CZ 75D Compact has nice comfortable rubberized grips.
  • CZ 75D Compact is the only one with adjustable hop-up and adjustable rear sight.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty has the highest fps at 480 claimed.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty lots of metal parts: Slide, barrel, magazine, hammer, trigger, slide catch, safety, magazine release.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty has a really nice double action trigger.


  • Bersa BP9CC slide only goes back part way, not a full cycle blowback operation.
  • Bersa BP9CC does not have adjustable hop-up or adjustable sights.
  • CZ 75D Compact has a plastic slide.
  • CZ 75D Compact is a bit light weight especially with the magazine out.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty does not have blowback operation.
  • CZ 75 P-07 Duty does not have adjustable hop-up or adjustable sights.

Make sure to watch my more detailed YouTube Video Review for these ASG Airsoft Pistols as I cover much more info than this written article.

Buy the Airsoft ASG Bersa BP9CC in Canada

Buy the Airsoft ASG CZ 75D Compact in Canada

Buy the Airsoft ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty in Canada


KWC 357 and ASG CZ 75 P-07 - CZ 75D Compact and Bersa BP9CC BB and Airsoft Update Video

Some more CO2 pistols I will be doing Table Top and Field Test video reviews for in the near future. Some of them I have already reviewed in different caliber versions, either 4.5mm Steel BB or 6mm Plastic Airsoft.

From KWC I show off two revolvers styled after the 357 and if you watched my Umarex Colt Python 357 Review then you will notice the similarities between these KWC made revolvers since they are all made by KWC. The Model 357 6 inch version is finished in Chrome and made to shoot 4.5mm Steel BB's while the KWC Model 357 2.5 inch shoots 6mm Plastic BB's and is in all black. At this time I do not have these KWC revolver listed in the Replica Airguns Canada Store but should have them listed fairly soon...

I also showcase three CO2 6mm Airsoft semi auto pistols from ASG that I have already reviewed in their 4.5mm Steel BB equivalents. The ASG CZ 75 P-07 Duty Non-blowback, the ASG CZ 75 D Compact Non-blowback and the ASG Bersa BP9CC Blowback. 

Make sure to watch my quick Update YouTube Preview Video for these fine CO2 pistols to see them up close and personal...