The Crosman C41 BB gun is a fairly accurate representation of the Walther P38 as used by the Germans in WW2. The Crosman C41 comes in a nice box instead of a typical plastic clam shell. I personally prefer this as i can get to the pistol without destroying the packaging. Plus you have a nice reusable box to keep it in.
The pistol is construct of metal except for the plastic hand grips. Crosman has done a nice job simulating the wood pattern on these grips. It also features a functioning slide that is purely decorative and serves no purpose.
The Umarex licensed Colt Defender is an excellent replica of the classic Colt Defender. The Defender is a compact version of the Colt 1911 pistol. This replica pistol is constructed out of metal (except the grip panels) and gives the Defender some authentic feeling heft to it.
The trigger on the Defender is double-action-only with a smooth pull and a fairly crisp release. The hand grips have textured grip panels and is comfortable to hold and has a nice feel to it.
The Walther PPK CO2 BB gun is a replica of the classic Walther PPK made famous by movie spy 007. This compact pistol features all metal construction (except the hand grip panels), blow back, and fires in single action. The single action uses some of the CO2 from the blow back to cock the gun for the next round to be fired. When all BBs are fired, the slide locks back to let you know your out.
The Walther PPK is available in the following versions. PPK Black, PPK with Silver Slide, PPK Black with laser sight, PPK Black with pink grips (why?), and the now discontinued PPK Classic with ivory grips with silencer and extra black grips. I’ve seen the classic still being sold online.