WELL D90H P90 (ORANGE)
- 200 Round "Hopper" Mag
- Adjustable Hop-Up
- ABS Body
- Red-Dot Included
STARTER WEAPON - NOT SKIRMISHABLE
The D-90 is a replica of the FN-P90, A PDW created in response to NATO's request for a new line
of weapons to replace the less powerful 9mm range in use at the time. The P90 uses a more powerful
round than the standard 9mm, giving it more stopping power through body armour.
Used by over 40 nations, this is an incredibly popular weapon - and it's not hard to see why!
The WELL D90H, is a tactical version of the P90 complete with a mock silencer, sight, and torch - as with
all the other low price starter weapons, the D90H comes with these attachments out of the box - meaning
it gives you the chance to not only get used to the weapon you like, but to also develop your own style of
shooting based on which attachments suit your needs best, in the case of the P90, some prefer to use no
scope and shorter barrel, while others prefer to install a longer barrel and use an optic such as an EOTECH.
This starter weapon gives you the opportunity to try the different styles out before choosing your skirmish
The build on the WELL D90H is surprisingly good for an LPEG starter weapon, the body, being one piece is
incredibly sturdy and has no weaknesses or loose parts. The scope fits the rail well, as does the torch - but
as with most cheap starter guns the silencer is only secured with plastic threads - meaning if you hit something
it will fall off! so remember to be careful when quickly moving around with this on.
Shooting just under 300Fps, this is a little more powerful than some of the other starter weapons, so please
remember to wear your safety goggles to prevent BB's bouncing back and hitting you in the face!
IN THE BOX:
Battery Pack (7.2v - DO NOT USE HIGHER THAN THIS)
Red Dot Sight
Unjaming Rod + Loading Tube
Safety Glasses (NOT DESIGNED TO BE DIRECTLY SHOT AT, ONLY TO PROTECT FROM RICOCHET)
Sample BB's (around 100)
Scale: 1:1 (SMALL)
Magazine: 200 Round Hopper
Measured velocity: 290Fps
Hop-Up: Fully adjustable
Fire mode: Single/Full Auto
Body material: Polymer
Barrel type: Metal
Length: 470mm *655 with silencer*
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Posted by andy on 20th May 2014
This is a amazing gun for beginners (like me) but due to gravity mag does misfire. if u can ignore the misfire this is truly AWESOME!
Posted by Unknown on 27th Sep 2012
Good for people who are new to electrical guns, like myself :) Just make sure you have the gun facing upwards or even-level or it won't fire properly
Posted by Luna on 12th Aug 2012
I don't know who's idea it was to put a gravity fed magazine on this, but I will find there house and burn it to the ground, it sprays like a sprinkler and I regret purchasing this on the Market where for £5 more I could've gotten an m4 carbine
Posted by Jack on 8th Aug 2012
I got the p90 I always win wars with it amazing get it
Posted by Henry on 1st Aug 2012
Ok, so I bought this from another site (Cost me £65!) the other day and will now give a review BY A HUMAN.
The magazine capacity is brilliant. and you can go over the 200 rounds recommended (though it can be a challenge to do so). the mag is easy to release, though it takes practice to do so with one hand. You lose about ten or more BB's when you disconnect the mag however, but the trap door system means that this often isn't needed.
It has good power, though only 40 meters range outside with.20g ammo. It can hurt to be hit at short range with the gun, though waring a loose or baggy jumper removes this problem. That said, when fired indoors the BB's bounce around like a rubber ball on steriods so I would imagine that the power rating is about right. The gun has a medium amount of spread, but you could still hit a person with it.
The sight is bad. it's mainly just for looks as the cross-hairs are so faint that you can hardly draw a bead on the target, and the lack of iron sights means that you have no alternative. But we found that you could mount the sight on the side of the gun and get better accuracy with it. The suppressor, whilst doing nothing to dampen sound, makes the gun better at longer range engagements and is easy to remove or put on. The speed sling makes up fpr all the flaws on this weapon however, easy to use and well made (see the pun) it's a great addition. The torch isn't so good, it's very weak but it looks cool.
Brilliant battery life.
Looks like the real thing. has a great feel too.
A good weapon for begginers that really is suited to being used as a CQB weapon A.K.A. and SMG. however, the mag style means missfire/dryfire is common. and the mag can be a pain in the arse, but it's generaly good.
Posted by Jake Larkin on 25th Jul 2012
Just got this rifle today. It's superbly comfortable and ergonomic, a really nice place to be when you're shooting your mates.
Its accuracy is pretty decent (providing that you use professional ammo. DO NOT make accuracy judgements based on the BBs that come with this rifle, as they are remarkably poor) and the power & ROF isn't bad at all for an AEG.
The D-90H is indeed a VERY plastic gun, however I had trouble finding the wood for the trees, in the sense that its appearance steals the show. (Trust the Belgians to build something that you just can't take your eyes off =P). It truly is a wonderful looking piece of equipment.
Of course, the red-dot sight is utter pants.
The sole trouble I have with this weapon is the magazine, which does ruin the ride a little. It's gravity-fed, which means that if you're in a skirmish, the people of Warsaw will be able to hear the bloody thing rattling around.
Because the magazine is gravity-fed, it will not work when pointed downwards (which, to be honest, is a scenario that you'll only ever find yourself in if you're performing an execution (sorry Geneva)).
The gun responds to these issues by misfiring like an Irish musket.
If somebody cared enough to put spring-feed magazines for the D-90H into production I would buy one as without hesitation.
So, to recap;
Excellent style and comfort.
High rate of fire.
JUST LOOK AT IT!!!
Annoyingly bad magazine design.
Necessity to buy a half-decent scope/sight.
Doesn't work properly unless parallel to ground/pointed upwards, due to magazine.
Price is a little unfair.
I DO NOT regret buying this weapon, however there is some room for improvement.
If you're looking for a Primary weapon that isn't trying to be the stereotypical Uzi, or worse, the inherently generic M4A1, that isn't boring and is nice to hold, look no further.
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