Things I liked:They work great in my Beretta 92F and having extra clips makes shooting more enjoyable. Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:This is a must have extra for your Beretta 92F or for any gun that uses them. One should buy 2-3 extra packages to give you 8 or 11 clips to shoot without reloading for 1 CO2 cartridge depending on your airgun. The RWS Hobby and Diabolo Basic pellets work great in these clips.
Things I liked:I recently received my 92FS and am very pleased with it. I have a 9mm 92FS and it is hard to see any difference. I really like the weight of it (I have a Gamo PT85 which I like as well, but this is clearly a more realistic pistol with the extra weight). The adjustable rear sight is an important feature. This is a very nice air gun. Things I would have changed:I would definitely like to have had three white dots (one front/2 rear) on the sights to increase visibility and quicken front sight acquisition (like found on the PT85). What others should know:A very nice air gun. Be sure to buy at least three extra packages of clips so you will have uninterrupted shooting using 1 CO2 cartridge. I can shoot 10 clips with 1 cartridge in my indoor range with this Beretta. Thus pistol seems to be pretty accurate, but I am still a novice in pistol shooting and clustering shots is still a goal. Right now I am shooting RWS Hobby and Diabolo Basic pellets, and both work well with the clips used in this pistol.
Things I liked:This is a follow up review on the Beretta 92FS Umarex now that I have had the gun for approximately a year and have shot over 10,000 rounds with it. If you own a .9mmP Beretta, this is a great airgun to have to improve your gun handling and marksmanship cheaply. The airgun is a great replica of the .9mmP, including being approximately the same weight since it is also made out of metal. I shoot the airgun indoors using high quality RWS Hobby pellets and the excellent UTG pellet target trap at 30 ft. The airgun is accurate and very efficient in CO2 usage, shooting 96 pellets per cartridge. There have been a couple of problems I have encountered with the airgun. The front sight popped off after shooting around 800 pellets. This seems to be a design problem/attachment issue (poorly attached) with the sight. I just used superglue to firmly attach the front sight to the barrel. Another issue was after about 9,000 rounds, the barrel fell off! The barrel is attached to the gun by a screw at the front just below the muzzle. The head of the screw sheared off from the constant impact when opening the gun to replace the rotary mag. I contacted Umarex Customer Service to obtain an exploded parts diagram for the Beretta 92FS to determine the broken screw part number (419.40.06.0; M3x12). The Customer Service people kindly provided the screw which enabled me to repair the gun without having to send it to Umarex. Thus, I was very pleased with the support I obtained from the Umarex Customer Service. I continue to be very impressed with the Beretta 92FS airgun and highly recommend it anyone interested in a high quality airgun. Things I would have changed:Design a better more secure way to attach the front sight and a stronger screw to attach the barrel to the frame. What others should know:Another note of caution is when changing the cartridge be very careful not to over tighten the cylinder screw as this will damage the seal causing it to leak. Tighten only enough to make contact with the seal and then close the cylinder lock to finish inserting the cylinder. Of course always add a drop of Crosman PellGun oil on top of every fresh cartridge before inserting it into the gun.