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Very realistic copy of the firearm. Whether you want to shoot for fun or need to maintain firearm proficiency, the Beretta 92FS CO2 pistol will become one of your favorite pistols.
|Max Velocity||425 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-action and single-action|
Things I liked: I really like this pistol, it has a nice solid feel and weight, the CO2 is easy to load, and trigger pressure is good in s/a and d/a. I am still sighting it in, but groups are tight.
Things I would have changed: The slide release seems a bit forward for easy access, I have to hold the gun in one hand and release with the other.
Things I liked: The product is not disapointing. weight,feel,look. Eight shots a must. took eight shots to align sights and set lazer for 33' tight group consistantly riffled barrel. single action is good for light fingers, double action pop pop smooth.
Things I would have changed: offer black and wood handles in one purchase.
What others should know: buy all relateed item, I.E lazer sight,compensator, the wepon is quiet and smooth operation, compensator is to know you have one.
Things I liked: Top quality build and finish in all aspects. Good power for a co2 with decent accuracy at 35 feet. Loading co2 cylinders and rotary magazines are fast and easy. Great for just loading up and shooting for fun.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: After a reasonable break in and a light moly lube, (not on the sear) the double action became very smooth. Crosman premier wad cutters crony'd in around 435-456 fps. Raptors did a little better in the low 500s. This gun seams to group tighter shooting double action rather than single action which kind of surprised me. This pistol is a definite add to for anyone's collection.
What is the difference between this model ($299.) and the $209 version? Is the Wood grips the only difference ($90)?
Yes the wood grips make up the price difference .
How loud is this pistol? Is there a way to attach a suppressor?
On a scale of 1 to 5, it's a 3. No, you can not attach a suppressor.
|Max Velocity||425 fps|