Read and see more about the Beretta 92FS in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
Precise, Safe, Reliable. Each features a lightweight, forged frame made from aircraft-quality aluminum alloy. All 92-series pistols feature unique safety refinements.
|Max Velocity||425 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: Very realistic, hard hitting, good use of co2 with 64 quality shots, smooth trigger and all metal quality build. Consistently hitting 1" groups with hand rest at 27 ft using Umarex laser sight.
Things I would have changed: The sights are awful! Why build such a nice pistol with extreme accuracy and not put sights to match! This would be a 5 star pistol but falls short because you cannot fully adjust for elevatation and no mill dots.
What others should know: Purchase the Walther Beretta M92 FS laser sight made by Umarex! This will drastically improve accuracy!!!
Things I liked: This is a beautiful gun. I likes the all metal nickel plating it was flawless, The wood grips were a nice touch.This gun is almost all metal it also comes with two metal clips, a molded case and it has room for a tin of pellets and a co2.I did not buy this for target shooting I bought it for my collection and I just liked it looks.
Things I would have changed: Nothing" In my opinion this is one beauty"
What others should know: Some people complained about the case, It is almost the same as the firearm version I will display it on a stand with some of my other guns not in it's case.
Things I liked: I would have to list every feature of the gun to cover what I like about this one. To summarize in general terms: The metal finish is even without blotches scratches or other defects. The wood grip panels are very smoothly finished and the checkering uniform and reasonably well done. The piercing system is the best of any I have ever seen with the lever and wheel combination that allows secure and consistent piercing without any leakage. The trigger is not the best of those found such as the Colt 1911 A1 or Walther P-88, but it is close; this one just has a tinge of a mushy rather than crisp feel but the pull weight is consistent and at a very good weight. The safety, mag release and slide release for loading are all solid and reliable in operation. Grouping of the H&N sport WC and Crosman Supermatch pellets are both tight with the H&N pellet routinely putting 8 shots into 3/4" at 10 yards when supported from a pistol rest and bag. The sights are very nice and constructed of aluminum.
Things I would have changed: I wanted to rate this pistol with 7 stars. However, there was an oversight on this pistol. The grips were rather plain, but more importantly, unfinished. No stain or finish. I will forgive it given the way the wood was nicely prepared by a very smooth surface finish and good checkering, but I should not have to stain and finish my own grips for a pistol in this price range. Secondly, the rear sight was too tall in the case of this pistol. Too tall is far better than too short however as I was able to file it down some to get spot on. After I had it impacting where I wanted it, I was able to blacken it again with Birchwood Casey Aluminum Black. For me this was only a minor problem, but I am a skilled pistol smith. The windage adjustment allowed me to put my pellets right in the center of the bull due to the superb accuracy achieved by the consistent pellet placement from the barrel.
What others should know: In case you wish to do so, you can shoot the low ricochet EXCITE SMART SHOT copper coated lead BB's from this pistol using the Walther PPQ BB loader clip mags [PY-A-3573]. Functioning was perfect and accuracy was pretty good but not as tight as the pellets. I would never use steel BB's or alloy pellets through the fine barrel of my Beretta however. This pistol is made in Germany and thus you can expect the usual quality found in such products. I have not yet chronographed for velocity due to the cool conditions but when there is warmer temperatures I will do so and add a note to this review. However, the impression I am getting is that if anything, this pistol is delivering more than its rated velocity. I am getting about 70 shots before I notice any waning of the power level and I am getting 80 (10 mags) of good velocity before there is a real downturn in velocity.
Can you get replacement wood grips for this pistol? And do you know if they will also fit the Walther CP88?
On P.A. 'S website # Walther CP88 Wood Grips... @ 84.99 . Yes they will.
Can these wood grips be moved onto a plastic grip Beretta 92FS?
They look the same.
Color of the wood grip, light or dark brown? Thanks!
light brown look at the picture sure looks light to me
|Max Velocity||425 fps|