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Average Customer Review5 (33 reviews)
Things I liked:Weight and feel of the gun. It's nice and hefty.Very realistic. Triger is very easy to pull on single action.Just be carefull for it not to go off unexpectedly. The magazine looks real. The gun is easy to field dress and dismantel.
Things I would have changed:Safety doe's not decock. BBs fall out every time you pull slider back to cock gun. Paint scratches easely. Slider tends to jamm before first shot because of BBs falling out. Must be carefull. Accruacy is the worst of all my guns. It shoot strait but way low. I will have to grind the front sight by about 1/16 inch lower. Something I'm not to keen on doing as it will take away from the realism of the gun. I get a one and a half inch groop at twenty feet hand held but about four inches to low.
What others should know:You have to push the magazine hard in order for it to stay in or it will not catch and its hard to fill. You can modify the magazine in the same way as the SIG P226 X-5 model with a hole a little larger that the BB 2/3 the way up near where you hold the spring with your thump finger nail. I did it and it works great. Fills much faster and you do not stand a chance to damage the top part of the magazine where the BBs come out.
Things I liked:A good CO2 BB Pistol,looks good,feel real.
Things I would have changed:The Loading hole at the mag is not comfortable in loading when compare to most CO2 guns, need improvement.
What others should know:I bought this Gun for mod. FOLKs there is only full-auto after mod. seriously consider it before you mod. this gun, it is one-way road ONLY.
Things I liked:Ever since I bought the Umarex Beretta M92FS pellet pistol, I have been wanting a blowback version of it. Although this Swiss Arms P92 BB pistol replicates the Taurus 92 more so than the Beretta 92FS, the difference is insignificant. I like that the Swiss Arms P92 is an all metal gun although the grip plates feel like plastic. The weight of the gun is heavy enough to help manage the force of the blowback. I also like that the slide locks back when the magazine is empty.
Things I would have changed:KWC should make the rear sight adjustable for elevation at the least. Accurately sighting the target with the fixed sights was difficult. KWC should also modify the magazine with a follower lock position and a larger BB loading port. Instead of my thumb, I resorted to using a 3 mm hex wrench to push the BBs into the top loading port of the magazine. While holding the follower down with my left thumb, I then placed a BB into the loading port with my right hand. I then held the long arm of the hex wrench between my right thumb and first two fingers and used the short arm of the hex wrench to push the BB straight back until it fell into the magazine slot. One more thing KWC should change is to put a de-cocking function in the lowest position of the 3-position safety. I would rather have a de-cocking function than a full auto mode (available only if you perform the full auto modification).
What others should know:Sighting the target center just above the leveled front and rear sights produced shots that were way low of center. I had to adjust my aim to the point that the muzzle completely obscured my view of the target center in order to hit the target center most of the time. Consequently without a consistent point of reference on the target, my 10 shot groupings were not consistent. One grouping was very small, but the next grouping was all over the target. From a bench rested position at 18 feet distance to target, these are the smallest 10 shot groupings I could get: 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" (Firepower Gold), 1" x 1" (Marksman), 1 1/4" x 1" (Swiss Arms), 1 1/8" x 1" (Avanti), 1 1/2" x 1" (Copperhead), and 1 1/4" x 1 1/4" (Umarex). Unfortunately, I did not get these small groupings consistently. Shooting in a standing position at 18 feet distance to target, most of the time I could keep my hands and my aim steady enough to get groupings smaller than 2", but sometimes the groupings spread out to 3" or more. I can report that I did not have any jams with any of the six brands of BBs. Total shot counts were not as high as I get with other blowback pistols: 51 (Swiss Arms CO2), 55 (Umarex CO2), and 57 (Crosman CO2). Because the last few shots are really weak, I stop and change the CO2 after 50 shots.
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