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|Max Velocity||312 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
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Things I liked: Mostly made out of metal and has a good weight/heft to it (feels like a real gun) - Works great as a training pistol if you want to practice in your back yard with very low cost of ammo - Trigger works in single action or double action, just like the real gun. I have noticed that the trigger pull is often the one point where most bb gun replicas fall short. - Blowback action is very strong yet it still seems to have good power - You can field strip it just like the real gun
Things I would have changed: No de-cocking function. That is the only thing that doesn't mirror the real gun. - The trigger pull is lighter than a real gun. It is close enough to still be a valid trainer pistol, but it isn't exactly the same. - The slide doesn't always lock back after the last round is fired. It only locks back about 1 out of 3 times, and even then, it is after one blank shot. This may be partly due to the design of the magazine. I just count my shots so I don't waste air on shooting nothing. - The gun consistently shoots about 6 inches low. I filed my front sight down so it hits where I am aiming, but others may not want to modify their guns. That being said, it now shoots very accurately.
What others should know: After putting about 500 rounds through it, I think this is a good gun overall and I am glad I bought. I have several real guns and use this to practice between range sessions. It is fun to shoot in my back yard and BBs and co2 are very inexpensive compared to real ammunition. There are a few quirks that I don't love (slide lock-back on last round is unreliable and shooting low out of the box) but overall I think it is a great air pistol.
Things I liked: Looks, weight, feel, realism, handling, function, recoil, blowback!
Things I would have changed: Barrel alignment needs tightening as accuracy suffers; magazine requires that you push-fit each BB in through the top of the magazine (make sure you have dry hands) making it unnecessarily difficult for something that is supposed to be fun. Almost every other gun with the same magazine has a feeder hole or opening to put the BB's in (some you have to hold spring back). What's that all about Swiss Arms?!?
What others should know: Occasionally, on slide lock back, inserting the newly loaded magazine will disengage the slide locking lever automatically. That's something I enjoy doing myself! Accuracy is difficult to master as it shoots about two-three inches low at seven o'clock. If you counter with 'windage' adjustment (at one o'clock high & putting the top curve of the barrel ramp under the target), you can hit the bullseye about 75% of the time. Gun has nice recoil and blowback and is medium loud. With this type of design you have to go with the flow, but it is enjoyable to shoot! I will drill a loading hole in the magazine above the compressed follower to make loading easier, the way it should be.
Things I liked: Realistic appearance, very accurate, great trigger pull weight, Simulates my Beretta 92 perfectly. A joy to shoot. I shot 9 of 10 in the black with my first trial.
Things I would have changed: Clip loading system is a disaster. No reason to buy a special loader to load. To make my clip loading simpler I had to drill out a BB sized hole in the clip loading spring area. should also add a loading spring detention notch so you don't have to hold the spring back while loading BB's, very poor , cheap clip design. A separate BB clip would be more functional.
Its full metal aur not its adjust full auto mode or not
Can you buy a speed loader for this pistol?
You could use this one Umarex Universal Steel BB Speedloader...
As a replica of the Taurus 92B, this airgun also has the same three position safety. The Taurus 92B features description says the lowest position is a decocking position. However, on this Swiss Arms P92 the lowest position appears to have no function. Is the lowest position supposed to be a functionless position of the safety lever or is it malfunctioning on my P92?
See Youtube for simple full auto modification quick ez Then gun will have full function safety-up Semi Auto-mid Full Auto-Down Dont lose that spring keep magnet close to catch spring
The bottom position on this bb gun is meant to be for full auto,but for that you would need to modify the gun.If you don't have this mod it will just fire in semi-auto.
The bottom position does not do anything. Your pistol is fine. Only the safe and fire positions are functional. No decocker.
|Max Velocity||312 fps|