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The WE M-92 Military Spec. Gas Blowback Pistol is an awesome sidearm built for airsoft domination. Shown in beautiful black finish, this gun is a full scale replica of its real firearm counterpart, and is stunningly realistic in look and feel. The pistol features a full metal body and slide, a 25 Rd magazine, and a shot velocity of 290~320 fps (using .20g BBs). The crisp blowback recoil feature also offers a highly enjoyable shooting experience with every shot. Airsoft enthusiasts who are looking for a reliable skirmishing weapon with a great balance of power and precision, look no further. Own your enemies and order today!
Velocities for propane and green gas are 290-310 fps using .20g BBs.
*Propane adapter & green gas are not included.
The WE M-92 has a 14mm counterclockwise threaded barrel for attaching fake silencers.
The WE M-92 Military Spec. Gas Blowback Pistol is compatible with HFC HG-190 green gas magazines.
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By Charles from USA on 2012-08-20
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Things I liked: The pistol functioned properly right out of the box and mimics the Beretta M92 in almost all respects. Accuracy is good although the pistol presently shoots low. I still need to work on the hop-up to bring the shots up to line of sight. Good value for an entry level GBB pistol. The pistol has no bogus markings and is very attractive. Chronographs in the 360-370 fps range with 0.20g BBs. Slide locks back on an empty magazine. The furnished factory magazine works perfectly and is gas tight. Loading is very convenient.
Things I would have changed: The orange tipped threaded barrel is a "feature" of this version but makes the pistol too long for many standard holsters. The slide mounted safety does NOT decock the pistol making DA/SA drills out of the holster more difficult to setup (remove the magazine, dry fire, engage safety, reinsert the magazine, holster) but workable.
What others should know: Adjusting the hop-up requires field stripping the pistol and removing the inner barrel. No instructions on the adjustment are furnished. The finish is thin and is wearing off in the usual places from holster wear. I find this attractive. You'll want a spare magazine (or two).