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Beretta M9A3 .177 CO2 Air Pistol 18-shot Drop-free Magazine

4.0 (13 reviews)
Beretta M9A3 .177 CO2 Air Pistol 18-shot Drop-free Magazine

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Beretta M9A3 .177 CO2 Air Pistol Drop-Free Magazine

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  • 90-day limited warranty


Considering its full-auto capability, it's a breeze to blow through 18 rounds with your Beretta M9A3 CO2 air pistol. So, keep a few extra magazines loaded and ready for the next burst. 


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Things I liked:

The First thing that I have to say about this Magazine is that has been VERY Well Engineered , and Well Constructed ! It Is Solidly Built with No Lower Pins to hold the Bottom Part of The Mag Together. Up Top , there are 2 pins that hold in the Gasket . and 1 for the BB feeder. The Spring Housing for the BB's works well , but I Personally always Give my Mags a Quick Spray with a little Silicone Spray to keep thing moving Smoothly. No real Problems so far with the Valve or the CO2 Plug , but Overall a Very Good Magazine For a Very Good Pistol !

Things I would have changed:

Like With Most Upper End UMAREX .177 Magazine Products ,,, People have a tendency to break Their Fingernails off Trying to Load Steel BB's into Them . Well Folks , This Guy Is a Member of That Club ! It is a Pain in The A$$ to have to Carry a Pen or Nail Clipper around With You to Accomplish Loading this Magazine all the Time ,,, BUT ,, It Does Have a little Ledge You can rest the Follower on once it is All the Way Back , Yayyy !!! As Far as Stripping the CO2 Screw Goes ,,,, Just Be Careful , take Your Time , and put a drop of Silicone oil on the Threads . Most of All DO NOT MAKE IT TOO TIGHT !!!

What others should know:

Like I Say with All My Reviews , If YOU Take Care Of YOUR ORDINANCE ,,, YOUR ORDINANCE WILL Take Care Of YOU !!! If That Means Don't let Cousin Bob shoot it out in the Backyard ,, So be It , Because You Don't Wanna Hear " Ohh I Just Dropped It and This Part BROKE OFF ! " DO YOU ? We All Are Air Gunners ! Some of us Have a COLLECTION , and We Take Pride in What We Do , and Love

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Things I liked:

The added weight to the magazine, adds to the overall weight and feel of the pistol itself.

Things I would have changed:

Warn potential customers that the CO2 cartridge is contained within the magazine. Purchasing an extra magazine (as you would with an actual firearm) just adds to the cost of use of this pistol, because you need to have a CO2 cartridge in each magazine to have the effectiveness of a quick reload ... the reason you would even purchase a second magazine. As the second magazine is quite expensive ... If I had known that a second CO2 cartridge would have to be used, due to the location of the CO2 cartridge being located inside the magazine ... I would NOT have purchased a second magazine. Also they are quite slow to refill, and holding only 20 BB's for a pistol with the capability to auto fire ... isn't practical, meaning as fun as auto fire is, I use it rarely ... and haven't even used the second magazine due to the issues with it's use.

What others should know:

Adhere to the warning I put on the review of the pistol.

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5.0 5.0

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Things I liked:

Always good to have a spare.

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  • George from USA asked:

    does this magazine fit the baretta m92A1 ?

    • JayFlankie from USA answered:

      I can't say with 100% accuracy because I'm waiting for my m9a3 to show up, but I have the 92a1 so I'm going to see if my 92 mag works in the m9 and l will update

    • Mark from USA answered:

      No

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