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Read and see more about the Beretta 92A1 in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
This replica of the Beretta 92A1 features authentic blowback and a convenient 18rd, drop-free BB magazine. Since it is so close to the original firearm, you can use it to practice without going to the range and spending your hard earned dollars on ammunition. For just pennies a shot, choose this model for a quieter, cheaper and fun alternative to the actual firearm.
|Max Velocity||330 fps|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: Nice weighty feel. Blow back action is fun and keeps you on your toes.
Things I would have changed: Adjustable sight. It is at least consistent, but the sights are off to my eye.
Things I liked: Fun full auto pistol makes you say "woo hoo"
Things I liked: The Beretta 92A1 Is an amazing BB pistol With the advantage of full auto Obliterates Aluminum cans
Things I would have changed: Only thing I would change is have it come with 2 clips
What others should know: This gun is fun to shoot if you're thinking about a full auto BB pistol That's realistic looks and feels like the real thing this is the gun for you
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Anyone had problems with the right safety breaking off? This is the second one I've owned. The slide will catch and the right side safety switch breaks off, making the gun unsafe. I visibly saw the piece break off on the second gun. It flew across the room.
Yes, I too had a problem with the right safety coming off. I bought mine from my dad because I love the weight (its actually an once heavier than the real thing), the feel, and the blow-back action, it responds like a real weapon as I have shoot my share. A fair to midland solution is to find the right allen/hex wrench (its minutely small) and keep a close eye on the two blots that hold the right side safety in place. The kickback of the pistol tends to vibrate them out and you have to re-tighten them every so often. I will use loctite 242 blue (serviceable) should it happen again, and hope that should do the trick. I'm just glad I found the lever as it had fallen in some pretty tall grass. Also I have added a cheap but effective laser that just slides on and holds true. Every 92FS owner should not be without the ASG Universal Laser [ASG Universal Laser, Integral Weaver...]. This little red dot has turned my used 92A1 into my most accurate CO2 pistol. I took some time writing this answer, sure hope it helps. Reply if it did or if you have any other questions.
I read and saw in YouTube 92a1 have issues like accuracy, slide lock. So I in confusion which one shall I buy 92fs or 92a1. Please help me on selecting the model.
I have the 92A1 and it is great aside from the above note. Plink well and be safe
|Max Velocity||330 fps|