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Read and see more about the Beretta M84FS in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
The only difference between the Beretta model 84FS BB gun and the firearm is the ammo. Other than that, you won't be able to tell the difference. You'll also notice less noise, MUCH cheaper ammo and have a lot more fun.
Because this CO2 BB gun is such a close copy of the firearm, you'll want to use it to maintain proficiency without the high ammo costs and range fees. You'll get a lot of shooting done in your home with this handgun...and at just pennies a shot.
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Things I liked: The Realism. All steel
Things I would have changed: Every 9 or 10th stop last round holdopen would kick it
What others should know: Have it test fired first 10 for 10
Things I liked: The replica CO2 Beretta pistol is nicely weighted to mimic true firearms, providing substance during practice drills, and filling your firing hand with a positive weight. Design and reproduction is good .
Things I would have changed: I am not comfortable with the vague seat for the CO2 cartridge screw in the magazine, if the cartridge is not centered this misalignment interferes with the removal of the magazine from the pistol handle. Magazine release does not feel like its working and thus you have to exert more force to remove the stuck/wedged magazine. Perhaps a more concaved design for the seat would apply a better position for the CO2 cartridge.
What others should know: A fun and accurate tool for an airgun afficiano, should be there alongside your Glock.
Things I liked: Just got this today - did a full check out, racked the slide, tested the trigger, all that. Put in the CO2, the BBs, clicked in the mag, cocked it, shot, and, nothing - the BB jammed in the barrel right at the breech. First attempt to eject it I noticed the whole barrel started moving into the chamber- so I put the emptied mag back in to hold in the moving barrel, and ejected the BB. Tried another shot. Jam. Ejected. Another. Jam. Gave up and started an RMA. Definitely want a replacement, not a refund or credit. That's why three (middle of the road) stars - since that is mandatory.
Things I would have changed: I'd love to actually try this pistol - it feels good in the hand, seems to have some power, but this particular one came with a defective barrel. Perhaps it's designed to be loose like it appeared to be, but maybe not.
What others should know: This mechanism seems familiar to me, but it's the only one of the type I (almost) have.
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In the Reviews, people talk about how the BB's roll out the barrel. Is this normal? Is there no magnet or spring to hold the BB?
BBs only roll out of the barrel if the trigger is only partially pulled. If it is completely pulled they don't.
Can this gun us H&N Smartshot BBs?
what are the documents required for purchasing this gun
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