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Practice your handgun shooting skills with this CO2 powered, full-auto, blowback BB pistol. The full metal frame and slide offer realistic weight and the comfortable checkered grip will leave you wanting to shoot all day.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|
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Things I liked: This is the same airgun, part for part, as the now-discontinued Gletcher BRT-92FS, which I bought from Pyramidair a few years ago. It's very nice looking and being all steel (apart from some small bits and the grips which plastic is used) has a good weight and feel to it. The slide action is nice, if not a little lightly sprung, and makes for a good blowback effect. Accuracy is decent in semi-auto for a pistol. And of course, it's awesome that full-auto is a feature. BUT, read on...
Things I would have changed: There are problems with the design. Mine started jamming early on, and a warranty replacement one followed the same unfortunate path with several common issues. It just seemed to constantly jam, especially in full-auto. Then all 3 of my magazines (which are awkward and cumbersome to load BB's into) broke in the same place: the cap at the bottom that pushes the CO2 bottle in is plastic with a metal insert that breaks loose and becomes unusable, it just spins free with the allen's wrench. Also, one CO2 bottle is good for maybe 35-45 shots and FPS rapidly declines after 20 or so. The whole thing is just not super well-designed.
What others should know: Don't buy this, there's a much better alternative here, I also own it- the Umarex Beretta-licensed M9A1, which is a replica of an almost identical model Beretta, it is also semi & full-auto plus it's about the same price- the Umarex/ Beretta is far superior in every way. It's tighter, more accurate, has a higher rate of fire in full-auto, the magazines have steel caps on the bottom that won't break and they have a cool quick-load slot. The slide has a heavier spring. One CO2 cartridge lasts at least 110 shots. The Crosman & the Umarex/ Beretta are both pretty loud, which I like, some may not. The Umarex is a bit louder, with the Crosman having more of a "poof" sound. I bought both from this site along with several other accessories, their shipping & service is great. But if you're thinking about buying a Beretta replica BB gun with full-auto, and you want to enjoy it without things jamming or breaking, BUY THE UMAREX. NOT this one. Trust me.
Things I liked: The pfam9b the magazine was defected and I called to receive another one and to purchase an extra magazine they don't sell Extra Magazine so when the magazine breaks the gun goes in the garbage that's basically the story you buy the gun magazine breaks they don't repair or sell extra magazines can goes in the garbage and you just wasted a hundred and something dollars
Things I would have changed: Things I would change about that make extra magazines that you could purchase if anything goes wrong with the magazine that comes with the pistol.
What others should know: Yeah be careful with your purchase online cuz they may look really good in the picture or when you get it it don't exceed your expectations
Things I liked: Love the fact that it's capable of semiauto and full auto. It breaks down just like a real semiauto handgun.
Things I would have changed: The safety, semiauto/full auto switch. The switch is difficult to manipulate. It feels cheap. The rest of the gun feel well made.
What others should know: Overall I think this air gun is awesome the many pro totally out weigh the cons. This is a good way to practice good marksmanship in the privacy of your own backyard. (As long as it's legal to do so in your city/state)
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I see that this is similar in appearance to a Beretta but is it a replica of any particular model? Thanks! Jack
It is a replica of the Taurus PT92, which is basically a version of the Beretta M9/92
Has anyone crono this yet to see if its really 450 fps?
I also bought this based on pyramydair claiming it shot up to 450 fps..crosman claims 400 fps, and I am sure that on a warm day it will shoot around 400 fps..
PyramydAir is promoting it at 450fps, but not Crosman. It clearly states on the packaging, 400fps, and 390fps is not that far off.
I shot it today. I would say it shoots an average of 390 FPS. I don't know where they got 450 from... I paid $130 for false advertised FPS. I bought this gun solely on its fps and I'm very disappointed now.
I just received the airgun and the packaging says it shoots 400 FPS. I was really upset by this but I have not tried shooting it yet to compare it to my 400 FPS ISSC M22. I will share my images soon and make a review.
So,,,,,,,This "Purchase" is a Real Trade-Off,,,,,When you compare the Beretta to the Crosman, You may say "I'd rather take 450fps over 350fps anyday", But When you compare the 2 side by side, the first thing you notice is the Level & Quality of "Workmanship" that separates the 2. The Umarex model has Crosman BEAT Hands Down!,,,,The Crosman Feels Extremely "Cheap" & "Shoddy" when compared to the Beretta, In almost every aspect & Detail,,,,Especially the Magazines,,,,,There's quite a Bit of "Plastic" in the Crosman Offering, While Almost None for the Beretta 92A1. So "Weigh" your Options, and Choose "Wisely",,,,,,,Cheer's Andy
|Max Velocity||400 fps|