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Swiss Arms SA 92 CO2 Pistol
*The CO2 cartridge cap connects with the bottom of the CO2 cartridge (which is in the magazine) and is used to screw in the cartridge so it's properly pierced. The gun comes with 2 of these caps.
This is a fun gun. It's accurate, has a reliable mag and feels like a model 92 firearm. Not a lightweight gun, it actually weighs a bit more than the firearm when you've loaded it with a CO2 cartridge and BBs.
|Max Velocity||312 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
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Things I liked: Fantastic feel, great blowback and realistic feel overall.
Things I would have changed: Remove or redo the safety, as the extra downward position is unnecessary. Grips definitely black, sights also black with luminated dots, as the grey / silver has no contrast of proper point of view lining up front and rear.
What others should know: This air pistol goes into auto firing mode on its own, even though no auto-firing available. The problem seems to be when the "trigger pin" strikes the valve release on the magazine, causing continuous CO2 flow through the system. This pin should only strike once to release the burst of CO2 and then retract. Unfortunately this happens regularly, hence the pistol being back at seller for the third time. as they thought the spring on the right-hand side is causing the problem
Things I liked: Very nice weight and firmly built , at 20yards i grouped 90% of DAISY premium BBs in the 5 ring. Extremely realistic in every way, threaded barrel comes with adapter.
Things I would have changed: I find the plastic grips quite ugly but the almost parkerized finish makes up for it. Black rubber grips wouid be better.
What others should know: A solid air pistol, well worth the money. the slide needs some lube but one always keeps guns well oiled.
Things I liked: Because most CO2 BB pistols are black metal or polymer plastic, this SA 92 stainless steel pistol is a unique version that I just had to add to my collection. The surface finish of the stainless steel is excellent. The lettering is engraved in the steel, not painted on. Although the traditional safety warnings on airguns don't bother me, I admit to liking this pistol even more because the safety warnings are not there. Although the point of impact is a few inches lower than the point of aim at 18 feet distance to target, this SA 92 produced some very good 10 shot groups. My bench rested 10 shot groups at 18 feet for most BBs were about 1" to 1 1/2" in size. Smart Shot copper plated lead BBs produced the smallest 10 shot group at about 15/16". Although the grips are plastic, they have an attractive faux wood appearance.
Things I would have changed: Like the black Swiss Arms P92, this SA 92 stainless pistol has only white dot on the rear sight below the notch and no white dot on the front sight. I prefer the three white dot (1 front, 2 rear) sight configuration that is found on the similar Umarex Beretta M92A1 pistol.
What others should know: At 18 feet distance to target, I had to aim 3" high for steel BBs and 4" high for Smart Shot. BBs tested by shooting 10 shot groups from a bench rested position at 18 feet distance to target: Umarex Steel (1 1/4", 7 shots), Copperhead (1 3/8"), Hornady Black Diamond (1 1/8"), Marksman (1 1/8"), Cybergun/Swiss Arms (1"), Smart Shot (15/16"), Daisy Premium (1 5/8"), and Daisy Avanti (1 1/8"). The Umarex Steel group is only 7 shots because the first three were 3" to 4" low. Total shot counts: Swiss Arms CO2 (79) and Umarex CO2 (62). I'm not sure why the shot counts were so different. The SA 92 comes in a cardboard box that includes the pistol, a hex wrench, BBs, and a threaded adapter for a faux suppressor if and/or when one becomes available. The end of the barrel is threaded so that the adapter can be screwed into the end of the barrel. A faux suppressor would be screwed onto the exposed end of the adapter.
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Will dry firing harm this pistol?
It says gas powered. By gas do they mean regular 12 gram Co2 or some other kind of propellant?
CO2, says so right in the title for the gun. Yes 12 gram cartridges are what you want
Can this gun be moded to full auto
I'm pretty shure this is a cyber gun so you can do the full auto mod.
|Max Velocity||312 fps|