The Beretta M92A1 is the standard issue side arm for the U.S. military Adopted in the early 80's it has served around the world. Now you can own a quality replica air pistol version of the M92A1. Un-like its firearm counterpart this pistol features a full-auto mode and with life like blowback it makes this pistol a blast to shoot. You can either use it to maintain proficiency without the high ammo costs and range fees, or go full auto and have fun spaying 18 shots with one pull of the trigger!
Beretta M92A1 Pistol Features
- Full-Auto / Semi-Auto
- Full metal
- Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
- Realistic recoil action
- 18rd removable drop-free BB magazine
- Manual safety
- Fixed front and rear sights
- Includes 40 count box CO2
- Includes black MOLLE Holster
- Includes x2 1500 count black Hornady BB's
- Includes Extra Magazine
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity330 fps
- Ammo TypePellets & BBs
- Barrel StyleSmooth bore
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight2.35
- Overall Length8.74"
- Barrel Length4.5"
- Magazine Capacity18
- Front SightsBlade
- Rear SightsFixed
- Shots per Fill104
- Warranty90-day limited warranty
I recommend this gun to anyone looking to learn how to handle a gun .
Additional magazines are very Expensive! ($50+).
I've had no issues, but i did take the slide off and disassemble the gun when i first got it, It was a real PITA to get back together. SO I do not recommend taking it apart. Also, it's well built, but it's not made to be beat around. Treat it good and it will treat you good. That is a key in most aspects of life.
Also, unless you want to be gunned down by a cop, do not take this out in public and shoot it, or even carry it. It looks like the legit real deal.
New Buyers -Dont buy look for somehting that is better made and has a customer service department that will answer there emails
Why I held 1 star? This is rated for the kit and not the air gun alone. The holster choice could have been better such as one meant for waist or a drop down version. Holster is geared toward vest type mounting.
But most Of the Co2 Goes to the Blowback
Feature making the gun shooting weak and unaccurate
Not a good trade off
Its not fun shooting a gun so weak and unaccurate.
Also the Clip(mag) Was a bit hard to pull hard the spring down...most mags are easy to pull down with your thumb, I had to use my nail to pull the spring down, broke my nails a few time...and i strip the paint off with my nail in the first day...
Single shot is fun,long trigger pull makes for the occasional miss but that could be me and my sighting.
But boy howdy,when you flip that switch to auto look out for the addictive grinning as you blow through a clip in nothing flat,tbh it sorta reminds me if how RoboCop's gun sounded when he fires his.
Be warned though,as I said earlier it does look and feel like a REAL Beretta be careful around law enforcement or neighbors.
After I cleaned it up it worked great.
Might want extra clips, 18 rds go fast lol
Make sure you buy your bbs from the manufacturer. By the way, do NOT flash it around the neighborhood or carry it exposed - police want to go home alive and this gun looks very real.
Im satisfied with my purchase except that I paid $175 and now costs $129!!!
It is not accurate even for a bb gun so it is very short range but a barrel of fun
I am still getting used to the operation of it and I have not oiled it yet, so before I complain I wanted to point that out. I first bought Daisy bb's and the first time I loaded the magazine and fired it, the bb got stuck in the entry to the barrel. My friend suggested that he used the Copperhead, copper type and had no issues. I measured them and the Daisy's were .174" and the copper were .172". Not a huge difference but they worked slightly better. I have not looked at the breakdown, but it appeared that there is an o-ring in that area to keep the bb from rolling out. I have had it jam on me a couple times in this same area, but like I said, I have shot probably 6 clips through it and have not oiled it yet. But I laugh every time I unload a clip. Good Cheap fun for a purely recreational guy like me.
Finally one day another one showed up and wouldn't you know it the first marksman bb jammed this time I was able to remove the bb and it just looked like the barrel was too small for the bb. At that point I remembered that i had some other bbs for a different gun I had purchased a while back and they were made by UMAREX / Hornaday black beauty steel bb's so I was about to load the mag when i realized the black bb's looked smaller than the marksman and their both labeled .177. Now I took out my digital calipers and took some measurements the Marksman bb measures .177 which it should and the umarex bbs measure .171 ARE YOU KIDDING ME they are making a gun sold as a .177 caliber and it wont shoot a .177 BB at the same time they are selling bb's labeled .177 but they are really .171 what is up with that?? This whole thing could have been avoided with the correct bb's but whats really annoying is they say its .177 and it will not shoot one. With the baby bb's it is fun to shoot but not accurate at all.
Having said this , I enjoyed using it so much, I'm gonna get it repaired or I will buy another one .
Well I still needed to give my son something! So being a great dad I ordered up a second one. Now both him and I have one each. Let me tell you this, it has been such a hit with us and friends that three 9f our fr8ends just ordered one as well.
Thank you for one awesome product. We are having an absolute blast with our pistols.