Beretta M92FS, Nickel Black Features
- CO2 pistol
- 8rd pellet repeater
- Double-action and single-action
- Fixed front sight
- Rear sight windage adjustable
- Manual safety
- Ambidextrous grip
- Includes foam-lined hard case
If you like it, I also recommend the Taurus stainless steel 9mm. It's a fine companion piece to this air pistol!
It's amazing that in the United Kingdom, where they took everyone's guns and melted them down into manhole covers, people buy deactivated REAL guns for as much as we pay for working guns here. If you do a Bing search, you can see how much they go for. I don't know if the Brits can have these pellet Berettas, but it would be a shame if they couldn't. This gun is beautiful and is about as heavy as a loaded Beretta 9mm. It's also great for teaching your kids gun safety and how to shoot. While I'm not for bluffing dangerous criminals, I imagine this would scare away most opportunistic rift raft if it's all you had.
All in all, buying one of these would be a fine investment. Keep the internal rubber parts lubed to ensure years of reliable use. The Beretta comes in a very nice gun box and has shot everything I've put into it. This would make a wonderful gift, even for girls 12 years or older. It also would be a well received gift for one's father or grandfather! Cheap to shoot, too. You can't lose by buying it here. I didn't know whether to get the brushed chrome or the blued model, but settled on the chromed version because my Taurus PT-92 stainless is a near carbon copy. I also recommend the Taurus over the stainless Beretta because it's cheaper, just as reliable and has a cock and lock feature that the Beretta lacks.
This air pistol carries the Beretta name and its quality is top notch. My first gun was a cheap RG .22lr nickel plated cowboy gun. There were plenty of places to shoot at that time and place, and now finding a place to shoot outdoors is a chore for many. Having this air pistol not only is fun, it doesn't require frequent cleaning, ear protection, and in many places can be shot in one's back yard. I wouldn't use it for taking small animals as the pellet is a bit too small and causing undue suffering is something to be avoided at all costs. I've used larger pellet rifles for groundhogs, but I wouldn't if I had to do it over again.
It rips magazines to shreds and is very accurate. I wish some of the plastic parts had been metal, especially the main opening switch, but it seems to work fine as is.
I rarely shoot but shooting seems powerful and accurate, and it makes a nice strong noise.
Aesthetically this gun is flawless. If you're interests are in craftsmanship, design, manufacturing and quality I highly recommend this product.
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 425 fpsLoudness 3-Medium
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 393 fpsLoudness 3-Medium