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Swiss Arms SA 92 BB Pistol

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  • Code: AGD-43938517 · $99.99 · .177 · 312 fps
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The Swiss Arms SA 92 CO2 pistol is based on a combination of features taken from the Beretta 92A1 and 92FS variants, which include the trigger guard shape, frame mounted safety, slide design, and accessory rail. This Swiss Arms replica features a 20rd BB magazine that houses CO2 cartridge*, fixed front & rear sights, textured grip panels and magazine release, along with realistic blowback action. This model also allows one to attach either a flashlight or laser to the accessory rail on the underside of the frame, to improve accuracy in low light conditions. With it's realistic weight, frame size, and trigger, this pistol makes for a great training pistol and addition to your CO2 replica pistol collection.

Swiss Arms SA 92 CO2 Pistol Features
  • 20rd BB mag
  • Semiauto
  • Fixed front and rear sights
  • Textured polymer grip panels
  • Blowback
  • Accessory rail
  • Includes steel BB's, hex wrench and CO2 cartridge cap
  • Do not shoot steel BB's at hard objects

*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.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerSwiss Arms
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity312 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSemiautomatic
  • Barrel StyleSmooth bore
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight2.50
  • Overall Length8.54
  • Barrel Length0.00
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade & Ramp
  • Rear SightsFixed
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty60-day limited warranty
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Reviews
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4.0
By DAVIDUSAMay 15, 2019 Verified Purchase

great pistol for plinking. pretty accurate once you get a feel of it up to 20 yards or so.

Cons
none

5.0
By VincentUSAOctober 4, 2018 Verified Purchase

This gun is really top quality much like the real Beretta 92 and I am so happy I found this store. I'm from NY. It's not easy to get people to ship even legal firearms here. All the best Airgun Depot. Very cool store. A+ to the Pistol and the store. Fast Shipping to.

Pros
Very Real and nicely crafted. Comes with BBS and Hex tool. And a nice box rather the the dreaded blister pack.

Cons
None.

4.0
By DavidUSADecember 10, 2017

The appearance is amazing weight and fit is spot on. Cosmetically this handgun is near perfect in my opinion. It came in a nice box rather than a clam shell (HATE THOSE). I did notice mine leaks co2 out the valve....not sure what can be done about that.

Pros
Appearance, Weight, Feel... Really a handful of weapon.

Cons
Burns through CO2 fast. Mine seams too be leaking CO2 from time to time..Not sure what can be done about that???

5.0
By MichaelUSADecember 2, 2017

I swapped out the plastic grips for some really nice Pachymar grips and now the pistol only fires full auto. I've zero idea why. I compared it to my PFAM (same gun, different label) and nothing looks different. Also, as the other reviewer mentioned, the mag won't drop unless the slide is locked back. Odd.

Pros
Beauty to look at

Cons
None inherent to the gun.

4.0
By YiliUSASeptember 20, 2017

Obviously it is a nice looking gun. Comfortable to hold it in hand. Blowback action is strong.

Cons
Something wrong with the mag releasing parts: you can only drop the mag when you cock the gun, otherwise it gets stuck somehow.

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Please describe the caps the product description says come with the gun to put on the end of the co2 capsule when you tighten it into the magazine. I didn't get any caps with mine. There is a metal piece with a hex hole in it that you use to tighten the capsule into the magazine. Thanks, Jim Payton

asked Jim from USA

The CO2 cartridge goes in neck up. Then you use the screw at the bottom of the magazine to push the cartridge up and pierce it in the valve assembly.

Mark from USA
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