- Spring Airsoft Gun Pistol
- HPA Series (Heavy/Powerful/Accurate)
- BAX Hop Up System
- 300 fps (0.12 g BB) / Range: 50-120 Feet
- Capacity: 12 Rounds
- Built in Hop Up
- Made in Taiwan
KWC Soft Air M9 92 FS Spring Airsoft Gun Manual
This single shot spring action air pistol is a highly detailed and realistic copy of the Beretta 92FS. Includes checkered combat style grip panels and fixed sight. Great accuracy.
The Beretta 92 pistol evolved from earlier Beretta designs, most notably the M1922 and M1951. From the M1922 comes the open slide design, while the alloy frame and locking block barrel (originally from P38) were first used in the M1951. The grip angle and the front sight integrated with the slide were also common to earlier Beretta pistols. The Beretta 92 first appeared in 1976 and was designed by Carlo Beretta, Giuseppe Mazzetti and Vittorio Valle, all experienced firearms designers on the Beretta design team.
The Beretta 92's open slide design ensures very reliable feeding and ejection of ammunition and allows the barrel to cool down quickly. The locking block barrel lockup provides good accuracy without the need for tight tolerances. The high capacity magazine reduces the need to swap magazines often. The alloy frame reduces the overall weight of the pistol.
The open slide design is believed by some to increase the amount of dirt and dust that enter the pistol; however, precisely the opposite is true. The open slide design actually allows more foreign matter to pass out of the pistol's action, thereby enhancing the design's field reliability.
The magazine release button is reversible, making use by left handed shooters easier. The hard-chromed barrel bore reduces wear and protects from corrosion. Nowadays it is popular to reduce handgun weight using light alloys or polymer. While handgun owners are yet to accustom to an idea of polymer guns, aluminum seemed like a right choice at the design time. Recently, polymer started to enter Beretta 92/96 models. This does not count the fact that the grips were always plastic except some models that have Hogue rubber grips. In 2004, first introduced internal polymer part was a recoil spring guide. Many Beretta owners were displeased with said polymer part just because it is "plastic." The polymer recoil spring guide does, in fact, work as well as its steel counterpart. However, it is possible that weight of a steel part helps with follow up shots by reducing muzzle flip. Moreover, in the middle of 2005 new polymer parts started to appear in Beretta 92/96 guns. New polymer parts include safety levers, trigger, slide release, disassembly latch.