Beretta M92 Softair - Italian Technology with Character
The Beretta 92, also called M9 in the US military, has been the standard pistol of the armed forces of the US Air Force and US Army since the mid-1980s. The shapely black pistol holds 15 cartridges in a rod magazine and has a caliber of 9 x 19 mm. It fits comfortably in the hand and allows the magazine to be secured on both sides with the thumb. Depending on the field of application, there are also other versions of the Beretta M92 Softair that are used in the USA and Italy.
The variability is shown among other things in the number of cartridges, which also depends on the caliber. Thus, the weapon can be loaded with 12, 17, 18, 20, 30 or 32 rounds. Two special extensions of the handgun are the 92A1 and M9A1 models. The weapon is only found in the USA and its country of manufacture, Italy, but is used there by the army, military police and police.
The technical details of the Beretta M92 Softair
The Beretta M92 Softair weighs about half a kilo and is made of particularly hard ABS plastic and metal slides 1:1 copied from the original. Special quality can be found, among other things, in the spring, which thanks to excellent properties is not only durable, but also ensures an excellent shooting pattern.
- Energy: under 0.5 joul
- Free from 48 years
- Weapon type: pistol, handgun
- Ammunition:: 6 mm BB
- Drive: spring pressure
- Weight: 0.53 kilogram
A precise result also have to answer for the Hop?Up?System and the roughened grips, which ensure a good fit in the hand. For the weapon, 0.2 grams of 6 mm BB bullets are ideally suited. The safety is manual and the attached sights cannot be adjusted.
Beretta M92 Softair for pistol fans and recreational shooters
The good shooting characteristics make the Beretta M92 Softair a good training weapon and allow practice at a high level. As a collector's and display item for private use, the timeless pistol is also in great demand. It has been in use for many decades and is considered a classic.
With a firing energy of less than 0.5 joules, the Beretta M92 Softair is approved for use from the age of 14 without a firearms license. However, carrying is not permitted and prohibited according to §42 a WaffG.