M92F Pistol Replica - Chrome Stainless
M92F by already a classic, Japanese Tokyo Marui will be quite a treat for every fan of US Army sidearms. Like most sidearm replicas by Tokyo Marui, M92F was also made mostly from high quality polymer. Metal parts include: the magazine and the safety. Both the skeleton and slide were made from polymer.
The grip features an overlay from soft, rubber polymer, which in combination with anti-slip texture and profiled shape provides significant comfort of usage. A winged safety double-sided is located in the rear part of the slide. The slide and grip bear U.S. military markings. The trigger mechanism operates in SA/DA (single action/double action) modes - which means that firing the gun is possible only by cocking the hammer beforehand (either by hand or via the mobile slide) - single action or by so-called “self-cocking” - by squeezing the trigger completely through the hammer first becomes cocked and then released resulting in a shot - double action.
The replica features Blow Back recoil system. It causes the slide to be moved backwards after each shot and once the last round has left the replica, the slide remains in the retracted position. Once a new, full magazine has been inserted, one must release the slide lock - as is the case in the live firearm original.
Gas replicas by Tokyo Marui for many years have been known for their Japanese exceptional reliability and perfect craftsmanship of internal elements. There is no need to worry about performance or correct operation of Hop-Up system - this is a class in its own right.
The replica comes with a metal magazine with a capacity of up to 25 BBs.
The set includes:
- cleaning rod
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Delivery & Postage
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