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Question Where Can I Buy A Beretta 92fs?

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by firefox99, Jun 24, 2020.

  1. firefox99

    firefox99 Engaging Member

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    Does anyone know any retailers (uk or Europe) that stock the Beretta 92FS CO2 .177 pistol?

    Toro sells a number of them, but none seem to be 177 calibre?

    Any ideas?
     
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    Another vote for sws
     
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    thanks.

    does anyone know if they are more or less accurate (over 10 metres) than a Sig P226 177??
     
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    Never shot a 226 but it’s blowback same as my 320 so my answer is the 92 is more accurate.
     
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    Agree with CaptDAR, of the 'original' Umarex .177 pellet pistols I would rank 586/686 as most accurate, followed by CP88 Competition then 92FS. Not had chance to own the 1911 yet sadly...
     
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    Wild Bill co2 Firearm Enthusiast & FX Wildcat owner.

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    You can only get .177 and that is all Toro sell in replica co2 pellet pistols.

    Here:
    https://www.toro-distribution.com/pistolet-45mm-plomb-beretta-m92-fs-co2-black-umarex-p-7862

    Here:
    https://www.toro-distribution.com/pistolet-45mm-plomb-beretta-m92-fs-nickele-bois-co2-umarex-p-7865

    Here:
    https://www.toro-distribution.com/pistolet-45mm-plomb-beretta-m92-fs-co2-nickele-umarex-p-7864


    SWS also sell the same ones and all in .177 You cannot get these Umarex 92FS in any other caliber.
     
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    Wild Bill co2 Firearm Enthusiast & FX Wildcat owner.

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    I only have one (having had them all) and I kept what I think is the best one of the Umarex 8 round pellet pistols. The 1911 Government.

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    Looking to add one of these to the collection next mate :up:
     
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    thanks all, I've just ordered a 92FS from SWS
     
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    DA5B9138-EDA2-4807-8E02-5B76DBE27AEA.jpeg Great choice you can go wrong.
     
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    Wild Bill co2 Firearm Enthusiast & FX Wildcat owner.

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    What a shame :(

    I would've ordered the Umarex Beretta 92 A1, with blowback, a full size drop out magazine and lock back on last shot. But that's just me, I like the feeling of the realism of an auto pistol but I do understand that not everyone likes the same thing as me (realistic CO2 replicas), so each to their own......
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    the Umarex Beretta 92 A1 is a BB gun? I am sticking to pellets for the moment, and I don't want the CO2 to be used up by any blow-back, but thanks for the advice, it's always something to consider for the future...
     
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    I sold my 92FS but keep my 92A1 as the FS is lack of the realistic feel and also lack of the accuracy I can find from any normal non-replica pellet air pistols...
     
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    Headhunter Is fed up with waiting for a Chiappa Rhino

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    Oh, it was just with the question you raised about whether you can fire bb's through the SIG 226 that I thought that you was into firing the good old bb's, especially when everybody answered you by saying that you'd be better off firing pellets through it and then with that, you put the gun up for sale, I just thought that you might have preferred a bb gun over the pellet version, hence why you was selling the Sig-226, my mistake :oops:.

    Hey buddy, enjoy your new purchase, as I said earlier.....each to their own :)
     
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    I was just considering using it for BBs as well as pellets, but in the end, I decided to stick with other guns and left the P226 in it's box

    Thanks all
     
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    I've got one of those, and I love it. :cool:

    I've also got a Taurus PT92, and an X9 Classic. You may have noticed I have a thing for 92s. :)

    I got the X9, because it's the closest I could find to the 9mm, 92S I had back in the 80s.
     
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