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Valtro Airgun 92 Shoot2 System CO2 Pellet Pistol Review

Type: Pellet air pistol.
Manufacturer: Valtro.
Model: Airgun 92.
Materials: Polymer frame with metal internal parts.
Weight: 1.7 pounds.
Barrel: Metal rifled.
Propulsion: CO2 x 2.
Action: Semi auto, single & Double action.
Ammunition Type: .177 caliber pellets.
Ammunition Capacity: 14 round rotary magazine.
FPS: 394.

Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on the Valtro Airgun 92 has a medium weight in single action mode making it easy to place your shots on target. Double action shooting is also possible but does have a much heavier trigger pull, I found it on the heavy side but still had no problems shooting rapid fire in double action mode.
Accuracy: I shot the Airgun 92 at a target from 20 feet away in a free standing position, and it performed well after I figured the gun out and tried a few pellet variations. In the end I was able to get the Airgun 92 to shoot about a 1.5 to 2 inch grouping just to the left of the center mass on the target. The sights are non-adjustable, but for me there wasn't really a need to adjust them since I was well on target. My Chrony testing with a six shot averaged result was 330 fps.

Build Quality: The Valtro Airgun 92 is another air pistol that utilizes Polymer in many of the parts of the air gun. Valtro did not cheap out and put plastic where it could effect the performance. The barrel, trigger, hammer, CO2 screw tab, Magazine ejector and the majority of the working parts are all metal with the exception of teh external shell being made form polymer plastic, and even then the polymer is nice and thick and meant to last.
Realism: The Valtro Airgun 92 is a close copy of the Beretta 92FS styled semi auto pistol which is one of my favorite old school pistol designs. You will not find any Beretta branding on the Airgun 92 as it is not a licensed replica but from a few feet away it would be hard to tell them apart.
Purchased From: The Replica Airguns Store.

Pros:

  • One of the few airguns these days that comes with a hard shell plastic case!
  • Quality made in Italy.
  • Comes with an extra set of rotary magazines.
  • Uses duel CO2s' for more shots and better consistency.
  • Single and double action.
  • Rifled barrel
  • Tactical rail for Lasers and Tac-lights.
  • Good usage of metal components where needed.

Cons:

  • The double action trigger is a bit tough but still usable.
  • May have more plastic in teh build then some people like.
  • Could have just a bit more power but still a great plinker.
  • Sights are non-adjustable

Comments:
I definitely recommend the Valtro Airgun 92, especially if you are a Beretta fan! This pellet shooter is a mid-range priced gun that has a lot going for it: Italian built, high capacity pellet magazine, unique CO2 system with never ending shots, double and single action, rifled barrel, hard shell case, and overall great looks and performance. If you're looking for an air pistol with a bit more accuracy over a BB shooter (especially at longer ranges), then take a look at the Valtro Airgun 92 for your next air pistol purchase.

My YouTube Video Review for this quality Airgun:

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Reader Comments (3)

I wish that I've to take aspecial otter and discount; and I'll pay on delivery in "Egyptian Pounds".
Thanks, in advance.

Aly - Sorry we only ship within Canada and the US now.

February 27, 2012 | Registered CommenterMichael Kaye

I Love My valtro 92

First off i wanna say i had a great time with this gun.

At first i was a little worried it fired too softly and quiet and failed the soup can test.(poor mans crony)

Anyways on this site here they recommend against using Crossman co2s which i used the 1st time around.

http://www.co2airguns.net/Collection/Valtro%20Airgun%2092/index.htm


i do believe they are a bit more difficult to pierce so what i did was
use cybergun co2s instead since that was all i had as an alternative.


They also use the word BB at least once.on that site as far as accuracy as Mike said it surprisingly good.


BBS seem to load fine but i think only 7 fired because it felt like
2 were being fired at the same time So i int back to pellets.

besides as Mike says its best to stick with pellets since the barrel is rifled steel.


anyways i put the twin Co2s (CyberGun 12 Gr)in backed it up a bit tightens it
again backed it up again tightened again without letting any air out.

i ran a q tip with pelgun oil through both sides of the barrel
and some oil on the trigger and various parts of the clips to prevent3etn any sticking.


This time when i shot the gun not only was it louder it felt almost as powerful as my Jericho 941
it wet through both sides of a soup can with tremendous power.(maybe i got one of the freaky powered ones)?
or maybe the oil and co2s that i used helped.


Anyways i was extremy pleased with this Gun and happy that i can have at last
14 shots before putting in the other twin clips,

i was using the only pellets i had available and those were the Gamo Pro Magnum .177 7.9 grains Pointed
not that i am recommending it as im not an expert but just got started shooting again thanks to Mikes Site here.

i haven't had a co2 pistol in at least 30 years and im loving this hobby once again thanks to Mike :)

right now i have the Following

(None of these are airsoft)

Valtro Air Gun 92 2 system
Gamo PT-85
Beretta PX4 Storm
CP99 Compact
CPSport
Jericho 941
QB57 .22 calib Air Rifle which formerly was the take down rifle on Mikes site (different name same gun)

which you can convert to .177. by using their barrel kits.

i been using the Pointed skenko .22 Calib on them

its heavy all wood and Metal Side Cocking.
See the You tube Caution on loading this or you can lose a finger even though it has anti bear trap.

the only plastic part of the Rifle is the grip which can be changed form their site as well
many people mod this Rifle.


http://www.archerairguns.com/QB57-Chinese-Air-Rifle-p/qb57d.htm

More pictures of it here

http://www.gatewaytoairguns.org/GTA/index.php?topic=31391.0

Mike says he may have them in stock at some point too.

Don

PlisskinGhost

July 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterD Gibson

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