KJWorks M4 CQB Carbine GBB Airsoft Rifle Field Test Review

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I don't get many Gas Blowback Airsoft Rifles to review all that often so when I get my hands on them I sure have a great time testing them out and feeling the blowback action tapping me in the shoulder as I shoot in semi or full auto modes. Sure Gas Blowback Airsoft Guns don't perform like their AEG counterparts, especially when you're shooting in full auto. You can expect way less rounds in each magazine and even with less rounds the last 5 or 10 shots when shooting rapid fire are going to be compromised but I really don't care because a well made Gas Blowback Airsoft rifle like the KJWorks M4 CQB Carbine GBB is just so much more fun to shoot than an AEG and way more realistic.

So let's get on with my test results for the KJWorks M4 CQB Carbine GBB Airsoft Rifle... The fps consistency was really decent, super consistent when I spaced out my 5 test shots they averaged 377 fps, not really having any low or high fps shots out of the bunch. I did have a full gassed up mag and was using .20 gram plastic 6mm Airsoft BB's for this part of the field test.

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Again shooting in semi auto mode, I placed 10 rounds into my paper target setup downrange 30 feet and as per usual I was using a rested shooting setup sitting on a stool and resting the KJWorks M4 CQB Carbine GBB Airsoft Rifle on a sandbag up front. 9 out of the 10 rounds all grouped in about a 3/4 inch group with only 1 round coming outside a bit stretching the 10 shot grouping out to about 1.5 inches. Still really great for a Gas Blowback or any Airsoft rifle for that matter!

Next I shot the rest of the mag in full auto burst mode which was about 20 rounds left in the KJWorks M4 CQB Carbine GBB Airsoft Rifle at this point. As expected the KJWorks M4 CQB Carbine GBB Airsoft Rifle cooled down pretty quick and the last 5 rounds did fire just fine but there was a noticeable drop in power making the rounds shoot low on the target. Keep in mind I was shooting in a not too warm environment, about 15 degrees which is not bad but also not that warm.

I would have liked to have seen the KJWorks M4 CQB Carbine GBB Airsoft Rifle perform as consistently in full auto mode as it did in semi auto but that would have been asking  a bit too much from a Gas Blowback Airsoft rifle. The KJWorks M4 CQB Carbine GBB Airsoft Rifle is a really well put together Airsoft Rifle that didn't let me down in the end.

Categories: 6mm, Airsoft, Blowback, Gas, GBB, Full Auto, Review, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video, Field Test Tags: KJWorks, M4 Carbine

KJWorks M700P & M4 Carbine - Umarex MP40 Weathered - G&G RK Beta Preview Video

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KJWorks M700P High Powered Bolt Action Gas Airsoft Rifle:

  • Dimensions: 6" x 46"
  • Weight: 3600g
  • Barrel Caliber: 6.1mm
  • Bullet Capacity: 11 rounds
  • Bullet: 6mm BB
  • Inner Barrel: 555mm
  • Muzzle Velocity: 500 ~ 550 FPS
  • Hopup: Yes / Adjustable
  • Package Includes: KJW M700 Sniper Rifle, Magazine, Manual.
  • BB: 0.25g or heavier / Matrix & Compatible high grade bbs recommended.
  • Action: Single shot bolt action. (Unlike traditional bolt actions, this bolt is feather light)
  • Magazine: 11 rounds

KJWorks M4 CQB Carbine Gas Blowback Airsoft Rifle:

  • Type: Airsoft Rifle
  • Manufacturer: KJ Works
  • Model: KJ-M4 V2 CQB
  • Materials: Full Metal
  • Weight: 3.5 kg (7.7 lb)
  • Barrel: Smoothbore
  • Power Source: Gas
  • Action: Semi-Automatic/Full-Automatic
  • Ammo Type: Airsoft BBs 6mm
  • Ammo Capacity: 30 Rounds
  • FPS: 400

Umarex MP40 Weathered CO2 Blowback BB Machine Gun:

  • Type: BB Rifle
  • Manufacturer: Umarex
  • Model: Legends MP (Weathered)
  • Materials: Full Metal
  • Weight: 3493 g (7.7 lb)
  • Barrel: Smoothbore
  • Power Source: CO2
  • Action: Semi-Automatic/Full-Automatic
  • Ammo Type: Steel BBs 4.5mm
  • Ammo Capacity: 52 Rounds
  • FPS: 400

G&G RK Beta AEG AK Airsoft Rifle:

  • Type: Airsoft Rifle
  • Manufacturer:G&G Armament
  • Model: RK Beta
  • Materials: Metal and Plastic
  • Weight: 3.2 kg (7.1 lb)
  • Barrel: Smoothbore
  • Power Source: Electric (Battery)
  • Action: Semi-Automatic/Full-Automatic
  • Ammo Type: Airsoft BBs 6mm
  • Ammo Capacity: 600 Rounds
  • FPS:390
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Umarex IWI Tavor 21 Elite AEG Airsoft Rifle Field Test Review

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In this second video showcasing the Bullpup design I test out the Umarex IWI Tavor 21 Elite AEG Airsoft Rifle and put it through my indoor Sea Can Airgun shooting velocity and accuracy test. In this Bullpup AEG Airsoft gun series I also showcase some other Bullpup styled Airsoft guns: The Cybergun Famas AEG Airsoft Rifle and two AEG Bullpups from ASG, the Steyr Aug A2 and Steyr Aug A3 Proline Series.

Getting back to the Umarex IWI Tavor 21 Elite AEG Airsoft Rifle, how did it perform? I placed 5 rounds through my Chrony Chronograph using .20 gram plastic Airsoft BB's and it shot a pretty quick 425 fps! Not sure if I would want to use the Umarex IWI Tavor 21 Elite AEG Airsoft Rifle in any close quarters games with that velocity but it would perform well on a field and even get a round out to a nice distance.

Next I tested out the accuracy of the Umarex IWI Tavor 21 Elite AEG Airsoft Rifle as best I could in my kind of "cramped for rifles" indoor Sea Can Airguns Range. I place my paper target 30 feet down range and put 10 rounds in semi auto into the target shooting from a rested seated position with a sandbag up front for stability. The Umarex IWI Tavor 21 Elite AEG Airsoft Rifle shot a nice tight 1.5 inch grouping just a tad low and to the left but pretty close to the bulls-eye for being straight out of the box with no adjustments on my part.

In full auto mode the Umarex IWI Tavor 21 Elite AEG Airsoft Rifle performedas expected  emptying the magazine making a clean 3 inch hole in my paper target with only a few of the 6mm Airsoft BB's venturing outside of it.

All in all the Umarex IWI Tavor 21 Elite AEG Airsoft Rifle is a nice performer with a good solid build quality and modern Bull-pup design. I really liked the pop-up sights and the fact that can use any standard AEG AR/M4 High capacity magazine with it.

Categories: 6mm, AEG, Airsoft, Field Test, Full Auto, Review, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Umarex, IWI Tavor 21 Elite

Cybergun Famas AEG Airsoft Rifle Field Test Shooting Review

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In this yet another AEG Airsoft Field Test Shooting Video Review I mainly focus on the Cybergun Famas AEG Bullpup Airsoft Rifle and put it through my typical velocity and accuracy tests I conduct in the Replica Airguns Indoor Sea Can Shooting Range. I also show some other similar Bullpup styled AEG Airsoft Rifles in comparison that I plan on also reviewing very soon, the IWI Tavor 21 Elite Force and two AEG Bullpups from ASG, the Steyr Aug A2 and Steyr Aug A3 Proline Series.. 

So how did the Cybergun Famas AEG Bullpup Airsoft Rifle perform? I placed 5 rounds through my Chrony Chronograph using .20 gram plastic Airsoft BB's and I got right around a 360 fps average which is should be just about right for most indoor or outdoor shooting environments. Velocity consistency was also good.

Moving on to the accuracy portion of my indoor sea can field test, I place my paper target 30 feet down range and put 10 rounds into the target shooting from a rested seated position with a sandbag up front for stability. The Cybergun Famas AEG Bullpup Airsoft Rifle shot a nice 1.5 to 2 inch grouping just a little high but well centered. The front and back sigh are both adjustable making windage and elevation corrections very easy to do. You could also play around with the hop-up to adjust elevation at various ranges.

In full auto mode the Cybergun Famas AEG Bullpup Airsoft Rifle performed really well, I pretty much empty the magazine and the grouping only spread out to about 3 inches making a clean 3 inch hole in my paper target. There is something very gratifying about unloading an entree magazine in full auto and checking out the damage it caused :)

All in all the Cybergun Famas AEG Bullpup Airsoft Rifle is a great performer at a pretty low price tag of around $200 Canadian at the time of this review. If you want a slightly higher quality version than also checkout the Cybergun Famas F1 EVO Version which is only about $90 more and but offers better build material and and internals improvements.

You can also buy the Cybergun Famas AEG Airsoft Rifle in our US Replica Airguns Store!

Categories: 6mm, AEG, Airsoft, Comparison, Field Test, Full Auto, Review, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Cybergun, Famas

ASG CAA M4 Sportline AEG Airsoft Rifle Field Test Shooting Review

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In this Field Test Shooting Video Review I mainly focus on the ASG CAA M4 Sportline AEG Airsoft Rifle and put it through my typical velocity and accuracy tests I conduct in the Replica Airguns Sea Can Shooting Range. I do compare the ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle to the ASG CAA M4 Sportline version since they look virtually identical but do have some notable differences, like the build materials and much lower cost for the ASG CAA M4 Sportline AEG Airsoft Rifle. That said both ASG CAA M4 AEG Airsoft Rifles did perform very similarly other than a bit of a velocity bump with the ASG CAA M4 Proline model over the Sportline I test in this video.

So how did the ASG CAA M4 Sportline AEG Airsoft Rifle perform? I placed 5 rounds through my Chrony Chronograph using .20 gram plastic Airsoft BB's and I got a 335 average fps which is a bit lower than the ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle but still great for a variety of Airsoft shooting situations. I did notice that the FPS seemed to be creeping up slowly as I tested it, maybe some break in was taking place?

Moving on to the accuracy portion of my indoor field test, I place my paper target 30 feet down range and put 10 rounds into the target shooting from a rested seated position with a sandbag up front. The ASG CAA M4 Sportline AEG Airsoft Rifle shot a nice 1.5 to 2 inch grouping a little to the right of the bulls-eye and slightly low, which I can easily correct using the adjustable sights and hop-up adjustments. I like to conduct my field tests with all the guns right out of the box and with no adjustments prior to my testing since that's the way you're going to get them and you may have to also make some small correction to the sights and or hop-up adjustments.

In full auto mode the ASG CAA M4 Sportline AEG Airsoft Rifle didn't miss a beat. I emptied what was left of the mag (About 130 rounds or so) in no time with a few quick bursts making a nice mess of the paper target which is the result I'm looking for in full auto mode :)

All in all the ASG CAA M4 Sportline AEG Airsoft Rifle is a decent quality Airsoft gun at an affordable price-tag. If you're budget is a higher than checkout my previous Field Test Shooting Video of the higher end ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle.

Categories: 6mm, AEG, Airsoft, Comparison, Field Test, Full Auto, Review, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: ASG

ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle Field Test Shooting Review

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In this Field Test Shooting Video Review I mainly focus on the ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle and put it through my typical velocity and accuracy tests I conduct in the Replica Airguns Sea Can Shooting Range. I do compare the ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle to the ASG CAA M4 Sportline version since they look virtually identical but do have some notable differences, like the build materials and perhaps a few internal upgrades found in the Proline version. That said both ASG CAA M4 AEG Airsoft Rifles did perform rather similarly other than a bit of a velocity bump with the ASG CAA M4 Proline model.

So how did the ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle perform? I placed 5 rounds through my Chrony Chronograph using .20 gram plastic Airsoft BB's and I got a very respectable 392 average fps with most of the five shots actually getting 392 fps so very consistent velocity for sure.

Moving on to the accuracy portion of my indoor field test, I place my paper target 30 feet down range and put 10 rounds into the target shooting from a rested seated position with a sandbag up front. The ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle shot a tight 1.5 inch grouping just to the right of the bullseye which I can easily correct using the adjustable sights. I like to conduct my field tests with all the guns right out of the box and with no adjustments prior to my testing since that's the way you're going to get them and you may have to also make some small correction to the sights and or hop-up adjustments.

In full auto mode the ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle didn't miss a beat. I emptied what was left of the mag (About 200 rounds or so) in no time at all and made a nice mess of the paper target which is what I am usually going for :)

All in all the ASG CAA M4 Proline AEG Airsoft Rifle is a very high quality Airsoft gun but does come at a premium pricetag. If you're budget is a bit lower than checkout my upcoming Field Test Shooting Video of the more economical ASG CAA M4 Sportily AEG Airsoft Rifle which will be out this week.

Categories: 6mm, Airsoft, Comparison, Field Test, Full Auto, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video, AEG, Rifle Tags: ASG, ASG CAA M4 Proline

ARAL Model 1453 and 622K 9mm PAK Blank Gun Shooting Video

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This was the first time shooting a blank gun in the new Sea Can and I can tell you it was pretty loud inside but of course I was wearing ear protection! In this Blank Gun Shooting video I test out the ARAL Model 1453 and 622K 9mm PAK Blank Guns and put 3 rounds through each of them.

Not everything went as planned. First off my high speed slow motion camera decided to not work :( and secondly I had some technical issues with both guns, well sort of...

Since the manual for the ARAL Model 1453 does not cover what I believed to be a safety on the back of the slide, I had no idea and was surprised to find out that rather than a safety, this selector switch is actually a semi and full auto selector which is kind cool but not so much when you're not expecting your blank gun to be shooting in semi auto :) Keep in mind this semi-full auto switch is only on the all black ARAL Model 1453 and not the two tone version.

Moving on to the ARAL Model 622K 9mm PAK Blank, I have a feeling that perhaps a different brand of ammo may have worked better in it. The 9mm PAK Blanks I used worked OK but I did get a failure to eject and the last round seemed to also not eject properly probably because there was no bullet in the mag too help direct it out of the breach area.

Categories: 9mm, Blank Gun, Field Test, Full Auto, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: ARAL, ARAL 1453, ARAL 622K

G&G ARP-556 and ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB Table Top Review Review

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Type: Airsoft AR, M4, M16 Styled Rifle.
Manufacturer: G&G.
Model: ARP-556 and ARP-9.
Materials: Metal and plastic/polymer construction.
Weight: (ARP-9 4.4 pounds) (ARP-556 5.3 pounds).
Barrel: 6 inches, metal non-rifled.
Propulsion: AEG non-blowback.
Action: Semi & full auto SAO.
Ammunition Type: 6mm plastic Airsoft BB's.
Ammunition Capacity: (ARP-9 300) (ARP-556 450).
FPS: 400+.

Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on the G&G ARP rifles is an electric mechanical trigger that simulates a single action only trigger. There is essentially a light spring internally which supplies the trigger pressure. Pressure is even and smooth.

Accuracy: I have already made my Field Test Shooting Video Review for the G&G ARP-556 and ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB Rifles so make sure to watch that video for the results. Both G&G AEG Airsoft Rifles share similar internal components so I expect them to both shoot about the same in terms of power and accuracy. My testing of the G&G ARP-556 AEG Airsoft CQB found an average fps of about 400 using .20 gram plastic Airsoft BB's. Shooting at my paper target 30 feet down range, pretty much every shot hit the 1.5 inch bulls eye!

Build Quality: As with all of the G&G product line the G&G ARP-556 and ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB Rifles are really well made. Fit and finish is flawless and I had no issues shooting these guns at all. Every engagement of the trigger resulted in an Airsoft BB downrange and in full auto mode BB's where literally streaming from the barrel :) You will find a little more metal specifically in the receiver for the G&G ARP-556 over the G&G ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB Rifle which does make the ARP-556 a little bit heavier but not by much.

Realism: Both the G&G ARP-556 and ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB Rifles are super realistic, they are based on the AR, M4, M16 Rifle design but are scaled down for tactical close quarters use with their compact barrels and adjustable stocks. Most parts work as you would find on a real steel M4 like the charging handle, dust cover, simulated forward assist and of course the magazine releases. There is however no blowback operation but I can attest that if you have an 11.2 volt battery and are shooting in full auto you will feel this gun a rock'n.

Purchased From: The Replica Airguns Store.

Pros:

  • 2 lower and higher priced models with similar looks and performance to choose from. 
  • Super compact CQB rifles.
  • Fully adjustable pop-up iron sights front and back.
  • Crown flash hider acts as a sound amplifier if you’re into that sort of thing?
  • Great internals, Internally upgraded with an ETU and MOSFET system.
  • Skeltonized PDW stock perfect for close quarters combat.
  • Nice 400 feet per second velocity, good for close and even further out ranges.
  • Very accurate, one of the best Airsoft rifles tested to date.
  • ARP-526 has an ambidextrous selector / safety switch.
  • ARP-556 has full metal receiver.
  • ARP-9 is a bit lighter and less tiring to carry, great if you plan to add on a bunch of accessories.

Cons:

  • No blowback operation.
  • ARP-9 has a plastic receiver.
  • You need some pretty compact batteries to fit into the short bumper tube.

Comments:

I am going to go on the record and say that the G&G ARP-556 and ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB Rifles would be my go to Airsoft battle rifle of choice. They have enough power for out door shooting and not too much for indoor shooting. Their compact and lightweight design will make them super easy to carry around all day and quick to place on any target in a hurry. Accuracy is not a concern since these AEG Airsoft Rifles can cut a bullseye out of a paper target no problem. Price for what you get, quality, looks. performance are all top notch with either choice of G&G ARP-556 or ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB Rifle you decide to go with.

My YouTube Video Review for the G&G ARP-556 and ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB Rifles:

Categories: 6mm, AEG, Airsoft, Comparison, Full Auto, Review, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: G&G, ARP-9, ARP-556

ARAL Model 1453 and 622K 9mm PAK Blank Gun Table Top Review

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What do yo know, a new Blank Gun Review! It's been a while since I actually saw some new Blank Guns other than our ROHM selection that made it past our wonderful Canada Customs.

So how do the ARAL Model 1453 and ARAL 622K compare to our ROHM Blank Guns? Well to be honest they don't. Our ROHM Blank Guns are much better quality and made in Germany rather than Turkey.

But still it's nice to hold a new Blank Gun in my hands even if it's not the best quality. The two ARAL blank guns I take a look at in this Table Top Video Review are the ARAL Model 1453 and ARAL 622K 9mm PAK versions. Both are front venting and both have double stack 14 round magazines. They also have threaded inner barrels however no flare adaptor came with either on of them and I only got an included manual with the ARAL Model 1453.

In terms of what exactly real steel guns do they look like or resemble? The ARAL Model 1453 is kind of like a big chunky and somewhat ugly looking Glock. I have nick named mine the RoboGlock :)

The ARAL 622K resembles a CZ 75 but it's a fair bit smaller in size and much shorter. The finish on my ARAL 622K is really bad, it looks like someone took a can of spray paint and painted it themselves. But still they are working blank guns, well let's hope so when I test them out in my upcoming Field Test Shooting video... Fingers crossed!

Categories: 9mm, Blank Gun, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: ARAL, ARAL 1453, ARAL 622K

G&G ARP-556 and ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB Field Test Review

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It's been a rather long time since I made an Airsoft Rifle Field Shooting Test video. I like to shoot a bit further out than 30 feet when using a rifle. Unfortunately the weather outside is getting really cold where I live so my testing will have to all be done inside the Replica Airguns Sea Can Airgun Range which only allows for about 30 feet worth of distance to my paper target. I figure if I can get a tight group at 30 feet than it shouldn't spread out too much at longer ranges!

Since the G&G ARP-9 and G&G ARP-556 have identical internals and similar barrel lengths I figured I only really needed to test one of them out so I picked the G&G ARP-556 AEG Airsoft CQB and put 5 shots through my Chrony Chronograph to get my Field Test Started. The G&G ARP-556 AEG Airsoft CQB shot a nice consistent 400 fps which is as high as I would want to go for indoor CQB type shooting. The BB's sure did get to my paper target quickly!

I followed my velocity testing with an accuracy test at 30 feet back using a rested shooting position, sand bag up front and sitting in the back. I first placed 10 rounds on my paper target in semi-auto and hit the 1.5 inch bullseye with every shot! I think this may have been a first for me using an Airsoft rifle? Of course I had to switch the G&G ARP-556 AEG Airsoft CQB over to full auto and see how she would perform. Since I was using an 11.2 volt bolt battery the rate of fire was crazy fast but even so in full-auto the bulk of the shots still hit the center bullseye cutting out a 2 inch hole in my paper target. The G&G ARP-556 AEG Airsoft CQB is a beast that I would not want to be on the receiving end of!

I'm pretty sure I found my go to AEG M4 styled CQB rifle, I'm not sure how you could beat the results I got shooting the G&G ARP-556 AEG Airsoft CQB. And if you're looking for a slightly lighter and less expensive version with the same performance then take a look at the G&G ARP-9 AEG Airsoft CQB.

Categories: 6mm, AEG, Airsoft, Field Test, Full Auto, Review, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: G&G, ARP-9, ARP-556

G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol Field Test Review

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First off make sure to checkout my Table top review for the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol, it really is a nice Beretta Airsoft copy, perhaps one of the best out there!

In the Field Test Shooting Video I perform my standard Chronograph and accuracy tests on the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol. I put 5 rounds through my Chrony Chronograph using .20 gram plastic Airsoft BB's with a full propane filled magazine. My Sea Can indoor airgun range was warmed up sufficiently for a gas gun test but I found the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol did shoot a tad bit slower than the 330 or so claimed fps coming in closer to 300fps. Still totally usable for indoor airgun wars.

Moving onto my accuracy test I placed 10 shots on target 30 feet down range using a rested shooting position, sitting in the back and sand bag up front. This time I was impressed with how tight a group I got, I was able to get the bulk of the shots all within about three quarters of an inch with only two shots hitting just a little outside of this. I did notice the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol was shooting a bit low for me but that can be easily corrected by adjusting the the internal hop-up to raise the shot placement up as required.

The G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol has a somewhat relaxed blowback but has plenty to give some recoil feel. You will get at least a full 27 round magazines worth of shots from each gas fill, perhaps even two if you stretch out your shooting a bit. 

Categories: 6mm, Airsoft, Blowback, Field Test, Gas, GBB, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: G&G, GPM92, Beretta Mod. 92 A1, Beretta, Beretta M 92 FS, Beretta M9

G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol Table Top Review

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Type: Gas Blowback Airsoft Pistol.
Manufacturer:  G&G
Model: GPM92
Materials: Metal slide & frame.
Weight: 2.24 pounds (1016 grams).
Length: 8.9 inches total
Barrel: 4.6 inches, Metal non-rifled smooth bore.
Propulsion: Green gas or propane.
Action: Blowback, single and double action.
Ammunition Type: 6mm plastic Airsoft BB's.
Ammunition Capacity: 27 rounds.
FPS: 350+ fps.

Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol is very good in both single and double action. Double action is a bit longer but not that much heavier when shooting in single action. Single action shooting is short, light and crisp as you would expect when shooting a real steel Beretta 92 style pistol.

Accuracy: I have not done my actual Field Test Shooting video review for the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol but I did get the chance to shot it quickly in my Sea Can indoor shooting range. Blowback felt good and accuracy seemed tight even though I was shooting free hand. I did notice the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol shot just a little bit low but I can adjust the hop-up slightly to account for it.

Build Quality: Like pretty much all G&G Airsoft guns, the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol build quality is right inline. Fit and finish where excellent and a lot of attention to detail was seen all over this Replica Airsoft Pistol. There is also some new gas valve technology from G&G that should significantly help with freezing in colder or fast shooting situations.

Realism: The G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol is an excellent replica of the real steel Beretta Mod. 92FS, the safety even acts as a working decocker. You'll also find 5, 10, and 15 numbered markings on the backside of the magazine that would normally indicate how many bullets are in the magazine, a nice touch for sure! Everything works pretty much the same as it would on a real Beretta M9 including the ability to fully field strip the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol.

Available in the: Replica Airguns Store

Pros:

  • Lots of metal and good overall weight.
  • Pretty heavy Blowback operation.
  • Whirl Cylinder Valve system should expect to get decent amounts of shots per gas fill.
  • White dot sights front and back.
  • Comes with hard shell case.
  • Very detailed full size drop out metal magazine.
  • 20mm rail for accessories.
  • Comes with high quality speed loader.
  • Safety also works as a decocker.
  • Threaded removable barrel tip for add on mock suppressor.

Cons:

  • Sights are non adjustable.
  • A little bit more expensive than some other Beretta M92 full blowback Airsoft pistols
  • Barrel opening not as recessed as much as a real 9mm would be.

Comments:

I would have to say the G&G GPM92 is one of the nicest Beretta Model 92FS Airsoft Pistols you are going to find out there. There is a ton of attention to detail for sure, You also get the hard shell case with included high quality speed loader and G&G's new Advanced Safety Release Valve and Revolutionary Whirl Cylinder Valve that help with freeze-up issues. You might pay just a smidgen more that some other similar Blowback Beretta M92's out there but I feel it is well worth it.

My YouTube Table Top Review of the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS GBB Airsoft Pistol:

Categories: 6mm, Airsoft, Blowback, Gas, GBB, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Beretta, Beretta M9, Beretta M 92 FS, G&G, GPM92

G&G GPM92 - ARP 9 & ARP 556 Airsoft Gun Preview Video

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I just received some really nice G& G Airsoft guns to share with everyone, I have two CQB Styled AEG rifles and a fantastic Gas Blowback Beretta Mod. 92FS.

The AEG CQB AR or M4 styled rifles are similar in a lot of ways and are super compact and really well built. The G&G ARP-9 has a polymer receiver and hand guard while the G&G ARP-556 has a full metal receiver and hand guard. Both have good weight to them. You will also find Skeletonized PDW stocks and large crown flash hiders on both models along with M-LOK hand guards. Inside you will find upgraded ETU and MOSFET electronics.

Obvious difference are the 9mm style magazine found on the G&G ARP-9 versus the M4 styled high capacity magazine on the G&G ARP-556. You also get an ambidextrous safety sector switch on the G&G ARP-556.

Next I show off the G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS Gas Blowback Airsoft Pistol. It comes in a high quality hard plastic case with a well made speed loader. If you place the magazine in the gun you will have room for two magazine in the hard shell case. The G&G GPM92 hold 27 roads in it's double stack magazine that has some interesting new features that help it perform much beet in cold environments and really boost green gas usage. G& G calls them the Whirl Cylinder Valve system and Micro gas filter. Both help eliminate free up in the gun when shooting fast.

The G&G GPM92 Beretta Mod. 92FS is really well made and shoot in double and single action and the safety even works as a decocker. For those looking to add a mock suppressor you will happy to know the G&G GPM92 has a threaded barrel tip.

Categories: 6mm, AEG, Airsoft, Blowback, Full Auto, Gas, GBB, Pistol, Rifle, Semi Auto, YouTube Video, Review Tags: G&G, Beretta M 92 FS, Beretta M9, GPM92, ARP-9, ARP-556, Beretta

Which Classic Legends Airgun is the Best?

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In this Classic Legends Airguns comparison video I look at a number of different Classic or Legendary BB Airguns and compare them to each other to determine which one I personally feel is the best . My final choices are of course based on my own personal opinion and in this video I end up picking two as they where kind of each in their own class.

Some of the Classic or Legendary Airguns I consider in this comparison video are the: Umarex C98 Mauser Broomhandle, the KWC M712 Mauser Broomhandle, the Gletcher TT Tokarev, the Umarex Colt Combat Vet 1911, the KWC PM Makarov, the Baikal MP654k Makarov, the Umarex Walther P38 and the KWC P08 Luger.

So which Classic Legendary BB Semi Auto Airgun did I choose at the end of the day... You'll just have to watch my YouTube video to find out :)

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Airsoft, Blowback, CO2, Comparison, Full Auto, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, Rifle, YouTube Video Tags: KWC, Baikal, Umarex, Gletcher, M1911, M1911 A1, Makarov, Makarov PM, Mauser M712 Broomhandle, Mauser C96, Walther P38, Luger P08, TT, Tokarev

Which Makarov Airgun is the Best?

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In this Makarov comparison video I look at a variety of different versions of Makarov BB Airguns and compare them to each other to determine which one I feel is the best in their class. My final choice is of course based on my own personal opinion and even then I found it hard to pick a clear winner.

Some of the Makarov BB Airguns I consider in this comparison video are the: Baikal MP-654k, the None Blowback Umarex Makarov along with the Blowback Umarex Makarov Ultra Legends Series, and two KWC Makarov PM Airguns, one direct from KWC and the other distributed via Gletcher.

So which Makarov BB Semi Auto Air Pistol did I choose at the end of the day... Well you'll have to watch my YouTube video to find out :)

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Blowback, CO2, Comparison, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Umarex, KWC, Gletcher, Baikal, Makarov, Makarov PM, Makarov Ultra, mp-655k, PM 1951

Which Airgun Revolver is the Best?

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In this Revolver comparison video I look at a variety of different types of Revolver Airguns and compare them to each other to determine which one I feel is the best Revolver styled Airgun. My final choice is of course based on my own personal opinion.

Some of the Revolver Styled Airguns I consider in this comparison video are the: Colt Single Action Revolver Series, Webley MK VI, Gletcher NGT, Crosman 357, Umarex Python, KWC 357Dan Wesson Classic and Dan Wesson 715.

So which Old and New Revolver did I pick as my favorite? Make sure to watch my Which Airgun Revolver is the BestYouTube Video and find out!

Categories: 6mm, 4.5mm / .177 cal, Airsoft, BB, CO2, Comparison, Pellet, Pistol, Review, Revolver, YouTube Video Tags: Umarex, KWC, Crosman, Gletcher, Webley, ASG, Dan Wesson, Dan Wesson 715, NGT, NGT R, Colt Python 357, 357, MKVI, MK6, Colt Single Action Army

Which Sig Sauer P226 Airgun is the Best?

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In this comparison video I look at a variety of different Sig Sauer P226 Airguns and compare them to each other to determine which one I feel is the best Sig Sauer styled Airgun. Of course my choice may not be your choice :) 

Some of the airguns I consider in this comparison video are the: Umarex HPP BB Pistol, the Sig Sauer P226 Pellet Pistol, the Cybergun/KWC X-Five BB Pistols in Standard and Sight Rail versions, the Cybergun KJWorks KP01 P226 Airsoft Pistol, and the KJWorks KP02 P229 Airsoft Pistol.

So which Sig Sauer P226 did I like the best? Make sure to watch my YouTube Video and find out!

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, 6mm, Airsoft, BB, Blowback, CO2, Comparison, Gas, GBB, Pellet, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Sig Sauer P226, Sig Sauer P229., Sig Sauer

Which Beretta 92 Airgun is the Best?

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In this comparison video I look at a variety of different Beretta 92/Taurus PT92 Airguns and compare them to each other to determine which one I feel is the best Beretta/Taurus Airgun. Keep in mind what's best in for me may not be best for you.

Some of the guns I consider in this comparison video are the: KWC/Cybergun GSG 92 / Taurus PT99, the Cybergun SA 92, the Umarex Beretta Mod. 92 A1 /Desert Storm, the ASG/KJWorks X9 Beretta M9, the Kimar/Crosman CK92 and the Umarex Beretta M 92FS.

So which one did I like the best? Make sure to watch my YouTube Video and find out :)

Categories: 4.5mm / .177 cal, BB, Blowback, CO2, Comparison, Full Auto, Pellet, Pistol, Review, Semi Auto, YouTube Video Tags: Beretta M9, Beretta Mod. 92 A1, Beretta M 92 FS, Beretta, KWC, KJWorks, Umarex, Kimar, Crosman, Taurus PT99