Wow. This is one impressive Beretta-quality replica- and it's FULL AUTO. Pick this one.
Having used a real Beretta 92F 9mm I was expecting the Gletcher airgun to feel like a toy, albeit a fun one. *Wronnnggg* about the toy! First thing I noticed taking it out of the box was the weight- this thing is built entirely of high-quality, precision-forged steel you'd expect to find on a top-end pistol with the same satin black paint used on many Berettas. It WEIGHS MORE than my friend's real Makarov. In fact the only plastic I could find on this gun at all is the textured grip side trim & the clip release button! Even the 19-round clip is all metal save for the CO2 chamber's screw-out loading port. Also, this replica operates and field-strips almost exactly like a real 92FS and shares every external detail with it, aside from the safety/ semi-/ full-auto switch which appears to be the type used on those Brazilian-made knockoff Beretta 92's. I love the under-barrel picatinny rail, it's perfect for laser sight, flashlight, foregrip, grenade launcher or whatever. The firing and gas blowback are pretty loud, very powerful and even cause some recoil. Ive found the accuracy to be very sharp and quite consistent (especially for smooth bore!), with target grouping on my best days in the millimeters (on semi-auto of course) at 20'. The real fun, once you're done with accuracy, is going full-auto & spraying glass bottles, apples (or my best one, a nasty rattlesnake invading my garage- **for the record I'd never shoot or harm any harmless animal, ever- but this 'BB machine gun' ripped the snake apart!!). The Gletcher BRT has some real power, extremely solid high-quality construction, and is definitely NOT a toy. The only drawbacks are 1. Since it is a full blowback gun & quite powerful, CO2 cartridges go quickly. In fact after 35-40 shots you can feel the CO2 rapidly losing power, sometimes causing a jam (easily cleared by cocking upside-down to drop the bb from the chamber) and 2. 19 shots is somewhat decent, but in full-auto mode it's gone in less than 2 seconds. Gletcher needs to offer an extended 40-60 shot clip. In fact, both problems could be solved here: a 60-round extra long clip with 2 CO2 cartridges!!! Why won't they do this?! Aside from those two minor gripes, this is the CO2 BB pistol you should be buying. Honestly I've never seen this level of build quality and realism in any sort of replica/ air gun. And it has a fully-automatic mode!!! Why aren't you buying this yet?!
I have talked about how KWC and Cybergun are really the same product and that Cybergun and KWC products in many cases are really the same gun but with some versions having slightly different markings on the guns themselves.
Today I show you a new 4.5mm Steel BB gun we just brought into the store very closely related to the Cybergun Tanfoglio Witness 1911, or otherwise known as the KWC Model 1911. This new airguns is a Tactical version of the Model M1911 and it goes by the name Model M1911 A1 Tac. It shares the same internal parts as the Tanfoglio Witness 1911 including the 4.5mm Steel BB magazine but the Tactical version is all black and has several updated modern parts that you would not find in a traditional 1911 A1 45 auto replica: Like the tactical trigger, hammer, adjustable white dot sights and accessory rial. This gun would make an awesome IPSC trainer for sure.
At this point there is no 6mm Airsoft version but you can get the KWC Model 1911 and M92 in 6mm Airsoft all metal versions.
I also compare my GSG 92 4.5mm Steel BB pistol I reviewed in the past and show you that it is identical to the KWC same M92 version with the exception of some marking on the slide. Many people even prefer the KWC branded models as they do not have the rather offensive white warning instructions all over them.