Type:BB Pistol Manufacturer: Swiss Arms Model: 92 Materials: Metal, polymer Weight: 1.13 kg (40 oz) Length: 217 mm (8.54 in) Power Source: CO2 Action: Semi-Automatic Ammo Type: 4.5mm steel BBs Ammo Capacity: 20 rounds FPS: 314
Realistic full metal build
Blowback firing action
Semi-automatic gun action
Faux wood polymer handle panels
Tactical rail for a flashlight or beam add-ons
Fixed front and rear sights
High value price
Heavy pistol weight
Comments: Show off the quality of a Swiss Arms replica with this SA92 Blowback BB Pistol. This heavy duty gun may be hefty in your hands, but it delivers a reliable semi-auto firing experience when emptying the 20 round magazine. A discreet accessory rail sits on the underside of the pistol for flashlight and sight add-ons.
This is a really interesting variation of the M92 handgun and to my eye the most visually appealing of the bunch. The semi-matte tactical grey finish, with the high points of the slide machined down to bare metal, combined with the faux wood grips really make this model stand out.I like the way the type on the Swiss Arms logo is knocked out making it more transparent, and also the complete absence of ugly warning messages on the right side of the gun. The only thing on the right side is the F for the German market and a very small 'Made in Taiwan'. You can easily rub the ink out of the Made In Taiwan message with your finger making it almost completely unnoticeable.Something I wonder about is why the magazine is black. They had to go the extra step to paint it black when leaving it with the bare metal would have been a better match for this nickel version.Mine is very accurate achieving a 90 - 95 percent hit rate within 1 inch of the point of aim while shooting free-standing from 20 ft. I think that's about as accurate as a BB pistol is going to get, but I assume all of the KWC M92's shoot this well.The real story with this pistol is the visuals. It's unique in it's grey finish and really quite beautifully designed for the replica market with the muted logo and absent ugly warning messages. Well worth the money for the looks and outstanding shooting performance.
I had a chance to take out my Swiss Arms SA 92 Stainless Version and Swiss Arms SA 1911 Tactical Rail System CO2 Blowback BB Pistols and see how they performed in the Sea Can Airgun Shooting range and they did pretty good, I have treated very similar KWC version of these guns in previous videos and for the most part the Swiss Arms Stainless Versions are just a little prettier cosmetically. I didn't test out the Swiss Arms SA 1911 Seventies Stainless Pistol since I expect it would have performed the same as the other 1911 in this Field Test Shooting Video.
So how did they do? First off I fired five rounds through my now almost perfectly working Chrony Chronograph and the SA 92 ended up shotgun a little faster with an average of right around 320 fps while the Swiss Arms SA 1911 Tactical shot an average of 302 fps. I was using brand new Sig Sauer CO2 and RWS Match Grade Precision Steel 4.5mm BB's for the entire review.