Blackviper Heavyweight M92F Spring Pistol
This Blackviper Heavyweight pistol M92F is a replica of M92F from Beretta
The blackviper M9 series is a replica of the standard military issue sidearm for U.S. troops today and it also boasts a functional safety and a heavyweight life like fee Thats ideal for collectors, target shooters and backyard "plinkers" alike.
it also has open breach feature adds to its realism of this pistol it is a single shot, spring-powered pistol (No batteries or gas needed) and it has a 22-round magazine and fires 6mm BB rounds at an impressive 280 FPS muzzle velocity.
The externals of this weapon are plastic with full metal internals back and front sights.
The top slide is quite easy to pull back and works smoothly and it also has a working safety on the gun.
The gun has a working hammer and comes with Pack of decent Quality bbs (100 aprox)
This is the top of the range spring pistol from balckviper and they dont get any better then this
- Open breech slide
- Heavy Weight feel
- No batteries needed
- Mag Capacity : 22rds
- Size : 208mm x 142mm
- Weight : 396g / 500g(H)
Posted by Christian Emberson on 7th Mar 2019
Safety did work. It was me that didn't!
Posted by Christian Emberson on 7th Mar 2019
This looks great, has an ok weight and beats any of my springers for accuracy. Shoots fantastic. At 6 metres I'm hitting all 10 in the centre of the target the size of a 5p piece. Power is down a little from my usual springs. Doesn't matter and shooting it makes up for it. I like the trigger set, this and the fairly long barrel must equate for some of the accuracy. Love m92 and their sights. Mag is fine and all fits nice. However there are a few things which are not quite right. My safety is inoperable, bbs seem tight to load on the cockback and I don't like the way it feels when cocking. Not so sure fire solid as most of my others. One other thing I don't like is the gun release, I pulled the tag down and the locking pin comes out. Then the gun tries to explode apart like the real one I suppose. Well I don't dislike it, it's just there's no warning in the manual about spontaneous gun explosion! Sall good. Just shoot it, shoot it like a pro!
Posted by Unknown on 29th Jan 2018
With this order I first received the MK23 USP by Blackviper. This was an honest mistake as the boxes of these products by Blackviper resemble so much. BBGunsUK offered straight away to correct the mistake and replace the order with the correct gun, the M92F. So I have the pleasure of reviewing both guns for you.
The Blackvipers are manufactured to the same standards as the Zombie Army BB weapons which are gaining good popularity in the market.
First the MK23. This is supposedly a dual tone replica of the MK23 pistol, however the resemblance is puzzling when looking it's front, which may also bring images of a desert eagle or another weapon. The black finish on the slider gives it very good looks and enough realism for a dual tone pistol.
On a close examination, the MK23 is a bit rough and ready around the corners and the dimensions of the plastic exterior parts. This makes it look a bit more like a toy gun than a typical firearm imitation BB gun. It is a relatively long gun. However, when holding it, it feels well balanced in your hand. The internal functional parts are all metallic and the moving parts are well oiled and operate smoothly.
The pistol is equipped with safety which works well, but the reaction of trigger can be confusing when the safety is on. The safety lock on or off feels secure enough. The magazine is plastic, takes a whooping 22 BBs, 6mm in size, but they have to be loaded one by one. The magazine release is easy, but a bit too easy if your thumb approaches the release knob next to the trigger. The magazine lock firmly in the handle when pushed in. Cocking the gun gives several clicks during the sliding back action. The strongest click all the way at the back is the correct cocking click, but the whole thing can be confusing as to whether the gun is armed. Thus one has to pull back as much as possible to ensure correct cocking of the gun. The trigger has a reasonably clear transition point for a low cost BB gun. The front polymer seems to marginally reach the exit perimeter of the barrel. The back and front aims are on the polymer slider.
When shooting the sights coincide well with the trajectory of the BB. Aiming is quite accurate, using just the sights and repeatable within 12cm over a 10m range, 10 shot average. Muzzle speed is reasonable. Good fun on cardboard boxes etc. Shooting range easily reaches 25m with good speed and accuracy. The BBs will hurt quite a bit for about 30 seconds, but no bruising or wound. So in general it is a fun and safe gun to practise shooting with, and feels quite good to handle and operate.
The M92F looks beautifully made and in good resemblance of the Beretta pistol, considering this is a dual tone polymer BB gun. Again all the insides are metallic. The parts in this one fit quite well with very good tolerances on all components. All parts well oiled and moving and operating well. The magazine takes again 22 BBs, 6mm that need to be loaded one by one. It clicks in well and drops out well, with a better positioned mag release. The safety in this is very feeble and does not fill you with certainty when locking. However, it does work well and does not seem to fail to lock or unlock the gun. The cocking slider moves well and clicks well when the gun is armed. Arming the gun however, brings the trigger to a peculiar position, very close to the trigger point, thus making it very sensitive. So don't arm the gun unless you plan to shoot.
The gun feels well and balanced in your hand. The sights are on the polymer slider. They are well aligned with the trajectory of the projectiles. Similar speed, and accuracy as the MK23 above. Approximately 12cm accuracy over a 10m range and 10 rounds average. Shouting range close at around 25m. For it's price range, it is a fun gun to use for shooting practice, with a reasonably realistic look and feel for a polymer dual tone BB gun. Definitely recommended if you are looking for low cost spring driven gun.
Posted by Paul Martin on 7th Jun 2017
Bought as a present ,didn't want to give it. A lot better than expected
Excellent customer service to
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 27th May 2017
Arrived on time and left where instructed
Posted by Lynn (MR) Jones on 23rd Apr 2017
Works ok and I have no comparison to make as it is my first BB gun purchase.