- KWC Taurus PT99 GBB (Full Metal)
- Full metal construction
- Realistic markings on the slide and frame
- Utilizes CO2 cartidges
- Blowback feature
- Long 39 rounds magazine
- Velocity: 350 FPS
This TAURUS PT99, officially licensed, with full trademarks from TAURUS MANUFACTURING INC, maker of the REAL PT99, is one of the most REALISTIC CO2 Airsoft Full Metal blowback pistols we carry. Everything, from the laser engraved slide down to the hard metallic sounding blowback is precision crafted and tuned to be more and more realistic. This highly detailed KWC replica of the Brazilian beauty is fully licensed by Taurus and features authentic markings and sequential serial numbers. The trademarks are laser etched into the metal and even the grips have a raised emblem giving it a convincingly realistic appearance (We should point out that even though KWC calls this a PT99 it is technically a PT92 since it has fixed combat sights where as the PT99 would have had an adjustable rear sight).
With a full metal frame, slide and barrel the PT99 is the exact weight of a real loaded PT99 to the ounce. All of the controls function like the real steel and it even field strips the exact same way. It also features a railed frame which allows for the mounting of an optional flashlight or laser sight to customize your pistol. The pistol features an extreme smooth slide cycling with clicks & clacks metal sound that is truly amazing. Its 1280 gr weight is more than the usual airsoft pistol, but that adds to the realism.
The PT99 utilizes a 12 gr CO2 cartidge stored inside the realistic shaped magazine that holds 39 6mm plastic BBs. The adjustable Hop Up system is working like a dream and jelps increasing the range you can reach out and touch people. With the power of CO2, the pistol shoots around 350 FPS, which makes it quite strong, but still legal in most sights and games.
The Taurus PT99 is a Brazilian made clone of the original Italian Beretta M92 manufactured in the mid 70’s. Chambered in 9mm this semi automatic pistol had the same weight, balance, capacity and performance of the higher priced M92. The Taurus pistols were even manufactured in a factory which was previously owned by Beretta. Their inexpensive price tags and many appealing finishes made them an instant hit.