- KJ Works Taurus PT92 GBB - Silver
- ABS construction with polymer grips
- Blowback feature
- SA/DA trigger
- Capacity: 23 BBs
- Velocity: 315 FPS
The Taurus PT92 is a Brazilian made Beretta 92 pistol. KJW has done an outstanding job replicating this model with fully licensed markings, which are engraved on the slide and on the grips. Also, the grips have a rubberized finish which really makes a noticeable difference in the feel of the pistol. This spesific version features a chrome-like finish that makes the whole pistol look metal, while it is ABS plastic. Other features include white dot combat sights, lanyard ring and ambidextrous safety levers. Finally, the model shoots both in Double and Single Action like the real thing.
The KJW PT92 is a really nice pistol for a very affordable price. Being constructed from reinforced ABS plastic these pistols are lighter than the full metal models, but still rugged and reliable. Its weight is less than a kilo (780 gramms) to make it easier to play all day long. Even the design of their magazines looks remarkably like the real thing.
Recently KJW has reworked these pistols to have even better gas efficiency and improved performance. The KJW PT92 pistols have been fitting with a reinforced blow back cylinder as well as stiffer hammer and recoil springs making it possible for them to use the higher pressure CO2 magazines available separately if you crave more power. Nevertheless, even when used with regular propane, these pistols have impressive performance. Punching out shots at 320 FPS it offers a very interesting range. Their accuracy should also be noted since it is argued that these pistols can achieve better long range accuracy than most 1 Joule AEGs. These latest models are also far more gas efficient making it possible to dump an entire magazine without any noticeable cool down.
The Taurus PT92 is a double action/single action, 9x19mm Parabellum, double-stack magazine, semi-automatic, short recoil action pistol manufactured by Taurus in the former Beretta factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil.A large contract for the Beretta 92 was with the Brazilian army, for which Beretta set up a factory in Brazil. This factory was later sold to the Brazilian gunmaker Taurus (Forjas Taurus S/A ). Taurus makes these pistols (called the PT92) without the need for a license from Beretta since their design is based on the original Beretta 92, whose patents have since expired.