- KJ Works M9 Elite - Full Metal
- Metal construction with polymer grips
- Blowback feature
- SA/DA trigger
- Capacity: 23 BBs
- Velocity: 320 FPS
This model from KJW replicates the classic M9 which has been the standard sidearm for the U.S. Military since 1985. With its sleek lines and contoured grip its profile is unmistakable. Also, the grips now have a rubberized finish which really makes a noticeable difference in the feel of the pistol. 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 M9 series has been around for over a decade now and still remain as some of the most popular gas blow back sidearms in todays airsoft arsenal for good reason. It is a really nice pistol for a very affordable price. Being constructed from metal these pistols are almost identical in weight and balance to their 9mm cousin, fire breathing counterparts. Even the design of their magazines looks remarkably like the real thing. It is so realistic that unloaded, it weighs 907 grams as compared to 925 grams of the unloaded real pistol.
Recently KJW has reworked these pistols to have even better gas efficiency and improved performance. The KJW M9 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. And, their full metal construction combined with the high compression blow back system gives the KJW M9 a crisp and powerful recoil as each shot is fired.
The Beretta M9, officially the Pistol, Semiautomatic, 9mm, M9, is a 9?19mm Parabellum pistol adopted by the United States Armed Forces in 1985. It is essentially a military specification Beretta 92F, later known as the 92FS. The M9 won a competition in the 1980s to replace the M1911A1 as the primary sidearm of the U.S. military, beating many other contenders, and only narrowly defeating the SIG P226 for cost reasons. It officially entered service in 1990 and is still in used today.