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INTRODUCING THE BLOW F92 - OUR NEW VEKTOR Z88 / S.A.P SERVICE ISSUE SIDEARM COUNTERPART REPLICA CHAMBERED IN 9X22MM P.A.K!
Following numerous issued that the RETAY MOD 92 gave us, notwithstanding the cartridges shaking around loose in the magazine beyond 9-count in certain cases.
Holding the latter two blank guns directly adjacent to one another, one will notice some cosmetic differences. Compared to the overall quality of the BLOW F92, the MOD 92 is left wanting.
We've been impressed by BLOW's quality since the first day we've started stocking them.
Extended / 26 round magazine not included - for illustration purposes only. This pistol is fully compatible w/ those high-cap magazines.
The BLOW F92 is a 1:1 BERETTA 92 / VEKTOR Z88 pistol replica in terms of appearance and functions almost exactly the way its firearm counterpart does;
You have the all-metal vintage build of the gun w/out any under barrel Picatinny rail or otherwise any obvious mounting space for optics - the top of the slide is cropped, leaving the rounded upper half of the barrel exposed. Likewise, your ejection port here opens thoroughly so the cartridges has a wide angle of ejection possible. The sights are similar to those of the BERETTA, however, the rear sight does not have a white dot, but it has the shape. The cocking serrations are the forwardly slanted series w/ ample grooving - there are 16 of them, so there is a lengthy grid of them to latch one's pinching grasp on to. Failing that, there is the ambidextrous safety w/ the forwardly pointing lever ends that can be used as traction mediums to rack the slide. Speaking of which - the rear uppermost section of the grip stocks are nipped out a little to better reach - and toggle, the lever safety; it swivels from the 9 o' clock position, down to the 7 o' clock position (when facing the left face of the gun) and has clear "F" and "S" indicators on both sides. The lever arm itself is tripple stepped both along its upper (going down) and its lower (in ascending order) to allow for better traction as you would toggle the switch in whichever direction. The hammer as well, is horizontally serrated w/ an indentation just over the apex of its form, which the thumb end can nestle into when pulling the hammer back. The hammer here also has a hole drilled right-through like you'd have on the BERETTA.
The slide catch' rampart is likewise stepped and easily reachable w/ one's thumb alone. On the other side, you'll also have the eexternal trigger arm that attaches to the sear, that slips in under the right grip stock. As for the field strip lever - this toggles 90° clockwise to 6 o' clock and is then pushed out from the other side and/or pulled out from the left face. However, we found that if you rack the slide a little, pinch the blowback rod and pull it forward (with your hand), you should be able to shake the lever out, which should drop freely to the left. Thereafter, the slide comes off at the rear and slides forwardly off the barrel.
The gripstocks are broad for a BERETTA 92 replica, and they are diamond checkered, although, the checkering isn't prononced like you'd have on the MOD 92. On either side, the grip stocks are secured by a pair of flush-fitting button head phillips drive screws, w/ vague vertical serrations on the backstrap as well as the front side of the handle.
This pistol does not feature a locking block like on a BERETTA as there is no need for it on a blank firing pistol and likely to save on cost, the manufacturers decided to manufacture the pistol this way.
The magazine capacity is 16+1 9x22mm P.A.K, double stack, whose retention can be toggled by the magazine release button (also w/in thumb reach whilst holding the pistol gripped. It furthermore has concentric serrating on it for added traction.
Behind the magazinbe buttplate, you'll also have the lanyard loophole, which is all-metal and can be put to practical use.
Overall, a very sizeable and weighty masculine gun which alot of people do like, though not perfectly suited in our opinion, for IWB carry.
The muzzle end of the barrel does feature female threading, so you should be able to install a flare tip adapter, should you so wish.
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