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Can they handle it?

 

Yes in average British weather but not as well as more modern TM designs. If you get a chance then get a KJ Works, they seem to hold up better in plastic and metal form.

 

'FireKnife'

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Yes in average British weather but not as well as more modern TM designs. If you get a chance then get a KJ Works, they seem to hold up better in plastic and metal form.

 

'FireKnife'

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TM Beretta 92FS with Guarder kit and Guarder steel outer barrel.

 

External is pretty much done, internally, just waiting for PDI TBB, Nine Ball hop rubber, Guarder spring and spring guide to be delivered from HK.

 

tmberetta92fs1.jpg

 

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Western Arms M9 NBB: so old I couldn't even Google it. Hell, I didn't even know it existed before it was handed over to me for repairs. But it just shows WA knew how to do it right from the start. I mean most replicas will look realistic, but this thing just looks real, period.

 

Sorry, I just saw your post. At first, you described a WA Accuracy Custom (no hop, fixed slide, etc.). I have an old stock listings that list an Accuracy Custom version and standard (sorry, I don't have a photo). It says the AC versions ship in a blue box while the standard in a black.

 

I believe yours might be the standard as I know all AC types had a special logo engraved on the trigger guard which your is missing (AC models were interesting as they came stock with tight bores and chrono'd higher than standard liquid charged guns of the time...much higher than the regular 0.7J limit). I think the finish you describe is the "Super Steel Type", part of their "Super Real Gas Gun Series". The AC's were released early 1993 along with their "Magna Blowback Series". The first listing I have for the M92 Magna Blowback is from December of 1993. Prior to 1993, I believe WA did not make a gas M92 (blowback or otherwise).

 

I hope this helps.

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Nothing I forgot it open!! If you notice underneath it you'll see the hidden KSC logo!

 

Here's with the slide lock in the up possition

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Wolf

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What's up with the slide lock?

 

'FlameCarver'

 

Forgot to rotate it to the lock position?

 

Still always have a soft spot for longslides :P

 

EDIT: Damn, slow posting me.

 

'FireKnife'

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Looks awesome, I didn't know they sold threaded barrels already? I'd suggest a Madbull Gemtech Trinity. Might not be much bigger but it is a copy of a genuine one.

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madbull wouldnt be a good choice. their suppressors are lighter than they used to be, but they are still a tad heavy for pistols.

 

the trinity (and for that matter the blackside too) i have mounted to the HK3 PX4, both interfered with the guide rod and i couldn't cycle the slide. besides, the trinity is smaller than the one Riptide has mounted.

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